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The switch is a capital S and you will need php 5.4 or above. php -S localhost:4444 WebContent/


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In General The Linux Journal has a pretty good article: From bash's man page: ... A full search of the directories in PATH is performed only if the command is not found in the hash table. If the search is unsuccessful, the shell searches for a defined shell function named command_not_found_handle. If that function exists, it is invoked with the ...


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For my default US English Ubuntu 14.04 setup it's located under System Settings -> Personal -> Text Entry. Looks like IBus is set as the IME under Language settings, might be different if you have a different IME installed.


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When you install docker.io package, the guide tells you to create symlink to /usr/bin/docker.io in /usr/local/bin/docker. Then if you try to install latest version of Docker from docker.io repo, lxc-docker - the installation will remove /usr/bin/docker.io and symlink becomes invalid. What you need to do to get it working again is to point symlink to ...


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It seems to me that for some reasons the folder /media/myname/drivename had been existed for some reasons at the moment when you once turned your machine so the system created new one. As you can see it holds root privileges but it's not using any longer and the size is 0. So I think you can just remove it with root privileges: sudo rm -r ...


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If all variables (apart from $REMOTE_HOST) are available in the environment on your remote server you can try: ssh $REMOTE_HOST 'echo sed "s|export ${KEY}=${VAL}|export ${KEY}=${NEW_VAL}|" "$ENV_FILE"' And if everything looks fine, remove echo. Update With local variables: ssh $REMOTE_HOST "echo sed \"s|export ${KEY}=${VAL}|export ${KEY}=${NEW_VAL}|\" ...


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The answer is in the error message, but perhaps obscure. You are unable to resolve the various URLs listed. Probably because you have no Internet connection at all. Start with a ping to see if this is true: ping kernel.org or any other well-known host like 8.8.8.8 If you get no ping, then try dhclient eth0 ( assuming you are connected to eth0 ) to get a ...


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System->Administration->Disk Utility Click on the hard drive name under "Storage Devices". Highlight the partition you want to mount under "Volumes". Click "Mount Volume" Now you will see the partition in the file browser (Nautilus).


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The easiest solution is to install DKMS on the server, which syncs time and does a lot of other useful things. This works on my OSX system, running VirtualBox with an Ubuntu VM Guest. All I needed to do was run this on my VM: sudo apt-get install virtualbox-guest-dkms sudo reboot People may need different packages specific to their linux flavor. Ubuntu ...


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Ok, I ditched Microsoft and change my household computers and laptops to Ubuntu 14.04 :) After a week long searching the internet how to get a static ip-address on Ubuntu 14.04 I finally found a way ... It seems the network-manager is overwriting (or by-passing) my /etc/network/interfaces every single time, I thought of removing it but decided on trying to ...


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Could prove risky if something goes wrong but basically just change your grub (check /boot/grub/grub.cfg) to include also that kernel version in the menu and put it as the default kernel (change the set default="0" to point to your 2.6 entry). And do a reboot and hope it comes back! You could explore the "boot once" grub option to do just one boot in 2.6.x. ...


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Answer: You need to change the range of IPs that your VPN server is assigning to your remote clients. The range of IPs you have selected conflict with consumer grade (home/soho) routers - they normally assign DHCP clients the same range of IPs that your VPN server is assigning (192.168.0.x). As a result, your clients are sending requests destined for your ...


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I've never been able to determine a rhyme or reason to this phenonma, but this is why they started using UUIDs in fstab, instead of device names like /dev/sda1. you can find the UUIDs of your disks with the command: sudo ls -al /dev/disk/by-uuid Then in your /etc/fstab, change any lines starting with /dev/sdXX to start with A UUID= parameter like: ...



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