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Hosam Mohamed

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What is the difference between help command and command --help?
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Dale Stanton

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I was running Precise (dual boot) with Windows 7. Win7 was on sda3, and Precise on sda5. I dumped Win and successfully moved /home to sda3 and am now only running Ubuntu 12.04 32-bit on sda5. I'm wanting to shrink sda5 (Linux boot) and enlarge sda3 (/home).
 
I booted up on a LiveUSB copy of 14.04 (64-bit) and started gparted. When I told it I wanted to move the boot partition's start point to the right, shrinking it to about 30 GB total, it warned me about the possibility that it might not boot up again. When I told it I'd like to move the end of sda5 to the left to make it 30 GB, I didn't get that warning. Unfortunately, doing that would leave sda5 in between sda3 and the free space. I'd like to use that free space to enlarge sda3 (/home).
 
What's the best way to resize these partitions like I'm wanting to and still be able to boot up?
 
Thanks!
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+Dale Stanton​ maybe +Quim Kaos​ means it is not a fork?
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Russell Adams

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Liking my experience with Lubuntu on my old HP Compaq 6710b laptop.
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Jesse Avalos

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Linux Mint Mate 17.1 ( Yes Mate Edition could look this Good)
Running the New kernel 4.0
 
Another Great Wallpaper From +Ankit Anand 
https://plus.google.com/+AnkitAnand/posts/Wf3UQhDNYeb

Conky By me, Just changed the Colours
http://fav.me/d8dgmte


Covergloobus (media player) by Matt & mods by me
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0eO_d_3xTouMnkyQWp2UmJSSkk/view?usp=sharing


Icons
http://fav.me/d867wki
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Abhishek Pal

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Thank you very much..
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Well......... I guess accidentally deleting my Windows partition is one way to finally make the decision to dump Windows once and for all... LOL! SMH....
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I've been pretty much living in Ubuntu 14.04 Unity on the HP g70 and LXLE (recently changed to Lubuntu) on the HP Compaq 6710b anyway so....I'm sure I'll be ok.  ;)
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zniavre mou

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Ubuntu
Gnome
Own GTK+ theme
Plank
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Looks sharp.
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Marco Sumari

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elementary OS freya so great
http://elementary.io/
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Debian Jessie?
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Linux Mint DE 2 “Betsy” Cinnamon. Full Review:
#linux #mint  
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Just release Lollypop 0.9.10 with Ubuntu packages...
Works ok on vivid... You need adwaita icons 3.14 on utopic and Gtk 3.14 on Trusty (elementary ppa)


EDIT: packages broken for Utopic as we need Gtk 3.14 :-(
 
Lollypop 0.9.10 is out!
- Drop mutagen dependency, full gstreamer scanner... Reading tags is now rock solid :)
- Can be set as default audio player
- Rework settings dialog
- Many code optimizations
- You can force CSD
- New options in dconf
- Fix MPRIS support
- Show discs number
- Enable type-to-find in lists
http://gnumdk.github.io/lollypop/
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Drang Po

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hopefully it's ok to run a quick question here.  I'm running 14.04 server and with iptables-persistent and fail2ban.
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CdiypR2wRHBvdV3kbc3YPEnieUiLOd4krhvhDOVQ5MM/edit?usp=sharing  here is the setup I'm using for this stage, all seems to be good until I reboot.  at which time if I do a sudo iptables -S it does not show the rules..   I need to be able to add tcp and udp ports as needed and it needs to stay on reboot. 
Last bit of info is I am new to this and don't know what I'm doing, and each website I visit just confuses me more.  Mostlikely a total noob question, but for me security is vital, as I'm getting hit all the time.
Thanks in advance
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2: Ubuntu 14.04 step 2 update and fail2ban and nginx;; Ubuntu 14.04 step 2 update and fail2ban and nginx ;; ;; downloads the package lists from the repositories and "updates" them to get information on the newest versions of packages and their dependencies. It will do this for all repositories and PPAs. From http://linux.die.net/man/8/apt-get: ;; sud
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Do you like this wallpaper? :-)
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I'd like it more as this http://goo.gl/tIHVXp :) But it looks awesome!
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MeLan ShaMendra

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Need a help with bind9 caching   #DNS  server... 

() how to change the DNS cache time.....?

[ I feel my cache gets cleared after a very short amount of time... I want to change that time.. otherwise this dns server useless for me.. ( My primary purpose is to reduce the dns query time & internet bandwidth..  ) ]

() Is there any way to view the dns cache...?

(*) And I need to configure better logging system to track everything related to dns queries ....
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Here's a guide to setting up a CouchDB database cluster using few simple steps
#couchdb   #nosql   #clustering   #database   #centos  
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Dmitry Usov

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Overview in Russian #Elementary OS Freya
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Rafal Marcinek

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is that the delorean! no flipping way! I soo need to get this wallpaper
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Does anybody know of an Elementary OS based distro which allows me to update the kernel through the Terminal?
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+Fernando Méndez González​ what version of the kernel do you need? Freya is planned to ship with 3.16.
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MakuluLinux Hybrid LxFce Edition, Beta 2 Preview :
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