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reviewed Edit Exiting GUI Linux Mint
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revised Exiting GUI Linux Mint
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Nov
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reviewed Reject and Edit How avoid to repeat the same command in bash script
Nov
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revised How avoid to repeat the same command in bash script
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Nov
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revised How avoid to repeat the same command in bash script
Put the script code inside a code block
Nov
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reviewed Reject changed df -h output format after yum update in rhel6.5
Nov
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comment Find the number of all typed commands which include a string , using grep
Why are you using -o in grep?
Nov
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reviewed Approve apache basic authenticaion
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comment uninstalled kernel cannot boot anymore
Do you have a pendrive and can the eeepc boot from USB pendrives? ISOLINUX-based CDs can be easily converted to boot from USB pendrives, and some live CDs are already prepared for that.
Nov
26
comment (Cross compile) How to specify the location of libraries for ld in Makefile?
Where did the Makefile come from?
Nov
26
comment uninstalled kernel cannot boot anymore
You need to install a kernel that can boot debian, you don't need to reinstall the entire debian system. Mixing sources may not be a good idea, but it should not be a problem here, as far as you make sure you have a working kernel. The entire debian system is there, you just can't boot it because there is no kernel. I'd try getting a live CD (any GNU/Linux live CD for the same architecture should be ok. If you have a Jessie live CD, you can use it). Then, if you don't have any kind of disk encryption, you could boot the live CD and chroot into debian and install a kernel using aptitude.
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revised Scroll inside Screen, or Pause Output
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comment Can't access Eduroam wireless internet connection SETTINGS (Linux Mint 17)
If you try to connect to eduroam it does not prompt you for the settings/credentials? Some of these graphical wizard tools may not have a so visible way to configure a network you have never used, but they will ask for the settings the first time you try to connect to it.
Jun
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reviewed Approve SSH connection refused. Error 61
Jun
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comment Copying & Pasting with URxvt
How did you try the suggestions from ArchWIki? If you are using a graphical login screen to start X, you will need to reload the X resources using xrdb (it should be xrdb ~.Xresources or something similar). Either way, you also need to restart urxvt. In some distributions, you may need to install a separate package with the perl extensions, but this seems to be included in the base rxvt-unicode package in debian (I may be mistaken, though).
Jun
26
comment Copying & Pasting with URxvt
The problem here is that the two programs are using different X-Windows selections, traditional programs use the PRIMARY selection with Shift+Insert, and new programs which try to mimic keybindings from other systems paste the CLIPBOARD selection for the same keybinding. In GTK+ it has become harder to paste PRIMARY without using the mouse (middle click, like @terdon said, or left+right click, if the third button emulation is on). But, while this explains why the programs are not passing the data between them, I wonder why the arch wiki suggestion didn't work.
Jun
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reviewed Edit How can I make shell aliases available when shelling out from Vim?