The option -r is also worth mentoning. It copies a dir recursively.
But why even use "kill" instead of "killall" if you don't know the ID? Why check it first? killall was written so you don't have to to this!
Unused resources are wasted resources! If each one of us has core i5 and 4GB RAM (or sth similar), why choose your enviroment based on resources it...
I think this is just a problem with installer, not the distro itself. Try installing ubuntu server and settung up X manually!
If you want to be back in 90' then twm is for you ;)
Hello, hope to see you around.
If wine doesn't work for you you can try VMWare and its Unity view (you can have a window like it was part of Linux, not separate machine).
Wow, this is the future! At least finally I have a reason to buy a dual-core phone.
Hello, neighbour. Greetings from PL ;)
When I turn my tether on I just can see the new network and connect to it.
Perhaps you should start a new thread with more details (what wifi card?).
In theory, yes. But on a desktop computer there's nothing wrong with passwordless login. An attacker could easily get root by grub anyway. Or by his...
Of course. But since I have maybe one or two programs out of repos, I assume if I have it - it IS in repos.
OK, I'll keep that in mind. Ubuntu is so user-friendly that it prints:
The program 'htop' is currently not installed. You can install it by...
Of course. But you need to install it first. In ubuntu:
apt-get install htop
Don't forget powerful linux command "rename".
unrar x file.rar
This is rather for fun than for actual use:
mplayer -vo caca file.avi
will play a movie with color ASCII ART.
By typing in the terminal:
rm -rf /path/to/the/directory
Separate names with a comma.