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answered Disable header/footer printing from Chrome
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answered Searching major search engines with text such as <%#
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suggested rejected edit on Programs on startup in Linux
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comment export not working for *NIX mail script
I have the same problem with Mutt 1.4.2.2i
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comment What are some options for transfering large files without using the Internet?
See also en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sneakernet
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comment How to search for one of two similar strings in Vim?
Actually, the brackets create a character class. plan[ABC] matches planA, planB, and planC equally well.
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comment Using VIM keys in shell (zsh or bash)
set -o vi doesn't work for me. I'm on CentOS 5.x.
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comment How can I batch convert SVG files containing text to PDF files (specifically on CentOS 5.3 x86_64)?
Interesting. I'd like to know more. The repository seems to have been relocated to svn.ghostscript.com/ghostscript/trunk/ghostpdl. However, I looked around and did not find gsvg.exe.
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accepted What port needs to be open for Debian to get updates?
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comment What port needs to be open for Debian to get updates?
Thanks! I'll rephrase that for anyone (like me) that might not have caught all of that on the first read . . . Two ports are necessary for a default Debian install to get updates: the DNS lookup port (typically 53) and the HTTP port (typically 80). However, you can also disable the DNS lookup port if you put any needed domain names with their IP addresses in your /etc/hosts file.