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Aug
8
asked How to convert html entities to readable text?
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awarded  Famous Question
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Good Question
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Apr
7
comment Find font file from font name on Linux
Didn't know about fc-* commands. Thanks.
Apr
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accepted Find font file from font name on Linux
Apr
7
asked Find font file from font name on Linux
Apr
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revised GTK Icons for special files
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Apr
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asked GTK Icons for special files
Apr
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comment List files, directories and executables in current directory
symlink to dir should be dir, but all other can be just files. How can I test if symlink point to directory, does your command do that?
Apr
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comment List files, directories and executables in current directory
This work for all find . -mindepth 1 -maxdepth 1 \( -type f -executable -printf 'X%p\0' \) -o -type d -printf 'D%p\0' -o -not -type d -printf 'F%p\0'
Mar
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comment List files, directories and executables in current directory
Great, too bad it don't show special files.
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accepted List files, directories and executables in current directory
Mar
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asked List files, directories and executables in current directory
Mar
27
comment How to change locale to English?
I've try LANG=C x
Mar
26
revised How to change locale to English?
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Mar
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comment How to change locale to English?
LANG x return localized message but LANG=C bash -c "x" give english one. LC_ALL=C bash -c "x" also work.
Mar
26
comment How to change locale to English?
Also LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 xxx give localized file not found message. But when I run eval $(locale | sed -e 's/\(.*\)=.*/export \1=en_US.UTF-8/') it give me english one, maybe you need to use different variable for that too, I've tried LC_MESSAGES=en_US.UTF-8 xxx and it also give Polish not found message.