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Debian won't accept my network's password during installation

I'm trying to install Debian Jessie on a Toshiba Satellite M45-S331, but I'm stuck on the "Configure the network" step. I successfully installed the firmware for my wireless card, and I am able to ...
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Log file processing

I have a log file like this; I can get NOW=HOUR=date +'%H' I can get login time in hour with something like cat file | awk '{print $2}' | cut -d: -f1 Is there a way I can compare the login times ...
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USB hard drive doesn't auto mount

I just bought a raspberry pi and want to start using it as a NAS. I'm fairly new to this, but I've gotten this far.. I've got an external hard drive (freshly formatted NTFS) connected with a USB cable ...
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Internet connection in Grub2

Would it at all be possible to create an internet connection in Grub2? During boot that is? I realize the imminent security threat in doing so. Not asking if this is a good idea. I am more asking of ...
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grep command not working in conditional statement

I've a bash script that's supposed to go over all the filenames and print them only those that contain a certain letter (let's say it's 'o'). What I've done: command=`ls -l` for file in $command do ...
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1answer
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cant run dd command on android device

The main objective is to send a splited file to an android and join it back up with a .sh script, the file is splited to 5MB parts but its total size is unknown (trying to make an universal script), ...
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Arch and Windows 7 dual boot with encryption, replacing existing Linux install

I have a computer with 3 hard drives: 120 GB SSD, which Arch identifies as sdb 1 TB spinny drive, which Arch identifies as sdc 160 GB spinny drive, which Arch identifies as sda Currently, Windows ...
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Easiest way to find missing quote in a bash a script?

I have a bash script which is currently 700+ lines long. After a particularly long round of editing, it now errors like so: ./run_me.sh: line 693: unexpected EOF while looking for matching `'' ...
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Centos 7 - Recover mysql db from data files .frm and .ibd

I really need your help. I have migrated my operating system from Windows to Centos 7 without getting backup of mysql through mysqldump. Now I have mysql data files .frm and .ibd . I want to migrate ...
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1answer
11 views

Disable NFSv4 (server) on Debian, allow NFSv3

How can the NFS server on a Debian 8 system be limited to NFSv3? By default, shares can be mounted with both vers=3 and vers=4. /etc/default/nfs-kernel-server: # To disable NFSv4 on the server, ...
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1answer
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Sed: how to replace 0 and :?

sed -i s:group\:\:000::g myfile /usr/local/bin/sed: -e expression #1, char 12: number option to `s' command may not be zero I want to replace the string group::000 with nothing,i tried to escape ...
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upgrade chroot version on centOS 5?

How do I upgrade chroot release on my centos 5 server? I want to install a service that uses a new capability available in later versions (--userspec) of chroot and I can't find any documentation of ...
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Ubuntu Works on “Upstart” But not a Normal Boot. How to fix? [on hold]

How do I get Ubuntu to boot normally without having to use the "upstart" option? I've had a stable Ubuntu install running for quite some time now, but since 15.04 it only boots up stable when I do ...
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Problematic RTL8188EE Wireless Network Adapter

Good Day All, There are numerous results when searching google on this issue, however, none seem to have a solution. I am hoping to resolve this issue -- or at least have a decent workaround. It is a ...
0
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1answer
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No java command after sudo apt-get install default-jdk

I had some trouble with java so I manually removed the contents of /usr/lib/jvm directory. That was probably not a good idea, cause I have now bigger trouble to make java working again. I tried to ...
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0answers
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Interpreting regex wildcards with grep [duplicate]

This is a really simple question, but even after reading about wildcards/regex, I can't seem to grasp entirely what the differences between these commands are: grep . test.txt this one will look ...
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0answers
19 views

Add Repository In Debian 6.0.8 [duplicate]

I am trying to add a repository in Debian 6.0.8 sudo cat /etc/debian_version 6.0.8 sudo apt-get install software-properties-common E: Unable to locate package software-properties-common sudo ...
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How can I combine information of three files to create a fourth one?

I have three csv files, each of them containing the information I need to get a fourth one. I'm describing toy files but the actual ones contain much more columns and rows, still on the same models. ...
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1answer
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HPUX: how to access to remote repo swagent?

I have one server with hpux,two clients even hpux The client are hpux3,and hpux4 The server is called hpux2,and serve a remote repo of depots if i try to install from hpux2,of course all works fine ...
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1answer
5 views

Resizing the terminal window for ipython command prompt

I am using the OS X Terminal (I know, not Linux or Unix, but hopefully that's irrelevant here) for a number of operations, and commonly use nano to quickly edit files. In doing so I often resize the ...
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1answer
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Is it safe for my ssh user to be given passwordless sudo for `apt-get update` and `apt-get upgrade`?

I have an SSH standard user account on my personal server, and it has sudo access (via its password). I ssh in using a public key, so I don't have to type in the account password to log in. Is it ...
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1answer
23 views

Mounting Google Drive with google-drive-ocamlfuse

I've followed these instructions to use google-drive-ocamlfuse to mount Google Drive folders on a headless server But I've encountered an issue, unless I run the command to mount my ~/drive folder as ...
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0answers
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How can I reuse the Ansible inventory for local tasks?

I'm trying to make use of Ansible for configuration management and centralized administration. All the machines I'm interested about are actually containers on the host which is going to run Ansible. ...
2
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0answers
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Use desktop as bluetooth headset

My desktop's speaker is much better than my phones, so I want to use my desktop speakers in place of my cellphone's. It is inconvenient for me to use USB or the audio jack, so I am left with ...
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0answers
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systemd : write a .service daemon for setting up swap and fs in zram

I recently acquired a laptop with a ssd and in order not to weigh too much on the ssd (which I was told had a limited number of write cycles), I decided to write a systemd unit file for setting up a ...
2
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0answers
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How can I connect to the same server in multiple irssi instances?

