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accepted How to determine where an executable searches for a shared library?
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comment How to determine where an executable searches for a shared library?
Found it, created a symlink, and now the executable crashes with /home/dan/Apps/simutrans/simutrans: error while loading shared libraries: libbz2.so.1.0: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64. Looks like I got handed a 32 bit version.
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revised How to determine where an executable searches for a shared library?
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asked How to determine where an executable searches for a shared library?
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comment How to permanently swap esc and caps lock in xfce / xubuntu?
Cool, I'll give it a shot on my next reboot. Xmodmap doesn't quite work perfectly for me, I have to manually trigger it after switching keyboard languages, for example. I'm also not on XFCE anymore. That was cool, but I wanted more control at home (Arch) and better interop with the stuff my colleagues use at work (vanilla Ubuntu).
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comment What is the `editor` command in bash?
standards, sigh...
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comment What is the `editor` command in bash?
Ya, users will know what their editor is called, and I will just tell them to edit a particular file instead of showing a code example. I was on a roll with the code examples and I didn't realize that I was getting a little pedantic. It's too bad that Ubuntu doesn't set the $EDITOR variable, now I can't rely on that or the editor symlink.
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accepted What is the `editor` command in bash?
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comment Booting native Arch Linux on an Android device
Good to know, when I get my first tablet / smartphone, I will want a familiar Linux distro, installed cleanly. I know this isn't quite what you were asking for, but since there has been no response to the question, I hoped this Ubuntu example could be adapted for Arch. Maybe the files / bootloader installed by fastboot could be replaced? Or maybe I'm in over my head here. Good luck, and be careful!
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answered Best Disk Partitioning Scheme for a Linux-based Developer Machine