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    Script madness! Or, why I love the shell prompt

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    Originally Posted by dsmyth View Comment
    GNU/Linux shell puts the Windoze command prompt to shame. Here is an example from tonight. Downloaded some tunes from Amazon, mp3 stored in sub folders in AmazonMP3. Using gnu_pod the line....

    gnu_pod ~/Music/AmazonMP3/*/*.mp3 && mktunes

    did the job... piece of cake, every mp3 on the iPod. Too cool.

    I'm with you 100%...
    Hmmm... where did you get gnu_pod from, by the way?
    Posted 03-25-2010 at 12:43 AM by Raveolution Raveolution is offline
  2. Old Comment

    Script madness! Or, why I love the shell prompt

    GNU/Linux shell puts the Windoze command prompt to shame. Here is an example from tonight. Downloaded some tunes from Amazon, mp3 stored in sub folders in AmazonMP3. Using gnu_pod the line....

    gnu_pod ~/Music/AmazonMP3/*/*.mp3 && mktunes

    did the job... piece of cake, every mp3 on the iPod. Too cool.

    I'm with you 100%...
    Posted 03-24-2010 at 03:58 PM by dsmyth dsmyth is offline
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    Wow. Linux has come a LONG way since Slackware 3.2

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    Originally Posted by Web31337 View Comment
    try x11vnc server, it works perfect here. debian lenny.
    Argh. I managed to get realtime refreshes/updates (normality) with x11vnc but now the shift key does not work.

    And now samba somehow broke, preventing my Windows PC from being able to connect (my local system can connect though... hmmm), even when SeLinux AND the firewall are turned off. Nothing has changed in smb.conf. Argh x2.
    Posted 03-11-2010 at 04:26 AM by Raveolution Raveolution is offline
  4. Old Comment

    Wow. Linux has come a LONG way since Slackware 3.2

    try x11vnc server, it works perfect here. debian lenny.
    Posted 03-10-2010 at 03:18 AM by Web31337 Web31337 is offline
  5. Old Comment

    Wow. Linux has come a LONG way since Slackware 3.2

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    Originally Posted by Web31337 View Comment
    What of vnc: what do you use as vnc server and client? You'd better post that on forum if you still having issues.
    I use the standard vnc that came with Fedora 12, whichever that is. I'd sure like to know how to customize it beyond just running krfb.
    Posted 03-10-2010 at 01:34 AM by Raveolution Raveolution is offline
  6. Old Comment

    Wow. Linux has come a LONG way since Slackware 3.2

    What of vnc: what do you use as vnc server and client? You'd better post that on forum if you still having issues.
    Posted 03-09-2010 at 01:45 PM by Web31337 Web31337 is offline
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    Posted 03-09-2010 at 01:41 PM by Web31337 Web31337 is offline

  



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