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reviewed Close hcitool scan not returning any results (ubuntu 14.04)
Feb
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reviewed Leave Open How Random Are Pwgen's Passwords?
Feb
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reviewed Leave Open I am seeking advice on ubuntu fonts and compatibility
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Feb
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revised Why does 'ls > ls.out' cause 'ls.out' to be included in list of names?
Fixed tyoi and changed zsh prompt to `$` which will be less confusing to newbies
Jan
31
revised Ubuntu Ctrl+A for all select - Cinnamon
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Jan
31
answered Are you sure you want to proceed? on login after editing .bashrc
Jan
31
comment “which” command is not showing anything on standard output
Please don't post screenshots of your terminal. Just copy/paste it directly into your question and use the formatting tools to make it look good.
Jan
31
revised “which” command is not showing anything on standard output
There's no point in giving a path to which, its job is to search the directories in your $PATH and return the full path of any executables found.
Jan
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Jan
29
comment Automatically download/torrent files in Ubuntu 14.04
So what is your actual question? Are you expecting us to just write the entire script for you?
Jan
29
revised Keyboard shortcut for ruby script
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Jan
29
comment Keyboard shortcut for ruby script
@Vildnex well yes, that's because you need things that you are setting in your shell's configuration files. Please edit your question and explain that/. We need to know all relevant details. In the meantime, try changing the command to bash -c ". ~/.bashrc && ~/ums.rb > note.txt && gedit note.txt && rm note.txt"
Jan
29
answered Keyboard shortcut for ruby script
Jan
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comment Logging script output to a file
@Afshin.Hamedi fixed, thanks.
Jan
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revised Logging script output to a file
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Jan
29
comment Generate a separate .md5 file for each .fastq file in a directory?
Hang on, are your files *fastq or *fastq.gz?
Jan
29
revised Generate a separate .md5 file for each .fastq file in a directory?
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Jan
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answered Generate a separate .md5 file for each .fastq file in a directory?
Jan
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revised Generate a separate .md5 file for each .fastq file in a directory?
Removed thanks, they're implied here and we try to keep questions streamlined; fixed spelling and formatting