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Ram speed compatibilityview story

http://superuser.com – I have an Asus motherboard and I was going to upgrade my memory. The memory I was going to buy isn't listed in the manual. Would there be an issue? The board supports 1866 MHz and the memory is 1866. The memory that is supported is the 12800 version and the one I am buying is the 14900. (HowTos)

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OSX Fuse/SSHFS will not auto mount from /etc/fstab on mac (but sudo mount -a works!)view story

http://superuser.com – I have recently installed OS X Fuse and SSHFS on my mac, and I can mount my sshfs manually with sudo mount -a but I would really like it to mount automatically, given the contents of my /etc/fstab The fact that sudo mount -a works, makes me think that the actual /etc/fstab is okay. I've also done the thing which is mentioned 'around the web' where I have added the sysctl allow_other=1 thingy to (HowTos)

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Linux's write command issueview story

http://superuser.com – I'm trying to send a message to myself through write command because I want some scripts running in the background an being able to echo things to the terminal where I am. So, I get always the same error and I don't know what else to try: user $: mesg y user $: mesg is y user $: write myuser write: myuser has messages disabled echo 'hello' | write myuser write: myuser has messages disabled myuse (HowTos)

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PATH variable not set in DE (GNOME)view story

http://archlinux.2023198.n4.nabble.com – Hello list, I'm currently experiencing something weird on a (less than regularly, but recently) updated Arch machine. After the last update some graphical programs that rely on the path variable being properly set stopped working. In particular one application uses exiftool, and works properly if started from the command line. (Distributions)

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Centos 6.6 shell script -syntax error near unexpected tokenview story

http://stackoverflow.com – Here is the shell script code, when i used in the centos 6.6, it will got two error message.... ./script12.bash: line 11: syntax error near unexpected token `$1' ./script12.bash: line 11: `case $1 in' Can you help me find the error? #! (HowTos)

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can't access admin accountview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I just created a Guest user account. When I rebooted, it went right into the Guest Account, without allowing me to choose and log in to the admin account. I tried Login Window and New Login in Administration panel. I tried Logout, but nothing happened when trying. (HowTos)

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Multiple input files and output files in awkview story

http://superuser.com – I have a folder full of text files named 000.txt to 181.txt. How can I process all of them (on the command line) with the same awk script (program.awk) and send them to their respective output files (output000.txt - output181.txt)? (HowTos)

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Disable email for a specific user/domainview story

http://forum.directadmin.com – Hi, now days outgoing spamming is known & comman case, every users facing this issue in web hosting Industries I would require this feature, in most cases you dont want directly to shut down the website of the client, but you would want to stop any mail from being send out by simply flipping a switch. this way we can at least prevent spamming until client investigate at their ends, If the (HowTos)

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Get the time when nohup R program finishesview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I want to get the time when program starts and finishes. But it always show the same time. Here is my shell script. (HowTos)

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What is meant by 'see read(2)' in linux?view story

http://stackoverflow.com – I am assuming this message is linked to the Linux man pages. It mentions, for read(2), how read is read from a file descriptor. So does for more information see read(2) just mean to check out the man page for read(2) for proper usage of the read command? Thanks for the help! (HowTos)

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zenity radiolist parameters in variablesview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Note: Ubuntu 14 latest release I am a highly experienced unix user with many years of experience. However, I retired 13 years ago so I can't remember some simple things so forgive me for posting here. I am trying to use the "zenity --list --radiolist" command. (HowTos)

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LXer: Here is Qt Creator 3.4.0view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Published at LXer: Qt Creator 3.4.0, one of my preferred development tools, has been released. Let's take a look on what's new. Read More... (HowTos)