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Awk - Print row if number is between column 1 and column 2

I have a file with data formatted like this. Input file "1930","1946","FOO","BAR","GREEN" "1949","1962","FOO","BAR","BLUE" "1970","1980","FOO","BAR","YELLOW" Numbers are not continuous, with some ...
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How do I make notifications for removable media hotplug to be temporary

In Gnome 3.16, when you connect a USB disk a notification pops up and stays until you dismiss it. This is annoying since the notification bubble is right in the top centre of the screen. I would ...
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Trying to set up game server(freebsd jail) inside Nas4free computer

So I've spent the past 2-3 hours trying to figure out how to set up a server for one of my games on my nas box. I've looked into doing a jail and installing freebsd inside it. That didn't workout and ...
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How to install RHEL 7 through pendrive?

I have 7gb RHEL 7 image file. I used UniBoot to make pendrive bootable. But when i try to install during startup of pc, grub screen comes every time. What to do??
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Speakers don't un-mute after muting the audio

I recently installed Bluedevil on my Fedora 21 XFCE notebook to be able to use my AS-600 bluetooth headphones, and they worked pretty well, the problem now is that whenever I mute the audio by running ...
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Sequential process execution? [on hold]

How do I create multiple processes and run them in a certain sequence? The scheduler should not switch context. I am running a set of at least hundred programmes which must repeat after sometime while ...
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“Unable to find expected entry 'main/binary-i386/Packages' in Release file”

I added a third party repository and now I'm seeing this warning while updating my packages list: W: Failed to fetch http://codezen.org/debian/dists/sid/Release Unable to find expected entry ...
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Moved CentOS VM From One Server To Another; Networking Issues

I was running a CentOS box on a VMware server and I had to move it off to another server. Since booting up on the new server, I have been experiencing networking issues. On boot, I receive the ...
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“Call to undefined function session_start() /blah/file line 2”

I ran a normal update portsnap fetch update && portmaster -Da which ran without error. I have not been able to restore sessions since. error: Fatal error: Call to undefined function ...
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In the Fish shell, how can I join an array with a custom separator?

I have an array whose elements may contain spaces: set ASD "a" "b c" "d" How can I convert this array to a single string of comma-separated values? # what I want: "a,b c,d" So far the closest I ...
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File joining script on android device [on hold]

I'm seeking for help in part of a java\android project I'm working on I need a bash script that can run on an android device, I don't have enough understanding of bash language so I'm asking for a ...
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What are potential problems for installation scripts modifying .bashrc [on hold]

Some software packages advices you to make an alias for a certain program,... in other words modifying the ~/.bashrc, ~/.profile files. Little of these packages have an installation script that make ...
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Lightning calender add-on will not change to month view

On my Raspberry Pi which is running Raspbian I installed Icedove and got the Thunderbird calender add-on (Lightning). When I opened it for the first time it came up in week view, and since I like to ...
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Running daemon as regular application

There are tools that enable one to run a console command or a console application as a daemon. To "daemonize" it, so to say. Is there a way to run a daemon as a regular console application? I'm ...
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Booting Windows from GRUB rescue

I tried installed Xubuntu via YUMI and I restarted my PC – the GUI for YUMI came up and I tried to carry on the installation by tabbing down to 'Linux Distributions' and there was nothing ahead but ...
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How to solve the problem of PostgreSQL service doesn't start?

This is about Metasploit Framework. root@kali:~# service postgresql start [....] Starting PostgreSQL 9.1 database server: main[....] The PostgreSQL server failed to start. Please check the log ...
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How to copy a file partially?

I have a broken disk where I need to copy a 60G file from. From time to time the disk resets and I can't finish the copy. I would like to try and copy partial slices and put them all together. ...
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Pixelated display after run “sensors-detect”

I have a Lenovo y50-17 laptop with Mint linux installed. I started by doing sensors-detect, which I've done on computers in the past. I know I should have stuck with the defaults, but I didn't. ...
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sshd not starting after boot on embedded linux built with buildroot?

I've done a minimal install using buildroot's default config for the Raspberry Pi. I also selected openssh and openssl from menuconfig: Package Selection for the target ---> [*] Networking ...
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Why xterm displays 256 colors (not xterm-256color)?

Could someone explain this? I'm using gnome-terminal. First, some information: # echo $TERM xterm # infocmp xterm Reconstructed via infocmp from file: /lib/terminfo/x/xterm colors#8, cols#80, it#8, ...
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How do I get Skype to work on my Asus Eee1000 PC?

I have Skype 2 on an old Asus Eee1000 PC I just bought but it doesn't work on the Linux software that came installed with it anymore. Is it now too old to receive a working version of Skype? (2008)
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Disable anti-flooding in inspIRCd

How do I go about disabling anti-flooding in inspIRCd? It is only an annoyance on a private chat. No anti-flooding modules are enabled and all flooding-limits have been set to maximum - yet it still ...
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Giving permissions to user for samba RPI

I am using Samba to share a folder on a USB drive from my Raspberry Pi and it works except for the permissions. From my windows computer, I cannot write to the folder with the issue: I am following ...
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How to put the “yes” program into the background?

When I activate the yes program, it does not react to the CTRL+Z pause (nor to CTRL+C to stop it). I know no other ways to run a program in the background than using CTRL+Z and then a bg.
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Linux Mint 17.1 Rebecca - “import from file” when setting up VPN [on hold]

Trying to setup VPN in Linux Mint 17.1 and when going through the network manager when I click the + button add a new connection type, then select VPN it only has an option to import files? When ...
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Icon not visible on tint2 and openbox

I have a problem with icons on my tint2 panel and in openbox. I changed the icon pack to be Numix via "Customize the look and feel" option which comes with Archbang. Now I can see all icons in ...
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Monodevelop Unhandled Exception on start

I am trying to do some CSharp development on my Laptop running Fedora 21 Workstation. Monodevelop was the only IDE I could find for CSharp, but when I try to start MonoDev from the applications menu, ...
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Syslog flooded with “pci 0000:00:14.4: PCI bridge to [bus 04” messages, what's going on here?

