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answered avoid permission denied spam when using find-command
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comment avoid permission denied spam when using find-command
Also related: Ubuntu grep, find etc: "Permission denied" and "No such file or directory" output - Super User
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comment Open Office Calc time to decimal
... having selected the result cell, click on the formula entry again; and now add the *24 to, say, (D7-C7) - and now you should (hopefully) get the result with decimals; after this, you could re-format the number with the proper amount of decimals, I guess. Hope this helps - cheers! (EDIT: may have forgotten to say, that at first, I didn't enter the whole formula (with *24), just the difference (D7-C7)).
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comment Open Office Calc time to decimal
You could have also edited the original question post, and added what you typed here there, and then written a comment to the answerer.. Anyway - what I did was to format the time cells as [HH]:MM in Format cells/Format code (as per Documentation/How Tos/Calc: Date & Time functions - Apache OpenOffice Wiki); then after you enter the formula (and get the 2), right-click and "Clear Direct Formatting" - this should give you a floating point number (0.1041666667); now ...
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comment How to tell apt that dependencies are resolved manually?
I've had a similar problem described here: Ignoring specific unmet dependencies with aptitude? - Ask Ubuntu; also, there's a nice explanation here: How can I install a package without installing its dependencies? - Ask Ubuntu
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comment Fax from Mac OS X 10.6 via bluetooth phone?
Not exactly for Mac - but you may want to check my post in ubuntu - Sending and receiving fax via GSM Network in Linux - Super User, which documents some stuff I've found about sending fax via bluetooth phone; maybe it helps.
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comment Print/list/check address blocks, matching a CIDR network prefix, from command line?
Many thanks for that, @Squeezy - ipcalc looks like a fine Perl script, latest version currently seems to be ipcalc-0.41; cheers!
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