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accepted Updated Fedora 18 - no sound devices, just dummy output
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comment Updated Fedora 18 - no sound devices, just dummy output
When booting up 3.6.11-1.fc17.x86_64 everything's restored to normal. Is there anything I should try out now, in order to make sound work with the most recent kernel ?
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accepted Fedora 16 fails to boot after Win7 installed a GPT Drive
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comment Fedora 16 fails to boot after Win7 installed a GPT Drive
Thank you for your input, I guess it really is a good idea to upgrade now.
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comment Why can't I get the exit values of a command in this bash script?
I see, but isn't the && still wrong there?
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revised Why can't I get the exit values of a command in this bash script?
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accepted Why can't I get the exit values of a command in this bash script?
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comment Why can't I get the exit values of a command in this bash script?
Okay, thank you very much for your help :)
Jun
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comment Why can't I get the exit values of a command in this bash script?
I get it, thanks for clearing that up
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comment Why can't I get the exit values of a command in this bash script?
I see, and without the && after the ffmpeg command it actually works. I still have one more question, if it's okay at this place - is there a way to display the stdout and stderr of ffmpeg somewhere without using a terminal window? Like in zenity f.e.