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How To - Conky, Music and Cover Art - 2 Methods for 18 Appsview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – This How To will cover two methods of using Conky, one of 18 current Linux Music apps and Cover Art from local sources. First and foremost, this work is based off of the development of 2 sources.  Kaivalagi Python Scripts and a  wlourf LUA sphere script that started on the Ubuntu Threads. (HowTos)

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systemd – boot faster and cleaner with openSUSE 12.1view story

http://news.opensuse.org – openSUSE 12.1 features systemd as a replacement for the System V init daemon. systemd provides a new and improved way of booting up your system and managing services. It comes with many new features like socket and dbus-activation, use of cgroups (control groups) and aggressive parallelization capabilities which leads to a faster boot-up of the system. (Distributions)

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Arrays in C++view story

http://www.unix.com – I've noticed something interesting in C++ programming. I've always done tricky stuff with pointers and references to have functions deal with arrays. Doing exercises again out of a C++ book has shown me an easier way, I didn't even know was there. (HowTos)

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Connecting to samba share works with smbclient, but doesn't work with Windows 7view story

http://askubuntu.com – I tried to share the directory /home/me/music with Samba. (HowTos)

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Working With Values After Decimalview story

http://www.unix.com – I have two files which have to be compared. One of them has leading & trailing zeroes in certain fields. Code: file1 ---- John,Rambo,20100101,2119.5,3302.39,100.07,22211.0   file2 ---- John,Rambo,20100101,000002119.50,0003302.39,00000.07,000022211.00 I am thinking of using diff to compare these files but that would need removing the leading and trailing zeroes. (HowTos)

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How to return value from expect script?view story

http://www.unix.com – Hi there. There is a shell script: Code: #!/bin/bash ARGS=`(grep -i $1 old.txt || grep -i $1 new.txt) |awk 'BEGIN {FS=","}{print "\x27" $5 "\x27"}' | tr "\n" " "` /usr/bin/expect -- << EXPECTEND spawn -noecho myssh myhost.localnet log_user 0 expect root log_user 1 send "/home/one.pl $ARGS\r" set val $expect_ou (HowTos)

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Help with print out all relevant record if match particular patternview story

http://www.unix.com – Input file: Code: data100_content1    420    700    data101_content1    107    516        data101_content2    194    773        data101_content3    195    917        data104_content2    36    325      &nbsp (HowTos)

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[other] EPSON printer esc/pos command problemview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I'm so sorry about that I don't know where can ask these question, so I post it here. My printer is TM-T81 which is a thermal receipt printer. I want to print NV logo in command mode with [0x1C][0x70][0x01][0x30]which is esc/pos command "FS p n m", but it can't work on TM-T81(it is work on TM-T88IV). Is it different command of TM-T81? (Hardware)

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How to gather DNS A record requests?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I need to record all outgoing A records on a RedHat PC. I tried using tcpdump: tcpdumpdns=OUTPUT-FILENAME-HERE nohup tcpdump -K dst port 53 -w $tcpdumpdns > /dev/null 2>&1 & It makes an output file like: 19:26:12.185392 IP 172.16.0.6.57977 > google-public-dns-a.google.com.domain: 51198+ A? yahoo.com. (HowTos)

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[kubuntu] printer networking?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I know how to do it in Windows because they just taught us in class, but how do I set up a printer, connected to my Kubuntu machine by USB, to our home network so the Ubuntu and Windows computers on it can print from it? I have looked around but haven't been able to figure it out yet. Please help. (Hardware)