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Dec
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awarded  Famous Question
Nov
15
accepted how to determine package name of a gui program/element
Nov
15
comment how to determine package name of a gui program/element
Ok whenever I open up the settings and check with ps -A | grep gnome-control-c I get a hit (closing removes it immediately) so it is the right process. I cannot find a package with that name though. It is gnome-control-center and I found it: packages.debian.org/stretch/gnome-control-center thanks!
Nov
15
comment how to determine package name of a gui program/element
I used system monitor before and had trouble finding the newly created process. your tip worked great. gnome-control-c is the new process. Nevermind, thats just copy paste... I used ps -A > test1.txt and ps -A > test2.txt and compared them online. That's why the copy paste process started
Nov
15
asked how to determine package name of a gui program/element
Mar
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accepted bash autocompletion resets on every window
Nov
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awarded  Notable Question
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
28
comment bash autocompletion resets on every window
i had no bash profile, so i created it with your entry. this did not work for me. seems like i could not recover the entire /home/ (I accidently deleted it a few days back: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/49080/undo-rm-r-restore-data ). maybe i should just save data and resetup the machine. thanks for your answer thou!
Sep
28
asked bash autocompletion resets on every window
Sep
26
awarded  Student
Sep
26
comment Undo rm -r, restore data
yep i just threw vmplayer away since it does not have a backupfunction while virtualbox has it. everything has been fixed.
Sep
25
comment Undo rm -r, restore data
mount: / is busy maybe i am too dumb. i used it just as you wrote it down with the comma : mount -o remount,ro /
Sep
25
comment Undo rm -r, restore data
ro /home/ wont work because he cannot find home. am i supposed to set it read only after the remount?
Sep
25
awarded  Scholar
Sep
25
awarded  Supporter
Sep
25
accepted Undo rm -r, restore data
Sep
25
comment Undo rm -r, restore data
thank you very much. i found an old backup (1 month old) on an external hdd which i may be able to use. i will try to backup my actual VM and then recover the work i did in this month. after that i will backup the recovered parts and add them with the old /home/ to get everything mashed together.
Sep
25
asked Undo rm -r, restore data