I was windering, if you are writing a C program, I don't think you are supposed to commit the .o files and executables. How can you test your program without making a copy outside the git working dir?
on 01/30/2010 – Made popular on 01/30/2010
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location: originally from texas, currently in the northern eu.
hobbies: photography and writing.
systems: linux at home and mac at work.
favorite dichotomy: experience and expression.
Tired of not knowing anything except Windows. Bought a Dell mini with Ubuntu 8.04 installed on it and I'm working on learning Unix from the command line. This Forum ought to be helpful once I get a little further along.
I got to the part where I'm supposed to partition Mint. I've got a 500GB hard drive, and I thought I'd give 300GB to LM--but I'm unclear about using ext2, 3 or 4. What about the swap file? Is that automatic?
Its not in the repo's. Its not in anything online that actually works. If i download the pack i either have the older versions of required packages or I dont have them all together. Now i cant get on any of the servers I did before because they upgraded, and I cant.
I'm just a desktop end user; On line banking, email, Youtube, IM, music, etc. The regular stuff. Can I get rid of Python? I don't program anything. Don't plan on it. Never gave it even a fleeting thought. Do I need it?
Does any other program or app depend on Python? Can I make a clean sweep of it? And if I can, what's the best way of doing it?
i have recently installed opengeu which is based upon ubuntu 8.04 but i need the deb package for the latest kernel as my terminal rejects any attempt of making it and without the kernel my net and few other bit dont work.
if anyone could send me a link to it i would be most grateful
It's great to be a newby on this forum.
I have been loving Ubuntu 9.10 and all was working fine until I tried to Skype. My Mic stopped working. I have tried all avenues. Sound prefs, input/output connections all I hear is static hiss.
How can I resolve the problem? I've even tried different mic's.