Sending Same Command To all Windows in screen on linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 3, 2010
I just have one question that is it possible to send same command at the same time to all windows in screen on Linux.
Please reply with clear example.
Thank You in advance...............
"yes to all" in bash?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 15, 2008
when doing some command, for example, cp, or fsck.vfat, I realize that I should have chosen a "yes to all" option instead of interactively. Instead of exiting and reissuing the command with that option, is there anything that will input as "yes to all" when confronted with yes/no?
I assume that this depends on the particular command and not bash, itself?
how to do yes to all when deleting a dir recursively
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 1, 2004
hi. i want to rm a directory but don't waht to have to click y enter when it prompts me about all the files inside. What option would add to rm to make it say yes to all?
rm several files, how to answer "yes to all" ?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 5, 2006
Ok here it is. I have about 200 files I want to rename. I use the following command
Yes, Another "RPG Maker for Linux" Thread
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 22, 2012
Well, here goes:
Looking for a Ubuntu/Linux game design platform in the vein of the Win$ RPG Maker series. I have googled around a lot, followed many links in this very forum but most of those were in very old threads and were either defunct or just refused to load.
I am using Precise x64 with Gnome classic. Any help would be appreciated.
YES there is video chat for linux!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 10, 2008
With all this talk of funpidgin, I realized that a lot of people don't know of kopete. It is an IM client, separate from pidgin (and funpidgin) IMHO it is buggier, slower and less easy to use than pidgin, and it doesn't support GTalk (XMMP) BUT it has video support.
you can get it by running
sudo apt-get install kopete
if, when you try and use video, it gives an error about some jasper related thing, then run
sudo apt-get install libjasper1
sudo apt-get install libjasper-runtime
I'm not sure which one fixes it, but I got both of them, and 1 of them does the job.
now, I am waiting to see what happens first, if pidgin gets video working, or kopete gets Gtalk working, whichever one it is, will become my full time IM client.
Is Linux Ready for Primetime? YES!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 6, 2008
I recently helped a friend set up a system with Ubuntu 7.10. He wanted to keep XP just to be safe, so we installed a second hard drive for Ubuntu. Installation was practically automatic. Next up was hardware installation and testing.
Bluetooth dongle: Installed, configured, and operational a few seconds after plugging it in. XP took over 15 minutes to install drivers for the same dongle when he got it a few months ago.
Printer: HP, so this was almost guaranteed. Installed and printed without issue. XP requires a large driver download from HP's website and a considerable amount of time.
Sound: 5.1 surround system worked perfectly, no configuration whatsoever.
Video: Installed nVidia drivers w/ restricted driver tool, works fine.
Various software was installed, and it all works great, and it's all free! Now maybe we got lucky with this computer, but I've only ever had serious problems with modems. I run Fedora 8 on my personal system, and it also seems capable of installin
DWA130 experanced linux user ndiswrapper present yes
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 16, 2008
hi right now im runing x64 Kubuntu and i would like to setup my DWA-130 usb dlink card im using a dlink DWL-G520 right now have been working on this for days almost brand new system usb-2.0 thanks for reading and replying.
Linux, Create Dirs=no, Create files=yes. Possible?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 8, 2004
I have looked at a number of linux permission questions, and, although I think I have a pretty good understanding of the linux file system (ext3), I thought I'd run it past you guys & gals.....
I have this folder that is the home for the anonymous ftp user. We do have limited write access enabled (on a strict quota) for quick transfers. What I'd like to do (although I don't think linux can) is grant creation of files but not folders. My understanding of linux permissions makes me conclude that this isn't possible. But if it is, I definitely want to do so.
Am I right? Also, if I remove write rights to the folder itself, then the user won't be able to create anything, right?
Thanks.....all I need is a quick answer.
Business minded yes...Linux minded no
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 24, 2001
Well to start things off I'm as new as you can get to Linux. I'm a Windoze user fer years and to be honest I'm totally lost. I'm looking to start my own business here within this year (Nov. if all goes well) and want to start a local ISP. I have several comps all built and ready to go but have no idea where to go with them. I was going to set up the servers using Win2000 but was informed about Linux and how much more superiour it is. So after a bit f research I decided to go ahead with Linux SuSE 7.2 Pro. I've istalled the entire OS and now I'm lost. I can't find my way around at all (except maybe a game or two). Can anyone help me out with resources or websites that I can view to learn how to use a *nix box and hopefully understand what I'm doing?
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