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  1. [SOLVED] Hi enricomicas Some thing like echo...

    Hi enricomicas
    Some thing like
    echo "Date-Time " $(date +%d/%m/%y-%T) >> ./.bash_profile should give you a 'right now' date time stamp.
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    To get just the list, without the versions, one...

    To get just the list, without the versions, one can run; as root.

    #yum list all | awk '{ print $1 }' | sort -u > list-of-installs

    You must still remove the 'kernel' items from the list so as...
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    I have been looking for a way to do this. ...

    I have been looking for a way to do this. Thanks. Install all packages in one go :
    Code:

    su -
    yum -y install $(cat packages_list)
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    Hi jraglin Excellent summary. Thanks... Robert

    Hi jraglin
    Excellent summary. Thanks...
    Robert
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    Hi One can type the '!' and the first letters...

    Hi
    One can type the '!' and the first letters [!mk] for mkdir (unique letters if possible) of the command in history. If there are more than one in history it will run the one last used in the...
  6. Hi woliale When I issue the command you...

    Hi woliale
    When I issue the command you mentioned I initially get a Black Screen and then it immediately Reboot. My version currently is 2.6.32.11-99.fc12.x86_64. Cheers...
    Robert
  7. Hi wolaile

    Hi
    I assume you mean error messages. Try <dmesg | more> as root (#dmesg | more). It should show any info which should get logged. Most distros have the dmesg function.
    Cheers...
    Robert
  8. Hi I used Ghost for years. Of late I have...

    Hi
    I used Ghost for years. Of late I have been using Clonezilla. I have backed up and restored full systems and individual partitions of everything from Win 2k, WinXP, Win 7 and all of my many...
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    Hi dine874 Are you using ...

    Hi dine874
    Are you using <fortune-mod> (disregard the brackets)? If not use your package manager to get and install it. It has many sayings in it which are cool. If you are using these already...
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    Hi ed91270 Hi. It would appear to me that if...

    Hi ed91270
    Hi. It would appear to me that if you want to parse a file and enter a line, as you mention after the last instance of <bar>, you must parse the file twice. Once to locate the last...
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    Hi Tarun_Thakur Run command (discard...

    Hi Tarun_Thakur
    Run command <lsmod> (discard brackets). This will give you a list of all modules in Memory at this time. The Linux Kernel is fairly adept at dealing with memory in an efficient...
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    Hi mehtalalit I notice that there is a decimal...

    Hi mehtalalit
    I notice that there is a decimal and a space prior to your script invocation. The . is unnecesary, but if you do have it it must precede the / with no space between them. Because...
  13. Hi RSE Put the following into your menu.lst...

    Hi RSE
    Put the following into your menu.lst (or possibly grub.conf) near the first of the active section of your menu.lst.
    timeout=8
    Possibly just after
    default=0
    Move rootnoverify...
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    Hi wakatana Essentially what you say is...

    Hi wakatana
    Essentially what you say is correct. Awk is a language, which like so many others, has evolved over the years. It is somewhat dependant on your particular implementation but they all...
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    Hi gordonthecat First remove .X0-lock as...

    Hi gordonthecat
    First remove .X0-lock as root. Second will the backup run from a console as root after you erase the lock file (remember you will have to make the lock file writeable if you want...
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    Hi gordonthecat Can you, as root, post the...

    Hi gordonthecat
    Can you, as root, post the results of . All cron jobs should be set out in the crontab file, which this will show. It appears that a lock has been put on X, probably in <.X0-lock> ....
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    The above ';' will work but only as a separator...

    The above ';' will work but only as a separator NOT at the end of the assignments. ie. Not required just before the <} {if> conditional. If you are writing callable scripts, an end of line works...
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    Hi littledrop I assume you are looking for a...

    Hi littledrop
    I assume you are looking for a GUI type tool but there are two command line interface tools that can be used namely <ifconfig> and <route>. I have used invocations such as <ifconfig...
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    Hi wakatana The first invocation is a classic...

    Hi wakatana
    The first invocation is a classic way of calling 'awk' . It is syntactically correct and hence gives a reliable result.
    Remember the use of ';' essentially terminates a command (...
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    Hi vladimir Try the following command in...

    Hi vladimir
    Try the following command in lieu of what you had.

    tar cpjf -C / media/USB-DRIVE/ubu_091008.tar.bz2 --directory=/ \ in place of what you had {tar cpjf...
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    Hi voleynik You could try removing the '/'...

    Hi voleynik
    You could try removing the '/' after '--directory=' ie it might read '--directory= \' instead of '--directory=/ \' .
    If you wish to retain leading \ (slash) use Option :
    -P,...
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    Hi DaCalebMan Look at [sdc] Assuming drive...

    Hi DaCalebMan
    Look at [sdc] Assuming drive cache: write thru - Ubuntu Forums . I think it is similar to your problem.
    Cheers....
    Robert
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    Hi alwise17 Although closed (solved) it may...

    Hi alwise17
    Although closed (solved) it may help in your case.
    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/gentoo-linux-help/119688-solved-etc-init-d-net-eth0-stopped-working.html
    I also believe it was...
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    Hi MattS At the same place you ran the 'fdisk'...

    Hi MattS
    At the same place you ran the 'fdisk' command run the following. fsck /dev/sda4 and this will check your filesystem on the Ubuntu Partition. It should also fix any errors if corruption...
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    Hi jmadero I just installed Amarok and now I...

    Hi jmadero
    I just installed Amarok and now I remember why I abandoned it. I am unable to play CDs. It comes up with an error. See attachment. I am using F11 for some reason I am unable to play...
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