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12:22 AM
dupes: 1 2 3 4 5
 
12:54 AM
 
Did the OP actually run the correct commands as this suggestion asserts?
@karel oh I saw that in reopen votes. Feeling sorry for the OP since they did as asked but it's still unclear!
Surprised it got reopened
 
2:34 AM
@karel The question is worse than that because it is extremely unclear as well as off-topic. However, I don't think it's actually asking for code in the sense you mean. Based on the wording in the title and body, it's asking for how to get HTTP response status codes, and not requesting that people write any C code.
 
3:00 AM
Do I see an answer in the comments on this question
 
 
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4:32 AM
OT Pop!_OS
 
5:01 AM
dupes: 1 2 3
 
 
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6:41 AM
 
@SasukeUchiha thanks for your edit suggestion to the Trello project guidelines. Of course, the suggestion is accurate - I just didn't have the heart to apply it. I guess when we resume the project, which I hope will be soon, I'll have to rewrite the guide, and come up with an entirely different workflow for myself
First thing I really understood at last the day after the election
The community could manage pretty well without mods, but mods are no use at all without the communitiy
 
OT Kali
 
PS, hope you're doing well with all your things :)
 
 
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9:06 AM
@pomsky POB may make sense but I'm inclined to keep the question open. (which sadly ain't going to be happen since it's now out of review queue)
 
 
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12:17 PM
@Natty tp
@BhargavRao Why does Natty occasionally post a link to logs.sobotics.org instead of sentinel.erwaysoftware.com?
@Natty tp
@Natty fp
Or was that ne?
@Natty tp
 
@Kulfy edit-and-reopen-ed
@EliahKagan when does that apply? It was an answer before the edit (although the command is in another answer)
 
I use it when a post clearly benefits from an edit which makes it much easier to recognize that it really is an answer.
@Natty tp
@Natty tp
@Natty tp
@Natty tp
@Kulfy I think that's just unclear.
@Natty tp
@Natty fp Some of the points are intended to solve the problem directly by being followed.
> ne : (stands for needs editing). This means that the post reported by the bot is badly formatted and needs an edit. If you edit the post which has been reported, reply to that particular message with ne or n.
So I guess that was ne.
@Natty ne
 
12:44 PM
Invalidated the previous feedback on askubuntu.com/a/1263846
 
@Zanna I think "GPG error" instead of "security errors" would have been more precise. Nevertheless, the title seems fine, at least, it's better than "Weird looking output". Thanks for editing and re-opening.
@EliahKagan I don't see how it's unclear.
 
It does not have (and has never had) sufficient details to be answered.
When it is unclear how to reproduce a problem because the OP has not told us how, that's unclear, not no repro.
I'm not sure how I feel overall about the changed wording of the post notices (and the new way they are displayed is overall terrible, simply because none of the various benefits outweighs not showing people specifically why questions were closed) but "Needs details or clarity" has always been what the old "Unclear what you are asking" close reason meant, and I'm glad about that change.
Likewise, if someone says they wrote a script to modify a text file, and it didn't give the modification they wanted, but they don't show the script or any part of the text file, that's unclear.
 
1:02 PM
Regarding corrupting file using text editors, I remember once I used sed with glob in a wrong directory and my hundreds of pictures got corrupted.
OP said that they corrupted the file by editing the file in text mode and removed first thousand lines. They were able to still view the file on Ubuntu but not on Windows or Android. I asked them to try opening with Google Chrome which can also work as a PDF viewer. OP wasn't able to open that in Chrome and claimed that they tried corrupting other PDF in a similar manner and those file got corrupted as expected.
 
1:18 PM
@Zanna no problem. Sorry I'm a lot inactive these days. My exams are coming up despite covid and I really can't afford to spend time here. Sorry everyone...
 
1:42 PM
@Kulfy Doesn't sound like a good idea to me considering the existing answer as an indicator of what kind of answers it would attract in the future.
(unrelated) Looks like OT - no-repro or a bug-report (see the EDIT part).
^^ The question originally described the issue of a keyboard shortcut stopping to function after a given amount of time after each reboot. Then the OP added an update (EDIT part) mentioning "the wanted behavior is now working for 2 hours straight" and promised to keep us informed of their findings. But no others updates were added after that.
 
2:10 PM
I recommend closing this one as a dupe (even though the target contains sort of a workaround only, as mentioned by the OP) on the ground that the questions are almost identical and that workaround is the best possible one for now.
Also the older question has quite a high number of views and appears as a top result after googling "shortcut key to show/hide Ubuntu dock" or something similar.
 
 
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[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ns for domain in answer, potentially bad keyword in answer (2): How to get XP-Pen Star 06 to work by Manish Vaishampayan on askubuntu.com
 
@Natty fp
@pomsky Okay. But that doesn't look deletable at least (as of now there's 1 delete vote), I think.
 
4:01 PM
 
 
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5:11 PM
@Kulfy If that is because the question has an answer with a positive score, then once again I disagree. First of all the answer goes off on a tangent and mentions some ways to customise KDE (using "KDE offers more customisations over GNOME" as a segue), but the question seems specific to GNOME (and also KDE didn't suit the OP, see the comments below the question, now moved to a chat).
Secondly, the answer demonstrates some ugly and repulsive customisations with a horrendous overuse of transparency. Yes, I know, I know, this is just my opinion, but that's the whole point; without any specific requirements or goals mentioned in the question, users would be encouraged to post all kinds of highly subjective customisations (that they prefer personally) as "answers" like this one.
(P.S. If it's not clear, it's not really my opinion, I'm just trying to make a point here.)
 
5:48 PM
@pomsky Seems you're right. I didn't read the answer. I have also voted to delete.
(unrelated) dupe
 
@SasukeUchiha that's not a problem at all!
I'm happy to hear you are focusing on your stuff
all the best
 
@Natty tp
 
 
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7:58 PM
Why has my flag to merge this question with the target (as the answer provides a GUI alternative of the CLI method mentioned in the target) got marked as 'helpful' but the questions were not actually merged? (cc mods, @Zanna)
 
 
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10:31 PM
@Natty tp
Is this comment an answer?
 
11:32 PM
I swapped the order of the rooms. Let me know if there's some new issues that prop up, thanks.
@EliahKagan when Sentinel returns an error code, Natty uses that FMS as a backup. FMS is on the same server as Nat, so it is kinda assumed that it won't die.
 
@BhargavRao Thanks!
@Natty tp
 

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