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Jun
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Jun
4
revised trim the terminal command prompt working directory
Mismatch in script name corrected
Jun
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Jun
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Apr
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awarded  Good Answer
Mar
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answered Music play which can convert audio
Mar
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awarded  Good Answer
Mar
21
comment The “man” pages are not very well laid out or even helpful at times, alternatives?
Oh and if you write a realman utility, I propose you call it layman - real men (and women of course) use man :D
Mar
21
comment The “man” pages are not very well laid out or even helpful at times, alternatives?
The keywords are stated in mans manpage: ...on-line reference manual.... Manpages are not meant to be a tutorial, but a reference of all capabilities. Yes, it can be quite overwhelming (man gcc anyone?), but it is an invaluable comprehensive ressource that is easily accessible, no matter if you're connected to the internet or not. I agree however that many manpages lack useful examples (the manpage of find is an exception that comes to my mind).
Mar
21
answered How to crop a multi-page (image/scanned) pdf file (which won't crop with pdfcrop)?
Mar
21
reviewed Approve editing apache vhosts and ubuntu hosts file?
Mar
20
comment Any application with graphical user interface to convert video files from mp4 to avi?
I've compiled a list recently: Which is best audio video converter on Linux?.
Mar
20
answered I get an error when trying to convert video
Mar
20
answered how would I run a script or application when idle?
Mar
20
revised trying to use sshfs on ubuntu
Added more stuff
Mar
20
comment trying to use sshfs on ubuntu
The mount point must be writeable by the user and empty. For the sake of testing, create a new mount point mkdir ~/mnttest and run sshfs -o sshfs_debug -p 22 root@10.14.5.182:/ ~/mnttest
Mar
20
comment trying to use sshfs on ubuntu
Can you really write to the mountpoint? Could you try it? What's the output of ls -ld /home/cp/Documents/cadev01 (or whatever mount point you're using now...)?
Mar
20
revised trying to use sshfs on ubuntu
add fuse group info
Mar
19
answered trying to use sshfs on ubuntu