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Apr
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revised problem with text added to pdf under Xournal after exporting to pdf
added a solution next to the alternative, fixed alternative formatting.
Apr
18
answered problem with text added to pdf under Xournal after exporting to pdf
Jan
13
comment Mount cifs Network Drive: write permissions and chown
Thank you very much for the explaination! It is very helpfull and I must say I respect that people like you are willing to help on the forums. For me samba works best if I create a new user, put a shared folder in it's home directory and then create a symbolic link to this folder in my main user's home directory. If I put shared folder anywhere outside of the new user's home directory I experienced lots of troubles.
Jan
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Jan
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comment Mount cifs Network Drive: write permissions and chown
One question. Why do we specify user two times? First we have username=... and then uid=...? If I have created a new user like useradd -s/bin/bash -m -g users dijak on host, should I use gid=users?
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Feb
6
accepted sed won't expand my BASH variable in script
Feb
6
comment sed won't expand my BASH variable in script
OK thank you I had to use eval and " " on the original path and not the edited. I mean who should know that I am forbidden to edit the path - in Linux whitespaces should be written as "\ " afterall... Not intuitive at all...
Feb
6
comment sed won't expand my BASH variable in script
Doesn't work...
Feb
6
comment sed won't expand my BASH variable in script
Putting eval in front does not work
Feb
6
comment sed won't expand my BASH variable in script
@Romeo. If I only add " ", then I get an error saying: sed: can't read /home/ziga/Dropbox/workspace/programi/eagle/projects/ISKRA/SLON\ -\ razsiritvena\ ploscica/v2.0/gerber/drill.TXT: No such file or directory but If I execute sed manualy it works - I do it like this: sed 's/\(^X[[:digit:]]*\)[[:digit:]]\(Y[[:digit:]]*\)[[:digit:]]/\1\2/' /home/ziga/Dropbox/workspace/programi/eagle/projects/ISKRA/SLON\ -\ razsiritvena\ ploscica/v2.0/gerber/drill.TXT
Feb
6
comment sed won't expand my BASH variable in script
@Hauke I meant script - I fixed the mistake. Romeo. No I haven't tried yet because usualy 'echo "$variable"' returns same as 'echo $variable'
Feb
6
revised sed won't expand my BASH variable in script
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Feb
6
asked sed won't expand my BASH variable in script
Feb
6
comment Coordinates X237595Y81600 to X2375Y8160
It works like a charm. Now please help me to understand sed. Is there any sed online trainer where i can input sed commands and it will show me what it does. I found a nice one for Reg. Exp. here: regexr.com
Feb
6
comment Coordinates X237595Y81600 to X2375Y8160
This anwser does what it is claimed to do. But I noticed now, that I need something else - take a look at the ADD.