How to prevent quickly from replacing Exec=.* in the .desktop file?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I'm still trying to make Quicklists work and found the problem: Quickly creates debian/rules with sed -i 's|Exec=.*|Exec=/opt/extras.ubuntu.com/wakeonplan/bin/wakeonplan|' debian/wakeonplan/usr/share/applications/extras-wakeonplan.desktop; \ How do I stop it from doing so to use a static quicklist with CLI options? (HowTos)

Does likewise-open > version 5.4 contain CIFS support?view story

http://serverfault.com – I'm trying to get the CIFS server working in likewise-open. I've found this set of instructions and everything seems to work until I try to connect ([url]http://www.likewise.com/resources/documentation_library/manuals/cifs/likewise-cifs-smb-file-server-guide.html#id2765992):[/url] 1.6. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] likewise-open versions and CIFS supportview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi all, I'm trying to get the CIFS server working in likewise-open. I've found this set of instructions and everything seems to work until I try to connect (http://www.likewise.com/resources/do...ml#id2765992): Code: 1.6. Build and Configure a Standalone Likewise-CIFS Server This section demonstrates how to build and configure a standalone instance of Likewise-CIFS from the command line. (Hardware)

Cisco ASA Port Forwarding for Newbiesview story

http://serverfault.com – I'm a contractor for a private school where I'm tasked with developing a public API to their database to use in mobile apps. They host their own website on school premises and their network is controlled by a Cisco ASA 5510 running CLI 8.2. They are providing me with a dedicated blade server and a static IP for this project, so I asked the SysAdmin to map the IP to the machine, and also to open (HowTos)

Installer window closes unexpectedlyview story

http://askubuntu.com – Original description OK, I'm really surprised how hard it is for me to get Precise up and running, using the official desktop installation CD, as written from a downloaded image. The installer window will simply close on me. Here is what I tried so far: Booted, clicked the “Install” icon, partitioned the disk myself, selected grub to be installed into the partition (not the mbr), selected to (HowTos)

[xubuntu] File Dialog Open box - Files not showingview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – In 12.04 trying to setup a openvpn connection through the configure tool and the file dialog box to link in certs and other files doesn't actually see the files in the directory. I've double checked the files, have values and are the right extensions, aren't hidden or anything goofy that I noticed. I can see and interact with them in the CLI/File system. Anyone have any suggestions or ideas? (Hardware)

How stable are Unix shell "stdin/stdout APIs"?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – grepping, awking, sedding, and piping are day-to-day routine of a user of any Unix-like operating system, may it be on the command line or inside a shell script (collectively called filters from now on). At their essence, when working with "standard" Unix CLI programs and shell builtins (collectively called commands from now on), filters need a precise expected format for stdin, stdout, and stder (HowTos)

CheatSheet accessible by CLIview story

http://chakra-project.org – Alright, python is fun, so I will stick to it and keep on working on cheats.Therfore I chose to host the project on sourceforge where you can download an up-to-date version (currently 0.1).I added the help option and '-c[="category IDs"]' to select individual categories for display.At this point you'll have to cheats -c in order to get a list of the categories with their i (HowTos)

how to initialize two logical drives on a HP P400i controller without rebootview story

http://serverfault.com – What I am trying to do is initialize two logical drives on a HP P400i embedded controller without a reboot of the system here my current Array config: array A (SAS, Unused Space: 0 MB) logicaldrive 1 (17.9 GB, RAID 5, OK) logicaldrive 2 (17.9 GB, RAID 5, OK) logicaldrive 3 (75.9 GB, RAID 5, OK) logicaldrive 4 (25.0 GB, RAID 5, OK) physicaldrive 1I:1:1 (port 1I:box 1:bay 1, SAS, 72 GB, OK) physi (HowTos)

"Lite" packages - Offering solutions to more efficient computingview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – After reading this thread, it has come to my attention that there are minimalists out there who strive to find the smallest and most efficient packages out there. Here are some goals to keep in mind.Goals1. Versatility2. Least number of dependencies and space requirements3. Convenience (Will a CLI user like it?)Main goal - Trump the current apps with a more efficent app.General rules1. (HowTos)