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Sep
23
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
21
comment Put the XFCE extended dektop on the right-side monitor
no, this does not work. The second command brings LVDS1 back on and to the left of VGA1, but it shows the the primary part of the desktop.
Jul
21
asked Put the XFCE extended dektop on the right-side monitor
Jul
11
asked setup sudoers to mount network shares and loop devices and misc
Jul
11
comment What sudoer spec allows users to mount cifs shares?
does this work??
Apr
30
comment bash color echo : problem with '-n' option
This solution print in black '-n ' at the left of the text I want to print coloured.
Apr
30
comment bash color echo : problem with '-n' option
this solution puts a trailing newline even when I use 'echo -n'.
Apr
30
comment bash color echo : problem with '-n' option
what about printing text without the trailing newline? I tried your solution, using the -n option for echo makes the same problem as I had with my code.
Apr
30
asked bash color echo : problem with '-n' option
Apr
30
awarded  Supporter
Apr
30
accepted bash function to handle file through symlink : problem with command line arguments
Apr
30
comment bash function to handle file through symlink : problem with command line arguments
seems to work perfectly.
Apr
30
comment bash function to handle file through symlink : problem with command line arguments
Right! I understood what happened now.
Apr
30
awarded  Editor
Apr
30
revised bash function to handle file through symlink : problem with command line arguments
added 17 characters in body
Apr
29
asked bash function to handle file through symlink : problem with command line arguments
Jun
8
awarded  Scholar
Jun
8
comment Grub2 adding a new Linux distro
slackware is shipped with a kernel named "huge"; everything in it is compiled as non-module. It doesn't need an initrd.
Jun
8
accepted Grub2 adding a new Linux distro
Jun
7
comment Grub2 adding a new Linux distro
@sourcejedi: you should put your comment as an answer; This is the right one; I replaced the UUID by the traditional device name (/dev/sdx#) and it works fine. The initrd was not done and it needs the system to be booted with the same kernel to make it.