I operate an HP Microserver N54L for offsite backups operated by Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (running Linux 3.16), which I recently equipped with an HP MicroServer Remote Access Card 615095-B21. Since plugging ...
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cp says it's removing files, but shouldn't be

Making a quick backup: root@guilmon:/mnt/backup/guilmon/home# cp -uvfrx --preserve=all /home/rena/ . The output is surprising - some files are said to be removed! removed ...
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SD-Card doesn't work anymore

I have a SD-Card and it doesn't work anymore. If I enter dmesg, this console will show this: [ 646.467407] mmc0: new SD card at address d555 [ 646.468578] mmcblk0: mmc0:d555 SD032 30.6 MiB [ ...
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fedup crash after upgraing 20 to 21

I have installed Fedora 20 + windows 7 dual boot device. I tried to upgrade using fedup --network 21 --product=workstation . After rebooting lxpolkit crashed. Now network manager isn't working. I ...
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CF HACKING and SHELL EXECUTION [on hold]

Ok guys and gals, I have a CF Server query... I have uploaded a shell to the server and have the cmd line at my disposal. I need to locate a particular file on the system and copy it off. How do I ...
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Regex for surrounding every word that contains & with $…$

I am thinking what is a robust approach for this. I try to match unsuccessfully by: [A-Za-z]*&[A-Za-z]* Which returns: so the mistake in \\&\hskip environment. How can you match ...
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How to use jobs command and view results

I am using Ubuntu 14.04 and I am trying to view the list of running jobs using the jobs command yet there is no results shown and when I enter "man jobs" the shell responds that there is no such ...
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How to add shortcut to Cinnamon taskbar

I am using Ubuntu 14.04 with Cinnamon desktop. After trying to create a shortcut for a PDF file to Cinnamon's Taskbar, I found maybe I should have searched for a folder containing the Taskbar's ...
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yaboot: How to load Debian8 netboot installation images directly from the boot: prompt?

I have an iBook G4 and have Debian 8 (Jessie) installed on it. Yesterday I did something stupid (messed up yaboot.conf and ran ybin) and now the system cannot boot up. The old Debian 8 was installed ...
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set my system date & time via terminal

I don't why a + sign appears in the my program: <ns1:ST>2015-05-23T18:00:00+04:00</ns1:ST> <ns1:ET>2015-05-23T18:15:00+04:00</ns1:ET> this is when I run the program in my ...
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Custom ubuntu install to enable wifi on inspiron-1501 w/o wired ethernet

I am helping a small non-profit install ubuntu on some (40) donated inspiron's. To get wifi running I need to install some additional packages: b43-fwcutter firmware-b43-installer. I would ...
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xkb: make ctrl+backspace behave as delete

How can I map ctrl+backspace to behave as delete key with xkb? I can remap a single key on /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/pc but can't figure out how to do the combination. My OS is Ubuntu 15.04
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How to run Ubilinux / u-boot under qemu (x86)

I wish to test Ubilinux (http://www.emutexlabs.com/ubilinux) before flashing it onto my Intel Edison board, which currently has Yocto on it. I am able to emulate Yocto for Edison with qemu, running ...
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Checking if a specific key is pressed in shell script [on hold]

Is there a way I can check if a specific key is pressed in a shell script which is running in background. Consider I am running a shell script which has to play a play list of songs as soon as I press ...
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Comparing a bunch of files on different folders

I have two folders with 200 txt files each, all files named like file1.txt, file2.txt, file3.txt, etc., on both folders. Is there a way to use one command to compare file1 in both folders, file2 in ...
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How to execute a remote command to an existing ssh session

I'm trying to get basic informations on my local machine from ssh connections. The purpose here is to get the current user, hostname, current working directory in my tmux status bar. I've enabled ...
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How to hold terminal open (excepting gnome-terminal)?

I find useful the gnome-terminal feature of editing (and creating) profiles with the option of holding the terminal open after the command exists. (I like to use context menu file manager to run ...
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Returning last-written file, containing particular sub-string in file name?

Whilst monitoring logging I have to go to my log files, order by written date, so I can then see the name of the log file for the most-recent execution of my application. Is there any way, given a ...
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Change the JRE/JDK used by tomcat6

I need to change the JRE used by my tomcat6 server, because I've a JSP App which has compiled classes whith JDK 1.8.0_45. Then since I had JRE 1.8.0_40 (and being it used by tomcat), I got a faulire ...
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Making an ISO of MBR + X amounts of partitions

I am trying to make an ISO of a Windows Backup disc that I "burned" to my microSD card, which I did in desperation due to lack of HDD storage at the time. Now I want to get it out of there and onto ...
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“The call to bind() failed” when starting ELinks

When I start ELinks ("links"), I get the following error message, which repeated five times, with a pause after each time. Then ELinks starts normally, and works fine as far as I can tell. ERROR at ...
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e2fsck repairing an ext4 file system - how to enforce ext4 features?

I have a huge (1.5 TB) corrupted disk with an ext4 fs. The master superblock (and journal) are corrupt, so I am trying to repair it using e2fsck -f -b 7962624 -y /dev/sdb1 Now, the first thing ...
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About Libre Office Writer getting slow in Debian

I have recently installed Linux Debian and I have copied from an old windows-xp pc some .doc(word documents) archives. When I first opened them, they ran smoothly-just fine. 1) When I changed them to ...

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