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  4. Did it work? Thanks. Sorry. I don't have an article on that topic.
  5. Thanks Shovon for the quick answer. looks like i performed this command. right now it is stuck at Ubuntu....at least half an hour. details see the screenshot. https://linuxhint.com/pxe_boot_ubuntu_server/ it is really a good post. do you have article about how to automate the Ubuntu-desktop-18/20 installation process using pxe?
  6. Hi andy, Make sure that the /netboot directory has read, write and execute permission for every user. That is the simple solution to this problem. You can allow every user full access to this directory with the following command: $ sudo chmod -Rfv 777 /netboot I hope this helps. Shovon
  7. https://linuxhint.com/pxe_boot_ubuntu_server/ i followed the steps of above link post to live install ubuntu desktop but failed. error message see attached screenshot. please help. thanks,
  8. Hi Sumit, did you create the Git repository test using the git-create-repo.sh script? My guess is that either apache is not working, or you have not created the test git repository.
  9. I am following "Configure Git Server with HTTP on Ubuntu" to configure GIT with apache2 on Ubuntu server, However I am not able to move after one point as repository is not available to clone. "$ git clone" Cloning into 'test'... fatal: repository 'http://localhost/git/test.git/' not found
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  11. Hi, Let's take the string hello world world for an example. You can replace a single instance of world to Bob as follows: $ echo 'hello world world' | sed 's/world/Bob/' If you want to replace all instance of world to Bob, then add a g flag at the end of sed expression as follows: $ echo 'hello world world' | sed 's/world/Bob/g' That's the basics of sed. I hope this helps. If you have any questions, fell free to ask. Thanks Shovon
  12. Hi, Please can anyone help me how to sed and replace src/xxx/yyy/aaa and replace to src/xxx ?
  13. Thank you for your support
  14. Hi, You can try installing Minecraft.deb (assuming it's in the HOME directory) as follows: $ sudo apt install ~/Minecraft.deb If you still get errors, maybe you have got a corrupted Minecraft.deb file. You need to redownload it.
  15. You're welcome. If you want to move files of specific type (let's say all the pdf files), you can run the mv command like this. $ mv -v dir1/*.pdf dir2/ If you want to move all the files with the filename starting with abc, then run the mv command as follows: $ mv -v dir1/abc* dir2/ You can move the whole directory as follows: $ mv -v dir1 dir2
  16. Mr. Shovon Thanks for your answer. It really works. Is there a way to move the files without write their names, one by one? I tried *.* or * and so on but din't work. Best regards Osmario
  17. The second part of step 2 of "How to Install Minecraft on Linux?" reads the package is either corrupted or I do not have permission to open the file. Is there a way to fix this problem. i am using Ubuntu 18.04. The URL for this tutorial is https://linuxhint.com/install_minecraft_linux/
  18. Hi Osmario, You can move multiple files from a directory to another using the mv command. Moving a single file file1 from dir1/ to dir2/ directory: $ mv -v dir1/file1 dir2/ Moving multiple files ( let's say, file1, file2, file3) from dir1/ to dir2/ directory: $ mv -v dir1/{file1,file2,file3} dir2/ I hope this helps. Wish you all the best. Shovon
  19. Hello How can I move multiple files from a directory to another? Thanks in advance
  20. I will give this a try; thank you.
  21. Hi Osmario, Ubuntu 20.04 LTS uses GNOME 3.36.2 Desktop Environment. This is the default behavior of GNOME 3 on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. This is not a problem. If you still want to show the application menu, then the method is different for each application. For GNOME terminal, this is how you do it.
  22. I installed Ubuntu 20.4 LTS and it is working properly but it doesn't show menu applications. How to fix this problem? Thanks in advance
  23. well i thought that is what the step in the tutorial was taking care of but i dont know exactly... frankly i dont know anything about app armor... i guess that is another thing to sort out in my studies... thank you for you time looking into this.
  24. i suspect AppArmor could have caused a conflict
  25. so basically i went back and changed datadir= /var/lib/mysql and my alias changes and restarted app armor and (mv mysql.bak mysql) the /var/lib/mysql. and restarted the mysql server and it came back up with out a hitch... just like it never happened.... so there has to be something not being done correctly or it is something with the fact ubuntu was upgraded from 16.04 to 18.04 and previously haveing MySQL on there and apt remove mysql should have perhaps had an apt purge mysql as well before having MariaDB installed... not sure, but once i got the database server running again i did drop the database (not what i wanted to do but i do have a back up) and all was good for now untill i can get the data on another server, then restore the data
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