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libc.so.6(GLIBC_2.14)(64bit)

Installed: glibc-static.x86_64 0:2.12-1.107.el6_4.4 glibc-utils.x86_64 0:2.12-1.107.el6_4.4 Dependency Installed: fontconfig.x86_64 0:2.8.0-3.el6 ...
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DVD giving inconsistent size informatin

I have a (read-only, commercial, dual-layer) DVD which I’m trying to create a backup copy of on my computer (because DVDs can be damaged). However, when I try to determine the size of the disc, I get ...
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caps lock led not working on Linux console

When I switch to a TTY and turn on the caps lock, the caps lock LED on my keyboard isn't turning on. On X it works fine. When I activate caps lock and then switch to a TTY and then press caps lock (on ...
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Thread process in linux

I'm wondering about the "punishment" that occurs when a new thread is created. From my understanding of clone(2), NPTL (New POSIX Thread Library), CFS (Completely Fair Scheduler), when a new thread ...
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linux after restore + GRUB error

I restored Linux machine , and when the Linux machine startup I get the following errors GNU GRUB version 0.97 GRUB> Please advice how we can fix that? In order to startup my linux ...
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Why is it that my initrd only has one directory, namely, 'kernel'?

I'm using debian live-build to work on a bootable system. By the end of the process i get the typical files used to boot a live system: a squashfs file, some GRUB modules and config files, and an ...
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net cat client server model

netcat is used for making client server model and makes them chat . that's fine what it want is to format the chat as follow nickname@hostname:message what I thought about is to make a daemon it ...
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Receive multicast on any source

I'm using Ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS for IPTv multicasting. If i use same Source-IPv4 address then I can receive stream over multicast from the sender. If I've different Source-IPv4 addresses on sender and ...
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Is there any DLP solution for linux?

I'm looking for a DLP (Data Leak Prevention) solution for linux environments. I know OpenDLP, but it's only a way to Prevent Clear-text file, and source codes from malicious access. There are lots of ...
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hw csum failure

For the past 5 days, my Internet connection just drop randomly. After some researches, I found this into the syslog : Jun 25 17:01:59 home kernel: [127541.168744] eth1: hw csum failure. Jun 25 ...
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PPTP VPN in CentOS 7

I recently installed CentOS 7 (Gnome), but I realized that there are no options for setting up a PPTP VPN client. I tried to install networkmanager-pptp-gnome, but unfortunately it's not available in ...
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Why can't I start a VNC session using the randr flag?

I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 (I think it's desktop...) and can successfully run vncserver (which ultimately links to /usr/bin/vnc4server) and connect with my client, and I can also add the -geometry flag ...
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The command ` ls -ltu ` fails to list folders/files based on last accessed time

First on your linux desktop create 2 folders. a b Now run this in the terminal ls -ltu the result is drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Aug 30 20:33 b drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Aug 30 20:33 a ...
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Can I use pmap to find out Memory utilization?

I want to measure memory utilization of my Apache Server. Can I use the pmap command and pass all the process IDs of httpd and take that as total utilization? pmap PID1 PID2 .... It seems that pmap ...
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Cross compiling libSDL

I'm trying to cross-compile libSDL version 1.2 for a custom made, Debian based Linux system. The toolchain I'm using is already configured properly so that I just run gcc/g++ on the desired code and ...
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How do you format a USB stick after it is being labled “unrecognised” by Ubuntu?

I have a memory stick which I had cleaned of old data fragments. The memory stick was mounted on /dev/sdc1 so I did: dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdc1 bs=1M After the task was complete, my usb memory ...
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Unable to mount root fs over NFS

I am attempting to set up the first (of many) Raspberry Pis running Pidora (a Fedora Remix) to boot from an NFS share. It is my goal to eventually place a dozen or more Raspberry Pis in the datacenter ...
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How/where are linux device capabilities / bitfields set?

I have a device that has this output in /proc/bus/input/devices: I: Bus=0003 Vendor=05b8 Product=3280 Version=0111 N: Name="PixArt USB Optical Mouse" P: Phys=usb-0000:00:1a.0-1.1/input0 S: ...
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How to force Linux kernel to “freeze” (or nearly freeze) for a few hundred milliseconds

We are running a real-time process on a non real-time kernel (CentOS 6), and this is probably not going to change. We have a streaming video application that requires about 500 MB/s of PCIe traffic ...
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Why does mouse and keyboard freeze when Linux swaps

I have noticed that under Linux, when there is heavy swapping, the mouse cursor freezes, and even CapsLock or Ctrl+Alt+F1 don't work. The system uses the deadline I/O scheduler but this should not ...
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annoying message “X11 connection rejected because of wrong authentication” while there is no problem at all

I'm having an annoying problem. When I'm logged in to a specific host via SSH, the message X11 connection rejected because of wrong authentication. occurs three times seemingly random about once ...
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How to expand an iSCSI lun with targetcli on CentOS7?

I have a CentOS 7 machine with iSCSI configured. see ls output from targetcli below. I want to add disk02 to lun0 so that to the iSCSI client can see a total 869.16GB instead of 392.2GB Question: Is ...
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is possible to set a default user to be shown at startup LightDM?

Is possible to set a default user to be shown at startup LightDM?
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Command Line only UNIX/Linux OS [on hold]

I want a command line only UNIX/Linux OS. I want the download of the OS to be below 80MB. I want minimum software.
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Using source routing (LSRR) - any ideas?

