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Jul
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Jan
21
accepted Error in apt-get update which does not solve after deleting the content of /var/lib/apt/lists/
Jan
21
comment Error in apt-get update which does not solve after deleting the content of /var/lib/apt/lists/
@muru Thank you, I double clicked on /etc/apt/sources.list and I've managed to uncheck cran.stat.unipd.it from the list. Now it seems apt-get update works. If you add an answer I will be happy to accept it.
Jan
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asked Error in apt-get update which does not solve after deleting the content of /var/lib/apt/lists/
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comment How to bulk convert .djvu files to .pdf?
With -scale=100 I get a blurred pdf. Without it I get a sharp pdf.
Dec
16
comment How to change the time server in ubuntu 12.04 LTS without installing the `ntp` package
@MalteSkoruppa Thank you, I edited my question as suggested in the "marked as duplicate..." box.
Dec
16
revised How to change the time server in ubuntu 12.04 LTS without installing the `ntp` package
changed the question in order to make it different from the "duplicate" http://askubuntu.com/questions/178968/how-to-configure-ntp-time-synchronization-on-a-server
Dec
16
comment How to change the time server in ubuntu 12.04 LTS without installing the `ntp` package
Thank you. My question was marked as duplicate but the other answers just tell me to install ntp while your answer about /etc/default/ntpdate is what I was looking for.
Dec
16
accepted How to change the time server in ubuntu 12.04 LTS without installing the `ntp` package
Dec
15
comment How to change the time server in ubuntu 12.04 LTS without installing the `ntp` package
@con-f-use So I need to install ntp?
Dec
15
asked How to change the time server in ubuntu 12.04 LTS without installing the `ntp` package
Aug
26
accepted Can Ubuntu query the modem or router for the IP address given by his ISP and log that?
Aug
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Aug
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revised Can Ubuntu query the modem or router for the IP address given by his ISP and log that?
changed the title according to a comment
Aug
25
comment Can Ubuntu query the modem or router for the IP address given by his ISP and log that?
I think I have a modem-router because ifconfig gives me 192.168.0.2.