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Oct
28
comment How do I find and kill remote processes in Linux?
@ewanm: I am not exactly sure what a forkbomb is or why I cannot execute any commands on the machine any more. Whenever I do anything, (ls, pwd, etc...) I get the error: "No more processes." I am getting the impression I am not going to be able to solve this problem on my own.
Oct
28
comment How do I find and kill remote processes in Linux?
@Doug: My bad, I thought that you could provide pkill a server name as an argument and that it would go to the machine and kill the process. Now that I thin about even if pkill did have that functionality it would probably have to log in as me. So its looking like I cannot do this on my own and that an admin is the only person that can kill these jobs for me, correct?
Oct
28
asked How do I find and kill remote processes in Linux?
Oct
2
asked Windows 7 share drive is mounted and can cd into it from ubuntu but cannot ls,cp,mkdir,etc
Sep
20
comment Vimperator. Setting an external editor in Windows XP
set editor='C:\\bin\\gvim.exe -f' finally worked.
Sep
18
comment Vimperator. Setting an external editor in Windows XP
I will try these suggestions when I get back to that computer. In the mean time if anyone has a real working example I would appreciate that as well.
Sep
18
asked Vimperator. Setting an external editor in Windows XP
Aug
15
comment Can one customize what key strokes are sent by the VNC client?
I am not sure what you mean by "normal mode". I looked around in the options and did not see anything labeled normal. Could you explain what you mean by normal mode?
Aug
13
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Aug
13
comment Can one customize what key strokes are sent by the VNC client?
Nope, sorry I do not want to "customize the key strokes" or in other words change the binding of the keys. What I am trying to do is get vnc client to stop sending a key to the server and instead give it to the OS. Thanks for the comment though...
Aug
13
revised Can one customize what key strokes are sent by the VNC client?
fixed typo and added more info
Aug
13
accepted Is it possible to rsync your web site to another backup server and use the same .htaccess files?
Aug
13
asked Can one customize what key strokes are sent by the VNC client?
Jul
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Jun
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Jun
7
comment Is it possible to rsync your web site to another backup server and use the same .htaccess files?
That sounds like the correct way to do it. I was hoping for less involved solution but that definitely seems like the proper answer.
Jun
7
asked Is it possible to rsync your web site to another backup server and use the same .htaccess files?
Jun
7
accepted What ever happened to vim-full package that used to be available in ubuntu?
Jun
5
comment What ever happened to vim-full package that used to be available in ubuntu?
Sorry for the confusion. What I meant to say was that If I need the python-enabled version of vim and the the perl-enbaled version of vim and ... I can just "apt-get install vim-perl vim-python vim-ruby vim-tcl"? I use a lot of vim plugins and different plugins require all these to be enabled.