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comment How do I make something launch graphically as root without going to the command line and running sudo?
Then your real problem is that your permissions are wrong. Ask a new question about how to get your permissions straightened out, and include the output of ls -ld $HOME. Also include the steps you take to edit a file.
Mar
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comment How do I make something launch graphically as root without going to the command line and running sudo?
You shouldn't need to be root to save everyday files. sudo should only be needed for things like system configuration files. What files are you trying to save that are giving you permission errors?
Feb
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comment How can I find how much of L1, L2 and L3 cache is used at any point of time?
What exactly do you mean by "used"? I would expect that they're always fully used in the sense that something is stored in them. (The processor might never need to reference a particular bit of data again, but it's not practical to predict which bits won't be used again.)
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comment Why does the “-or” flag to GNU find cause my expression to evaluate in an unexpected way?
Apparently, you don't understand precedence. Higher precedence means "binds tighter". The manpage says -and has higher precedence than -or, so "A -or B -and C" means "A -or (B -and C)".
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comment In Archlinux, it has a valid ip, but no connection could established
What does ip route say?
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comment ls --color=auto (dir colors) not working in one directory
According to the LS_COLORS you posted, the only bright green files should be executables. Post some ls -l output.
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comment ls --color=auto (dir colors) not working in one directory
If you have executables set to display bright green, then files with executable permission will display as bright green, regardless of whether they can actually be executed without error. To remove that highlighting, you'd need to fix their permissions.
Dec
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comment ls --color=auto (dir colors) not working in one directory
And if that doesn't explain it, post the output of echo $LS_COLORS and at least some of the ls -l output.
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answered ls --color=auto (dir colors) not working in one directory
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revised The background resets every time the system restarts
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answered Do we have more history for cd?
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comment Sourcing files in ZSH doesn't work
@Rob1NN, there's your problem. Windows editors tend to create files with Windows line endings (CRLF). Notepad++ can create Unix-style files (LF), but it's not the default.