Q: How to find and replace a string in Nano?
A: The answer is straightforward, while you are in Nano,
- Press Ctrl+\. Notice that a box appears in the bottom of the window
- Then type the string you are trying to find and press Enter
- Then type the string you want to replace and press Enter
- At this point Nano jumps to the first instance of what you are looking for and shows you a set of shortcuts to go and find one by one, by pressing y for accepting and n for skipping, or replace all by pressing a
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Q: How to search in Ubuntu application repository?
A: There are several ways to search in Ubuntu application repository but the easiest way is as follows:
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Q: How can I open terminal in Mac OS?
A: This is a very basic question and a very essential one. The following steps are showing different ways you can do that, so only do one of these ways:
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Q: How can we check the current running linux version?
A: The following commands are somehow distro-specific which means they may not work on all linux distros, so try them all. The distros which the following commands are tested has mentioned.
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Q: How can I run iPython web interface GUI on my Ubuntu 12.04 LTS? I’ve installed iPython but don’t want to run it in terminal or QT and want to open my notebook in web interface.
A: This is fairly easy, just type the following command in the terminal (no need to run ipython beforehand) and then go to http://127.0.0.1:8888
ipython notebook --pylab=inline
Q: Why do I receive this error “Error getting a Request Token: Bad Request” when I try to add Online Account to my Linux?
A: This Error pops up when your computer time is not acceptable by Google server. This issue can be solved by setting your computers time and region.
In below you can see the link of RedHat Bugzilla post about such a problem.: