im wondering if anybody could help me with a command im wanting to run. i currently have several “archive” folders under multiple client parent companies. The structure is as follows – Current Client files\”Client Name”\Archive
im wanting a command that will disable inheritance for the “Archive” folder withing each client folder, without effecting the inheritance properties of the “Client name” folder or any permissions for the other folders within that. i only want the Archive folders properties to Change.
Any help appreciated, thanks, H
when I try to customize the command prompt by following maru’s comment.
Via the terminal:https://askubuntu.com/a/789921/1003835
so I change my command prompt setting.
the path through Edit → Preferences → Profiles
edit the current profile, to change the command: enter image description here
after this, I can’t open the command prompt. How can I do to fix this error?
I want to disable this popup:
when using the terminal
Using Ubuntu 19.04, Dell XPS 9370
Normally, after resuming from a suspend, I can see the lock screen. A keyboard press or mouse click brings up the password prompt so that i can log in.
Occasionally, Ubuntu will get stuck at the lock screen, mouse clicks and keyboard presses dont bring up the password prompt. I can still interact with other elements of the lock screen, but i am not able to log in.
Googling around ‘no password prompt after resume’ returns a lot of results, but these dont appear to be my specific problem.
- Any ideas what might be going on here?
- In the absence of a complete fix, is there a workaround that will let me log in?
git remote -v shows the correct
upstream url’s but I wish I could just get the
(master) prompt back.
I reinstalled Ubuntu and installed Git.
I think the
(master) shows up for any new git repos but for ones carried over from the old Ubuntu installation on an external HDD don’t show
(master). Is there a quick solution?
I had previously ubuntu and windows 10 installed on my computer. GRUB2 was my boot loader, and on startup I had the grub menu from which I could choose to boot on ubuntu or Windows.
Recently I decided to replace Ubuntu by KDE Neon. I installed it on my previous Ubuntu partitions after formatting them. Installation went successful but now when I restart my computer, GRUB doesn’t display the menu as before but only shows the command prompt. If I want the menu to appear I have to execute the following command:
grub> set root=(hd1,gpt6) grub> set prefix=(hd1,gpt6)/boot/grub grub> insmod normal grub> normal
After this, the menu is displayed and I can see all the kernels installed.
I tried to run the Boot Repair tool, but without success. Here is the output of Boot Repair
I have no clue of what is wrong. Thank you for helping
What sites or new startups do you think are doing the best job in prompting signups?
Are there any recommendations on tools that can run light weight daily port checks on a windows server? I am hoping to check the state of ports daily. I recently discovered that port 1433 randomly closed after an update but nothing from MS mentions that an update could potentially disable the port.
Any suggestions would be great.
I edited hostname in /etc/hostname and in /etc/hosts; I want the command prompt to be ‘new’ instead of ‘old’; now, what I have is old@new; is there any way to completely get rid of old? Hostname displays correctly as ‘new’
I am currently playing with a new gnome theme for Ubuntu 18.04 and trying to fix ugly icons in popups. Does somebody knows whether this could be fixed from theme’s shell.css, and whether there are specific css entries for these popup screens in theme’s shell.css? (or any other ways of fixing the icons). Any help would be much appreciated 🙂
Ugly Power Off popup
Ugly Password Prompt popup
Ugly log-in screen