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Hello I am a young student, with not so much money. And am trying to download a book for school. this is the book: http://www.scribd.com/doc/98591038/Spacecraft-Attitude-Determination-and-Control-9027709599#scribd I tried the following command to download all images from the website: wget -E -r -nd -A jpg -P /home/ya/Desktop/myFolder --accept-regex "https://html1-f.scribdassets.com/.*.jpg" http://www.scribd.com/doc/98591038/Spacecraft-Attitude-Determination-and-Control-9027709599 There are two issues: I see it only downloads one file in stead of all the images I get the error "removing fileName since it should be rejected" submitted by /u/the4liquid [link] [comments]

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I'm sure the people in this sub will know this: I'm looking to buy a couple of laptops to run fedora and was considering something like this: https://www.cyberport.de/hp-350-g2-p5t04es-notebook-i7-5500u-matt-hd-ohne-windows-1C23-A3Y_1688.html but the screen quality, touchpad, build quality is beyond sub par... so following the advise that seems to pop up here often I was wondering if anyone knew any webshops or sites that sell used thinkpads/elitebooks/latitudes etc inside the european union *. looking only for 15" laptops *. must be inside EU since anything outside gets stopped by customs submitted by /u/BLOOD_ASCENSION [link] [comments]

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Hello! I use Windows 10 as my primary OS, and from time to time I use Ubuntu in VirtualBox. I can't find of any good reason to install Ubuntu directly on my machine and use it as my primary OS. I came across various posts on net why GNU/Linux OSs are "better", but I can't seem to find the reasons good enough to switch. Following are my conclusions: Linux is free, Windows is not - True. But I got Windows 7 with my laptop (which was at same price even if I opted for Ubuntu OS instead of Windows 7), and upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 10 was free. So price factor isn't relevant to me. Linux is open-source, Windows is not: True. But I won't understand low-level programming of Ubuntu anyways (or maybe I won't try checking entire code even if it's open source). Yeah other programmers contribute and keep the source free from malicious code, but Microsoft has gained enough reputation in the market to be trustable enough for their softwares, just like Google and Apple have good reputation. So the fact that Windows is closed source, is alright with me. Linux run better on old hardware, on which Windows can not: Maybe. Although newer version of Windows are also made to have low system requirements. Anyways, I've enough RAM, HDD, and CPU power to be able to run Windows and Ubuntu both properly, so this is not an issue for me either. The hardwares on Linux run out of the box without the need of any drivers, while they need to be installed on Windows: Most of hardware run out of the box on Windows too. The additional drivers (for example, my Intel motherboard or AMD graphic card) are to enhance the performance of those hardware even more. But they ARE running before installating these softwares as well, otherwise my computer wouldn't start at all if motherboard didn't work without the additional drivers. More virus are made for Windows rather than Linux: True. But that's because of the fact that developers don't bother the little userbase of Linux. It's not exactly a plus point or something to be proud of Linux, it's more like luck in developers' ignorance. And moreoever, I'm careful/knowledgeable enough to know which links to open and what file types to execute. Didn't had a need to install any antivirus software on my system since years. Yea I keep Windows Defender on, but that never detected a virus for me (not saying it's bad. Just that I don't suffer this problem). The untrusted EXEs I download from internet, I run them in a sandbox, or another virtual machine I made for this purpose itself. Linux terminal is better than Windows CMD/Powershell: Maybe. But I don't plan to use either of them. Everything in Windows can be done using GUI, but in Ubuntu, I "had" to resort to terminal for many common tasks. I'm not sure about resource usage, whether Windows 10 uses more resources or Ubuntu does. Also, I'm neglecting the "quality" softwares/games catalogue since there is clearly no question of comparison here. Ubuntu has alternatives, yes. Comparable alternatives, nah. Windows registry is evil, yeah. I'd prefer if softwares keep their files within their own folder. But Linux packages scatter their files here and ther a lot more than Windows' software does. So why exactly should I (or maybe I shouldn't?) switch to Ubuntu or any other GNU/Linux OS? PS: Yea I'm a .Net developer, but that's not the ONLY thing I do on my computer. So this post isn't biased because I need Visual Studio on Windows or because I'm in Microsoft ecosystem. It won't be a big deal to use Ubuntu as primary OS and switch to Microsoft only when I need to. This post is about general usage like music, movies, internet surfing (that's platform independent for client though), and games. Yea I know Steam is on linux too, but not ALL Steam games have their Linux version, plus Steam does not mean ALL games made for computer. Oh and I keep Windows' automatic updates off, automatic defrag off. Used to keep file indexing off, but now I keep it on and don't really notice difference. My windows 10 didn't corrupt since many months now (although it did corrupt itself earlier 2-3 times on some updates, but Microsoft fixed that now. submitted by /u/Prateek_Jain [link] [comments]

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So I know there are many terminal emulator options in linux. I just wanted to see if anyone has had any experience with secure crt on linux. Worth the money? submitted by /u/throw-away-acct-1 [link] [comments]

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I often use /etc/rc.local to run commands at boot. Is this still used? What's the accepted alternative? submitted by /u/ender998 [link] [comments]

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