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The comments thread had a bunch of useful troubleshooting tips but it turned out the issue was with the browser. I recommend having a spare, 'pristine' browser for testing, so if your mimetypes are messed up, you can still check. The OP installed opera and it worked, when firefox didn't. In his shoes, I might consider purging firefox - which eliminates all ...


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My problem was that I was running the PHP files from Bluefish, which sent them to Firefox and appeared in the URL bar as file:///var/www/html/index.php. This is incorrect for PHP files to run on the local machine. Instead, the URL should've read: localhost/index.php. This reflects my index.php file stored in /var/www/html. This is the only way on the local ...


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Yes, it is possible to install the Java Runtime Environment and the Java web browser plugin in Linux. However, as you noticed, the proprietary Oracle JRE is not available in the Debian or Ubuntu repositories. Oracle revoked the ability for Linux distributions to redistribute Java packages in 2011 (see Ubuntu's and Debian's notifications). This leaves you ...


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You are wrong, both Windows and Linux always scan networks in background. What is different is how the LED is handled, for example on my laptop (Atheros AR9284 card) the LED doesn't light up at all in Windows, but always stays lit in Linux and a /sys/class/leds/ath9k-phy0 LED device is created. In my case, the /sys/class/leds/ath9k-phy0/brightness file ...


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There are a variety of types the shell/kernel can run. Setting the x (executable) bit on the file permissions will allow files contain known types to execute. You can test file type with the file command. If this identifies the file as unknown, it likely can't be run by name. Scripts can begin with a specially formatted comment known as a bang path. ...


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I had the same problem! Solution: go to System->Language remove Hebrew language (i make it, but may be it's not necessary, try before step 3 & 4) select English, United Stated and click Apply System-Wide logout and login.


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Bash doesn't set the interpreter based on the file extension. It uses the first line of the file, commonly referred to as the "shebang" or "crunchbang". This is what allows an executable python script to be run directly. Some examples: #!/bin/bash #!/usr/bin/python2 #!/usr/bin/env python #!/usr/bin/env ruby You should inspect these "stock scripts" and ...


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It depends from your distribution: you can do in 3 steps Edit the hostname-file of your distribution (see below) sudo nano /etc/hostname Give the commands: sudo hostname YOUR_NEW_HOSTNAME # to change it for this session hostname # just to check it After the edit the file /etc/hosts sudo nano /etc/hosts Debian/Ubuntu ...



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