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    To exit from X you can hold cntrl + alt +...

    To exit from X you can hold cntrl + alt + backspace.

    If you just want to leave X temporarily to get to a plain old terminal, you can do so by holding cntrl + alt and pressing F1-6. To get back...
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    What does this have to do with exams? The goal?...

    What does this have to do with exams? The goal?

    If you were more specific some one might be able to help.
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    forget the past

    'C:\' no longer applies.

    Partitions are not mounted as drives A-Z as they are in windows/dos. They are mounted at mount points(/, /usr, /home, /mnt/windows etc..) which, from the command line,...
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    why I said router

    The router can send to required information to the modem to get your connection established with or without a computer on your network. Some fancy modems will probably even connect themselves...
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    pcHDTV tuner cards

    Does anyone have any experience with the pcHDTV 2000 or 3000 cards made especially for GNU/Linux? Considering getting one. Would like to hear what others think about them though.

    see...
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    You just need to boot with the cd or floppies so...

    You just need to boot with the cd or floppies so your network card(assuming you have interent access from the network that is not dependent on the computer you are working on.. i.e. have a router),...
  7. Thread: Log files

    by compallday
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    I have had problems with this in the past, now I...

    I have had problems with this in the past, now I keep my log files on their own partition (as well as mail/news spools) just in case they get too large without my knowing. This is a good idea as...
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    esd will work

    You can use the enlightened sound daemon(esd). It is a "sound mixing server" that can combine input from multiple processes. There may be other ways to accomplish mixing, but this is pretty...
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    interesting...

    I'm not sure... how did you find this? Are there other months where it occurs?
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    linux version

    A file system for GNU/Linux based on GMail (GmailFS) has been around for some time
    http://richard.jones.name/google-hacks/gmail-filesystem/gmail-filesystem.html.

    Been wanting to try it, but...
  11. I'm not quite clear. Do you have to connect with...

    I'm not quite clear. Do you have to connect with both a phone modem and a cable modem or just a cable modem?

    There are AOL dialers for linux to enable linux users to use the non broadband...
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    check out ImageMagick

    imagemagick has a number of command line tools (convert, composite, identify, etc..) that can be used to do just about anything that you can do in photoshop... maybe not as easily though.

    I use...
  13. Thread: CAD

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    qcad is still open source

    The source code for QCad is still available and still under the GPL as of 2.0. Unfortunately though, it does not include the scripting module available on the full commercial version.

    The source...
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    fixed in 2.6.4

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    solved

    I've figured out my problem. --log-format is ignored when -n (dry run) is used.

    This is annoying for troubleshooting programs and a hinderance when writing programs that use rsync to just...
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    rsync log format, having trouble with

    I am having difficulty changing the format of rsync's output through the --log-format option. According to the man pages and many web pages the information rsync sends through to the log or stdout...
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    Why don't you use public key authentication? ...

    Why don't you use public key authentication? Then you won't need the password.

    here's a guide: http://zettai.net/Support/Howto/1099598279
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    okay.. I will use absolute paths then. Is...

    okay.. I will use absolute paths then.

    Is there anyway to set path from the makefile instead of in the C source file?
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    I don't want to have to include an absolute path...

    I don't want to have to include an absolute path in the source code. .. atleast I don't think I do.

    I would like to do whatever the standard accepted practice is.

    Could someone explain how...
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    data file paths after make install

    I have written a program in C that requires access to a number of data files. As I have it now the source contains the file name for each of these data files and the data files must exist in the...
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