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awarded  Autobiographer
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comment Tried to access MySQL it doesn't allow
in short from checking the article: in short mysql -u root. Don't add the -p flag.
Jan
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answered Start a program after 45 mins of overall activity
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revised Bash: Is there an analogous command to `which` for shell functions?
made the post more clear.... I'm in danger of getting banned, so I want to fix my questions.
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accepted How to see packages included in Ubuntu kit?
Sep
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comment Bash: Is there an analogous command to `which` for shell functions?
And aparently, the zsh set does things a little differently than tha bash set. For one, i could find my deactivate function with the bash set, but not with the zsh one.
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accepted Bash: Is there an analogous command to `which` for shell functions?
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asked Bash: Is there an analogous command to `which` for shell functions?
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comment Can i get notified of, and handle system events (especially curious about wifi being turned off)
Thank you for the effort put in for helping. At this point I am basically forced to accept your answer :D
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accepted Can i get notified of, and handle system events (especially curious about wifi being turned off)
Sep
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comment Can i get notified of, and handle system events (especially curious about wifi being turned off)
@JacomVlijm Thank you for the detailed response, but it wouldn't have been a problem for me to come up with this solution, in python or bash. I was most curious in handling events. I'll thumb up your answer, but i can't accept it as the answer to my question. I can accept an answer with my desired solution, or one that says it's impossible to do it the way i want.
Sep
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comment Can i get notified of, and handle system events (especially curious about wifi being turned off)
@JacobVlijm positive. a "coincidence" is excluded. Perhaps we have different problems, but that's how i solve it every time by clicking "deactivate network" -> "activate network" (or something similar, don't really know, i use ubuntu in german)
Sep
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comment Can i get notified of, and handle system events (especially curious about wifi being turned off)
if there's nothing else i can do, then i'll gladly poll, but i want to make sure. especially that there's this inotify which seens to do something very similar to what i want: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inotify - haven't used it, dunno much about it though
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revised Can i get notified of, and handle system events (especially curious about wifi being turned off)
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asked Can i get notified of, and handle system events (especially curious about wifi being turned off)
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answered How to see packages included in Ubuntu kit?