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Jul
20
comment How to make user passwords shown as a clear text in Linux?
Btw. very good to know how easy it is and where I have to look at if being afraid of a compromised system.
Jul
19
comment xkb ɛ with acute accent
Yes, should work.
Jul
19
comment Find a file which is 30 minutes old
I think he/she means was created 30 minutes ago. As if e.g. someone is X old, he/she was born X time ago.
Jul
19
comment How to make user passwords shown as a clear text in Linux?
Interesting, but doesn’t answer the main question, as derobert’s answer does.
Jul
19
comment How to make user passwords shown as a clear text in Linux?
This should be the accepted answer, because it answers the main question.
Jul
19
comment How do I Copy and Paste lines between a start and end keyword?
Can you tell me how to reword it? I am not English native speaker.
Jul
17
comment How do I Copy and Paste lines between a start and end keyword?
@Dani_l: Did you try it? Here it works as expected. Try it: Create file for i in 1 2 3 %packages 4 5 6 7 8 %end 9 10; do echo $i; done > file and use my command. You will get only the lines 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 which are between the tags.
Jul
17
answered How do I Copy and Paste lines between a start and end keyword?
Jul
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
9
comment How can I add a signature .png to a PDF in Linux?
+1 for your link to AskUbuntu.
Jul
5
comment How to save a command you entered without executing it?
@arielCo: Sorry, I just confused the keys. Yes it works! Thanks for the hint.
Jul
5
comment How to save a command you entered without executing it?
This only works with the real Esc key (on layer one of your keyboard layout) but not with a Esc sent from layer 4 of Neo keyboard layout.
Jul
2
comment How to play a G2M4 encoded .wmv file (Ubuntu)?
Sorry, I didn’t try it myself, as I am using Fedora which doesn’t have that problems, because Fedora uses bleeding edge software. Maybe somebody else can help. Write the author of the linked tutorial and upgrade your question or add a comment so that I can complete my answer. Thank you.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
8
comment How to play a G2M4 encoded .wmv file (Ubuntu)?
This wont help, as the Ubuntu release is to old.
Jun
8
revised How to play a G2M4 encoded .wmv file (Ubuntu)?
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Jun
8
comment How to play a G2M4 encoded .wmv file (Ubuntu)?
Instead of installing a new version of Ubuntu, you could just Install the Latest VLC 2.1.0 in Ubuntu 13.04 and Ubuntu 13.10. Just follow the instructions in the linked tutorial.
Jun
8
comment How to play a G2M4 encoded .wmv file (Ubuntu)?
To answer your questions of your edit: Ubuntu 13.04 doesn’t seem to support/include newer versions of vlc. See this comment here: Nota Bene – Ubuntu includes whichever VLC version was the latest at the time the Ubuntu release was frozen. You have to upgrade you version of Ubuntu, like suggested in my answer. Or find a newer version of vlc for your Ubuntu version.
Jun
8
revised How to play a G2M4 encoded .wmv file (Ubuntu)?
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Jun
6
answered How to play a G2M4 encoded .wmv file (Ubuntu)?