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Ubuntu :: Command To Start Program In Terminal?


What command can I use to start a program in the terminal? What command is appropriate for applying patches to that or other programs? What command is appropriate to applying a 3.5 version patch to the 3.0 version of firefox. What are some useful commands for the terminal?


View 9 Replies (Posted: May 19th, 2010)

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