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Arch Linux Boot Halts on “Started Authorization Manager.”

I was using Arch Linux on my laptop, and during the shutdown procedures there was something making it wait and during that time my laptop ran out of batteries. Now when I try to boot it halts. This ...
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Detect when sdcard removed

I'm working with a small Arm board (Emtrion) running Debian Linux. Emtrion has provided an sdcard image that can update the boards flash. I would like to extend the simple update script, so that when ...
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Adobe Experience Manager Author Server running maximum CPU

Adobe Experience Manager Author Server running maximum CPU I have an adobe experience manager author server which is using 100% CPU. When I check the online sources and documentation, I was asked to ...
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KeepAliveD Documentation

I am looking for a consolidated documentation for KeepAlieD. My apologies if this is not the right place to ask this question. However, even after extensive googling for 2 days, i could not find a ...
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Grep on single line [duplicate]

I have a script that streams a pattern in a single line (no linebreaks). I want to grep stock_ticker in that line and output it as soon as I have found one. Now the script is never ending and is ...
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Is it possible to delay booting the system after the user has pressed the power button? [on hold]

I want to delay the time to load the kernel after the user has pressed the power button by 10 seconds. Reasons for this is a machine we have built which requires other components to start sending data ...
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apt-get error installing software on Parrot OS

I am trying to install Evolution Email client but when I run "sudo apt-get install evolution" I get the following errors: "Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state ...
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Extract source commands of an existing gnome terminal session? [duplicate]

I have a bit of a situation. One of my co-workers just overwrote everyone's bashrc and bash_profile files. My custom settings have been lost. However, I still have a terminal open which sourced my own ...
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How to set user creation limit on vtiger CRM?

I have installed vtiger latest version. In the admin panel how to set the user creation limit? I need to set maximum users = 10.
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Building RPM results in nothing generated in RPMS directory

I am building a RPM on RHEL. After following https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/How_to_create_an_RPM_package, I put my front.tar.gz in /rpmbuild/SOURCES, and make the spec file like this: Name: front ...
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ispconfig PHP not parsing on apache2 virtual host

I have trouble installing ispconfig 3 on my (L)Ubuntu 15.04. I can fully install ispconfig but I can't reach the website when viewing the virtual host of apache2. I can open ispconfig from ...
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Sending data from rs232 [duplicate]

I'm trying to write a loopback test with pins 2 and 3 connected. I am using Ubuntu OS and java for the code. The library that I'm working with is JSSC. I am able to read and write from the serial ...
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pendrivelinux install on usb stick - only uses 5.8GB of a 14.7GB usb stick

I used http://www.pendrivelinux.com to build an installation of Linux Mint on a USB stick, so I could have a portable OS (mainly for work emergencies). It's installed, and works fine, but it's only ...
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pppd issue over serial cable

I'm trying to set up a ppp connection between 2 computers via serial cable, to enable TCP/IP over serial. Computer1 -> USB-Serial Converter -> Serial Cable -> Serial port of Computer 2 On computer ...
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Why don't most common Linux package managers allow package installation for normal users? [duplicate]

I tend to install quite a lot of packages with ./configure --prefix=$HOME && make && make install. Why can't I do this as easily with dpkg or yum? Or if I somehow can, what is the way ...
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Uninitialized constant RUBY_PATCHLEVEL (NameError) while running Homebrew on linux

I am trying to install homebrew on linux. I followed the instructions at https://github.com/Homebrew/linuxbrew and installed homebrew with no errors but when i try to execute, i am getting the below ...
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X will not start, Centos 7

I installed X/X11 and proceeded to install DWM on my X220. However, X does not start and I am having trouble figuring out why. I have posted the /var/log/Xorg.0.log file here: ...
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What is the difference between loop device and block device? [closed]

I want to create a loop device myself, I want it to have a special name, say /dev/loop-test-0. I want it to be up after I reboot the machine. I though that I can use mknod for this, but this doesn't ...
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Drivers for Marvell 88SE9230 SATA controller on Linux

I have just purchased a SuperMicro X10SBA, where i intend to use the onboard Marvell 88SE923 SATA controller for RAID1. Unfortunately SuperMicro has written that RAID is only compatible on Windows ...
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Fast & Traceable copy of 2 TB data over Gigabit LAN from Ubuntu live mounted Volume to Synology NAS (Win SMB, NFS, Mac AFP)? How? [closed]

Fast & Traceable copy of 2 TB data over Gigabit LAN from Ubuntu live mounted Volume to Synology NAS (Win SMB, NFS, Mac AFP)? How? I am going a Data Recovery using a Unbunto Live CD (14.x LTE) ...
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Recover system gcc on linux

I was trying to install manually gcc and forgot to specify --prefix=. So, after make install binaries were installed on standard paths (like /usr/bin/ or smth.) And now as I type gcc --version it ...
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What is the Linux scsi mid-layer

In the Linux storage stack there are 3 levels: upper, mid and lower. Therefore, I know what it is in that sense. What I'm hoping someone will know is, what files in the Linux source tree actually ...
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EDID - help to detect proper DPI and refresh rate values

I just tried to extract EDID file data with read-edid util; The thing is the output shows : $sudo get-edid | decode-edid ... Manufacturer: AUO Model 20ec Serial Number 0 Made week 0 of 2013 EDID ...
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Convert Asyncronus reset into syncronus reset in verilog

I have multiple Verilog RTL files in which we have use asynchronous reset. But I want to convert asyncronus reset to synchronous reset. Before: always @ (posedge clock or negedge reset) After: ...
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Symbolic link creation failing: change ownership issue

I am facing some issue with creating soft links. Following is the original file. $ ls -l /etc/init.d/jboss -rwxr-xr-x 1 askar admin 4972 Mar 11 2014 /etc/init.d/jboss Link creation is failing with ...
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Console timeout blanks to white instead of black

My hardware screen on my laptop turns white, when the console timeouts and blanks, upon idling. I would expect it to normally turn black or turn off the screen entirely. When clicking a button, the ...
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What do the parts of an acpi event mean?

