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Run…Or Help Run!view story

http://news.opensuse.org – First, the Help Run…. Election season in the openSUSE Project is just around the corner. And this means the firsts step is to organize the Election Officials committee. (Distributions)

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Auto-fold Perl subsview story

http://vim.wikia.com – move script patch to script page and plugin info into "alternatives" section ← Older revision Revision as of 16:02, November 3, 2010 Line 18: Line 18: The Vim 7.2 <tt>perl.vim</tt> has some bugs. (HowTos)

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VimTip77view story

http://vim.wikia.com – mark merge target ← Older revision Revision as of 15:44, November 3, 2010 Line 1: Line 1: - {{Removed|77|prev=76|next=78}} + {{Removed|77|info=Tip 77 has been merged to [[Folding with Regular Expression]]|prev=76|next=78}} (HowTos)

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DHCPD for PXE issuesview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hello dear community, I'm here today to ask for a bit of your know-how if you don't mind. I'm setting up a PXE server to do remote CentOS install through ethernet devices on boot, at which I'm having no luck whatsoever. The problem I'm having so far (that I can detect promptly) is dhcpd not leasing (or not being seen by the other computers) Here is my dhcpd.conf file content, I went through a l (HowTos)

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Where can I find fspanel documentation or fspanel.conf ?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I am using Ubuntu 10.10 (minimal install) with openbox+fspanel+conky in my netbook. I added fspanel and conky to the autostart.sh file without problems and they are working fine, but I would like to change how they look. I managed to edit conky.conf to make it look as I wanted, but I cannot find the documentation for fspanel. (HowTos)

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Favorite CLI command and tool?view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I was trying to come up with a quick demo today of why the command line is so great (assuming you know what you are doing).  The demo I used got me wonder what everyones favorite commands and CLI tools are.When unpacking archives I often end up with an extra directory.  The demo I used for the power of the command line was cd into the inner directory then: mv * .. (HowTos)

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Quirky key behaviorview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Last summer, certain keys on my main Linux machine started doing weird things. It's not clear if it's a problem with the kernel, with KDE, some X11 module, or what. These quirks are reproducible and affect several application in seemingly unrelated ways, but they all appeared at the same time and I suspect are from a common cause. (HowTos)

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Save the results of a fortran loop in a text fileview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi, I am trying to store the results of my code to a separate text file.But the problem is, as my results comes from a loop, my text file shows only the last result, not all of them.Like if the loop runs 5 time the text file shows the result for the 5th step.But i need to store all of them (1 to 5).Can I use awk to print the output field and store to another file and creat a new line so that the n (HowTos)

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Encrypt Filesview story

http://www.go2linux.org – Ecryptfs Introduction Encrypt files, has always been needed in computer world, it could be something as simple as your diary, or as important as your private source code, for that important project. Linux offers some different approaches to provide file encryption, the most of them are focused on volume encryption, and require that you set apart some space of your disk, and dedicate it to the stor (HowTos)

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[ubuntu] Ethernet problem (10.04 & .10)view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi, my machine is a Compaq Prescario cq60 (amd 64bit). i have a problem with my ethernet card: the connection is very slow. my wireless has no issues. i cannot browse properly (eg cannot watch youtube videos), my torrent speed is at most 100 whereas with my wireless i got for the same torrent (almost at the same time) 300. (HowTos)