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How to make Firefox 39 display the page title of the active tab in the window title bar?
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Click on the Firefox 3-line Menu on the right. Select Customize at the bottom. Click on Title Bar in the bottom left corner.

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Need clarification on how sound is passed to video card's HDMI
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There is not much information about it so what I'm going to say may be not exact. As far as I know, graphic cards nowadays come with a dedicated Realtek HD Audio chip. Older graphic cards used a SPDIF ...

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Preserving /tmp on reboot
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@ssnobody answer solves the problem, but this isn't something you should do. Let /tmp and the initscripts do their work. From Filesystem Hierarchy Standard 3.0 Chapter 3 Section 18 about /tmp ...

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How can I find a particular named file within a particular named directory that could be anywhere in file system?
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Maybe you're looking for the -path option: find / -path "*/dirname/filename.extension" The problem in your command is the joker * after the pipe | expends to the list of files in the current ...

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Why does 1366x768 resolution exist?
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At the time the first computer wide screens became popular, the usual resolution on 4:3 panels was 1024x768 (XGA display standard). So, for simplicity and backward compatibility, the XGA resolution ...

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configure gnome3 with 2 graphic cards and 3 monitors
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[ 2.696] (II) RADEON(G0): GPU accel disabled or not working, using shadowfb for KMS` [ 3.144] (EE) RADEON(G0): drmmode_do_crtc_dpms cannot get last vblank counter` in your Xorg.log seems to indicate ...

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How to determine what type of wifi networks are supported by your driver on Linux
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Supported capability on your clients iw phy on GNU/Linux should list what you want (and a lot more) about your wireless interfaces, although it's a bit confusing at first sight. What you're looking ...

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Reclaiming an infected pen drive
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About security, we should always have doubts. Having an up-to-date system and antivirus sotfware, and being sure of what you're doing help in most of the case. That said viruses are designed before ...

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Fix overscan in Linux with Intel graphics Vizio HDTV
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I have the same problem, this trick works for me on an Intel HD 3000 with a cheap 720p Akira TV: xrandr --output HDMI1 --set audio force-dvi --mode 1280x720

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Reattach to a process after ssh disconnect
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No you can't. But you can use screen for that purpose, it creates a virtual terminal where you can run the process you want, then detach from it and reattach whenever you want. Create a new screen: ...

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Changing file permissions on an HFS+ filesystem
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You're mixing differents things: partition table, partitions, filesystems, permissions, etc… GPT is a type of partition table, which describes partitions on the disk. Those partitions contain a ...

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Why do I get error "The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect" using netsh set route?
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You need to use your real interface's name instead of "Internet". You can list them with netsh interface show interface.

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PHP in Debian Terminal not working with extensions
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Yes, they're usually separated. It might depend on the Debian version, but here I've got /etc/php5/cli/php.ini and /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini on jessie/sid

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avahi set hostname but arp -a only displays IP
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You should use ip -r neigh, arp utility is now obsolete. See net-tools . This one support mdns name resolution by using glibc's name service switch. Therefore you need to have mdns_minimal [NOTFOUND=...

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Will a PCI Express x16 2.0 slot work with a PCI Express x16 3.0 graphic card
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PCI Express 3.0 is backward compatible with 2.0, the transfer speed is just lower. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCI_Express#PCI_Express_3.x) However, depending on the PSU quality (no-name entry-...

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Ubuntu 12.04 Server: permissions on /var/www for newly copied files
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Be aware that you're not dealing with ACL here, just basic permissions and membership. Here you can: Use the www-data account to perform tasks on /var/www (using sudo -u www-data [command] for ...

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Pen-drive / USB-Drive not working after installing ubuntu in it
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Your USB key might be dead if you're getting an I/O error… Look at what dmesg says after trying the dd command again. Another thing you can try is creating a filesystem on the whole memory (and ...

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If I remove the installation files for a make program in Linux, how do I remove those programs I built from source?
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There probably isn't if you installed directly from sources. But you can try a few thing if you know what you're doing: Rebuild it the way you did it the first time. If an uninstaller is available ...

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Should I trust my laptop manufacturer's website about the maximum RAM my laptop can handle?
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The laptop model you've is based on the GL960 chipset which explicitely doesn't support 4GB RAM as other said. Furthermore, someone already tried it : http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/...

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Formatting filesystem in partitioned loop file corrupts partition table
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Try adding the blocks count in your mkfs.ext4 command. sudo mkfs.ext4 /dev/loop0 32768 Without it, mkfs creates a filesystem with the maximal size and losetup -o [offset] creates a devices starting ...

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Mini-book refuses to boot from usb ( LT41P )
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Here you've an UEFI laptop. Be sure to create a compatible USB-key. For Windows (starting from 7), use the Rufus utility : http://rufus.akeo.ie/ . For GNU/Linux, any decent and recent enough ...

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Monitor HDMI and CPU Displayport and performance
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As Dallas said, you can connect your monitor to DisplayPort with the help of a DP-HDMI adapter. Be sure to get a good-quality one (and supporting DP 1.2) since otherwise you wouldn't be able to get ...

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Need help updating or finding a more suitable video driver for Toshiba Satellite L775
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It's strange the new motherboard doesn't ship with the NVidia GPU. However, the Intel GPU is integrated in the CPU, so it should be also present on the old motherboard. The link you give is to ...

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Loss of resolution support with HDMI to VGA converter
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HDMI is generally designed to work with standard TV resolution : 720×480, 720×576, 1280×720, 1920×1080. VGA (640×480) should also be supported everywhere. Even though there should not be any problem ...

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Installing openssl on CentOS 5.3
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Answer for the first question is no. It would break your system. I don't know particularly CentOS but it seems doing yum install mod_ssl is sufficient to get mod_ssl. If you really need to compile it ...

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Domain & sub-domain redirection
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Domains don't deal with "traffic", they're just pointing out the IP address to contact a server. You can obviously set a different IP adress for topdomain.tld and subdomain.topdomain.com. In your case ...

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tar: cannot open: no such file or directory
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The command sudo wget http://eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/jetty/stable-9/dist/jetty-distribution-9.1.0.v20131115.tar.gz&r=1 is wrong for two reason : The download link needs to be ...

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How do I make my server turn on when powered, even when OS was shut down before depowering?
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Firstly, a computer correctly shutted down shouldn't have any fan running, but it's maybe a specificity of this server, I don't know. Secondly, since there is "an option to resume its last state when ...

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Using laptop vga port, misunderstanding
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I think it depends on what output is connected to which CRTC (display controller) on the GPU. They're identified by an ID, according to the hardware design, and the 0 should be connected to the LVDS (...

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Different /bin/sh for a specific user
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/bin/sh is just a Bourne shell. Both dash and bash can act as sh-compatible shells, and since original Bourne shell isn't used anymore, sh is often a symlink to bash or dash (mainly on Ubuntu), or ...

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