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comment What makes Ubuntu not totally Free Software?
Regarding Ubuntu One: Isn't any web broswer (say Firefox) really that different (ie a "a free client for a non-free web server")?
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comment where on the filesystem do user-generated system scripts go?
Well if it had been a user problem then the location would be in your home. So I was just checking here. It's a difficult question, but since apache uses it anywhere but your www directory seems wrong imho.
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comment where on the filesystem do user-generated system scripts go?
Is this a per-user problem or a global one?
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comment Format of /etc/hosts on Linux (different from Windows?)
Also "::1" is the ipv6 equivalent of 127.0.0.1 (which is for ipv4).
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accepted Find 'duplicate' mails in maildir when header differs slightly
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comment Find 'duplicate' mails in maildir when header differs slightly
For the most part this worked (finding many duplicates, but sadly not everything apparently [some with multiple daisy-chained SMTPids as it passed over multiple redirection]). But I also figured that I could just go to GMail and delete all the retrieved Mails (as I auto-labeled them anyway). So I did that and it re-downloading them via pop helped me clean out everything.
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comment process that only root can run
How do you communicate with the daemon? Sockets? Is redirecting the output to a log file only readable by root an option?
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asked Find 'duplicate' mails in maildir when header differs slightly
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answered How to tell if a running program is 64-bit in Linux?