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If I just want my external hard drive for storing data, is it wrong to be partitioned as primary, NOT as extended? Why?
asked Jan 3 '12 by wisdom
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I've had finished learning "Shell Script" in Linux so I'm now intermediate near advanced level but I can't guess how can I use this scripting language to make things/tiny programs! Just as having the …
asked Jan 27 '12 by wisdom
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ls -R /media/X | grep filename lets me search for file names, but it only prints the file name and not the directory it resides in. How can I print the file name and its directory?
asked Apr 19 '12 by wisdom
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I tried all programs recommended to mount Linux partitions like EXT2 or EXT3 or even EXT4 but no one can do well on Windows 7 32 bit. I want to access read-write, is there a program that can do this? …
asked Jan 2 '12 by wisdom
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I'm changing Linux distributions a lot, wishing to resolve my problems with the wireless card identified as rt73usb, like explained in this question of mine. Now I'm using Linux Mint 12. I noticed so …
asked Jul 29 '12 by wisdom
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My machine has limited RAM capacity. Newer Linux distributions seem to require more memory (often 1 GB or more) and seem to consume more than 500 MB on itself. Is it safe to use an older version of …
asked Aug 2 '12 by wisdom
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If there was no error while installing then you can re-install your GRUB as follows: First, boot from a live CD Second, open your terminal and write sudo fdisk -l to see all your partitions and exac …
answered Jan 4 '12 by wisdom
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There should be an option in the Manage Wireless Networks window, if not you can do one of these: Delete all shown networks there Disable the wireless device from Device Manager (right click on My C …
answered Jan 3 '12 by wisdom
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Somehow to interact with user using shell in Linux you can use dialog. my question about dialog --inputbox where you let user to enter a string as an answer to a question then you can redirect the res …
asked Apr 20 '12 by wisdom
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I'm experiencing the Wireless HardBlock problem. I posted this question when I was using Ubuntu 11.10 on askubuntu and no hope! Here are some solved problems which I tried, but they didn't work for m …
asked Jul 4 '12 by wisdom
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I want to write a script-Ubuntu_OS- would connect to a wireless Internet so I need to know how to connect Internet via terminal in Linux. I tried many suggestions on the Internet but nothing at all
asked Jan 9 '12 by wisdom
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I'm using Pidgin for Instant Messenger,it connects to multiple accounts-as Ebuddy-. Log-in with Google Account "Gmail" Then I'd like to add my friends E-mail as they are different (Gmail,Hotmail,Yahoo …
asked Apr 15 '12 by wisdom
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I've recently moved from Ubuntu 10.10 to Xubuntu 11.10. I've found a script to toggle keyboard layouts via a certain key combination. You have to specify the combination to toggle the layout yourself …
asked Apr 14 '12 by wisdom
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Solved simply !...it's tiny problem with this distro Open Terminal then type:sudo iwlist scan to scan networks and it's done :) Thanks
answered Sep 25 '12 by wisdom
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A Seagate (500 GB) hard drive was working very well some days ago, I went to my friend and tried to transfer a 23-gigabyte game but while the transformation process the first 200-300 MB went well then …
asked Jul 4 '14 by wisdom

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