I have a ThinkPad laptop with dual batteries, and I want to write an indicator app for GNOME which performs an action when the external battery is plugged/unplugged. To read these events I connect to ...
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Directory in /proc that isn't process dir but start with number?

Quick question. Is it possible to create directory in /proc that starts with number but isn't process directory (where name is PID)? I write software that searches for process directories and I wonder ...
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How to get the name of USB driver in use in linux

I'm running Ubuntu 14.04 on my laptop. I'm having USB related issues in my laptop. It works sometimes and sometimes doesn't. I thought of fixing the issue myself. So, I wanted to know if there is a ...
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How and when is keyboard data encoded from keyboard to application? [duplicate]

I hope this is not the wrong place to ask this, if it is, please point me in the right direction. As the title says, how and when is keyboard data encoded? I just wanna know in basic terms the ...
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Change hostname on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP3 for VMware

I want to update the hostname for one of my VMware virtual machines running SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP3 for VMware . I tried changing the hostname using YaST but after reboot the old name ...
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How to come out of a deadlock in linux [migrated]

On a multi threading system, if two threads want to work on a shared memory after locking a mutex. Thread A: pthread_mutex_lock(&mutex) ....... //Memory corruption or Assert and thread ...
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Mount 'hibernated' windows partition, ciphered with bitlocker

My windows 8.1, ciphered with bitlocker, was damaged during system update process somehow. Now it boots only to recovery mode and I can't use password for bitlocker drive unlocking. I lost my recovery ...
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pcap file 20 times smaller than ifconfig TX/RX difference for same period

I run tcpdump on a usb modem in network card mode. [ 18.260000] cdc_ncm 1-1.1:1.1 wwan0: register 'cdc_ncm' at usb-ehci-platform-1.1, Mobile Broadband Network Device, 0c:5b:8f:27:9a:64 I run it ...
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linux kali wifidriver make errors [closed]

when i make i get this root@kali:~/DPO_MT7601U_LinuxSTA_3.0.0.4_20130913# make make -C tools make[1]: Entering directory `/root/DPO_MT7601U_LinuxSTA_3.0.0.4_20130913/tools' gcc -g bin2h.c -o bin2h ...
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Multi input files for awk [closed]

I have 3 files, as below: File1: 5372,5372,0,0,,1,0,1,1,0,1,0,0,0,0,0,0,1107,1107,,1.620000,1,2015-08-12 2110,2110,0,0,,0,0,1,0,0,0,0,1,1,1,1,1,1601,1601,,9.500000,1,2015-05-29 ...
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tuned on fedora 22 - setting different alpm policies for specific devices

I'm trying to configure alpm to max_perfomance on my system disk, medium_power on my data disks and min_power for backup disks. I tried various variations in tuned.conf but the result is that the last ...
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How to tell systemd to stop service when it no longer required/wanted

I have 10 TF2 game dedicated servers, they started manually one by one with individual service files tf2-server-1.service ... tf2-server-10.service And they want service hlstatsx ...
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What is the best Linux distro? [closed]

I your opinion(s), what is the best Linux distro? Thank you. RCline7
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Allow specific linux user to bind to port 443

I am in charge of setting up a JBoss web application that runs over SSL, thus should be accessible over port 443. Of course, it can be started up by user with root privileges, but that is something ...
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Why doesn't copying large files prevent Linux from going into power saving mode?

This problem happened to me when copying backups from an SSD to an external SSD. As suggested in the answer there, I had to change my power settings to set "suspend when inactive" to "never" in Debian ...
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Option to configure Linux kernel to run userspace script when core dump occurs?

Is there any option in the kernel compilation or userspace setting to do the above? I'm looking to add a crash reported to my new embedded Linux system.
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Magnetic stripe reader on Debian

I have recently aquired a USB magnetic stripe card reader. When used on Windows, I swipe a card, it acts as a keyboard and types out whatever is on the magstripe. However when used on Linux (Ubuntu ...
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Screen is shaking/wobbling in Debian 8.1

Just installed Debian 8.1 on my Lenovo Y70 laptop, besides other driver problems, one of the problems i cant get rid of is this shaking/wobbling screen. Tried to install intel drivers and xorg but ...
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Does loginuid have any impact on process limits?

On CentOS/RHEL 6, when I start my daemon as root user, I see /proc/<pid>/loginuid of the process as 0 and when I start it through sudo, I see loginuid of the sudo user. Even if I do sudo su - ...
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Gnome fails to start in Debian Wheezy

I've installed Debian Wheezy. After a while (working properly without any problem), I see some problems while working in gnome. Some functions don't work properly, for example desktop icons are not ...
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Default lxc networking suddenly stops to work

I've recently installed lxc on ubuntu 14.04. Networking used to work (lxcbr0 being a NAT interface, DHCP configured using dnsmasq) but after a container restart, the networking does not work any more. ...
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getting TP-LINK AC1200 to work with kali

i'm quite new to Kali and linux for that matter. I was hoping to get my AC1200 TP-link wireless card to work with Kali linux VM but for some reason it does not have the compatible drivers to make the ...
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Cache atime writes

Is there a way to set atime writes to be cached for a very long time? I need atime (that is to say, relatime won't cut it), but I don't want it to effect performance so much. Data loss in of atimes ...
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Why are the up and down arrows keys not always working on multiple platforms?

Very recently, maybe within the last two weeks this issue has started cropping up: once maybe every two days or so, the up and down arrow keys simply stop working for a while - I can move the cursor ...