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Pulseaudio startup fails on VPS as non-root

I installed pulseaudio, but I can't manage to run it as any non-root user. pulseaudio -vvvv output is (relevant parts with errors): D: [pulseaudio] cli-command.c: Checking for existence of ...
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XFCE on Debian: hiding block devices

I'm running XFCE 4.8 on Debian Wheezy and I can't find a clean way to hide a block device (system's SATA/SSD drive) on the desktop, but still be able to see / mount removable devices via Thunar. The ...
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Linux “/dev/SDA” goes read only file system on SDB device failure [closed]

i have a very peculiar issue that is running in my system. Using debian linux : My system boots up very normally with a primary and secondary hard disk. suddenly my secondary hard disk fails with ...
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Symlinks on /dev/ttyUSB* via udev

So I built a nice little GSM-Gateway with a PC-Engines ALIX.2D13, a Huawei E220 umts modem, Debian Wheezy and gammu-smsd. I need a fixed device name für gammu-smsd to survive reboots. I tried to make ...
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udev rule not working

I have created a udev rules which is supposed to mount a USB device, backup some datas et cleanup everything. I am actually working on a Debian server. There is the information about my usb device ...
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udev randomly mixing up ethernet devices on Debian Squeeze

Installing Squeeze with newer kernels on servers with 4, 6 or more interfaces, I keep getting this really annoying problem: interfaces are always mixed up across cards, and don't even follow ascending ...
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Udev triggers are not firing on insert of CF card into USB card reader (anymore)

I've got a udev rule that triggers a shell script that copies photos off my CF card when I insert the card into my USB card reader. This worked fine for a while. But after a recent upgrade it has ...
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In which log should I check for udev errors?

I've written a udev rule which is run each time my device is mounted/dismounted. However, in which Linux (Debian) error log should I check when debugging such rules?
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Automounting USB sticks on Debian

I'm running Debian Squeeze on a plug computer (so SSH only, no GUI) and what I'm trying to do is get it so that when a USB stick is plugged in, it gets automatically mounted. What I've done is ...
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Where to install local software that runs before /usr is available?

I'm writing a local program to be called by a udev IMPORT{program} rule. Normally, I'd install local software in /usr/local, but these udev rules are run when block devices appear. So they're running ...