Fedora :: Ns2 - Commands To Run An Example Of Tcl Script And Show The Graph In My Screen

Feb 23, 2010

I'm just installed ns 2.31 in my cumputer:fedora 12 (this is the first time working with ns2 and fedora) but I don't know commands to run an example of tcl script and show the graph in my screen.

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General :: Split Screen Within VIM To Show Common Commands On Bottom Portion?

Jun 12, 2011

I long while ago (when I was in collage) I used VIM a bit. I have not used it since and would like to get back into using it. I remember there being a way to split the screen within VIM to show common commands on the bottom portion of the screen. I've searched a while and cannot find how to set this up.

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Fedora :: Commands On Shell - Locking The Screen

Nov 26, 2009

what is the command for:

locking the screen

creating a new folder

log out

on the shell?

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Fedora Security :: Log In Screen - Not Show Name?

Dec 23, 2009

My question is related to the log in screen in Fedora 11, Gnome desktop, installed on my laptop. I currently have an account with the name Octav. When my computer starts-up i have a window with <my name> and <other> showing to choose from. When i click on my name, i type my password and i'm logged in.

Now my question, can i have my log in window, without my name written there, so i have an extra security if i may say. What I want is for me to type my username and then password to log in. I don't want my name been written on the screen.

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Ubuntu :: Show Current Commands In Terminal?

Jan 6, 2010

I was wondering if there was a way to show all current actions I am doing in a terminal window? For example if I left a terminal window open on one of my desktops, could I make it display everything I am doing so that when I receive some general error in a program, I could jump over and get some more details. I could also use it to see what commands are actually run when I do certain things.

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Ubuntu :: Show Terminal Commands On Blog?

Apr 20, 2011

I mean, obviously I can just type them out and italicize them or something equally boring, but what I'd like to do is make the code look like it does on these forums.Code:sudo apt-get install html-knowledgeI've been Googling like a mad man (not a euphemism) for the better part of an hour and can't turn up any pertinent results. I thought maybe somebody here could point me in the right direction. I'm tired of my blog posts looking ugly and disorganized when I start typing commands.

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Fedora :: F14 Boot Screen - Show Progress?

Dec 26, 2010

I just installed the latest updates for Fedora 14, and a restart was necessary so I did. Then, it didn't reboot! It hung when the cursive Fedora "f" was there for about 15 minutes. I had guessed that maybe it was doing an automatic fsck disk check, but I'm not sure.

Anyway, I couldn't change to tty2 etc while this was happening and for all I knew, the system was frozen. Is there a way to see the load progress (the text) while booting?

FYI, after 1 extremely slow but eventually successful boot, everything is back to normal with rapid boot times.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Don't Show ATI Drivers When Trying Commands Glxinfo

Nov 29, 2010

I have an ATI Mobility Radeon x1800 graphic card and I am trying to install it to Ubuntu 10.10. I managed to install Ubuntu with nomodeset but the resolution was very bad and that's why I am trying to install the ATI drivers. I have deleted the xorg.conf file, installed the ati drivers through package manager and changed nomodeset to radeon.modeset=1 but when I am trying the commands glxinfo | grep render and glxinfo | grep vendor they don't shown the ATI drivers and the resolution is still bad. Does anyone what to do?
I am providing the results for the 2 commands above.


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General :: Commands To Show All Failed Login Attempts

Oct 8, 2009

I'm trying to learn Linux by myself and i have a list of projects. for this project i have to use the grep command to show all failed login's attempts in my machine.

I believe the attempts are saved at /var/share/messages.log but i cannot figure it out.

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Fedora :: Set User Not To Show On Gnome Login Screen?

Jan 16, 2010

I'm wondering if there is an option to not show specyfic user on login screen in my gnome desktop - so f.e. I've got 3 users: "a", "b" and "c" and I want only "a" and "b" to be shown in login window.

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Fedora :: Login - After Type My Password Is Show 14 Screen But Stop Doing Anything

Jan 24, 2011

I have problem with login to Fedora 14. After I type my password is show Fedora 14 screen but It stop doing anything it show only Fedora 14 Picture background.

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Fedora :: Flash Lecture Can Not Be Viewed In Full Screen Mode / Show It?

Aug 19, 2011

The above lecture can not be viewed in Full Screen mode . When the full screen displaying point is clicked the video stops and only the sound goes on.

To where shall I report this?

I am using Fedora 15

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Ubuntu :: Suspend/hibernate Commands Freeze / Screen Turn To A Black Screen Without Shutting Down?

