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xfce swap command and control keys

What is the equivalent of this in Debian XFCE?: Go into System -> Preferences -> Keyboard Click on the "Layouts" tab and then click the "Layout Options" button. Click on "Alt/Win key ...
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Moving from Ubuntu 32bit: Mint 64bit or Mint 32bit?

I have decided to try out Linux Mint instead of the horrible Ubuntu Unity experince. I have a separate partition for my /home folder, which I'd like to preserve of course. So I'm curious: is it ...
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CentOS server migration

I have 2 dedicated servers at the moment both running CentOS 5.3 and Plesk 10, but I'm about to give up trying to transfer the data from old one to a new one, because they just wouldn't connect via ...
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VirtualBox image from running VPS

I have an Ubuntu Server 10.04 VPS (Virtual Private Server) that hosts my website. I would like to clone this VPS and create a VirtualBox machine from it. How can I do this?
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Is there a port list migration command set for FreeBSD?

On debianized linux distros there is dpkg --get-selections, dpkg --set-selections, dpkg -C to respectively list installed packages, select a list of packages for installations, and list packages that ...
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After cloning Fedora 14 install to another machine, onboard NIC is seen as eth1 instead of eth0. Why?

I have the following procedure for replicating a Fedora workstation setup. Boot from a Live CD, make tgz's of the filesystems. Go to new machine, make filesystems, dump the tgz's in the proper ...
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How do I migrate configuration between computers with different hardware?

I want to migrate the configuration of an Ubuntu desktop to a new box with different hardware. What is the easiest way to do this? /etc/ contains machine and hardware specific settings so I can't just ...
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How would you migrate from a Windows AD to a Linux LDAP server?

I currently run a Windows server with Active Directory. But since we're no longer using Exchange 2007, it became a fancy file server with authentication. I would like to move the AD to a Linux server....