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How to make xterm display Chinese characters?
Wednesday, April 09, 2014 @ 14:26:27 UTC by lbadmin (178 reads)
ericzma writes
How to make xterm display Chinese characters?: How to make xterm display Chinese characters? It just displays some small rectangles for Chinese characters. Continue reading: How to make xterm display Chinese characters? at Fclose Asked Questions.

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How to back up a complete IMAP account?
Wednesday, April 09, 2014 @ 14:26:22 UTC by lbadmin (67 reads)
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How to back up a complete IMAP account?: I have a large IMAP email account which contains many emails in a rich structure of directories. How to back up the whole IMAP account to my local computer? The requirements: Continue reading: How to back up a complete IMAP account? at Fclose Asked Questions.

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Making Emacs Startup Faster
Wednesday, April 09, 2014 @ 14:26:17 UTC by lbadmin (66 reads)
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Making Emacs Startup Faster: I use Emacs in terminals and start/close Emacs frequently as needed like in a file checking-editing-closing loop. However, Emacs seems take some time to start up especially some heavy modes are used. How to make Emacs start up faster? Continue reading: Making Emacs Startup Faster at Fclose.com.

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Customizing Fonts in Gnome 3
Wednesday, April 09, 2014 @ 14:26:10 UTC by lbadmin (122 reads)
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Customizing Fonts in Gnome 3: Gnome 3 is great and I can understand that it emphasizes on simplicity. However, the configuration settings for Gnome 3 does not provide tools for certain functions that I need. One of them is customizing the fonts. This post will summarize the tools/tips that I adopted to customize the fonts in Gnome 3. Continue reading: Customizing Fonts in Gnome 3 at Fclose.com.

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How to change the default text editor on Linux
Friday, March 21, 2014 @ 08:18:24 UTC by lbadmin (276 reads)
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How to change the default text editor on Linux: On Linux, a default editor is used for text editing such as crontab -e or git commit. How to change it to the editor of my own choice? Continue reading: How to change the default text editor on Linux at Fclose Asked Questions.

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`cut` using a string as the delimiter?
Friday, March 21, 2014 @ 08:18:19 UTC by lbadmin (149 reads)
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`cut` using a string as the delimiter?: Is is possible to cut in Linux using a string as the delimiter? Continue reading: `cut` using a string as the delimiter? at Fclose Asked Questions.

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Directly SSH to hosts using internal IPs through the gateway
Friday, March 21, 2014 @ 08:18:12 UTC by lbadmin (191 reads)
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Directly SSH to hosts using internal IPs through the gateway: We have many hosts with internal IPs like 10.0.3.* behind a gateway, say gateway.example.org. The hosts with internal IP connect to the Internet through the gateway. Continue reading: Directly SSH to hosts using internal IPs through the gateway at Fclose Asked Questions.

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How to get a Makefile's directory for including other Makefiles
Wednesday, March 12, 2014 @ 14:21:18 UTC by lbadmin (223 reads)
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How to concatenate multiple video file together on Linux
Wednesday, March 12, 2014 @ 14:21:11 UTC by lbadmin (197 reads)
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How to concatenate multiple video file together on Linux: I have multiple video files, say video1.avi, video2.avi and video3.avi. How to concatenate these multiple video file to a single file together on Linux? Continue reading: How to concatenate multiple video file together on Linux at Fclose Asked Questions.

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How to find files in a directory that are larger than certain size?
Wednesday, March 12, 2014 @ 14:21:06 UTC by lbadmin (262 reads)
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How to find files in a directory that are larger than certain size?: I have many files under a directory. How to find those files under the directory that are larger than certain size, say 500MB? Continue reading: How to find files in a directory that are larger than certain size? at Fclose Asked Questions.

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