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dpkg --print-architecture will output the primary architecture of the machine it's run on. This will be armhf on a machine running 32-bit ARM Debian or Ubuntu (or a derivative), arm64 on a machine running 64-bit ARM. Note that the running architecture may be different from the hardware architecture or even the kernel architecture. It's possible to run ...


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## implemantion of base class function Class() { base=${FUNCNAME} this=${1} Class_setCUUID $this for method in $(compgen -A function) do export ${method/#$base\_/$this\_}="${method} ${this}" done } function copyCUUID() { export ${2}_CUUID=$(echo $(eval "echo \$${1}_CUUID")) } function Class_setCUUID() { ...


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What part of linux handles and resolves these shortcuts? For the most part, individual applications or a window manager(WM)/desktop environment(DE). There are a few caught and handled by the kernel, such as VT switching with Cntl-Alt-F[N]. The actual event propagates: From the kernel To the Xorg server To the WM/DE To the application If caught and ...


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Think of your desktop as running a variety of programs always, even if they have no windows, terminals, or show up as daemons. Most are running a window manager, perhaps various toolbars, a desktop, and so forth. Now let's see what happens when a key is pressed. The key press and key release are treated separately, though a library may deal with combining ...



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