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Linux & Ubuntu Enthusiast. Author for "Getting Started with Ubuntu".


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Jun
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asked Processor & Graphics card .. better compatibility in Ubuntu
Jun
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asked After installing Ubuntu Touch dualboot Recovery is lost
Jun
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accepted script skipping user input in nested case statement
Jun
27
comment script skipping user input in nested case statement
thanks, this worked perfectly .
Jun
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comment script skipping user input in nested case statement
thank you for your answer
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revised script skipping user input in nested case statement
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comment script skipping user input in nested case statement
@Whyte: Yes it does. The output I get is: App /etc/init.d/reboot is running App /etc/init.d/resolvconf is running App /etc/init.d/rsync is running App /etc/init.d/rsyslog is running App /etc/init.d/samba is running App /etc/init.d/samba-ad-dc is running Do you wish to start /etc/init.d/saned ? Please answer yes or no.
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revised script skipping user input in nested case statement
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comment script skipping user input in nested case statement
@Wilf , I tried both,somehow both doesnot work. Its always jumping the input. Updated with the full script I am trying to create.
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revised script skipping user input in nested case statement
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comment script skipping user input in nested case statement
I am trying with certain ubuntu init scripts. updating the full script
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revised script skipping user input in nested case statement
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asked script skipping user input in nested case statement
Jun
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answered “no available channels” with ubuntu dual boot on Nexus 5
Jun
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answered How to type the Indian Rupee Symbol?
Jun
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revised unable to load nvidia(bumblebee) in ubuntu 14.04 (only nouveau loads)
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comment Ubuntu VM 14.04 GUI
Btw, AFAIK, in Ubuntu, it will showup GUI login screen by default, unless you have manually booted to text mode. You will not need to run startx every time.
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comment Ubuntu VM 14.04 GUI
if you are using virtualbox, install the virtualbox guest addons, it may be hidden becuase by default, ubuntu 14.04 starts into 800x600 screen resolution