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Informaticien et programmeur actif, orienté multi-fonctionnel et back-office


Aug
27
comment Group files in some folders
Extension for file is a bad concept, you have only files and want to access them, the file navigator must do the work for you. I cannot grasp why you want to dispatch file by extension (technical concept) instead of by event, artist or god-knows-what, in fact YOUR concept (functional concept). You are important, Technic is not!
Aug
21
comment My IP Address in Ubuntu doesn't work anymore, why?
Your question do not show which interface is impacted, and what could have possibly happened. Please check physical connections. Then possibly enable network through the notification area (right click on the network icon).
Mar
10
answered How to get longest line from a file?
Mar
10
comment how to check whether a file is in current directory or subdirectory
No, find do not test where the command [ -f t1.csv ] does, as can be seen in the code.
Jan
16
comment How to correctly install libstdc++.so
I think it is because executables are supposed to ask the correct version of the libraries. There is already links between the latest version but for 6.x and 5.x versions, not for all the versions. I suppose, there is always a good reason in Linux, that versions 5.x and 6.x are too different. Asking for the latest version of libstdc++ could be like asking for the latest version of MS Word... (versions are too different, please be more precise!)
Jan
16
comment How to correctly install libstdc++.so
If something is irrelevant, please do not specify. Things are always complicated, make your question as easy as possible. If you think a tool is a poor tool, hide it while asking your question about it.
Jan
15
comment How to correctly install libstdc++.so
Please do not say Ubuntu is bad while you are using it the bad way. You seem to have a lot of stuff to learn about Ubuntu (how to install a software, how to get the packets list) and over software compilation (how to get the requested libraries of a executable). Your question is quite imprecise. What are you trying to do? What exactly have you done? Why are you talking about cross-compilation, a complicated stuff? Why have you to cross-compile? Why is this linked to 10.04 LTS version of Ubuntu? And please, be polite, saying that Ubuntu is bad is hopeless!
Jan
15
answered How to correctly install libstdc++.so
Jan
1
suggested suggested edit on LTSP ubuntu 12.04 thin clients login problem
Jan
1
asked First login textbox cannot be seen on connection screen of the LTSP thin clients
Dec
21
comment My bittorrent client doesn't load by default
Yes, but torrents do not load if transmission is not launched => question unclear => not targeted answer.
Dec
21
comment My bittorrent client doesn't load by default
Yes, the question seems unclear, bittoreent client is not loading means, it does not launch. Bittorent links cannot be loaded is an other story...
Dec
21
awarded  Commentator
Dec
21
comment How to access web gui via dyndns?
(You may want to vote up or accept the answer)
Dec
21
comment How to access web gui via dyndns?
No, that is not possible : ISP cannot block ports across Europe. Some evil guys try up to make it possible to restrain web access to some port or even some websites. But, no ISP is behaving so bad for the moment! Make sure you have the same configuration for both routers. You may test openess of your port in the transmission-gtk interface (use "ssh -y (...)") for using it once...
Dec
21
comment My bittorrent client doesn't load by default
Sorry, I had no enough time to answer with this full length answer...
Dec
21
revised My bittorrent client doesn't load by default
More sofisticated explanations
Dec
19
comment My bittorrent client doesn't load by default
Yes it does, go to you preferences menu and try to add a new line for your transmission client.
Dec
19
answered My bittorrent client doesn't load by default
Dec
19
answered When logging in directly to an application, will the transmission-daemon run in the background?