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comment How can I solve this error I get when I commit changes on an SVN repository from the Ubuntu terminal?
@Tobu, thanks! i didn't know about that trick. I've updated the answer to reflect that.
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revised How can I solve this error I get when I commit changes on an SVN repository from the Ubuntu terminal?
Don't need the extra '('
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answered How can I solve this error I get when I commit changes on an SVN repository from the Ubuntu terminal?
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revised Linux urldecode filename
SamB requested to put the whole thing together to do the rename.
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comment Linux urldecode filename
@SamB: left as an exercise for the reader :-)
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comment Webcam nightmare on LINUX
Any related messages on dmesg or /var/log/messages \ /var/log/syslog ?
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comment How can I sync the time on my dual-boot setup with Windows and (Fedora) Linux?
Open the file in question, change the line that says UTC=true to UTC=false, then reboot.
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answered How can I sync the time on my dual-boot setup with Windows and (Fedora) Linux?
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comment How to tar.gz everything but .jpg/gif/png/wmv/flv/tar.gz/zip?
Do you want to be a $ at the end there? Won't your egrep filter out jpg.txt?
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answered Linux urldecode filename
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revised Being as productive in Windows as in Linux
explain why Linux's PATH is more helpful than Windows
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comment Router on Ubuntu
And if you really want to use the command line / config file route: help.ubuntu.com/9.10/serverguide/C/network-configuration.html
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comment Router on Ubuntu
Here's one good resource: help.ubuntu.com/9.10/internet/C/…
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comment Linux urldecode filename
The idea here is to turn '+'s into spaces directly, and turn % signs into '\x' escapes, and then let echo interpret the \x escapes using the '-e' option. Try running "echo -e 'hello\x20world'" to see this in action.