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Jan
1
revised How to use pulseaudio for network stream with Raspbmc (Kodi)?
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Jan
1
revised How to use pulseaudio for network stream with Raspbmc (Kodi)?
added code block markup
Jan
1
answered How to use pulseaudio for network stream with Raspbmc (Kodi)?
Dec
26
comment How does ps get the executable of processes of other users?
How do you make ps show the running executable? The "usual" output I get is /proc/<pid>/cmdline, which is a world readable file ...
Nov
26
answered Bash scripts ran from from gnome/nautilus don't have enviroment variables
Nov
17
reviewed Approve removing extensions in a column
Nov
8
comment Convert all non-JPG images to JPGs
@user8547: yes, that should work. I don't think convert will modify in place, but you can add a line right after the convert line rm ${FILENAME}, which will delete the original file.
Nov
7
comment Convert all non-JPG images to JPGs
@don_crissti: but the man page shipped with Debian does. So this feature still needs to spread it seems ... or the man page is broken. Documentation is not valued as much as it used to be.
Nov
7
comment Convert all non-JPG images to JPGs
@user8547: no, you forgot the * before the . and a ; after FILENAME and another ; after jpg. The newlines matter. Maybe your shell's manual can help you with these details ...
Nov
7
comment Convert all non-JPG images to JPGs
@user8547: if you are specifically looking to convert just all bmp and png images, you can use the while loop provided above, but replace ls | grep -v jpg$ with echo *.{bmp,png}. Within that echo statement, you can even complement the ,-separated list of extentions to include other formats as well.
Nov
7
comment Convert all non-JPG images to JPGs
@user8547: no, it won't. You need to iterate over all filenames, you cant just supply them all to mogrify.
Nov
7
answered Convert all non-JPG images to JPGs
Oct
31
asked Xen domU sort of ignores /etc/network/interfaces
Oct
29
reviewed Leave Open Unable to access SAMBA Share From Windows
Oct
29
comment Is it possible to run vlc as root?
If you actually did install vlc that way ... have you just tried running vlc as root? Why doesn't it work? What does happen when you try? What did you expect to go differently?
Oct
29
reviewed Close Is it possible to run vlc as root?
Oct
29
reviewed Edit Mint login screen: wrong keyboard layout
Oct
29
revised Mint login screen: wrong keyboard layout
Link to summary of all the layouts
Oct
26
comment Remote Xfce session in a separate console?
@Vasilly.Prokopyev: oh ... that's what you meant. Well, when setting up the ssh connection, you can add -L177:127.0.01:177 and -R6001:127.0.0.1:6001 to the ssh call, to make this work over SSH. However, in that scenario you could just install x2goserver on your desktop pc and x2goclient on your netbook. I do believe the client can be full screen.
Oct
25
revised Remote Xfce session in a separate console?
expanded answer