What I want to do is conceptually very simple, but I can't find any information or help about how to go about doing this. Basically, I want to configure my networking to use source routing (LSRR). ...
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Citrix Receiver fails to run on custom distro

I have a customized OS, based on lfs. GCC, glibc version of this OS matched with that of Ubuntu-13.04 I installed an application named Citrix Receiver on both OS. On Ubuntu, it runs smoothly as per ...
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Unable to Configure Quotas in RHEL6 & CentOS6- quotecheck returns error message

Unable to Configure Quotas in RHEL6 & CentOS6- quotecheck returns error message I've created new partition(/dev/sda6) and mounted it(on /hulk). Edited /etc/fstab file to give quotas on the ...
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sudo service command not found when installing mongodb

I am currently on OS/X using macbook. I want to stop the instance of mongodb service running. Hence I tried: > sudo service mongodb stop sudo: service: command not found After looking up on ...
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linux boot issue

I found an entry in file /etc/ld.so.conf.d/cognos.conf which stopping linux to boot in the VM. Its going to recovery mode after boot. I am not getting grub prompt and os in read only mode. Solution ...
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How can I see processes being run by another instance of root on my Beaglebone

I am installing a Raspbian Linux image onto an sd card inserted into my BeagleBone Black. I will use this later in my Raspberry Pi. To do this, I am using the dd command from my MacBook Pro (via ...
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How to List files which contain white space in filename? [duplicate]

I am trying to read files one by one by using the for loop like below, by passing argument to the functions. Argument 3 makes lot of problem due to space in file names. Example: ...
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File size shown by “du -k” is different in different file systems (PRAMFS and FLASH)

I have a file xyz.log which is of size 1.72MB. In FLASH file system: If I run du -k xyz.log output is 1761 xyz.log. I copied the same file to RAM storage and run the du -k xyz.log output is 221 ...
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Windows Changes File Permissions in Samba File Shares

I have mounted an external USB drive that is used for file shares on CentOS. All of the clients access the shares are Windows XP or 7. Within Windows, I use the "Manage your credentials" feature in ...
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iwlwifi: timeout delays firmware to be loaded

I'm using OpenSuSE 13.2 beta (which runs by the way very nicely). When starting up, my wireless adapter (Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 AGN/Thinkpad T420) delays about one minute... But then it works ...
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How to install ISO file? [on hold]

I've MATLAB R2014a UNIX ISO file , but i'm using windows 8.1 , how can i install this version of MATLAB into windows instead of UNIX ?
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CrunchBang vs LXLE or other lightweight distro [on hold]

I am looking for a lightweight distro for my laptop. My laptop is not old, it is quite powerful (core i7 ) but I need more battery life because with Mint/Ubuntu it drains fast. So I need advice what ...
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How to align a table of display nicely

I am trying to create a script that act as a ps command with it's own properties that I want to display. Say this is how processes would look like in ps command: sas 24431 1 0 Oct10 ? ...
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How to access u boot environment from linux?

How can I access and change the u-Boot env variables in linux. Using the u-boot/tools/env directory in u boot directory: u-boot$ make env Which created the executable file fw_printenv. I copied ...
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How to make linux 'perf record' work for libc and libstdc++ symbols?

I'm using perf record -g on x86-64 Linux to profile a program. Several symbols in libc or libstdc++ have 0 as a parent: __GI___strcmp_ssse3 (libc) and strcmp@plt (libstdc++) for example. (I can ...
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unsquashfs fails

Debian 7.0, I extracted the firmware.bin image using binwalk. The extracted content is squashfs-root folder containing subdirectories and one file.squashfs file. I tried unsquashfs the file.squashfs ...
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Get start and end of process segments C/C++ [migrated]

I need to get the start and end addresses of the following process segments: code, data, stack, environment. I understand how it is located in memory, but don't know how to get it using API calls or ...
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One host, two virtual machines that cannot ping each other. How to solve

We have Virtual Machines operating within the KVM environment. We setup one as a dev server running Apache etc., and the other as a Windows development environment. The two environments are setup ...
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GDB up arrow doesn't work

I searched a lot about similar problems but found nothing. When running gdb I couldn't use up arrow for walking through previous commands. Up and down arrows are just ignored. I have started to ...
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OpenLDAP Password Policy overlay error while loading

I'm trying to load the password policy overlay but i'm having the following error ldapadd -Wx -D "cn=Manager,cn=config" -f overlay.ldif Enter LDAP Password: adding new entry ...
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Drop a specific file from the Linux filesystem cache?

I know I can drop everything from the Linux filesystem cache, but is there a way to drop just one specific file? Or prevent a file from being cached? Or tell a process not to cache any files it ...
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Linux installation stops working after a few reboots

I'm trying to set up a dualboot Win8/Linux on my HP tablet (touchsmart tm2-1050ez). However, when I'm finished setting it all up, after a few more reboots, I'm not able to boot to Linux anymore, as I ...
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Bridge interfaces with Vlan on Linux based access point

I have a Linux based wireless access point. It has eth0 interface for ethernet, ath0 for wireless and br-wan as a bridge between the two. bridge name bridge id STP enabled ...
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Why do I not seem to have hidraw options on my system, and how can I fix my usb devices?

Starting today, I noticed a few problems with my system. USB devices, including the internal ones such as microphones, don't seem to be working at all. I first noticed when my keyboard and mouse ...
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BCache and disk encryption

I recently bought a new laptop with a 16Gb mSATA SSD cache drive. I haven't used that one yet. I have, however, opted for Ubuntu 13.04 with "Full Disk Encryption" for the main partition (is that ...
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SMTP connectivity issue in Zenoss (“Connection unexpectedly closed”)

I am using Zenoss for monitoring purpose. I have been using its mail service for a long time. Suddenly my mail service in zenoss stopped and started showing <class ...