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by Jon Cage Last Updated May 15, 2015 23:00 PM When I issue the following: sudo shutdown now . . my newly commissioned Ubuntu 14
Computer displays are growing bigger all the time, and that means they display graphics at much higher resolutions than old CRT monitors did. Although you can view more things on screen in higher definition, a larger display also makes everything loo
The following command signs me out (do not run this command): kill -9 -1 I don't understand why. Can someone explain this to me? The syntax is kill SIGNAL PID. The -9 option specifies that the SIGKILL signal should be sent (immediately terminate the
One way is to use the find command, for example:Code: find . -maxdepth 1 -type f \! \( -name "A" -o -name "B" \) -deleteThis command finds all files in the current directory (. ) and deletes all regular files (-type f) not named "A" or "B"
Give exiftool a try, it is available from the package libimage-exiftool-perl in the repositories. As an example, If you have a pdf file called drawing. pdf and you want to update its metadata, Use the utility, exiftool, in this way: exiftool -Title="
according to Oracle Official Doc for Linux Download you can install virtual box by adding it's repository using two ways 1 - add it's repository(according to your ubuntu version) directry into /etc/apt/sources. list file [next line for ubuntu 16. 04
en Sometimes, you only want to enter one command on the command line. In these cases, you do not need a full-blown terminal. Just hit Alt; F# and you get a small command line where you can enter one command
Hi, I have A pix 515UR with Version 6. 20 and working on a simple setup. Router to Pix to DMZ to Inside Inside Netowrk can Ping the DMZ on ip 192
Consider the following bash prompt, where ^ denotes the prompt location: svn commit -m very/long/path/to/some/file "[bug 123456] Fix the pixel issue" ^ I'd like to commit a different file with the same message. How can I delete the current word, from
This is configured via locale settings, which can be set via environment variable. There are four layers of variables; the first one that is set takes precedence: LANGUAGE — don't use it, it's rarely useful and can cause bugs. Unfortunately, some ver