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I'm not sure if you can set it up. As you have self figured out, OS X doesn't care much for countries in Latin America and out them all together. However, as what you need is to test your PHP application, you can check this post out. There are some steps you can do to force the locale. There is otherwise the ability of the web browser to emulate another ...
You would set that up in the Languages and Region setting in System Preferences Under the advanced tab, you can set your number formatting
OS X doesn't set a root password by default, so it's not possible to log in or su to root. The preferred way to run commands as root is sudo, since that requires your admin password instead of the (nonexistent) root password. sudo works a little different from su, as it's really intended to run single commands as root. Generally, you just use sudo as a ...
I assume you want to recover the root password. You can reset the password by logging in using your normal administrator account, opening the Terminal and issuing the command sudo passwd.
Just solved the shared directory problem (showing the content of the shared directory), by installing the guest addition under gnome terminal of the guest Ubuntu: cd /media/t/VBOXADDITIONS_5.0.16_105871/ sudo ./VBoxLinuxAdditions.run See "Installing Guest Additions from a Terminal" in http://askubuntu.com/a/22745/1471. Questions: Why did the above ...
From man less: -F or --quit-if-one-screen Causes less to automatically exit if the entire file can be displayed on the first screen. Remove the option from LESS to avoid this.
You can use an open source tool named UNetbootin. Also you can see an step-by-step tutorial with images by Ubuntu in here.
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