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Not able to configure phpmyadmin in Ubuntu 12.04

I tried to configure LAMP on Ubuntu 12.04 following this guide (http://www.howtoforge.com/installing-apache2-with-php5-and-mysql-support-on-ubuntu-12.04-lts-lamp). But when I point to ...
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Is there a way to use/recompile libgio-2.0 on machine with libc-2.5?

I have a program (JavaFX 2, namely), and one of its binaries (libglass.so) requires libgio-2.0.so.0. The problem is, the system, on which I need to run the app, is quite old and mostly out of my ...
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Best rolling release distribution for MacBook Pro

I got a macbook pro 7.1 wich is running OSX, i'm looking for the most compatible distribution to dual boot. Here's my criteria : I don't want to reinstall my system every 6 month, so I'll prefer a ...
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Can I make pacman aware of packages installed manually?

Due to my setup I cannot make use of pacman to actually install packages, however if I install a package from the Arch repositories manually by downloading and extracting it, eg: wget ...
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Ubuntu One in Fedora

I have an Ubuntu One account and want to be able to sync it to a folder in Fedora. Is this possible and what is the best way to do it?
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Official tools to save/restore gnome settings

Is there an official tool that can save and restore gnome-specific settings ? I know several applications uses ~/.config, I don't care about them, just settings for gnome, e.g panel applets, keyboard ...
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High memory (user space) and highmem (kernel space)

Each process has 2 memory area: User space (high memory) and kernel space (low memmory). In the kernel space, are the first 896 MB used for mapping kernel code (not fully 1 GB)? This means, when a ...
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XFCE Cursor themes not installing

I know this is probably a bit of a newbie question but I'm having a little trouble installing any cursor themes. I extract the archives contents to /usr/share/themes but when I go to ...
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Gnome, KDE, XFCE… which is most simple and customizable?

This'll be my first Linux install, so I've never had to choose between a desktop environment (I come from OS X) -- forgive me if I'm not fully literate on where exactly the OS ends and the desktop ...
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Clock skews on remote machines

I am performing some experiments on a network of about 10 remote Linux computers which are geographically scattered. I suspect some of them have clock skews but they are seen transiently (eg. once in ...
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Terminate script using zenity progress bar

(GNOME2, Ubuntu 10.04 LTS) I've made a nautilus script, so that if I have a directory full of various codecs, then I just need to right click in that folder -> Scripts -> THISSCRIPT.txt, then presto, ...
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Is it possible to download extremely large files intelligently or in parts via SSH from Linux to Windows?

I have a ~35 GB file on a remote Linux Ubuntu server. Locally, I am running Windows XP, so I am connecting to the remote Linux server using SSH (specifically, I am using a Windows program called SSH ...
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specify geometry of a new gnuplot window in lxde

I have a script that runs a calculation and then plots the result using gnuplot script file. The problem is that I need to make more than one plot and I don't want windows to cover each other. I ...
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How to assign user root rights?

I have Suse Linux on my desktop. So I am root and "normal" user. Frequently e.g. to start tomcat or install/remove a program I should use sudo or switch to super user. But I have defined many aliases ...
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ncurses.h is not found, even though it is on the search path

I have installed ncurses package from source, and now I have $HOME/local/include/ncurses/curses.h $HOME/local/include/ncurses/ncurses.h on my filesystem. I have also set up the search pathes so ...
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What went wrong with this driver install?

I am trying to install the correct LAN card drivers on openSuse 12.1. This is the output of the log file for the autorun.sh script: ------------------------------- Sun Jul 1 21:50:45 IDT 2012 ...
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Entry point of linux kernel [closed]

In the linux kernel is there a file that I can start to add my code, ex. load libraries? thanks
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Tomcat does not get enough memory

i'm trying to setup a jira instance on my vServer. I've got min. 1 GB ram and max. 2 GB ram. It was runing on my friends Server with only 512 MB ram. The first error was: ...
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How stable are Unix shell “stdin/stdout APIs”?

grepping, awking, sedding, and piping are day-to-day routine of a user of any Unix-like operating system, may it be on the command line or inside a shell script (collectively called filters from now ...
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can't open netbeans IDE in Fedora 17

my linux version is: Fedora 17 I installed Netbeans IDE 7.1.2 and it was working fine, but now, when I try to open it, nothing happens after double clicking on it. I think updating the kernel may be ...
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How to tweet using terminal?

I would like to tweet a message using terminal. I tried something like: curl -u 'TwitterUsername':'TwitterPassword' -d status=”Your Message Here” https://twitter.com/statuses/update.xml but seems ...
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cut / grep and df -h

How can I grep or cut the "173G" under "Verf"? I need this for Unix scripting in school. jonas@jonaspc:~/$ df -h /dev/sda2 Dateisystem Größe Benutzt Verf. Verw% Eingehängt auf /dev/sda2 ...
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random number needed

I need a command line script that will generate a random integer between 1 and 6. I'm using Ubuntu with bash. I was working on this a couple of months ago using 'bc', but never got it to work ...
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A problem with mknod when logged in as root

I am trying to load a char device driver written by myself. To achieve this I use a modified bash script published on this site: http://www.makelinux.net/ldd3/chp-3-sect-2. Here is my version of the ...
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Routing through iptables

I have this vpn client that touches the routing table and then keeps watching it to exit if it gets touched. It is the kind of setup needed for an endpoint, such as a laptop. I want to use a small ...
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Configure touchscreen on Debian?

