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masjoko

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    RE: Dual Booting
    I believe this USB stick is for installation. See this http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/install-ubuntu-desktop
    Link to this post 29 Apr

    I believe this USB stick is for installation. See this http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/install-ubuntu-desktop

  • masjoko
    RE: help required with step 2 of Universal USB installer,
    Basic question: - Have you completed downloading the ISO?
    Link to this post 25 Apr

    Basic question:
    - Have you completed downloading the ISO?


  • masjoko
    RE: Starting to learn programming
    Try eclipse. This IDE support various language from Java to C/C++. A bit high on requirement but it is very powerful.
    Link to this post 25 Apr

    Try eclipse. This IDE support various language from Java to C/C++. A bit high on requirement but it is very powerful.

  • masjoko
    RE: Dual Booting
    Hi soccerfan_7, 1TB of memory? I assume you have storage of 1TB in your laptop.:) Here is my recommendation: - Installing Ubuntu using USB stick. http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/create-a-usb-stick-on-windows Alternativelly, you can tun Linux on top of VirtualBox on Windows7. https://www.virtualbox.org/ Have fun.
    Link to this post 25 Apr

    Hi soccerfan_7,

    1TB of memory? I assume you have storage of 1TB in your laptop.:)
    Here is my recommendation:
    - Installing Ubuntu using USB stick. http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/create-a-usb-stick-on-windows

    Alternativelly, you can tun Linux on top of VirtualBox on Windows7. https://www.virtualbox.org/

    Have fun.

  • masjoko
    RE: Anyone Know Howto Create a KeepAlive Script?
    There are several way of fulfilling your requirement. First, your script can make use of pidof to check the pid of the command you wish to monitor. If the pid is empty, there is a possibility of the process is dead, so you run the software again. Now, the problem is that the software is running on an X environment and the process is owned by the currently logged user. So, when you run the software again, you need to know what user privilege you are going to run the software and the display environment. I hope my answer could give some enlightenment. Regards, Joko
    Link to this post 14 May 09

    There are several way of fulfilling your requirement. First, your script can make use of pidof to check the pid of the command you wish to monitor. If the pid is empty, there is a possibility of the process is dead, so you run the software again.

    Now, the problem is that the software is running on an X environment and the process is owned by the currently logged user. So, when you run the software again, you need to know what user privilege you are going to run the software and the display environment.

    I hope my answer could give some enlightenment.

    Regards,

    Joko

  • masjoko
    RE: Linux command to display files in multiple pages a
    Probably you can use "tree" if you want to list files recursively. tree . | less
    Link to this post 14 May 09

    Probably you can use "tree" if you want to list files recursively.

    tree . | less

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