Jul 4, 2010

out of no where it seems ubuntu no longer wants to cooperate when suspending/hibernating. the screen will just turn to a black screen without shutting down. each time i have to maually power down my laptop.

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Fedora :: Xorg.0.log File Doesn't Show Errors - Stop At Black Screen

Oct 22, 2009

I just updated to the new drivers. In my Xorg.0.log file, it doesn't show any errors. It just stop at a black screen. This might be a new bug with the binary drivers.

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Ubuntu :: GNU Screen In Startup Screen: Multiple Commands

Aug 4, 2010

I am searching for a way to run multiple commands at boot time using the gnu screen utility.

A solution could be:

But the result would be many sessions, each one with just one child. What I need is just one session with many children, one child per command.

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Fedora :: How To Open Flipbooks In 15 - Not Displays The Contents Or Pages - Show A Blank White Screen

Jun 27, 2011

Recently i had migrated from windows 7 to fedora 15. i have lot of flipbooks with me and unable to open those flipbooks in fedora. finding a suitable solution to open those flipbooks. is there a software to open these books linux. in windows there is no requirement for special softwares to open flipbook, since it is similar to flv or swf files. i had already tried with wine. with wine the file is opened but do not displays the contents or pages, show a blank white screen. @people who dont know about flipbooks: flipbooks are flash objects usually created from pdf files used for reading, flipbooks simulate the reallife book actions(page turning).

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General :: Screen Resolution ATI RageXL Video Card Fedora 12 - Show 1600x1200 Pixels

May 19, 2010

I just installed Fedora 12 on a rack computer. I know my screen has the ability to show 1600x1200 pixels. But I don't know what my video card can do. Right now my screen is stuck at 800x600. When I had Fedora 11 I remember it could go to 1024x768 or maybe a little larger. I can't really find a driver for the ATI RageXL, How to make the screen resolution as high as possible.

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Ubuntu :: Screen Wont Execute Commands?

Jan 13, 2011

Cant type anything when i attach to my screen by typing screen -r. It doesn't even say neokyle@server, the only thing i can get it to let me do is detach. I cant even kill it.

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Software :: Sending Commands To A Screen Session?

Aug 7, 2010

I have several screen sessions running, one of them named 'test'. I want to send a simple command to there without attaching the screen, so I do:

screen -S test -X ls

But when I attach the screen to see if it has done something, nothing is different... How can I send commands then? Of course the 'ls' command is not what I want to do, but it's just an example in how this is not working.

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CentOS 5 :: Commands After Screen - Using ./hltv To Switch Directory?

Oct 7, 2009

I'm running a Counter Strike 1.6 Game server on my centos 5 VPS. I can get it to run by simply switching to the directory, then doing: ./hltv Now, when I do that, it obviously closes when I exit Shell. So I do the following and it gives me errors then. screen -A -m -d -S hltv ./hltv My question is, do I need all of those commands after screen? I just simply want it to not close once I exit Shell.

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Software :: Sending Commands To A Screen Session Owned By Root

Jan 27, 2011

I am a linux newbie. I have a situation where I need to send a command line -X command to a screen session owned by root from a nonprivliged account. The command is executed by a shell script, which in turn is executed from a PHP script. Is there a way to make this work?

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Ubuntu :: Commands - Sudo Kill -9 -1 - Screen Became Blank - Keyboard Not Responding

Jul 11, 2011

I am learning linux commands. I just wanted to see what happens when I type


The screen became blank. Keyboard was not responding. I couldn't do a proper shutdown. I switched off computer by pulling out the plug. When I restarted, I heard a series of beeps (approximately 10 beeps). Then I was dropped to the grub prompt. The problem now is I can not type anything into the grub prompt, because the character 'c' is continously printed across the screen like this:


I couldn't stop the character 'c' from printing (I tried pressing Esc, Ctrl+C)

The solution is easy. I can reinstall grub from a livecd. Or even reinstalling the entire operating system wouldn't take more than 30 minutes. But I want to know:

1) What exactly happened to grub? What stage does this error belong to (1, 1.5 or 2)? What is the error number?

2) How can running "sudo kill -9 -1" affect grub?

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Ubuntu :: Black Screen And Only Accepts Terminal Commands After Press Crtl+alt+F3?

Nov 10, 2009

So I pressed ctrl+alt+F3 and now my whole system is basically one big terminal - black screen and only accepts terminal commands. How do I go back to the 'normal' Ubuntu desktop screen? Rebooting only takes me back to the terminal command page described above. I can access root commands with sudo bash and my password, if fact all terminal commands seem to work. Is there a command I can use to go back to the regular desktop?

