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උබුන්ටු වල Encrypt And Decrypt කරන හැටි...

Posted 09-22-2013 at 10:00 AM by sunjayasri

කරන්න තියෙන්නේ මෙන්න මෙච්චරයි , මේ මුදෘකාංගය Install කරගන්න..

$ sudo apt-get install gnupg


ඊට පස්සෙ ඉතුරු ඔකොම වැඩ ටික Terminal තිය්න්නේ එකේ...

Encrypting a file in linux

To encrypt a single file, use command gpg as follows:
$ gpg -c filename

To encrypt myfinancial.info.txt file, type the command:
$ gpg -c myfinancial.info.txt

Sample output:

Enter passphrase:<YOUR-PASSWORD>...
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MeX 13.10 64 bit Linux - for those who are impatient...

Posted 09-21-2013 at 05:42 PM by exton (Exton's Blog)

The system is a remaster of upcoming Ubuntu 13.10 - codenamed "Saucy Salamander", not yet released. The original system includes the Desktop Environment Unity 7.1 (Ubuntu). I have replaced Unity with KDE 4.11.1, Gnome 3.8.4, Gnome Fallback (Classic) 3.8.4 and Razor-qt 0.5.2. Everyone can on the spot (during live operation) compare the different four Desktop Environments. The system language is ENGLISH.

Program content etc
Among many other programs LibreOffice, Thunderbird,...
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Append something to the top of a file, in bash, without a temporary file

Posted 09-21-2013 at 03:04 PM by the dsc (linux-related notes)
Updated 09-21-2013 at 03:06 PM by the dsc

Using echo "something" >> extantfile.wtv may be handy way to add something to a file, but it will only add to the end.

The closest thing one would more likely imagine to add something at the top would be something like combining echo/whatever and a cat into a temporary file, and then moving it into the old file. Or maybe something crazy with tac and rev.

But it's possible to skip the temporary file:

echo -e "$(grep -A 1 patternX source-of-bit-to-append)\n$(cat...
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Debian Live and multiple (related) architectures

Posted 09-20-2013 at 10:18 AM by goumba
Updated 09-21-2013 at 06:01 AM by goumba

(This is my first attempt at writing some sort of how-to, if anything is unclear, please let me know!)

This was more of an exercise of "can I?" rather than "is it really necessary?".

At work, there are some PCs with Pentium 4 processors (32 bit) and others with Core processors (64 bit). I have Debian Live on a USB stick, and I got to wondering, rather than using the lowest common denominator (i386) if I could create a Live image using both architectures....
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Xfce 4.10 up and running on LFS.

Posted 09-19-2013 at 08:32 PM by ReaperX7

Good news everyone!!!

Today I got my LFS booted to the desktop and now have Xfce working. I even have xfce-terminal working and plan on working some more tomorrow to give the system a few extra packages!

Huzzah!!!
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