second computer won't updateview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I installed crunchbang statler alpha2 on an older (B) computer and got it updated. I haven't used it much for a week or more because it is older and slower. I logged back in today and tried to update and kept getting errors on a couple of the repositories. Both of them had to do with en (english). (HowTos)

How to indent the file lines using viview story

http://www.unix.com – Every now and then I have to indent the lines in my script to 4 space characters. I generally do it line by line. Is there an automated command in vi using which I can indent some set of lines to desired number of space characters in one go. (HowTos)

Custom Shell output helpview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I'm having issues with a fork() command printing any output. I created a custom shell that seems to execute perfectly but I am unable to get it to replicate any output for commands that provide output (i.e. ls -l). If I run a command like "emacs" it runs fine. I've also tested with mkdir which works perfectly because it has no output to catch. (HowTos)

non alpha characters in sed + making it fast?view story

http://www.unix.com – hello, I'm trying to write the fastest sed command possible (large files will be processed) to replace RICH with NICK in a file which looks like this (below) if the occurance of RICH is uppercase, replace with uppercase if it's lowercase, replace with lowercase SOMTHING_RICH_SOMTHING <- replace here hellorichwhatareyoudoing <- do not replace here, forms part of a word SOMTHING.RICH.SOMTHING (HowTos)

Help Needed with Sorting Outputview story

http://www.unix.com – Hi all, I'm using Solaris 10, and need help in sorting the below output from the syslog file in descending rather than ascending order. I would like both the hostname and message columns to be sorted, but right now only the message is sorted and the count column, whose order I would like reversed. (HowTos)

How to search for a file without using find or which?view story

http://www.unix.com – Hello, I am a newbie to Unix shell script writing. I have to write a Korn or Bash shell script to search for a file, where some file named <filename> is given at the prompt. So let's say the script command will be called locate_file. (HowTos)

find commandview story

http://www.unix.com – Hello, I am trying to do something like this : find "dir" -type f I want my find only to avoid the files directly in "dir", but find all files in all of the subdirectories inside "dir". How do I do this? Thanks, Prasanna (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Trouble connectingview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hello. I have an issue with Linux. (HowTos)

Nice lightweight timer?view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Has anyone got a nice, lightweight timer working? There's xfce4-timer-plugin which looks light. I've installed it but can't run it ("bash: xfce4-timer-plugin: command not found") - any ideas what I'm missing? (HowTos)

How to install Nvidia driver on a Xen kernel, CentOS 5.5(Final)view story

http://linuxers.org – TweetWe have already discussed the installation of Nvidia driver on CentOS. But this method only applies to regular kernels. Xen, the virtual machine monitor, requires you to install a modified linux kernel and guess what, nVidia officially doesn't support it. (General)