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comment Obiaf Intel graphics drivers won't update - 404 not found
@Patrick - no I'm saying the URLs that this user was attempting to access were no longer available. Someone had taken down the files or they moved on the web server that was serving them. On this server the only Ubuntu distros that are supported are in the list I posted. That's not to say that these drivers won't work on other distros, but these ones were only meant for consumption by Ubuntu distros.
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comment setting mysql root password in CentOS 7
@CodeMed - don't be intimidated by meta, meta.unix.stackexchange.com. It's just like here except for asking Q's that are about the operation of the site.
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comment setting mysql root password in CentOS 7
@CodeMed - please ask Q's like this on our meta site.
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comment vlookup function in unix
The $1 and $2 in vlookup.awk are columns but we're only setting a[$1]==$2 when the FNR is equal to NR. See this example on SO for a better description of this method using awk: stackoverflow.com/questions/15065818/compare-files-with-awk.