How to remove nodes from XML file as command line?

I have an xml file that contains the tag </w:rPr> several times. It is used like this <w:rPr><w:rFonts w:ascii=”Symbol” w:hAnsi=”Symbol” w:hint=”default”/></w:rPr> However the content between the tag itself is sometimes different. Could there be a way to use sed or something other to delete everything between <w:rPr> and </w:rPr> and then both tags as well?…

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After removing sddm and lubuntu-desktop, my desktop environment is missing some environment variables

After removing sddm and lubuntu-desktop, and using startx to spin up a graphical interface with my window manager of choice (cwm), ~/.local/bin is not on the PATH anymore. I googled around and it seems that this path standard is defined by systemd and if you run systemd-path, you can see that it expects ~/.local/bin to…

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Got time out error when mounting NFS

NFS server IP is 192.168.0.70, and NFS client IP is 192.168.0.84. My /etc/exports file just like this: /my/share/dir 192.168.0.84(ro,sync,no_subtree_check) And I use below commend to mounting: sudo mount -t nfs 192.168.0.70:/my/share/dir /mnt/my_mount The error message is: username@client84:~$ sudo mount -t nfs 192.168.0.70:/src_dir/ /home/username/mount_point/ mount.nfs: Connection timed out And the status of NFS serverm is: username@server70:~$…

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