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bio website hugoguiroux.blogspot.fr
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French Computer Science Student.


Mar
21
awarded  Yearling
Apr
8
answered how to install older version of subversion in Linux Mint
Apr
5
revised About ncurses header file
bold useless
Apr
5
suggested suggested edit on About ncurses header file
Apr
2
comment How to resolve midgard2 already loaded?
Comment /etc/php5/apache2/conf.d/midgard2.ini, it's appear that now (I don't know since when), php extensions from aptitude is handled by php5enmod (who use 20-midgard2.ini.
Apr
2
answered How to resolve midgard2 already loaded?
Apr
2
answered Transfering files using ssh
Apr
2
comment How to make Linux application (all in one fille) installer?
I've edited my post
Apr
2
revised How to make Linux application (all in one fille) installer?
added 115 characters in body
Apr
2
answered how to execute commands (remote, asynchronous, pull)
Apr
2
answered How to make Linux application (all in one fille) installer?
Mar
28
comment Is there any command to enable/disable a php extension from command line?
Extension could also be added in conf.d/*.ini files. Maybe some modification needs to be done ?
Mar
28
comment How to properly use /usr/xpg4/bin/grep -F
Have you an example output you want to filter ?
Mar
27
comment Start different applications on second, third and fourth monitor
Are you using Gnome, Kde, awesome, other windows manager ?
Mar
27
comment How do I edit configuration variables returned by getconf?
What's the version of your kernel ? If you consider to use a lot of argument, maybe xargs is the solution ? What's your real problem ?
Mar
27
answered Key letters? Option letters? What are these things?
Mar
27
answered Read data from a pipe for a certain amount of time (in seconds)
Mar
27
comment Using xdg-open odt files
It's weird. Try simply to change default file inside your gnome file manager. Or see explainations here
Mar
27
answered Using xdg-open odt files
Mar
27
comment Is it possible to tell df to use /proc/mounts instead of /etc/mtab?
/proc/self is a symlink to /proc/CURPID/. So if you do an ls /proc, it's link to ls current PID. And /proc/mounts is a symlink to /proc/self/mounts. So basicly it's the same file.