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On a vagrant box precise64 (ubuntu 12. 04) While creating a user resource with Chef, the home directory is not created: My recipe: user "myuser" do supports :manage_home => true shell "/bin/bash" home "/home/myuser" comment "Created by Chef" passw
I am working on my project using network simulator2. I installed it and everything is fine. I attempted to create a symbolic link between this installation and /usr/bin, so I could invoke the software by running ns from the command-line
One problem with recursive renames is that whatever method you use to locate the files, it passes the whole path to rename, not just the file name. That makes it hard to do complex renames in nested folders. I use find's -execdir action to solve this
I use the commmand line text editor nano. How do I undo an action while editing text? For example: I typed some text and then changed my mind. Now I want to return to previous state
I would suggest you take a look at PDFcrop. If you wish to crop a pdf with left, top, right and bottom margins of 5, 10, 20, and 30 pt (points), then run pdfcrop --margins '5 10 20 30' input. pdf output
find is usually a better option for complicated searches than using name globbing. find . -mindepth 1 -maxdepth 1 -name '
First, open Synaptic by running synaptic in the terminal. Type the name of the app in the quick filter box. For an example, I'll use LibreOffice Writer
If you are accessing a remote server frequently, it is convenient for you to be able to SSH to the remote host without entering an SSH password. Passwordless SSH login is even more useful when you are using SSH for non-interactive purposes, for examp
On Windows OS we can find the list of local user groups created on a system from Contorl Panel -> User Accounts. This information can be obtained from command line also using net command. Syntax is shown below
Ctrl + G will let you read the help. nano can do some pretty nice things so you might want to pootle around in there for a bit. When you see ^G (et al) it means Ctrl + G