ubuntu-users Digest, Vol 125, Issue 19

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Wed Jan 7 17:30:29 UTC 2015


I always used free software, and equivalent programs with windows, now that
Windows 8 refused, all is not even recognize equivalents.
Antivirals Macafe part quarantined on anything else, channeling all the
search engines Windows. Prevents you with advertising for accessing your
e-search engine other than Windows.

I bought a new laptop with Windows 8 installed, Ubuntu or parts of them,
does not run on Windows 8, Google is completely excluded unreliable
completely blocked, copies of free software shows all fixed minimum fee $
2, even if you pay you lock the computer.

Ho sempre usato software libero, e programmi equivalenti con windows,
adesso questo Windows 8 rifiutata, tutto è non riconosce neanche gli
equivalenti.
Gli antivirali Macafe parte in quarantena su qualsiasi cosa di diverso,
incanalando tutto sui motori di ricerca di Windows.  Ti impedisce con la
pubblicità  di accedere nel proprio indirizzo di motore di ricerca diverso
da Windows.

Ho comprato un portatile nuovo con windows 8 installato, Ubuntu o parti di
loro, non gira su piattaforma Windows 8, Google viene completamente escluso
non affidabile completamente bloccato, le copie di software libero vengono
mostrate tutte a pagamento fisso minimo 2 dollari, anche se paghi ti
bloccano il computer.
 Il 07/Gen/2015 13:00 <ubuntu-users-request at lists.ubuntu.com> ha scritto:

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>    1. Re: Got a battery backup (Scott Blair)
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> Date: Tue, 06 Jan 2015 15:15:48 -0500
> From: Scott Blair <scott.blair at gmail.com>
> To: dave at thefletchers.net, "Ubuntu user technical support, not for
>         general discussions" <ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
> Subject: Re: Got a battery backup
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> On 01/06/2015 02:48 PM, Scott Blair wrote:
> > On 01/06/2015 01:40 PM, David Fletcher wrote:
> >> On Tue, 2015-01-06 at 12:02 -0500, Scott Blair wrote:
> >>> I got an APC battery backup and installed apcupsd, which from what I
> >>> could understand is the Ubuntu
> >>> version of Powerchute. How do I know it is working?
> >> You do need to do some configuration work on it. The
> >> sudo apcaccess
> >> command should give you a good idea whether it's talking to the UPS or
> >> not.
> >>
> >> Dave
> >>
> >>
> >>
> > Didn't work, I got this:
> >
> > scott at main:~$ sudo apcaccess
> > [sudo] password for scott:
> > Error contacting apcupsd @ localhost:3551: Connection refused
> > scott at main:~$
> >
> >
> I did some configurations to the files and now got it to work.
> Thanks everyone!
>
> --
>
>
> Scott Blair
>
> Save on backup time BackupDevice=Null
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> Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2015 15:25:47 -0500
> From: Nathan Dorfman <na at rtfm.net>
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> Subject: Re: Curly braces in regular expressions, sed
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> On Tue, Jan 6, 2015 at 2:49 PM, Johnny Rosenberg <gurus.knugum at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > So I use the following command:
> > sed -r 's/.*([0-9]{1,2}:[0-9]{2},[0-9]{2}).*/\1/' x
> > [...]
> > Why is one digit missing in the third line?
>
> Simple: because the '*' operator that comes right before it is
> "greedy," meaning it will match as much as possible, including the
> first digit if it exists.
>
> If you include the first | character in your pattern, it should work
> for the example you posted. Like this: sed -r
> 's/.*\|([0-9]{1,2}:[0-9]{2},[0-9]{2}).*/\1/' x
>
> -nd.
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> Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2015 21:37:06 +0100
> From: Johnny Rosenberg <gurus.knugum at gmail.com>
> To: "Ubuntu user technical support, not for general discussions"
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> Subject: Re: Curly braces in regular expressions, sed
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> 2015-01-06 21:25 GMT+01:00 Nathan Dorfman <na at rtfm.net>:
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> > On Tue, Jan 6, 2015 at 2:49 PM, Johnny Rosenberg <gurus.knugum at gmail.com
> >
> > wrote:
> > > So I use the following command:
> > > sed -r 's/.*([0-9]{1,2}:[0-9]{2},[0-9]{2}).*/\1/' x
> > > [...]
> > > Why is one digit missing in the third line?
> >
> > Simple: because the '*' operator that comes right before it is
> > "greedy," meaning it will match as much as possible, including the
> > first digit if it exists.
> >
>
> I actually thought of that greedyness, but I reversed my thought: Since
> it's greedy it should match ?10? rather than ?0? since matching ?10? is
> greedier than matching ?0?? I never thought of the ?.*? part of the
> pattern?
>
> But yes, I see it now, thanks!
>
>
> >
> > If you include the first | character in your pattern, it should work
> > for the example you posted. Like this: sed -r
> > 's/.*\|([0-9]{1,2}:[0-9]{2},[0-9]{2}).*/\1/' x
> >
> >
> Yes, that works. I was actually going to try the following, but for some
> reason I didn't, I think I forgot about it?:
> sed -r 's/[^0-9]*([0-9]{1,2}:[0-9]{2},[0-9]{2}).*/\1/' x
>
> That is, look for anything that is NOT a number followed by that number
> pattern. I tried that now and it works too.
>
>
> Thanks!
>
>
> Kind regards
>
> Johnny Rosenberg
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