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Aug
19
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Aug
19
comment Does my Ubuntu have module for USB 2.0?
lsusb is a good command and might help
Aug
11
comment xfce4 device automount / xfce4-gvfs-mount
solved but not sure how, just re-compiled the kernel and it started working again.
Aug
10
comment Is it possible to change Inode count on an ext4 filesystem?
I knew there was something in the works and seems to be working well thanks for the tip.
Aug
9
comment Which graphics board my OS is using?
If the only port is on the motherboard than both should be in use. I have heard of a gpu or 2 that only provides a gpu and ram for hpc but most have there own monitor ports. If your motherboard has it's own graphics chip than it should also have it's own monitor ports. Unless you have a vga monitor and only a DVI port on the motherboard or graphics card only. In this case you might be able to find a dvi to vga adapter if your graphics card supports it. Check here... newegg.com/Product/…
Aug
9
answered Is it possible to change Inode count on an ext4 filesystem?
Aug
8
comment xfce4 device automount / xfce4-gvfs-mount
GDM, and I have consolkit started and still no auto mount and still the same in the log files after I plug in my drive
Aug
8
revised xfce4 device automount / xfce4-gvfs-mount
edited title
Aug
8
comment xfce4 device automount / xfce4-gvfs-mount
gvfs is not functioning at all, my usb drives will not pop up even when I manually mount them under root
Aug
8
asked xfce4 device automount / xfce4-gvfs-mount
Aug
7
comment Difference between cp -r and cp -a
some people are looking for a better explanation to the man pages because it is not always clear what the description meant. I have had to dig many times and test/experiment to figure out what is really going on with a particular command. grep's man page can confuse me any day.
Aug
7
answered Difference between cp -r and cp -a
Aug
7
comment Are dash, ash and sh script 100% compatible?
I do not think ash is POSIX compliant but do not quote me on that
Aug
7
comment How to start a script file on boot?
true but was going for a simplistic response as usually do when it comes to ubuntu variants or as I call them windows of the Linux world.
Aug
7
comment Are dash, ash and sh script 100% compatible?
ash is a striped down form of bash
Aug
7
answered Rm can't delete file
Aug
7
answered How to start a script file on boot?
Aug
7
comment Output ls -l size field with digits grouped by thousands?
you can use the --block-size=1000 that would break the size field down
Aug
7
comment Output ls -l size field with digits grouped by thousands?
press "q" to quit btw, this took me a while to figure out when I first installed Red Hat when I was 10 lol
Aug
7
answered Output ls -l size field with digits grouped by thousands?