If I recall correctly, this video was included in early versions of Ubuntu.
On logging into a remote server, I got an error that began with:
WARNING! Your environment specifies an invalid locale.. This is how I fixed it:
I entered each one of these commands in the terminal. The last one reboots the server.
Quick tip: to create a backup of a directory (like a website) with a
.tar.bz2 format, you can compress it like this:
- To compress a directory, you can use:
tar -cjvf BACKUP_my_directory.tar.bz2 ./www
- To extract the tar.bz2 file do:
tar -xjf BACKUP_my_directory.tar.bz2
I was looking for a group of
.desktop files on Ubuntu. I wanted to examine the contents after finding them. I discovered a nice command line trick along the way.
.desktop files, you can run these commands in a shell:
I encountered a Docker bug that took a long time to fix. Every time I tried to run Docker on Ubuntu 14.04, I would see this error:
Here is a tutorial on how to set up virtualenv and virtualenvwrapper on Ubuntu 14.04. For a short written version, see the Virtualenv page. For best viewing experience, make the video full-screen and set the quality to the highest setting.