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comment Bash for loop with range {#..#}
no, bash and sh are quite different... bash is more capable than sh, it was made on the shoulders of sh :) although they both have a good degree of compatibility, they also have its differences
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Jan
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comment How to re-enable function keys in byobu?
This does work on Ubuntu 12.04.1 (NOTE: answer SHIFT-F12 does not work)
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comment How to re-enable function keys in byobu?
Does not work any more... (using ubuntu 12.04.1)
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comment Can't complete dropbox installation from behind proxy
it worked :) thanks
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comment Can't complete dropbox installation from behind proxy
This didnt work for me... but Ingo Karkat solution did it :)
Jan
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comment Ubuntu Live USB - Finding files that were stored on my flash drive
@Walker, everyone once started learning from asking others for help, and that will be the way to grow forever inside a horizontal community :) Glad you liked your first help-pill, someday you may like giving help-pills yourself to others :) I try to and like it :)
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comment User can't login to tty1
google for that error, and see if someone experienced the same problem (most probably as always happens) - good luck
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comment Set up Ubuntu Server 12.04 for my office
feroz216, if you are now stuck with the mission of replacing windows server by linux server, all by youself, and get to a point of dense frustration, don't panic, its normal - many things just take more than they seem at first, and everything has a solution. That said, I think the solution in that case, it to be frontal and honest about it, telling your boss that you can make a great file-server (with samba) but in a different style than with windows. Have a look at FreeNAS or OwnCloud, understand yourself and then make him understand that linux is not equal, and has its own advantages
Nov
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answered Set up Ubuntu Server 12.04 for my office
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comment How can I see if I'm logged in via VPN?
Building upon Terry Wang answer, you can make use this one-liner to check it: ifconfig tun0 &> /dev/null && echo -e "\033[1;32m" "-- VPN is active --" "\033[0m"
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answered User can't login to tty1
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answered Lubuntu from USB
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