I want to run a command on Linux in a way that it cannot create or open any files to write. It should still be able to read files as normal (so an empty chroot is not an option), and still be able to write to files already open (especially stdout).
Bonus points if writing files to certain directories (i.e.
This built-in Office software can open Office 97-2004 files only. Is there any possibility to open Office 2008/2007 files? In addition, I cannot find the shortcut within Note 2 but when I open Office file, it pops up to select the software. Where does the shortcut hide?
Ubuntu 14.04 uses Files to browse files. If I open a new folder (either with Launchy or clicking on a folder in the Desktop), I want it is open in a new tab. Right now, it is opened in a new separated window/instance.
A solution could be download the source code and modify it. Is there a simpler/quicker solution? Maybe another alternative to Files?
I have created keyboard shortcuts for many shortcut files.
Now I don't know for which shortcut file I have created a shortcut.
I want to know all the shortcut files for which I have created the shortcuts, so that I can delete some of them.
Is there a way by which I can know all the shortcut files for which keyboard shortcut has been set.
I am planning on switching from another Linux OS to Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. The only problem I have is that I've been using another OS for so long and have so many files on the current OS that I don't want to lose those files when switching to Ubuntu. Is there any way to backup files from another OS and put them in Ubuntu. Thanks All.