10 Tips & Tricks For Your Business’s Facebook Fan Pageview story

http://www.hongkiat.com – Facebook is one the fastest growing social media network and its users are increasing by thousands every day. Due to its vast base of users, it takes no effort to acknowledge its influence and any company will jump on the bandwagon to utilize Facebook because it allows them to boost their brands or products also in the same time engage with possible clients. (General)

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http://www.dailytech.com – The end of production for the F-22 will not be the end of the line for the Raptor (General)

-exec cmd in ksh scriptview story

http://www.unix.com – Hi, I discovered the following single-line script works very well to cp a large number of files from a source directory to a destination directory while avoiding the "argument list too large" error: # cpmany - copy large number of files # Takes two parameters - source dir, destination dir # Copies ALL regular files from source dir to destination dir # Does not traverse subdirectories (HowTos)

[ubuntu] problem printing to network printerview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I understand this is an internet/wireless forum but thought there would be someone here that could shed some light on this. The HP Laserjet 1018 printer is connected to a networked XP machine that is accessible from the Ubuntu 10.04 machine. (HowTos)

What's wrong with wireless in OpenSUSE?view story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Hello Everyone, My thread title sounds like a complaint, but it isn't. I just have a question for my own education. I just started using OpenSUSE on an old laptop. It seems that I have my graphical problems at least temporarily solved, but I continued to lose my wireless connection after an hour of use. (Distributions)

global bash shell functionsview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi, I wonder if there is anyway to make a user-defined bash shell function global, meaning the function can be use in any bash shell scripts, interactively or not. This is what I attempted: Code: $ tail -n 3 /etc/bashrc echotm () {   echo "[`date`] $@" } $ echotm hello world [Mon Sep 13 17:15:28 HKT 2010] hello world $ cat a.sh #!/bin/sh echotm hello world $ sh a.sh a.sh: li (HowTos)

sudo problemsview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Hello everybody. I have been using openSUSE in my desktop pc since few months so I am not really an expert in it. I have run through a problem and I would appreciate any help: Accidentaly I changed the permissions of different files in the root (/) directory. As a direct result the sudo privileges, accessible until that moment by my user, disappeared. In fact if I tried using "sudo zypper (Distributions)

Feedback from init.d scripts and/or fuppes 0.675view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Howdy all,    I'm new to Crunchbang and am still learning the ropes, so be gentle :).I have been trying to set up the fuppes (0.675) media server on my Crunchbang installation for the past week and have hit a wall. A week's worth of googling and searching through the Ubuntu message boards have yet to produce an effective solution. (HowTos)

Add a newline after given patternsview story

http://vim.wikia.com – can't stop fiddling ← Older revision Revision as of 07:51, September 10, 2010 Line 26: Line 26: <pre> <pre> " Insert a newline after each specified string (or before if use '!'). " Insert a newline after each specified string (or before if use '!'). - command! (HowTos)

A Command Line Primer for Beginnersview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – http://lifehacker.com/5633909/who-needs … t-anythingI figure it would a helpful article for anyone new to CLI :) (HowTos)