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answered Can't start program without using sudo
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answered Trouble upgrading from 12.04 to 14.04 due to extremely broken system
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revised Trouble upgrading from 12.04 to 14.04 due to extremely broken system
fixed formatting
Mar
30
reviewed Approve Unable to mount recently used hard drive in Ubuntu server after USB enclosing broke
Mar
20
answered Does Ubuntu have an equivalent to the AUR (Arch User Repository)?
Mar
20
comment Computer automatically switches on in the morning
Wake-on-lan perhaps? Just an ideea...
Mar
13
answered If I upgrade Ubuntu from an EOL version to a supported version will my data will lost?
Mar
3
answered Bash Syntax error while using 'source' command in Ubuntu 14.04
Mar
3
comment Locate does not locate files
See my answer below.
Mar
3
answered Locate does not locate files
Mar
3
comment Locate does not locate files
Did you ran the updatedb command with sudo? If not, repeat it with sudo.
Feb
3
comment Apache2: inlcude php pages do not show!
The ; in front of the include_path variable. ;) Remove it.
Jan
26
comment A problem when invoking a function in a bash script
Because you made first of all a typo mistake: you wrote 'ckekout' instead of 'checkout', beside that you didn't referenced correctly the variable inside the function.
Jan
26
comment A problem when invoking a function in a bash script
@user3679015 see answer below.
Jan
26
answered A problem when invoking a function in a bash script
Jan
22
comment Find out the Metadata of PDF file by using PDF Printer
@SrinivasB: please learn at least some Bash scripting.
Jan
22
comment Find out the Metadata of PDF file by using PDF Printer
Think a little bit: you told to cups to execute a postprocessing command, but you didn't told him what to do. Add: pdfinfo "$1" > $1.txt for example. That will hopefully make a txt file in the same location where it is the pdf.
Jan
22
comment Find out the Metadata of PDF file by using PDF Printer
Did you added any command there?
Jan
21
comment Find out the Metadata of PDF file by using PDF Printer
Where conf files resides: in /etc directory. If you are not familiar with linux, please ask a professional to help you in place.
Jan
21
comment Find out the Metadata of PDF file by using PDF Printer
@SrinivasB: see revised answer.