I have got Samsung Q1 Ultra with Debian Squeeze on it. Everything works okay, except touchscreen. The arrow almost does not respond to touching -- it only moves once in a while to a random place ...
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Making voice calls using Huawei E1550

3G dongle Huawei E1550 is able to make voice calls using huawei app in windows. With search I found the same app for linux (called Mobile Partner), seems it's working and makes calls but without sound ...
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How do I get my Logitech Quickcam 4000 up and running?

I've just installed Debian “Squeeze” and would love it if I could get my webcam up and running. I've Googled for a solution, and there's a package named pwc that I need to install to get it up and ...
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Network Printing in Fedora

I´m having problems setting up network printing in Fedora 16. In the printer setup box it says FirewallD is not running and gives a list of protocols that need to be enabled. I cannot find a FirewallD ...
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How to set environment variable JAVA_HOME that will be saved on exit? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I set a user environment variable? (permanently, not session) I use Suse. First was installed jdk7, so JAVA_HOME remains like: /usr/java/jdk1.7.0_05/ After I ...
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wireless is disabled by hardware switch even when not

I have a spartan computer. It has a built-in wireless module that up until recently I've had no issues with. The current problem is this. Everytime I shutdown the computer and it boots back up, I am ...
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Restoring an option at the end of a function in zsh

I'm writing a zsh shell function (as opposed to a script) where I would really like the extended_glob option to be enabled. But since the function runs in the caller's context, I don't want to clobber ...
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How can I rename all files in the current directory having a particular extension to another extension? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Renaming multiple files (changing extension) Suppose that in my current/working directory I have five files: file1.xvg file2.xvg file3.xvg file1.eps file2.eps Is ...
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How can I delete all files with a particular extension in a particular folder?

If I set the current/working directory (navigating to it using cd) to some particular directory and then type: rm *.xvg What will this command do? Is it true that the above command will only delete ...
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“mount: / is busy” when trying to mount as read-only so that I can run zerofree

I am trying to run zerofree on Ubuntu 11.04 so that I can compact the VirtualBox vdi image using: VBoxManage modifyhd Ubuntu.vdi --compact In order to run zerofree the disk image has be mounted as ...
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Re-assigning (specifically, incrementing) a variable in a bash script [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I do command line integer & float calculations, in bash, or any language available? I would like to simply re-assign a variable (to be specific, increment it ...
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emacs python2.7

I would like to have emacs work as a python ide for me. I can't seem to find how to compile from within emacs. I'm using python2.7 but when I do M-x python-mode it seems to compile using python2.7. Is ...
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Commands to access a SATA drive

I've damaged the drive I had in my Windows laptop and now I want to try to recover as many files as possible. I know very little about Linux though. I have Ubuntu 10.04 on another machine. I have a ...
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Samba on a Beowulf Cluster

Is this possible? I have only been able to locate resources related to running scientific applications. Any resources would be helpful. Regards
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systemd-modules-load print errors when loading builtin kernel modules

I'm running Arch Linux, it uses systemd-modules-load to load modules configured in /etc/rc.conf, but since I use a custom kernel and lts kernel, I had to put all possible modules in that config file ...
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Does it possible in Krusader add custom icon and custom command to execution?

I am newbie for Krusader, always work with Total Commander. So is possible to add like in Total Commander custom icons and command to execution in Krusader? I would like configure something like my ...
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Pasting the content of xclip onto gedit [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Copy file to xclip and paste to Firefox I would use the following command to copy the output of uptime to the clipboard: uptime | xclip Then I can paste the copied ...
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Is there a way to find the mac address of a remote machine I have connected to with ssh?

I have machine at the office which is shut off I was hoping to turn it on from home using wake on lan. Reading about this, I have realized that I need the MAC address of the machine. Is there a way to ...
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Linux support on 2012 MacBooks

I want to buy a 2012 MacBook with the Retina Display. Does it work well with Linux?
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Is there a difference between these two commands?

cat a > b and cp a b If they are functionally the same for all intents and purposes, which one is faster?
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Prevent watch breaking colors

I'm altering scripts at work that monitor log files to single out certain items and colorize them. The final output is a list of 6-digit numbers in several columns. I've been able to add a ~ to the ...
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Lightest weight SMTP server for Linux Single Board Computer (SBC)

The other discussions I found did not give a clear answer to my question. Problem description: I am running an embedded Linux server device, such as TuxRail or a DreamPlug which are ARM-based devices ...
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Do procmail recipes have an alternator “or” operator?

Given the following procmail recipe: :0: * ^Subject:.*viagra.* * ^From:.*viagra.* /dev/null Procmail would only delete emails that were both from viagra, and had viagra in the subject. Is it ...
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How can I apply my procmail filters to my maildir inbox?

Last night I subscribed to a mailing list, and discovered this morning that my procmail filter didn't apply to many of the mailing list messages. Now I have loads of less-important mailing list ...
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Can I make SSMTP to automatically set the “To:” header?

I'm using the ssmtp package to send e-mail via g-mail. Everything is working fine with it - the only strange thing is that if I send mail via the command line, the "to field" is funky. ssmtp ...

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