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comment exim4 on debian 7.8 sent mail never arrives @gmail
Your mail was probably marked as spam by gmail, so you will find it in your spam folder. This is because gmail apply filters even based on the originating IP address and mark spam mails from dialup lines. Try to add your From addree in google contact, this could lower the probability of marking spam your message. Or add SPF and/or DKIM in order to make stronger trust on your email server.
Feb
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comment Locale environment variable settings do not take effect
Let's understand if this is related to ssh: if you connect via ssh with a different user, then export locale variables, then su - to root, does it keep the locale settings?
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answered Ignore files when building debian package
Apr
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comment gs can't find the proper font
I read once again all your output, and now I think that there is no error there: the font substitution are required by your Fontmap.GS file, and the Arial fonts, once it is not found internally by gs, it is found querying the operating system. So, just to be sure: could you please better explain what the error is supposed to be?
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comment gs can't find the proper font
gs open a file called fontmap. This is normally present in your gs library directory (search it with find). This file contains complete font names and their definition file. Some information on how to add fonts to gs is available at linux.about.com/library/howto/font/blfont5.htm
Apr
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comment gs can't find the proper font
Do you have these fonts installed? Are Times New Roman and Times New Roman,Bold available on the system?
Apr
27
comment Why sudo won't remember my password?
I am working daily on the same system you described. A few days ago was thinking that sudo was acting differently the on previous Debian version, but then I realized that I was using sudo on many different xterms. Are you having the problem when running two next commands in the same terminal window?
Apr
27
comment Unable to remove the files from an usb drive (neither by dd /dev/zero nor by rm -r)
@AvinashRaj the file system cannot be mounted in read/write since its type is iso9660. This file system is always in read only.
Apr
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comment Unable to remove the files from an usb drive (neither by dd /dev/zero nor by rm -r)
This cannot work: iso9660 is a read-only file system type.
Apr
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answered Unable to remove the files from an usb drive (neither by dd /dev/zero nor by rm -r)
Feb
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comment bash howto script - if no answer or mutliline answer
Is it a question about words or lines? If you get a line with many word in bar, is it accepted?
Feb
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comment bash howto script - if no answer or mutliline answer
@StephaneChazelas right, so you will have a counter of words, while I think the question is about a counter of lines.
Feb
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comment bash howto script - if no answer or mutliline answer
And, I think this is not working for multiline texts. This is working for a single line with many words; is this the requested behaviour?