seg.server.fault

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Love programming; reading SE books, blogs ... Knowledge of C, C++(basic, self learning) ... Planning to learn C#, Java... Learning linux ...

Aug
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comment combine multiple pdfs in linux using script?
I want to combine file in this order file1.pdf...file9.pdf file10.pdf file11.pdf and so on...
Aug
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comment combine multiple pdfs in linux using script?
Sorting outputs something like this kanti10.pdf kanti12.pdf ... kanti19.pdf kanti1.pdf kanti20.pdf kanti2.pdf kanti3.pdf ... kanti8.pdf kanti9.pdf which is not what I want. Is there anyway to sort by modified time, then it might solve the problem ??
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Jul
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comment Changing file permission in Linux so that only root can see/use it, open dialog box asking for root password when you dont have enough file permission
OK now, it is solved, but I have one more thing to ask. When I did sudo visudo, it opened file in nano editor, how to change it so that it opens in vim editor, which I like as well ?
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revised Changing file permission in Linux so that only root can see/use it, open dialog box asking for root password when you dont have enough file permission
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comment Changing file permission in Linux so that only root can see/use it, open dialog box asking for root password when you dont have enough file permission
I seriously need some help. I cant open any file now using root privilege. Is there any way to come out of this problem ??
Jul
25
comment Changing file permission in Linux so that only root can see/use it, open dialog box asking for root password when you dont have enough file permission
I messed up while doing sudo visudo, I added timestamp_timeout = 0 and saved it. Now when I do sudo visudo, I get this >>> sudoers file: syntax error, line 7 <<< What now? What should I do to get back my original version ?
Jul
25
comment Changing file permission in Linux so that only root can see/use it, open dialog box asking for root password when you dont have enough file permission
I messed up while doing so. I added timestamp_timeout = 0 and saved it. Now when I do sudo visudo, I get this >>> sudoers file: syntax error, line 7 <<< What now? What should I do to get back my original version ?
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Jul
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comment Changing file permission in Linux so that only root can see/use it, open dialog box asking for root password when you dont have enough file permission
Thanks for scripts, it solved almost the problem. It asked me for root password for the first time only and it opened the file. But, when I clicked it again, it didnt asked for any password and it just opened the file. which I wish it will ask for password every-time I open the file; so that no other than root can access it again, even if other person is using the machine at same time.
Jul
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comment Changing file permission in Linux so that only root can see/use it, open dialog box asking for root password when you dont have enough file permission
+1 for nice reference, wish I had 15 rep :)
Jul
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comment Changing file permission in Linux so that only root can see/use it, open dialog box asking for root password when you dont have enough file permission
+1 for scripts, wish I had 15 rep :)
Jul
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revised Changing file permission in Linux so that only root can see/use it, open dialog box asking for root password when you dont have enough file permission
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comment Changing file permission in Linux so that only root can see/use it, open dialog box asking for root password when you dont have enough file permission
I guess may be I am not clear, I can do all that doing "sudo nautlius ." which will then open root enabled nautilus window in the current dir and all this can be done from terminal. What I want is lets say I have a file.txt or dir A, and it will have this locked/crossed GUI symbol across the icon, so when I click on that, what now happens is, it pops a dialog box saying it cant be opened because you dont have proper file permissions. Instead of that, I want to enable a new dialog box, which will prompt me to enter password if I dont have enough permission. Hope this is clear.
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comment Changing file permission in Linux so that only root can see/use it, open dialog box asking for root password when you dont have enough file permission
I dont know what you mean, but I usually open txt files using gedit and normal directories using nautilus, is this what you asked ??
Jul
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comment Changing file permission in Linux so that only root can see/use it, open dialog box asking for root password when you dont have enough file permission
Sorry, sth = something.