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The task may not be an easy one. You must first decide whether or not you are ready to be forced to dig into understanding the mechanics of a Linux system. Be aware that such non-standard usage of … any Linux distribution will potentially produce far more problems than can be experienced with standard PCs. Furthermore, the user base of such projects is incomparably smaller than in "standard" Linux
answered Nov 5 '11 by rozcietrzewiacz
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It must be possible, though I haven't come across any program to generate a file in this type of raw format. If you are just interested in how it works and what must be written do the device to have …
answered Aug 2 '11 by rozcietrzewiacz
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In short: because each distribution uses different approach to package management. They are simply not compatible. Management strategy that works best for Ubuntu will have little sense on Arch etc. A …
answered Oct 31 '11 by rozcietrzewiacz
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Adding to the answers already given, other places to set the variable would be: a file under /etc/env.d (shell-independent), /etc/bash/bashrc for bash users, /etc/zshenv or /etc/zprofile or /etc/zs …
answered Sep 15 '11 by rozcietrzewiacz
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The E class is not to be used. That is why the kernel does not permit setting such address. If you want a local IP, use one of the IP ranges designed for that purpose. Those are 10.0.0.0 – 10.255.255 …
answered Aug 28 '11 by rozcietrzewiacz
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Everyone uses what one finds best for a given task. This is almost completely individual, there cannot be a general answer. Linux users do not need to learn shell operations at all if they don't …
answered Sep 2 '11 by rozcietrzewiacz
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To get (or restore) the default config for any kernel, just run make defconfig in your kernel directory. For more options, issue make help.
answered Jul 28 '11 by rozcietrzewiacz
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You most certainly hit upon a bug in sort! If you had no spaces in the file, there would be no way to sort it properly: $ cat aaa a1 A1 a11 $ sort aaa a1 A1 a11 $ sort -k1,1 aaa a1 A1 a11 Even mo …
answered Sep 1 '11 by rozcietrzewiacz
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It depends on how you understand the term "managed code". As wikipedia describes it, this is generally a Microsoft concept, so no other platform could really be counted in. Otherwise, if you mean ge …
answered Oct 18 '11 by rozcietrzewiacz
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The static-text part displayed before prompt is found in /etc/motd. Motd stands for Message Of The Day (see man motd). Other than this, your startup (profile) file can execute something like the for …
answered Sep 1 '11 by rozcietrzewiacz
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Firstly, you should read man sudoers to know what you will be doing. With that understanding, log in as root (can be done via su - command) and run visudo. You will be editing a security-critical sy …
answered Jul 29 '11 by rozcietrzewiacz
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Have a look at man uname. You can compile and run 32-bit programs on a 64-bit machine (though this requires a special setup), but can't run 64-bit binaries on a 32-bit system. Same applies to many Vi …
answered Nov 16 '11 by rozcietrzewiacz
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As the page you refer to says, Upstart allows you to set environment variables which will be accessible to the jobs whose job configuration files they are defined in. The indicates that the vari …
answered Sep 15 '11 by rozcietrzewiacz
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You can't ask to be paid for the components that are GPL-licensed (this is even more restrictive in GPLv3). In general, what you can do is create your own distribution and try to get paid for the work …
answered Oct 22 '11 by rozcietrzewiacz
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Several people mentioned uzbl and I agree it is a nice choice - but you might find luakit even better. As Caleb already mentioned, you do not really need any window manager. Here's an example script …
answered Aug 14 '11 by rozcietrzewiacz

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