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by maniat1k Last Updated June 27, 2017 05:02 AM I know how to start a screen, and how to list different screens: screen -ls or to attach: There are screens on: 2477. pts-0. server1 (Detached) 2522
I use the dpkg -l command to find out what version of a package I have installed. For example: dpkg -l network-manager returns the information on the package: Desired=Unknown/Install/Remove/Purge/Hold | Status=Not/Inst/Conf-files/Unpacked/halF-conf/H
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Chelidze,av is actually a & v, a is the option for archive which basically means everything. v is the option for verbose which means that it will tell you each step as its doing it (ie. copying file
OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 OS Win7U 64 RTM CPU Q9550 Motherboard GA-EP45-UD3R Memory 8GB Gskill Graphics Card ASUS|EAH4850/HTDI/1GD3/A Sound Card xfi Plat Monitor(s) Displays Dell 2405fpw Screen Resolution 1920x1200 Keyboard MS Natural Ergonomic 4000
by Xodarap Last Updated July 09, 2015 14:01 PM Is there a way to set fish as the default shell in ubuntu netbook remix? I put in my . bashrc to run fish, which works fine, but ubuntu recognizes it as fish running inside bash, which means that when I
You can search (abbreviated with "se") for packages that require a certain package with: zypper se --requires packagename Also, you can search only among installed packages with: zypper se -i --requires packagename For example, to look for packages r
I really read several times help for move command and did it once again for you right now, but no mirracle happened! Following the instructions and syntax examples I still get the "The syntax of the command is incorrect. " error message. Please, can
Herb mentioned the CMD method, but don’t forget Windows 7 and newer comes with Powershell preinstalled. Powershell is infinitely more powerful than CMD, and is the shell MS is actively pushing and developing. CMD is fairly antiquated
Can anyone tell me the difference between ctrl+z and ctrl+c? When I am in terminal , both the combinations stop the current process but what exactly is the difference between both? If we leave edge cases to one side, the difference is simple. Control