[SOLVED] Search terms with logical "and" possible?
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If you go to the advanced search and enter rsync AND 5888 in the search box and change Show Results as to Posts, you'll get the behavior you desire (although unfortunately, this thread is the only result).
Distribution: openSuSE 13.2 / 12.3_64-KDE, Ubuntu 14.04, Mint 17
Originally Posted by jeremy
although unfortunately, this thread is the only result
D@rn, that's what I was afraid of. Would you believe it, the earliest google entries are more than ten years old, but none explain the meaning of the error code to this very day. "May have sonething to do with permissions" is the maximum of expressed opinions, grrrr .
Anyhow, thanks for explainig the boolean syntax of this site. Perhaps the addition of a little hint on the advanced search page might be a nice touch... .