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Apr
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Jun
20
comment How to restore .bashrc file?
this answer should be marked as correct.
Jun
11
comment using apt-cache search
i see. well then, i'll continue using aptitude. im using a 64 bit Ubuntu btw.
Jun
11
comment How do you disable Alt as the HUD key in 13.04
that's weird. i just tried it on my PC and it works
Jun
7
comment How to check what local server is installed in my machine?
What's the output of nmap?
Jun
7
answered How do you disable Alt as the HUD key in 13.04
Jun
7
comment How do I use uTorrent on Ubuntu 12.04?
Have you tried Transmission? It's installed by default in Ubuntu.
Jun
7
answered How to check what local server is installed in my machine?
Jun
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answered Utorren't won't start with Wine
May
23
comment How to prevent users from reading files but the webserver should still be able to read
i have the same idea as you have. i think this will work
May
23
comment 'file --mime-type' and 'mimetype' Commands Returning Different Results
You didn't mention there you used finfo. Does it return msword?
May
23
comment Cannot access PPA
but your answer did solve the question :)
May
23
comment Copy files from a directory to a sub-directory (excluding the sub-directory itself)
thanks for letting me know. I haven't encountered that yet so I didn't know it could be a problem. so would the command be find Parent/ -maxdepth 1 -type f -exec cp -t Parent/Child?
May
23
comment using apt-cache search
I see. I'm an aptitude user so can you point me to an article where it says its a problematic on multiarch system? I may need to switch back to apt-get then.
May
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May
22
comment Cannot access PPA
add-apt-repository and apt-add-repository are the same. Besides, a command not found error would show if the command is incorrect, which in the provided output, does not.
May
22
comment How do I set up a localhost website?
That's good to know. Keep learning and applying what you learn :)
May
22
comment using apt-cache search
help.ubuntu.com/community/MultiArch explains how aptitude can be used for multiarch concerns