The action of modifying a program's behavior, generally by modifying a text file.

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Configured terminal window size does not create terminal windows of correct size

With my Xubuntu 12 with xfce I have configured a standard 80x24 window size for my terminals. But opening a window results in a smaller 79x24 window. (To me this looks like a bug - at least my former ...
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vim: hide status line in the bottom

Sometimes I work with really small terminal windows and need every piece of space available. So I want to hide the vim status line. I already set laststatus=0 this hides one of the status lines. But ...
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DBmail / Postfix | Mailing between my own mail adresses

I am trying to send an email from address1.com to address2.com. Both email addresses are hosted on my server. The mail cannot be send. Sending from:to MYSERVER -> EXTERNAL SERVER = WORKING EXTERNAL ...
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Connection error for linux webcam driver for matlab

This might seem like a duplicate post, well yes it is, but I have a different problem compared with the duplicate version of it. My value for imaqhwinfo gives me: InstalledAdaptors: {'dcam' ...
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Apache / OpenSSL configuration keywords `SSLProtocol` vs. `SSLCipherSuite`

According to the Apache docs I can configure the cipher suite with (a.o.) two different keywords and examples on Internet often use both (but not necessarily identical to below example). What is the ...
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Persistent configuration of two screens

I want to configure two screens side by side and want the configuration to persist a system restart. (I'm using xfce on Xubuntu 12.) I've inspected old questions and the answers mentioned arandr and ...
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Installing Redmine on openSUSE

I installed redmine-1.1.3-1.1 on a openSUSE 12.1 using the repositories http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/devel:/tools:/scm/openSUSE_12.1 . Anyway, after the installation: I edited the ...
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Updating config files within the script that references them?

I have no problem adding config files to a given script, but automatically updating them is another matter. In this instance I'm providing a few variables to a script, and I'd like the script to be ...
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puppet certificate catching error

After installing puppet master and client, when I request for catalog, I am getting the following error: [root@INFINI-ONE puppet]# puppet agent -t warning: peer certificate won't be verified in this ...
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cron/ bash is not working via scripting, scoping issue?

I'm trying to schedule a task to run ever minute using cron: * * * * * /home/yzm/simple.sh >> /var/log/cron.log and this returns: bash: yzm: command not found cd-ing out of that folder: cd ...
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Is it possible to include file in config file of zsh? How?

I'd like to have a file eg. f with only zsh aliases (pureness reasons). Then I'd like to include f file in my .zshrc file, so that the aliases defined in f are visible in .zshrc. Is it possible? If ...
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nginx serves info.php but doesnt serves index.php

info.php with basic phpinfo() is served when I enter info.php in the url, however index.php is not being served. I tweaked around some changes reading different answers on stackexchange `try_files ...
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Correct domain name for a non-server desktop machine

I have some Debian desktop machines, and during installation I left the domain name field blank, because I don't host any websites and I do not have a static IP (whatsmyip.org gives a different IP ...
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Can't install graphics driver on Wheezy - Using Inspiron 3537

I've recently installed Debian Wheezy 7.5 and dual booted it with Ubuntu 14.04. I've installed all of the drivers except the graphics driver which I've been trying to install for a couple of days. ...
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vsftpd full anonymous access

I'm runnning vsftpd on Raspberry Pi, Debian 7.0. I want to use it to do backups in my Home-LAN only, so security is not an issue (behind NAT/Firewall, only trusted users). I would like full access as ...
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vsftpd does not list content of a directory

I have set up a FTP server using vsftpd and enabled anonymous upload and download. The problem I have is that when I upload a directory it will be uploaded successfully (I can see it in server), but ...
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Where should an app save working files?

I'm designing a GUI application that works with scanned documents. It allows the scans to be manipulated before they are saved/exported, so it needs to store the data for each scanned page ...
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How to enable and configure WiFi in debian 7 wheezy.?

I just installed the debian 7 wheezy, but WiFi is not working. I visited the debian wiki pages but they have already mentioned there that the broadcom chip BCM43142, 4e4:4365 is not supported by the ...
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How to fix make error “No rule to make target 'menuconfig'” when building a kernel for Beagleboard?

The aim is to build and install the USB Video Class (UVC) module, via make modules_install. I'm trying to configure the kernel via make menuconfig on Angstrom distribution, running on BeagleBoard-xM. ...
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How to use screen rotation in Awesome WM configuration?

I'm using an xrandr script to set screen size and rotation. In this case one screen is in landscape mode and the other is rotated. How can I detect this rotation in the Awesome WM configuration? The ...
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How to update focus when toggling tags in Awesome WM?

How to reproduce: Install awesome, firefox and xterm. Start Awesome WM with my current configuration. There should now be an XTerm window in the first tag ("shell") and a Firefox window in the ...
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vsftpd: virtual user not able to upload file or create directory

I created 2 virtual users for ftp (vsftpd): bholu1 and bholu2 I wanted bholu1 to have write access, access to make directory and upload permission. For that I have set up the user bholu1 as below but ...
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Modify confgs of many hosts at once [duplicate]

I use two linux machines, home pc and server. Lets say i want to modify some config files on both systems. How can i synchronize them to make these modifications ony once? Is there option to add ...
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SMTP issues - unable to connect : CentOS 6.5, Postfix, Dovecot, MySQL

I'm trying to setup an email server on a CentOS system with Postfix, Dovecot and MySQL. I'm following this article for an Ubuntu system: ...
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Login dialog doesn't stay on screen long enough to input credentials(resume from screensaver)

I have an old computer which I upgraded the GPU to Mobility Radeon HD 5430 Series, I just installed the modules for Debian Wheezy, but now my screen-saver doesn't work anymore, when I come back to the ...
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Where is the memcached configuration file in archlinux?

