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May
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comment Test if element is in array in bash
@DennisWilliamson: Ok, some people recommend it, but I think it would be nice to have a solution that works regardless the value of these flags.
May
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answered Test if element is in array in bash
May
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comment Test if element is in array in bash
${array[$test1]} is simple but has a problem: it won't work if you use set -u in your scripts (which is recommended), as you'd get "unbound variable".
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comment Broken UTF-8 display in XFCE terminal after upgrade to 4.8
but if you rename the .config directory don't you lost all your old configuration?
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accepted Use standard USB network device as Access Point
Jul
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comment Use standard USB network device as Access Point
ok, then I guess there is no way. I had the hope that somehow we could use a device in ad-hoc mode as AP (I know, there is an infrastructure mode -master- for that).
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comment Use standard USB network device as Access Point
added the model of the USB device on the question.
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revised Use standard USB network device as Access Point
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Jul
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comment Use standard USB network device as Access Point
it's a USB WiFi device, not a router.
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comment Use standard USB network device as Access Point
the interface supports managed and ad-hoc. That was the question, can I build something similar to an AP in ad-hoc mode?
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