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Why does Linux hang up at turn on?

I persuade my wife to use Linux (Fedora 20) on her laptop by claiming, among the other reasons, that it boots up at power on much faster than Windoze. Lately however it tends to hang up sometimes, ...
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Password fail delay is too long - Linux Mint 17

As per the title, the delay after a failed password is very long. In /etc/pam.d/login, FAIL_DELAY is configured as auth optional pam_faildelay.so delay=3000000 however, actual delay is ...
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Minimize game server delay with iptables

I have a debian 7 server hosted by Google Cloud running a game server and a rails server. The rails server run on port 80 and the game server on port 8000. I wanna apply a network rule that allow ...
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I _WANT_ procmail to delay one users e-mail 10 seconds then continue processing

Thank You all for Stack Exchange. It is a wonderful resource and I have obtained answers many times in the past here. Thank You. I use procmail. I wrote my own spam filter in procmail (long with ...
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delay to get password prompt when ssh'ing to a public server

i have a server (debian 7) setup in my university with public ip. when I ssh into the system (from outside the campus), I get a weird delay of 5-10 seconds before I get the password prompt. Why is ...
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Initial delay in typing

I've noticed after I come back to my newly installed Fedora 20 system, there's a delay in typing. For example, if I have a terminal window open, and I leave it alone for a few minutes and return, ...
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Understand debug messages from sshd [closed]

I'm using OpenSSH_5.8p1 in my machine,I'm connecting my machine using putty client but its slower so I have ran sshd in debug mode and found following messages can any one explain me in detail about ...
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How to make some initscript start after delay at boot?

I want to run a thing that may disrupt the system (or remote access to it) if something goes wrong (for example, misconfiguration). To reduce problems I want to have a "grace period" after the system ...