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Defunct Lizard

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About Defunct Lizard

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    Member
  • Birthday March 30

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    behind you
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    I5-2500
  • Motherboard
    Dell mATX
  • RAM
    4x2GB DDR3 RAM
  • GPU
    nVIDIA Geforce GTX 950 (Inno 3D)
  • Case
    Dell Optiplex 990
  • Storage
    1TB caviar blue 7200 rpm
  • PSU
    EVGA 450 watt bronze
  • Display(s)
    1X 1680x1050 monitor
  • Cooling
    Stock intel cooling

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  1. https://www.gnu.org/software/bash/manual/html_node/Command-Substitution.html I'm trying to do a command substitution. The zenity code by itself works, what I'm trying to do is take the output of the code and set it as $GIMP. @WereCatf
  2. Sorry, you are right. I checked again and: GIMP=$" " gimp "Known as GIMP, GNU Image Manipulation Program is a free and open source photo editor." \ does not in fact work. I was confusing the automatic output of zenity and my own echo command. Is there something wrong with this ^. I've tried putting parenthesis around the code like this: GIMP=$( " " gimp "Known as GIMP, GNU Image Manipulation Program is a free and open source photo editor." \ ) But is gives errors, whether I add a space in between it or not. This sadly also does not work. ?
  3. My point in saying "I have tested this and have confirmed that when I select the checkbox next to "gimp" it changes the value of the variable to "gimp" " is just to indicate that the problem is the if then statement and not the variable. @WereCatf
  4. I am creating a bash script that installs programs and themes on Ubuntu Linux. Currently my script goes a little something like this: GIMP=$" " gimp "Known as GIMP, GNU Image Manipulation Program is a free and open source photo editor." \ if [[ $GIMP == "gimp" ]] then sudo apt-get install $GIMP else echo "did not install gimp" fi I am using ZENITY, which lets me open a text dialog box with columns, rows and check boxes. The first part is my variable, where sets the variable GIMP as nothing or as "gimp". I have tested this and have confirmed that when I select the checkbox nex
  5. thank you for telling me welcome!

  6. Thanks, but I think I'm looking for something new. I buy a lot of used things and have had problems with laptops in the past (problems with batteries, displays etc.).
  7. I am looking at buying a very cheap laptop, and am looking at Chromebooks. My plan is to install a lightweight Linux distribution like Lubuntu or any other (preferably Debian based) distribution. My budget is anything under $200 and it should have an X64 processor because I do not want to deal with Linux on ARM. I do not have very much experience with laptops, any recommendations?
  8. Thank you so much! I just can't tell if the IP is the source or the destination because I've never seen an IP like "0.0.0.0" Also when I try to add the filter it becomes red and I can not enter it. I have replaced all the Xs with the IP and none of them work.
  9. I have an a on echo dot generation 2, and for a project I would like to track the package with Wireshark. I don't know much about Wireshark, but was thinking that somehow I could find the IP of the echo and filter the traffic on my network so I could focus on that. How can I do this, and if not is there a better way?
  10. I usually press my mouse button in and drag to scroll down my pages on discord and chrome, I recently switched to Ubuntu and it doesn't work at all. I tried three different mouses and nothing works. Is it a setting in chrome or Ubuntu that I need to change? My scroll wheel is not smooth and it is annoying so I have to use this method or use the scroll bar so it would be helpfull to find out how to use this again.
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