Hello all,I'm having a bit of a problem installing grive (Google Drive synchronization tool) to my new Waldorf install.I tried installing it with Synaptic, which tells me I must "fix broken packages first". Fair enough. The "broken package" is gnome-icon-theme-extras. It looks to be a couple versions old, but when I try to update, Synaptic gives me the sa
i am using the following grep command for exact word match:
>echo "sachin#tendulkar" | grep -iw "sachin"
as we can see in the above example that its throwinng the exact match(which is not the case as the keyword is sachin and string is "sachin#tendulkar".
I am using ubuntu for some time. I installed 12.04 some days ago and it was working fine but yesterday when I started ubuntu it gave an error "can' t write bytes: broken pipes". Then I logged into tty and tried to start gnome session but it gave error "can't start display" something like it. then I installed startx and it is working fine.
I've recently both acquired a laptop to replace my broken one, and made the update from Statler to Waldorf, and we haven't been getting along very well so far.Sometimes, the wireless connection will drop, and NM will shadow the option, "Wireless is disabled". Recently, I found out I can fix that by right clicking and re-enabling, which is troublesome, but livable.
I am facing a peculiar problem on SUN machine.
There is a soft link pointing to a directory. And there is a shell script inside this soft link which is trying to get the directory name from where this script is being executed.
NAME="$(cd $(dirname $0); pwd)"
I want to fetch the absolute path of the soft link from this shell script but it is returning the target directory path.