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I see a little problem content of the dispatchingEmail_I is: 54 19 * * * root /home/harbir/project/L_ocalRepository/smallworks/maildispatcher.sh and the permissions of the file maildispatcher.sh are the following: -rwxrwx--- 1 harbir users 621 Sep 10 06:33 maildispatcher.sh shouldn't you be running maildispatcher.sh as harbir rather ...


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You have one field too many in the crontab line. It should be minute hour dayofmonth month dayofweek command You have an asterisk character in place of the command. Also, if you want a crontab entry to run as root, it's arguably cleaner to put it in a /etc/cron.d/ file than in root's own user-level crontab. Note that system crontabs (i.e. /etc/cron*) ...


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Expanding @Gilles's comment to an answer: This question asked about bash-completion expanding /sbin executables to their full paths on Tab, but I have satisfied my requirements by adding the Superuser directories (e.g. /sbin, /usr/sbin, etc.) to the sudo search path. To do this, I had to add the secure_path variable to the Sudoers file (edit with visudo), ...


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You did not yet specify whether you're using KDE, Gnome or another window manger. It is likely that they provide an option for this. Under the hood, these tools are likely to use xrandr. If you do not find an option, please post the terminal output of running xrandr --query, and I can show you how to use the --primary and --noprimary option. Here is an ...


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Do you want to setup a "link to application" in the context menu like this [Desktop Entry] Comment= Exec=firefox -new-window http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/151004/how-do-i-get-a-desktop-in-kde-to-open-a-new-browser-window GenericName= Icon=exec MimeType= Name=Stackexchange Path=<whereever you want> StartupNotify=true Terminal=false ...


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This doesn't seem like a YaST thing (YaST will only do very basic things for Apache)...you might find something in the advanced setting where you can add the module. However, you're probably going to still have to make a file in /etc/apache2/conf.d to tell Apache what to do when it comes across such a file. Here is a link for some more information. In ...



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