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Please don't use this tag just because your system is running Ubuntu. Use it _only_ if your question is somehow specific to Ubuntu only. Note that https://askubuntu.com is specifically dedicated to Ubuntu questions.

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There is no file called Makefile in your current directory. Either switch to the correct directory or specify the differently named makefile by passing the -f parameter to make, e.g. make -f MyMakefil …
answered Mar 7 '13 by scai
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You can still install any package via dpkg -i package.deb after downloading it with wget from packages.ubuntu.com. And even if dpkg is broken, you can unpack the .deb with ar and then copy the content …
answered Aug 20 '12 by scai
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Downloaded packages are stored in /var/cache/apt/archives/. If you want to install the same version again, no network connection is required. Over time this cache can grow very large, so you should ca …
answered Sep 5 '12 by scai
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The perf tool is directly shipped with the kernel and located under the tools/perf/ directory.
answered Sep 26 '13 by scai
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Here is a script to print the total CPU usage for each user currently logged in, showPerUserCPU.sh: own=$(id -nu) cpus=$(lscpu | grep "^CPU(s):" | awk '{print $2}') for user in $(who | awk '{print $ …
answered Mar 20 '14 by scai