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Provide params to scp with xargsview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – when I run svn st | awk '{print $2}', I get: a.py b.py c.py Then I want scp these files to a remote server. I tried this svn st | awk '{print $2}' | xargs scp my_name@my_server:~/ But it doesn't work. What is the right command to do this? Thank you! (HowTos)

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[ubuntu] HP Envy 410 printerview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I have 11.10 (64 bit) installed on a ThinkPad T420s. Everything works great, except I cant print. The HP Envy 410 is a wireless printer. I've got it connected to my network via my AirPort and I can print from my MacBook Air so I know everything works. I tried adding the printer in Linux. The driver downloaded and installed. (Hardware)

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Problems printing pdf's (10.10)view story

http://askubuntu.com – Sometimes when I try to print a pdf, the formatting comes out - weird. I really wish there was a better word for it! The letters are jumbled up with random spaces/ no spaces/ tabs/ on top of each other. Not all words or letters, some are perfectly legible for no apparent reason. (HowTos)

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LDAP + TLS - different behaviour on two machinesview story

http://serverfault.com – machines: debian wheezy suse 11 commands: ldapsearch -ZZ -h ad.unsw.edu.au -x -D [email protected] -W perl -we "use Net::LDAP; print Net::LDAP->new ('ad.unsw.edu.au')->start_tls(verify => 'require', capath => '/etc/ssl/certs/')->{errorMessage}" results: machine 1, command 1: TLS: hostname does not match CN in peer certificate machine 1, command 2: works machine 2, co (HowTos)

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Using mod_rewrite as a stand-in for VirtualHosts to host two domains on one GoDaddy hosting accountview story

http://serverfault.com – I'm trying to do something like VirtualHosts using mod_rewrite on a GoDaddy hosted site. I have a single hosting account and two domains, a.com and b.com. I want requests for b.com/document.html to be served from ~/html/b_site/document.html (where ~/html/ is the DocumentRoot, serving as root for a.com). (HowTos)

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System broken after updateview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Ooops, I didnt't read this correctly.Moving /lib/udev/rules.d andfor i in $(pacman -Ql | grep /lib/udev/rules.d | awk '{ print $1 }' | sort -u); do pacman -S $i; donesolved the problem for me.Thank you very much. Follmer https://bbs.archlinux.org/profile.php?id=53746 2011-10-31T06:47:05Z (HowTos)

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Best Beginners Linux Commandsview story

http://linux.bihlman.com – Best Beginners Linux Commands By Dennis Frank Parker There are many common Linux commands that will be to your benefit, if you ever even use your command line software in Linux. Many average users just use the graphical user interface instead which usually provides many tools and front-ends to Linux common commands. (General)

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[SOLVED] Canon Pixma mg5150 Printerview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – hey guys i ran into a small problem i downloaded the proper print and scan drivers for my printer and installed them using terminal i can now scan documents by typing scangearmp into the terminal and i can print too. the problem is that when i print a document my printer will keep the printing the same document over and over again it seems like there is a never ending print job going on any ideas (Hardware)

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Full Circle Side-Pod Episode Ten: Dancing in Bare Feetview story

http://fullcirclemagazine.org – Full Circle Side-Pod Episode Ten: Dancing in Bare feet In this episode, interviewing Paul Levy and Becky Hogg. Just me, Robin Catling hosting things today, but I’m not alone, as we have not one but two guests. First up is Paul Levy, from Cats3000, Rational Madness and the Critical Incident un-conference, who will be talking about Learning to Dance with Spiders. We’ll follow that with a (Distributions)

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How to Remove PDF Print Protection using Systool PDF Unlocker 3.1view story

http://gamblis.com – There are many free tutorial or text book in PDF format. You can download and view them but you may encounter problem when trying to print. Thats because the PDF is print protected. You will need permission to print the PDF file. If you do not have the password, you won’t be able to print. [...] (HowTos)