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setting CHMOD permissions for each user for their own folderview story

http://stackoverflow.com – #!/bin/bash MasterDir="/home/darkeve/Documents/OS/master/" USERHOME="/home/darkeve/Documents/OS/UNIX" MasterFile="filenames.txt" while read -r line; do mkdir "UNIX/$line" for FILENAME in `cat $MasterFile` do cp "$MasterDir/$FILENAME" $USERHOME/$line done done < usernames.lnk chown $USER:$USER $USERHOME/$USER -R CHMDO 700 $USERHOME/$USER -R I am trying to set CHMOD 700 permis (HowTos)

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Computer Appears to Be Corrupting Superblock?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I am running Ubuntu 12.10 on one of my older laptops (Dell Mini 10V, modified with a Western Digital 640GB drive). I use it to keep a lot of documents (and pictures) on... I have kept it backed up via an external HD (Western Digital 1TB 2.5” drive). Recently, it quit being able to copy all the folders to the external drive. Then external drive appeared to become corrupted. (HowTos)

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bash: Copying files to multiple locationsview story

http://stackoverflow.com – #!/bin/bash while read -r line; do mkdir "UNIX/$line" done < usernames.lnk MasterDir="/home/darkeve/Documents/OS/master/" USERHOME="/home/darkeve/Documents/OS/UNIX" for FILENAME in `cat $MasterFile` do cp $MasterDir/$FILENAME $USERHOME/$USER done My script does the first job right, it first reads a file called "usernames" and creates individual folders for each user int (HowTos)

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[ubuntu] Startup Script - Install Everything with ONE Commandview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I just started working on this and it is something that has saved me so much time as my system crashed and I had to reinstall. (Hardware)

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intalled ubuntu 12.10 and now cannot boot win 7view story

http://askubuntu.com – so this is my brothers pc and i finally convinced him to try out ubuntu and went about installing it... he did have windows 7 and xp installed (with 4 partitions, win7, documents partition, win xp and another partition which called itself extended partition. so ubuntu installed and then when i rebooted on grub it first showed ubuntu or "windows vista boot repair" (which was the original os when (HowTos)

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USB Storage not working. Help pleaseview story

http://forums.androidcentral.com – So I have a new 9'7" Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet and I was able to store things like audio and movies on it. I installed some apps, including Documents to Go. I tried to put some documents on it but now the USB Storage will not work one bit. I tried changing USB Ports but then it said it is not installing properly. I have tried using the de-bug mode but that doesn't work either. (HowTos)

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Chinese Telecom Giant Huawei Accused Of Offering Embargoed HP Equipment To Iranian Companiesview story

http://techcrunch.com – Chinese telecommunications manufacturing giant Huawei is once again in hot water over allegedly playing loose with trade sanctions. (IT news)

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alias not showing up in bash historyview story

http://stackoverflow.com – HISTIGNORE variable is set to: export HISTIGNORE="&:ls*:reboot:pwd:exit:clear:[ \t]*" I have couple of Alias set. One of them is alias todo='emacs ~/Dropbox/Documents/todo.txt' None of them shows up in history. Not that I want them to show up in history, but what baffles me is, why the hell they do not show up in history. (HowTos)

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need to use livecd to access harddrive documents, create and image on corrupt hard drive.. big helpview story

http://askubuntu.com – Okay so using the smart option, my harddrive has 15 bad sectors, all because of a very bad hard drive. I need to pull some files from my gf laptop before resorting to buying and tossing the old drive. Im using the latest ubuntu version as my live cd. However i can not mount the hard drive because of these errors. (HowTos)

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AngelList Raising A Big Round, To Be Valued at $150 Million Or Moreview story

http://techcrunch.com – AngelList, a service that matches early stage startups with investors, is raising a big round of financing at a valuation that multiple sources say will top $150 million. Investors may include Google Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz, among others, say our sources. (IT news)