I have an irssi session which is connected to Freenode (via /server fn), in which I am in multiple related channels. This session is inside of a tmux instance which has other terminals, also related ...
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HDMI plug/unplug external display issues with Laptop

I've got a Samsung laptop (archey reports "AMD E-450 APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics") from ca. 2010 that I'm essentially using mainly to run Kodi/XBMC hooked up to a TV via HDMI, running with Manjaro ...
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LG G2 Wireless storage usage in Linux

LG G2 Wireless Storage lets you have access to your phone's files (Pictures, Music, vidoes...) wirelessly from your PC. Make sure both devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network and then do as ...
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Bluez multiple audio sources

With the bluez stack, is it possible to connect multiple audio sources ? How ? If not is it possible by any other means ? If possible, is it possible to mix different bluetooth version like low-energy ...
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1answer
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External hard drive not recognized on USB 2.0 port

I bought a Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk (2 TB) external drive two years ago and used the drive with Ubuntu and Windows (dual boot workstation). I made a backup of the drive last week using another ...
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0answers
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What can cause GRUB2 to suddenly not be recognized by EFI?

I have two hard drives in my PC. The first one contains an ext4 partition with Debian, a swap partition and the EFI partition for Debian. The second hard drive contains Win8 and it's EFI partition. ...
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Linux light SIP server

I'm looking light sip server. He wants it to run next to Android in a chroot environment. Best if it were a configurable via the terminal or www. I've used so far miniSipServer, but the client is only ...
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1answer
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How does Bash auto completion work?

I can understand that bash auto completion works for standard utilities. But how does it do auto completion for custom programs like Oracle SQL loader? In the following command if you Tab after ...
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1answer
15 views

How to search for a defined parameter/IP [on hold]

Kindly i want to know whether a certain IP is defined or binded to any service or no, How can I do that?
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3answers
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Move files by date into different directory using CLI

I have a large number of pictures from an old hard drive that I'm trying to organize. If I run ls -l, I notice all of these files have a creation date of 2012 or before. Ideally, I'd like to move ...
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1answer
28 views

Aliasing a command with special parameters [duplicate]

I would like to have an alias for the following code:- g++ *.cc -o * `pkg-config gtkmm-3.0 --cflags --libs`; but I want that when I enter the alias it should be followed by the file name *.cc and ...
0
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1answer
11 views

gdb displays not all variables in KDevelop [on hold]

Hoping, the image describes the issue much better than I can do. Generally, I'm debugging a multithreaded application in KDevelop with gdb. I'm debugging the app step by step (F11 shortcut) and have ...
3
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0answers
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Book for understanding latest Linux kernel [on hold]

I want to understand the Linux kernel. For this I have the book "UnderStanding the Linux Kernel, 3e". Inside the book I have found that the book has written based on Linux kernel 2.6. But as my ...
3
votes
1answer
24 views

forward vpn traffic to another vpn server

I have set up 2 VPN servers in 2 different locations (A running strongswan as server and openvpn as client; B running openvpn as server), And A and B is linked via openvpn. What I want to do is to ...
3
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0answers
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Radiusd(freeradius): User only for a special client

Is it possible to restrict a user from the "users" file to a special client? I try to use one radiusd server for two wifi access points but I will use one user credentials only for one access point ...
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1answer
8 views

convert -composite freezes?

I installed ImageMagick with pacman on Arch Linux. Now I try to compose two images like this: convert \( -size 1x1 xc:black \) \( -size 1x1 xc:black \) -composite out.png but it freezes at 100% CPU ...
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votes
1answer
15 views

Suggestions for a GUI light distribution [on hold]

I am looking for a scaled down version of Linux/Unix I am a basic(!) user of Linux (Mint) who would like to learn more about OS' instrumentally: I am looking for the most scaled down distribution of ...
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1answer
41 views

Extend functionality of commands such as reboot to record a reason

Is it possible to extend the functionality of system commands such as reboot, shutdown -r now or init 6 so that when they are issued, the user must enter a reason and other information as part of an ...
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0answers
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Can't start postgresql [duplicate]

I recently installed kali linux and i mostly use it with metasploit. When i tried to start postgresql today,it showed this error root@localhost:~# service postgresql start [....] Starting PostgreSQL ...
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0answers
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What's the Linux equivalent of DWMThumbnail? [on hold]

Or rather how does the gnome-shell launchpad generate live previews of open applications?In windows I simply used DWM -in linux ?
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0answers
9 views

extract information about vmware host from within the guest

I have virtual machine (guest) running inside VMware Hypervisor (host). The guest is running Debian and has vmware tools installed How can I extract as much information as possible about the host, ...
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0answers
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How to handle multiple users for a device driver [migrated]

I am learning to write device drivers. I came across a scenario where there are multiple programs which want to write to the same driver. Instead of showing them a busy error, I would like to place ...
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votes
0answers
9 views

PyGI: SIGSEGV on change label of button [on hold]

After running i've got this: /home/drmgc/dev/prj/zelobar/zelobar/ui.py:72: Warning: g_param_value_set_default: assertion 'G_IS_VALUE (value)' failed self._clock_label.props.label = ...
2
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0answers
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How to resolve dracut problem when intall Fedora 21

I'm Ubuntu User. But I wanted to change my OS from Ubuntu to Fedora. So I wanted to Fedora 21. But there is a problem. I'm using USB Drive to boot Fedora 21. When I try to install Fedora I get a ...
3
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0answers
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Cursor position, dragging and resizing windows… with multiple monitors

I was finally able to get my four identically sized screens to work together, with three on one graphics card ( GeForce GTX 750 ) and one on a second card ( GeForce GT 730 ) in X11. It was a really ...

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