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This distribution was originally designed to facilitate the reconditioning of computers donated to humanitarian organizations, starting with the Emmaüs communities and to promote the discovery of GNU/Linux by beginners.This Debian edition 2-1.02 version includes the following fixes and enhancements: based on Debian 9.4 'Stretch'; addition of utilities to automatically detect and configure printer devices; addition of Shutter; addition of Darktable, but only for the 64-bit edition; addition of the LXDE installation icon within the Xfce menu; modification of the script handling the screen saver images in order for the user to be able to turn it off; update of the Wiki; updates of HPLip 3.18.4, Turbo Print 2.45, Skype 8.20 (64-bit edition only), Virtual Box-guest-dkms 5.2.10, Multi System 1.0423.The ffmpeg generally can be descibed as a command that takes a bunch of options and the last option is the output file. This article was so fun to write, that I decided to write several more parts.
"On May 21st 2018, the Emmabuntüs Collective is happy to announce the release of the new Emmabuntüs Debian edition 2 1.02, based on Debian 9.4 'Stretch' and featuring the Xfce desktop environment.
It's a user-driven website where people get to choose the best and most useful shell one-liners.
But before I do that, I want to take the opportunity and link to a few of my articles that I wrote some time ago on working efficiently in the command line: .
This one-liner is actually really bash-specific, as event designators are a feature of bash.
I wrote about event designators in much more detail in my article "The Definitive Guide to Bash Command Line History." The article also comes with a printable cheat sheet for working with the history. I open a system config file in vim and edit it just to find out that I don't have permissions to save it. Instead of writing the while to a temporary file modifier stands for substitute (greetings to sed) and it substitutes the first word with the second word.
Feel free to share your favorite Steve Jobs comments in the Talk Back. The Apricorn USB 3.0 Aegis Padlock DT drive is the solution to this problem.