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*
Unix vs. Linux shell command
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 9, 2007
I have a shell script written in Unix using command:
set -A envvar1 $envvar2
typeset -l variable1
What is the equivalent command for set -A and typeset -l in Linux?
new to linux, exhaustive command line exercises
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 8, 2006
I am trying to switch to linux, though it seems not so easy. at least as comfortable as with windows for day to day tasks regarding documents, pictures, sounds, videos etc.
first i want to get comfortable with commands. i see that general short guidelines found in many sections for configuration with command lines is not good enough for a newcomer.
I am looking for exhaustive excercises for checking various configurations to get to know the devices, command prompt better, without risking my system too much. (I installed Ubuntu on AMD Athelon 850MHz)
for example, just few lines over 'mount' command are not enough..
[SOLVED] Problem with vi !quit command doesn't work
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 14, 2008
Yesterday I installed Ubuntu Server 8.04.1 and noticed interesting problem with vi:
after making some changes I tried to quit vi with the command !quit in order to override all changes. This is what I would get an the screen:
[No write since last change]
/bin/bash: quit: command not found
shell returned 127
Press ENTER or type command to continue
after pressing ENTER I would be forwarded back to the editing screen. If I would try to quit with just :q command, I would get this error:
E37: No write since last change (add ! to override)
The only way to escape from that situation was with :wq command, which of course will save the changes...
Is this a bug?
how can we install firefox3.0.5.tar.bz2 file in linux at command prompt
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 14, 2009
how can we install firefox-3.0.5.tar.bz2 file in linux at command prompt
and graphics mode. Please tell me.
Looking for a linux shell command.
- date: May 31, 2011
I'm looking for a specific command,if it exist... i want to login from my server to another linux server,but the question is: can i doit in a one line command for ex:
usually you type: ssh "user"@10.1.1.1 and then the password,but i'm looking for a command in one line a fake ex: ssh [email protected]
-p "password" something like that.
I don't know if anyone of you understand what do i want to say ..my english is so..bad
Linux pause command not on wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/Pcommands
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 17, 2007
I have discovered the 'pause' command does not exist on my system.
It is also not listed under the wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/P_commands. My operating system is essentially that listed in LFS 6.2 and BLFS 6.2. the kernel is 220.127.116.11. What package normally would provide the utility?
Paste your linux hardcore command here!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 27, 2012
let me start..not really hard but could be core..
proxychains wget -r -l 0 -k -m -p -H -N -c -t1 -L -4 -x -P . -E -erobots=off --user-agent="" --follow-ftp -A.exe A.zip -A.rar -A.tar.gz -A.tar -A.gz -A.tar.bz2 -A.bz2 -A.iso -A.bz -A.vmx -A.vmdk -A.db -A.sqlite -A.accdb -A.sql -A.xls -A.xlsx -A.doc -A.docx -A.ppt -A.zipx -A.bin -A.py -A.pl -A.pyc -A.pdf -A.c -A.cpp -A.h -A.pst -A.php -A.asp -A.aspx -A.js -A.css -A.avi -A.mpg -A.mov -A.flv -A.wmv -A.webm -A.mp4 -A.dmg -A.xml --quota=10000M http://www.nasa.gov/
Linux od command
- date: December 25, 2012
I have created a file 'test.txt' and put '123' in that and saved it. I then used 'od' command on that file.
$ od test.txt
0000000 031061 005063
I am not able to understand how is content in file '123' is mapped to the output shown above by the 'od' command.
Linux Basic Command
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 22, 2012
Dear Linux Master,
I am a new member of this group, and also new Linux learner.
Please kindly give me a suggestion on Linux learning and suggestion on Basic Linux command would be very appreciated.
Thank you in advanced,
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