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revised How to give Windows partions' file execute permission
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comment How to give Windows partions' file execute permission
Ho do you mount the NTFS partitions? If via /etc/fstab, please show the contents in the question.
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comment Programmatically creating .desktop file to autostart application
OP uses Java only to create a desktop shortcut and has problem with shortcut creation.
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comment Unable to install a package, newer libc6 required
@MadTerry No, I can not think of anything else, except using a different distribution (or Debian testing version).
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comment Why do we need to fork to create new processes?
While it is true, this does not answer the question. Why is forking necessary for process creation, if I want to run a different executable?