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Ubuntu ::can't Get The Logic Screen To Show Up?

Mar 3, 2010

I downloaded the Bisigi Theme packs for Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic and I noticed I can't get the logic screen to show up. Anyone know what's wrong? I was sure hoping I could use their login screens. I heard that in Karmic you can't change it? That's really a let down if it is, not to mention they don't even let user know that you can't change it? Or Can it be changed? Anyone have a hack or code for it?

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Slackware :: Never Show The Welcome Screen After Installation

May 13, 2010

After installation process, booting my laptop to get the welcome screen of Slackware, the system boot normally but it never show me the welcome screen, the PC turn to a Black screen and don't do anything, i was think that can be the resolution configured, and i change this in LILO after change this parameter in the lilo by command prompt, it was compilated and i reboot my PC.

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Ubuntu :: Installed 10.10 But Does Show Any Boot Screen

Oct 16, 2010

ive recently installed ubuntu 10.10.. but it does show any boot screen..even in ubuntu 10.04 it showed no boot screen..it just displays a black screen for 5-6 second..why is this happening?

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Ubuntu Installation :: OS Screen Won't Show After POST?

Jan 22, 2011

OS: Windows 7Problem: Want to dual boot Ubuntu and Win 7, but OS screen won't show after POST.I need some assistance in installing Ubuntu 10.10. This would be my first Linux installation, all I have done otherwise was virtualize Ubuntu 9.10.I have tried installing two times now but I can't get the boot screen to pop up for when I dual boot and check my OS.So here is what I did, not ever partitioning a drive before for duel booting:1. Go into Disk Manager and shrink the volume of the main HD by 25GB (I was going to use this for Ubuntu)2. I then inserted the Live CD with Ubuntu 10.10 on it and proceeded to install, however when choosing where to install it, I chose the advanced options and chose the partition that I set aside as free space for Linux (25GB -- 25600MB).

3. I set the boot loader to this partition, as the other partitions are the w7(windows 7) loader and the label of the HD. The partition was labled dev/shd5 or something like that. But when I am done installing and try to boot normally the screen where I am to choose which OS to boot does not appear.Question:What should I do to dual boot? I also tried selecting boot alongside another (or similar) and set the same settings as using the dev/shd5 free space that I allocated (25GB) and placing the boot loader on the same partition, which is not the main partition.I do not want to overwrite the Windows Partition as I have things on there that I will need,

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Ubuntu :: 10.10 Does Not Show Login Screen At Startup?

Feb 4, 2011

I'm a beginner with Linux. I'm using the version of Ubuntu 10.10 installed in a notebook HP Pavilion tx 2000 (Turion 64 x2). My Ubuntu is 32 bits.

I'm passing for the following situation:

When I turn on my notebook, if it is running on battery (even with the battery has 100% of charge), a login / password screen does not appear, and the screen goes dark and nothing more I can do (that I knew!). So I re-start the machine.

However, if the notebook is plugged into electrical energy (with or without battery), a login / password appears normally.

If, with the notebook plugged into electrical energy, I log in Ubuntu operating system, then great. After loaded the operating system, I can turn off electrical energy and the notebook works normally (only with battery). In other words, just the login screen that is with this electrical energy problem.

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Ubuntu :: GRUB Select OS Screen Won't Show?

Jun 11, 2011

I used StartUp Manager in Linux to change to "0" the time GRUB shows the "Select OS screen" now I'cant choose which OS I want to boot. Since WinXP is selected as the default OS, I can only log into Windows.

I've already tried to press the UP ARROW several times when the machine starts up but has no effect and the GRUB selection screen won't show up (This used to work on a desktop PC with GRUB and dual OS's). I'm on a laptop, is there any way to get to the GRUB select OS screen again?

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General :: Bootloader Does Not Show Up Blank Screen?

Mar 17, 2011

My laptop screen goes blank right after the bios is loaded. Live CDs have no effect either.I installed arch linux to my whole HDD today. Last time I installed ubuntu linux to my whole HDD, the same problem happened.The way I fixed the problem last time was by formatting the HDD with an internal HDD dock and then installing windows with linux dual boot.As I do not want to go through the hassle by installing windows again, and I would be very delighted if anyone had an alternate way. I really want my laptop to be windows free!It seems to me that my laptop is somehow constructed to crash / go blank if no windows partition / boot loader is detected. I have no idea why they would do that, maybe you have a better explanation?

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