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comment Zero sized tar.gz file found inside a tar.gz file
Thanks for the answer. As gzip is supposed to operate on the output of tar, shouldn't tar execute first? Can you pls point to me some standard docs that say that in a commands that are piped can be spawned in an implementation defined way?
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asked Zero sized tar.gz file found inside a tar.gz file
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comment Extensions disappear when I close and open Google Chrome
@slhck Thanks for the tip. I added the quick steps into the body of the answer itself!
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revised Extensions disappear when I close and open Google Chrome
added steps into the body from the blog
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accepted Extensions disappear when I close and open Google Chrome
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answered Extensions disappear when I close and open Google Chrome
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comment Extensions disappear when I close and open Google Chrome
Boy oh boy! The reverse of what you suggest seems to be working for me. I'd never signed in to Google Chrome with my Google account. In order to see if your solution works, I did for the first time with the option "Sync All" selected! I installed a few new extensions and restarted Chrome. Voila, all my extensions gradually popped up!!
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asked Extensions disappear when I close and open Google Chrome
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answered How to create an archive without hierarchy
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comment How to change the profile of current tab in gnome from command line
Are there any workarounds/alternatives? Like, are profiles stored somewhere as default.profile, NEW_PROFILE.profile so that we can change them??
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comment How to change the profile of current tab in gnome from command line
@IgnacioVazquez-Abrams What? I dint get you.
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asked How to change the profile of current tab in gnome from command line