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Hello all. So I recently saw the post on http-prompt, which uses python-prompt-toolkit. I use zsh with zsh-autosuggestions, but I would love to have suggestions like those that are present in http-prompt/python-prompt-toolkit, using all the suggestion/completes I have loaded through antigen. Does anyone know of plugin or the like for ZSH to show all possible inputs, more than just what I have typed in the past? submitted by /u/mrkmg [link] [comments]

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Frank Karlitschek, the co-founder of OwnCloud, Inc. resigned from the company a couple weeks back. Today he tweeted It seems that Björn and Arthur are leaving ownCloud Inc. too With a link to the following announcement of resignation on Björn's blog. I don't see any supporting evidence about Arthur leaving as well. But holy cow, what's going on behind the scenes at Owncloud Inc? submitted by /u/ninjaroach [link] [comments]

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The following command can be used to make a bootCD from a standard Ubuntu distro available on www.ubuntu.com: dd if=Ubuntu.iso of=/dev/pthofUSB bs=4M; sync The only problem is that the drive becomes completely write protected aka read-only. I want to change it so I can write to it, as any user. The documentation online recommends changing the ownership and permission. Executing the commands: chmod 777 /dev/USB -fR * chown -R -v username:username * hdparm -r0 /dev/USB has no effect, even as root. The drive is still read-only. What's the best way to change it? submitted by /u/Digital001 [link] [comments]

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I followed this guide to encrypt my new installation of Ubuntu: https://community.linuxmint.com/tutorial/view/2061 It seems to me that all I've done is create an encrypted physical partition, and placed plain root and swap on logical volumes within it. That is fine, but how does it differ from simply choosing "Encrypt the new installation for security" from the Ubiquity installer? This method seems more thorough to me, but I can't get it to work with efi boot (grub install fails): https://thesimplecomputer.info/full-disk-encryption-with-ubuntu If someone could explain the differences between these three methods, I'd appreciate it. submitted by /u/BoscoMurray [link] [comments]

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What's the difference between those two? Why are distros like Arch switching over to I2S? Any advantages? I'm just curious because for me, on my Dell XPS 9343 it has only been causing problems with the audio cracking etc. No need for it to be ELI5, but I haven't found any good summary on this. submitted by /u/Drakdansaren [link] [comments]

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