Could have sworn there was one, but I can't find it on two machines. I liked the GUI one that was in F15 though I can't find it in the repo. What are people using?
For a few good hours now I have been trying to find some information about this and seem to be hitting a road block as most setups for version control are people in it for themselves, and the ones I do find with a similar need are based on older versions of xcode, and really do not go into great detail about how they did it.
What I need to do is setup a SVN repo, that I can share with multiple pe
I have a problem on my VPS with Disk Used space counting in WHM and cPanel.
For example user has disk quota 1000MB, but WHM counts 4967MB, which is not correct.
In cPanel i see that this 4GB is in Other Files.
First question is - How I can see this "other files" without finding them bymyself with find -u username, which utility cPanel uses to find this files and which util
So I was working in Ubuntu 12.04 and I needed to format a 4gb USB stik. I clicked on the Home Folder icon and then right clicked on the stik. Nothing about formatting. Hmm... So I did a google search and discovered you have to use the Disk Utility to format. OK. I fired up the Disk Utility and tried again for format. It kept saying "Device Busy". Hmmm...
The GNOME Disk Utility developers have announced earlier today, January 12, the immediate availability for download and testing of the GNOME Disk Utility 3.7.1 storage device management tool for the GNOME 3 desktop environment. GNOME Disk Utility 3.7.1 comes with many new features and improvements, all done by David Zeuthen, Sof... (read more)
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Is there any easy way to find the path of every Directory that is the root of an active SVN repo on a RHEL server? I figure I could do a find for revprops or a directory named hooks or something. Is there a more elegant method? This would include both SVN protocol and websvn (http). Thanks in advance.