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Suppose gedit is the program you want to run detached (aka. "disown", "disentangle", "decouple"). There are different ways depending on what you want to do exactly: Program already runningDisown:disown -h is the way to go if you want to do that with
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tgalati4@Mint14-Extensa ~ $ amixer sset 'Capture' 15 off Simple mixer control 'Capture',0 Capabilities: cvolume cswitch penum Capture channels: Front Left - Front Right Limits: Capture 0 - 31 Front Left: Capture 15 [48%] [6. 00dB] [on] Front Right: C
by JSBach Last Updated December 06, 2017 21:02 PM I have three scripts I need to run when I start up my Ubuntu machine, they start services I use in my development environment. To do that, I manually open three terminals and type in the commands. Is
A Favorite/Bookmarking system is under development. But there are already several other ways to add a folder as a bookmark/favorite for easy and fast access. Hot Path Button Panel Alias for the command line field User Command in Menu Bar Quick Launch
until he/she feels the force) like: lshw - Shows you information about all hardwarelsusb - Shows you information about all USB hardwarelspci - Shows information about all PCI compatible hardwarecat /proc/cpuinfo - Shows detailed information about you
I just installed Ubuntu a couple of days ago. As far as I can tell the terminal is a huge part of any Linux distro. My question at this point is why? When I look up anything about it, the commands put in the terminal are all easily done through the G
How can I lock my desktop screen from the command line? You can lock the computer by running gnome-screensaver-command with the -l flag like so: gnome-screensaver-command -l However this will only work if you have Gnome Screensaver running for your s
Question:I want to copy a directory from one place to another folder. sudo cp is the command, but after that what should I type? The destination or source first? Solution:1The -a flag is probably what you are looking for: cp -a /path/from /path/to Th
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