I'm running into 2 problems when working with my logs and the find command.
I am having problems with the mtime option. The 1st command below shows me a few files from March 5th till March 7th, like I believe it should. However, when I add +1 to mtime instead of +0, it only does an ls of the current directory I'm in when running the command. It's just listening my directories under /home/user/.
I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 and a Logitech K520 wireless keyboard-mouse set. Occasionally, when I wake up Ubuntu from suspending, I find that the mouse works but the keyboard doesn't. And I find a way to work around this: first use mouse to login with guest account, then the keyboard wakes up also, and then logout the guest account and get keyboard still working.
I have installed #! on a pen drive using LinuxLiveUSB Creator under Windows Vista.Works like a dream, with some problems (of course) when I boot #! on a Thinkpad r50p Problem 1.In the boot menu I cannot choose anything else than "Persistent", since my keyboard does not seem to work at that stage. Luckily #!
I switched on my laptop this morning (HP Compaq nc6320) as usual and tried to log in, only to find that neither trackpad nor keyboard were working! If I reboot into a recovery mode shell, the keyboard works until I move on to normal boot. If I boot from an Ubuntu install disk (run from CD), both trackpad and keyboard work. Everything seemed OK last night when I shut down.
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