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Feb
25
comment How can I get the root terminal to add myself into sudoers file so that I can act as root?
@Leiaz Yes, I had my terminology wrong. I meant root password.
Feb
25
comment How can I get the root terminal to add myself into sudoers file so that I can act as root?
Yes, the jakub should have the permissions indeed. I tend to think the debian release was simply broken - it can happen.
Feb
25
comment How can I get the root terminal to add myself into sudoers file so that I can act as root?
I used normal, non-graphic installation. I know the sudo password (I used same as my user password since it's just test virtual installation).
Feb
25
comment How can I get the root terminal to add myself into sudoers file so that I can act as root?
@Celada In democratic part of the world we are using the innocence presumption approach. It pays off, because if you implicitly assume somebody is doing bad things, he'll not use nice tone when talking to you, especially when he was not doing anything wrong. You could also notice that my installation is called DEBIANVPC.
Feb
25
comment How can I get the root terminal to add myself into sudoers file so that I can act as root?
Ok, but this is my fresh Debian installation. So I'm pretty damn supposed to configure it. Or do I have special Debian HQ permission to do so? Or are you trolling me? I'm very tired and I'm not posting here for fun.
Jun
20
comment Can I chain pgrep with kill?
Thanks a lot. I hope this will help other beginners too.
Jun
20
comment Can I chain pgrep with kill?
The fact that I got to know xargs is quite beneficial to me - more than any reputation I could get.
Jun
20
comment Can I chain pgrep with kill?
I wasn't only asking about because of those specific commands but also to get better understanding of the command chaining. But as I can see from the question score, questions meant to understand are unwelcome...
Jun
20
comment Running both sudo and nohup on a command
Nohup also still seems to leave the command blocking (eg. it doesn't return me back to the console immediatelly). Is that normal?
Jun
19
comment Is there apt-get for windows?
So, I have found a git hub repository. But the pain is endless - now I have found that I can't build the thing.
Jun
19
comment Is there apt-get for windows?
Thanks a lot for help. I have even succeeded mounting a pen drive to linux and generating .sig the files on it (not as simple as it may seem for beginner). However I can't seem to find any mention of the apt-offline windows download. The guide you linked to only contains link to some obscure site.
Jun
19
comment Is there apt-get for windows?
-bash: apt-offline: command not found. Seems I'm out of luck.
Jun
19
comment Is there apt-get for windows?
the files is the important part. Could you define what did you understand that is meant by the files?
Jun
19
comment Is there apt-get for windows?
Chocolatey is used for silent-installation of programs on windows. Not for downloading debian packages.
Jan
16
comment Reset running process when certain ammount of memory is consumed
I like this, I like this very much.
Jan
4
comment Can't connect to vsftpd, not even from localhost
Ah damn... Yes, you're right.
Nov
23
comment Linux isn't sure whether a file exists or not
Its so unfortunate, but I need 2 more reputation to be able to vote up your post :(
Nov
23
comment Linux isn't sure whether a file exists or not
Thank you, you vere absolutelly right. Now it's time to go to TS forums to find out, why i cannoct connect to the server using normal client. (telnet works just fine)
Nov
23
comment Linux isn't sure whether a file exists or not
Nope, seems that the filename does not contait any spaces on beginning or the end. It really is a little unlikely for software installer, but it surely was wort a try.