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Mar
30
revised Ubuntu: I cannot reach internet
added 256 characters in body
Mar
30
comment Ubuntu: I cannot reach internet
Try rebooting. Try traceroute to see what is going wrong.
Mar
30
answered Ubuntu: I cannot reach internet
Mar
30
answered Bridging two virtual machines on difference bridges
Mar
29
comment Bridging two virtual machines on difference bridges
Why don't you connect them to the same bridge? Having the two VM's and two bridges on the same subnet may also cause routing problems. Try changing the third octect for vm2/br2 to 1.
Mar
8
answered why /etc/cron.hourly/myjob not working?
Feb
10
awarded  Scholar
Feb
10
accepted lxde stop auto maximize vertical when moving window to right edge of screen
Feb
9
comment lxde stop auto maximize vertical when moving window to right edge of screen
Another thing I didn't know was running was a hot corner script called hotcorn. If you move your cursor to the top left, it takes your windows, vertical maxes them and tiles them across the X axis. One more thing to remove from autostart.
Feb
8
awarded  Student
Feb
8
revised lxde stop auto maximize vertical when moving window to right edge of screen
Added where the text file is if user doesn't like GUI.
Feb
8
answered lxde stop auto maximize vertical when moving window to right edge of screen
Feb
8
revised lxde stop auto maximize vertical when moving window to right edge of screen
edited tags
Feb
8
asked lxde stop auto maximize vertical when moving window to right edge of screen
Feb
5
answered Mounting efi disk on external USB
Dec
23
answered How to make grep return value without comma
Aug
27
comment Unable to get actual row counts because of carriage-return embedded in values:
So how are you supposed to tell the end of a record vs the end of a line? If the file is really only 8 records long, modify the file to get rid of extra line endings.
Aug
26
revised Grep lines but let the first line through
Used sleep command to have things written in correct order.
Aug
26
comment Grep lines but let the first line through
Anonymous edited my post and it does not work for me. df -h | tee >(head -n 1) | grep ^/dev
Aug
13
awarded  Critic