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May
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comment Check wireless card manufacturer and model in Linux Mint 11
Try something like lspci -vq | grep -i wireless -B 1 -A 5 to look only for wireless cards.
May
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comment Can I set up KiTTY to send F7 press instead of bringing up Print dialogue when F7 button is pressed?
If you're looking for kitty.ini on Windows, I found mine in `C:\Users\...\AppData\Roaming\KiTTY`.
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comment Search which man sections contain a given entry
Sorry for any confusion; I only mentioned Cygwin because I turned to it after my lack of success with Linux (CentOS) systems. My question remains focused on Linux. I just tried the commands on an Ubuntu system and they worked beautifully. (And after creating the whatis database in Cygwin, even the man -a -f works, too.) Thanks!
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comment Search which man sections contain a given entry
Oops, now it makes so much more sense. Thanks!
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comment Search which man sections contain a given entry
The latter (man -a -w) works beautifully for me with cygwin, but I'm still having trouble with my Linux systems... although I think that may be specific to those systems. But even on cygwin, the former (man -a -f) yields nothing appropriate (its own words).
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comment Search which man sections contain a given entry
Thanks for the tip! Unfortunately, whatis returns either nothing appropriate or manpath is null (despite that it isn't) on the systems I'm using right now. And I've read that Wikipedia page before, but as it makes clear, different systems have different sections, and I'm not sure how to check which ones are present except by brute force.
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Nov
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comment What is the best file format/bit rate to rip tracks from a CD into iTunes?
Even though I personally use VBR MP3s, your statement that they play on all hardware is not entirely correct. Some older mp3 players don't understand VBR -- although I've only ever had problems with a couple files I didn't encode myself on my very old iPod mini.
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