Line spacing in Abiword
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 11, 2010
Pt.1: Is this the right place for a question about Abiword? Pt.2: How does one set the line spacing in Abiword, wherever? Pt.3: . . . on an Asus eee netbook running Windows?
Line spacing in Libre Office
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 17, 2014
This isn't really an Ubuntu problem, and it's more an irritation than a problem, but I'd like to find a solution.
Recently, when I open an existing document in Libre Office Writer, any new text I type is at one-and-a-half line spacing, though every setting I can find says it's set for single spacing, like the earlier portions.
It's hardly a life-threatening situation, but it's annoying, and I'd appreciate any advice as to how I can restore my documents to single line spacing.
Ubuntu 12.04, last updated January 13th 2014.
Java How to completly remove the line spacing (vertical gap) and character spacing (horizontal gap) in a JTextPane?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: March 15, 2014
I am failing to completly remove line-spacing and character spacing from a JTextPane. Is this even possible?
Google showed me following code-snippet, but it appears to have no effect at all on my
JTextPane, and as far as I understand it it would only get rid of the vertical gaps (spaces between lines).
SimpleAttributeSet sas = new SimpleAttributeSet();
StyleConstants.setLineSpacing(sas , 0.0f);
textPane.setParagraphAttributes(sas , false);
I currently have set the JTextPane's font to "Consolas", font-size 9. I am trying to display certain ASCII art correctly (just like DAMN NFO VIEWER does it).
This is what it looks like in my GUI's JTextPane and how I would want it to look like:
This is how DAMN NFO VIEWER displays the same ASCII art (the correct way).
I've tried using the same font and size that DAMN NFO VIEWER is using but that doesn't get rid of the gaps, so I figured I have to do some other changes. Any suggestions appreciated.
Here is how I attempt to apply the
Can AbiWord show line and column numbers?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 12, 2006
I've seen comments about a "Show line numbers" option under preferences, but I haven't got any "Show" prefs in my v2.4.1.
Does anyone have the option to show line and column numbers in abiword, and if so, what is the version please?
(... and if you happen to know where to download a deb!)
Ubuntu Vs. CentOS/Fedora differences in command line
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 21, 2010
I am planning to have two linux home severs. One “always on” Ubuntu server with SAMBA, FTP, etc and another one CentOS/Fedora that boots up once a day, backups my Ubuntu server and shuts down. Both will be headless.
I have the Ubuntu Server up and running. Before I setup the CentOS/Fedora backup server, I would like to know:
1) how different CentOS/Fedora is from Ubuntu in terms of managing the server from command line.
2) Are the commands very different. I am willing learn a bit but is the difference so huge that it will take days for me to setup up the backup server?
3) Are the directory structures/files very different? For example, in Ubuntu I know where sources.list (/etc/apt/sources.list) is it the same in CentOS/Fedora or is it the same for most part?
I know Ubuntu uses deb and CentOS/Fedora uses rpm. Other than this what else might be different. I have no experience on a rpm based linux. I am fine managing my ubuntu server from command line. I can easily setup
Grub issue on booting into Ubuntu 12.04 [Minimal BASHLike line...]
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 24, 2012
I am very new to Linux and I dual booted my PC with Ubuntu and to my dismay every time I choose the option to boot into Ubuntu I get the message below, I have no clue what to do, as I have not even once used Ubuntu :/
Can someone please help me
GRUB4DOS 0.4.5b 2011-11-27, Mem: 619K/3311M/4856M, End: 35560D
[ Minimal BASH-Like line editing is supported. For the first word, TAB lists possible command completions. Anywhere else TAB lists the possible completions of a device/filename. ]
Heres my RESULTS.txt file
Boot Info Script 0.61 [1 April 2012]
============================= Boot Info Summary: ===============================
=> Windows is installed in the MBR of /dev/sda.
=> FreeDOS (eXtended FDisk) is installed in the MBR of /dev/sdb.
File system: ntfs
Boot sector type: Windows Vista/7: NTFS
Boot sector info: No errors found in the Bo
Need to access Linux Mint command line through Windows
location: linux.com - date: December 12, 2011
Hello. I made a big mistake. I was compiling Blender on my Linux Mint. Because some packages were not on the normal repositories. I played stupid (mainly because I was being lazy). And I add the debian.org's repository. Which was really really stupid. Because now, by default the repositories were of debian.org . So when an error prompted on the update manager I restart with the command line and I did sudo apt-get update (again I was being an idiot because those were unstable packages) And I basically switched it all to debian's repositories (I am the biggest douche on the world). So long story short I can't even login to the command line on my Mint (11 Katya). So I am on my second partition (with Windows). Posting this. What I need now is a command line on Windows so I can solve my problem. Thank you so much! *facepalm*
Share your best command line scripts
location: linux.com - date: May 17, 2009
The name says it all. Please share your best command line scripts and explain their use.
vi anyway to jump line while in insert mode?
location: linux.com - date: May 2, 2011
I recently am put in a situation where I will be editing code on linux boxes that have nothing but vi or vim...
and have a hope that there is a way I can jump up a line while in insert mode in vi.
The reason is simply that I noticed in vi its very hard for me to enter my braces easily. In most editors, when I write a function, I add the open brace, hit enter twice and add the second brace (to avoid compilation problems)...it seems to me in vi this process requires I enter the first brace, enter twice and add the second brace, but then I have to leave insert mode and then issue a command to jump up a line and then back to insert mode.
This process I find quite annoying and problematic as its much easier for me to just use my right hand and the arrow keys in most editors. In vi the best process I have so far is - brace, enter, ,brace ESC, O, i ..then code.
Does anyone know if there is way to jump while in insert mode similar to way you can move back with CTRL-h? It would really
Restarting SquirrelMail from the command line
location: linux.com - date: July 13, 2010
I am still fairly new to Linux, although I have used it in school and have a good foundation in operating systems and programming. As part of my current job I have just taken on the role of Junior Network Administrator to do some simple modifications on our Linux Web Server to change some passwords for increased security. One of our 2 Linux servers is running fine after the password mods, but the other server is acting as our Mail Server and is using Squirrelmail as the Webmail interface. I changed the password for the one and only user on that system, and then rebooted the server and re-logged in as the user to get back to the command line - the same condition as it was in before modifying password - the new password worked fine, but now our email is down - inaccessible - whereas it was working fine before I did the change and rebooted. What do I need to do to get our Squirrelmail back online? Is there a daemon/service that needs to be activated after rebooting to enable the mail
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