I can't find a configuration file for memcached (1.4.21-1) on archlinux. I have looked in /etc/ and /etc/conf.d/ . Is there a config file? And where can I find it?
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Editing INI-like files with a script

I'm writing a script to automate setting up Puppet agent configuration files in Docker. Basically, I need to ensure that the following section is in /etc/puppet/puppet.conf: [agent] ...
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When is /etc/bash.bashrc invoked?

What is this file anyway? Documentation makes no mention of it. And it's not supposed to be run automatically (version 4.3, 2 February 2014): Invoked as an interactive login shell, or with --login ...
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Virtual Host showing error 11001 even after chown and chmod

I am trying to create a virtual host to just test a basic html website. Guest OS - Ubuntu 14.04 Host OS - Ubuntu 14.10 In the Host OS, I connect through a proxy server which requires me to enter a ...
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How can the xkb layout settings be simplified?

The question is, if there is a way to simplify the structure of the xkb configuration related to keyboard layouts? As explained in further detail below there are 5 independent places in which a ...
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“No package stress available, nothing to do” and "bash: yum-config-manager:command not found

I am trying to install the stress package on CentOS 7 virtual machine running on vmware player on windows 7 laptop. I have tried many packages and have updated yum but whenever I run sudo yum install ...
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How to tidy up the .keywords file on a gentoo system?

One can select testing packages on a gentoo stable system by adding a line with the following syntax to keywords list: cat /etc/portage/package.keywords =dev-python/ipython-0.13.2 ~amd64 # and many ...
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How to automatically apply wpa_supplicant configuration?

To authenticate in a corporate network I have to run the following command: $ sudo wpa_supplicant -i eth0 -D wired -c /etc/wpa_supplicant/mywired.conf -B The configuration script loaded thereby ...
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Which version of NFS is my NFS server using?

I'm mounting a NFS filesystem on my machine. How do I figure out what version of the NFS protocol the server uses? I don't have access to the NFS server machine, but I do have root on my client ...
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Server setup and configuration

I am tasked with the process of installing and configuring a LAMP server from scratch for hosting Drupal sites. I have installed the LAMP stack but I'm experiencing multi-user editing problems. ...
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How to restrict output of iw dev wlp3s0 scan?

I am trying to configure a wireless network on a newly installed Arch Linux. The command iw dev wlp3s0 scan gives information about all the found networks. I only need the information about my SSID.
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Using a non-standard location for avahi services

I want to use avahi on a system with a read-only rootfs where /etc is not writable. I can start avahi-daemon with the -f option to specify a non-standard location for the avahi-daemon.conf file ...
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Using OpenVPN with systemd

Ok, so I've been searching the web for solutions to this problem with no answers seeming to work for me. Hopefully someone can help me. I'm only trying to configure the OpenVPN Client. I'm running ...
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Change lightdm background

Seen similar question many times on AskUbuntu, but most answers was bout unity-helpers or gconf ...canonical... etc, so this actually doesn't seem to work. The problem is that I decided to move to ...
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hostapd file not running

i get some error in my hostapd file saying random: Trying to read entropy from /dev/random Configuration file: /etc/hostapd/hostapd.conf ctrl_interface_group=0 Could not read interface ra0 flags: No ...
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Change default port for PulseAudio (line out, not headphones)

When I boot, PulseAudio defaults to sending output to Headphones. I'd like it to default to sending output to Line Out. How do I do that? I can manually change where the output is current sent as ...
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How do you get hardware info and select drivers to be kept in a kernel compiled from source?

I would like to create a minimal kernel for a web server. When you compile a kernel from source how do you get hardware info and then know what drivers need to be kept in the kernel so the rest can ...
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vsftpd wont start

I have Rapsberry Pi B+ with Arch Linux installation. uname reports version: [computer@computer001 ~]$ uname -a Linux computer001 3.18.3-3-ARCH #1 PREEMPT Mon Jan 26 20:10:28 MST 2015 armv6l GNU/Linux ...
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Yakuake doesn't save shell setting

When I change the shell appearance opacity it works fine but when I reboot Ubuntu again, the opacity is back to 0 and I have to configure it again. How can I save the Yakuake settings? I am using ...
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How to disable script in “dot-d” (with suffix “.d”) directory in /etc without deleting it?

There is a lot of stuff that is configured using directories in /etc with .d suffix, which stands for "directory" and even though Unix doesn't require such suffix, it is used to avoid name clashing. ...
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How to check Grub2 config file?

When I boot my Fedora 19, I get a very brief error message when Grub2 loads. It's too quick to read, as it switches to the graphical mode almost instantly. My idea is to test the config file. I ...
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Is it possible to use “submenu” command in grub2 embedded config?

I want to enumerate all partitions of my hard drive, and include /boot/grub/grub.cfg file from each partition as a submenu. And I want to do this in embedded config file. This way all partitions will ...
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How to automate Linux server configuration?

Is there any way to automate Linux server configuration? I'm working on setting up a couple of new build servers, as well as an FTP server, and would like to automate as much of the process as ...
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CentOS server to be used to internally issues

I have a CentOS 6 server here in our IT dept. and I want to install Nagios on it for some more network and enterprise insight. It has a internal IP that matches the network scheme as well as a ...
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How does autoconfig/autodiscover work?

I have a server with OpenLDAP/Kerberos authentication with 7 desktops/clients. Manually generating a new user and configuring a new profile (gnome, evolution mail accounts, evolution calendar/tasks ...