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Oct
17
comment Play music to bluetooth, but system sounds to internal speakers
@IDvoretskyi : done, though it's just the standard Ubuntu Sound panel.
Oct
17
revised Play music to bluetooth, but system sounds to internal speakers
Add pictures as requested
Oct
17
comment How do I add file and directory comparision option to mc user menu?
The weird + t r & ! t t selectors are explained at linuxcommand.org/lc3_adv_mc.php#conditionals . Also, you may want to take advantage of %s (and %D/%S in the other panel): tagged file if there is one, else current file.
Oct
17
asked Play music to bluetooth, but system sounds to internal speakers
Oct
17
answered play audio through bluetooth speakers in 12.04 using CLI
Jul
16
answered How to configure systemd to ignore fstab drive mount failures?
Jul
15
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
15
comment Proper way to change terminal resolution in Ubuntu Server 13.04?
See this answer: askubuntu.com/a/609523/8822
Jul
12
comment How do I restart a Unity session from the terminal?
If you are using unity-2d, you can do unity-2d-shell &> /dev/null & disown
Jun
1
comment How can I highlight or annotate PDFs?
Yes, PDF X-Change with Wine is the best solution, but that is what user11305 had already replied.
May
10
comment How to run crontab as user:www-data?
The second option does work for me on 12.04LTS. Maybe it doen't on later versions?
Apr
26
comment Native Flac .cue splitter
After splitting, you may want to run cuetag CUE_FILE split-track*.flac to add tags from the cue file to the splitted tracks.
Apr
23
comment How do I mount .cue file?
I also tried to mount a .bin created by brasero, and get init: wrong standard identifier in volume descriptor 0, skipping... So it looks like fuseiso it doesn't work with brasero's .bin format.
Jan
14
awarded  Necromancer
Jan
13
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Jan
12
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
1
comment How to temporarily override a DNS setting for a certain domain name to point to localhost?
You may also need to ensure that the "hosts: " line in "/etc/nsswitch.conf" lists "files" before "dns". For example: hosts: files mdns4_minimal [NOTFOUND=return] wins dns mdns4
Dec
11
answered Is it possible to show the output on terminal while writing the output of a command to a file?
Dec
11
comment Is it possible to show the output on terminal while writing the output of a command to a file?
What's wrong with tee, which was designed exactly for this purpose?
Dec
11
comment Is it possible to show the output on terminal while writing the output of a command to a file?
This runs the command twice. A very inefficient solution. Particularly with nmap, which may be very slow depending on options used and size of target network.