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CHROOT: Unable to copy files to jailed users directory from local machine using WINSCP

I have setup a Chroot environment for one of my users called client on my system. I am using WINSCP to connect to my server from my machine using public key authentication. Everything works fine, I ...
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apt-get doesn't upgrade openssl on debian 7

I'm facing the following problem. If I run the command sudo apt-get upgrade, I get: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done The following ...
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java plugin does not work in chromium-browser (all possible attempts exhausted)

I was using google chrome browser on Ubuntu 12.04 machine, recently I needed to switch to chromium-browser. I am using the version that is available on the Ubuntu software centre. The problem is that ...
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Redirecting Request on Device in Access Point Mode

I have a Raspberry Pi with a wifi dongle that is configured for Access Point mode (wifi hotspot). When a user is connected, I want to redirect any url they enter to a specified IP (the devices ...
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32-bit vs 64-bit vs ARM in regards to programs and OSes

So when I run Raspbian (basically a ARM Debian derivative with LXDE), I can install any normal package using aptitude. But if, for example, I wanted to download a .deb file, I would have to choose ...
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Grep search returning a different line

This is my grep search grep 'Invoker_Slark*' true_pairscore.txt But it returns the line Invoker_Slardar. Even though the file contains Invoker_Slark. Why is that?
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Compiled without SSL support, module not available

I'm running THC Hydra on Cygwin on Windows Vista, when i run a http-get all seems to work fine but when i try running any kind of https i get the following error: [ERROR] Compiled without SSL ...
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What's the best way to have uwsgi creat a 'run' folder on reboot

I have set up a Django project to run with uwsgi and nginx and it's all running as expected, except that when I reboot uwsgi will not launch correctly until the /run/ folder is recreated on the fs. ...
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CDC ACM doesn't working in a custom linux kernel

I've a cubieboard2 running arch linux with a custom linux kernel. In the cubieboard2 I plugged in my usb-serial device (like an arduino), the device is recognized as CDC ACM. My linux kernel has the ...
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apt python error prevents me from resolving dependency problems for apt-get install

On Debian 6 servers dependency issues are preventing me from installing nis (or any package). When I try to resolve that issue I get a python error. How do I get past this issue and re-gain the ...
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How to configure a computer as a hotspot?

I use OpenSuse 13.1 (with KDE). On my phone I can turn on a hotspot just by pushing a button. I have been researching how to do this on linux, I haven't found an easy way yet. What I want to ...
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Get bash DEBUG trap to execute only once for and/or lists?

Suppose I set a trap on DEBUG like so: unset PROMPT_COMMAND # don't want $PROMPT_COMMAND triggering DEBUG trap trap 'printf %s\\n "most recent history line: $(history 1)" >&2' DEBUG If I do ...
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Remove Linux directories containing ONLY old files

We have numerous directories that each contain 2 files, one of which is a hidden file. We want to remove all those directories and their contents that contain ONLY files that have a modification date ...
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WiFi not working in Backtrack 5r3 Acer Aspire V3-571 Laptop having “Broadcom Corporation NetLink BCM57785 Gigabit Ether” integrated wireless card

I have installed backtrack 5r3 in one hard disk partition alongside with windows7 in another partition in Acer Aspire V3-571 laptop having "Broadcom Corporation NetLink BCM57785 Gigabit Ether" ...
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1answer
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Can one disable tap-to-click in X server configuration without “InputClass” sections?

I want to configure my system so that tap-to-click is disabled on the touchpad. (It's running a rather old version of ALTLinux distro with xorg-server-1.4.2-alt10.M41.1.) I'm interested in a solution ...
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How to connect to wifi on a Gnome 2.24.1 system?

A friend gave me an old laptop running Gnome 2.24.1. It's been in storage for years but seems to run fine, albeit with this old OS. Now, I don't know too much about Linux, but I'd like to set it up ...
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Port forwarding with ssh where the final destination does not have sshd running

I know how to use ssh to port forward a local port say like 7000 to a remote ssh server on port 50070. For example: ssh -L 7000:127.0.01:50070 root@sshserver "Me port 7000" - > "ssherver port ...
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1answer
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Booting Operating System from bootable secondary Hard disk via VirtualBox

I have attached a new bootable Hard Disk to my computer. I can boot to an operating system from each one. When I boot into an Ubuntu system in one Hard Disk, is it possible to boot into the other ...
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1answer
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How can I make the screen black and white?

This is basically to transform the screen (of a laptop), into a black and white screen. I am using Ubuntu 13.04.
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1answer
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Why most distros' package managers don't allow the same package in multiple versions and newest versions without upgrading? [on hold]

I mean it's no problem in Win, but in Linux it's sometimes impossible to install new programs if you didn't update the whole OS. And if you didn't update it for a long time then you have to do several ...
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openvpn server doesn't NAT the incoming traffic

It's couple of days that I'm having hard time figuring out what's wrong with openVPN. Few days ago, I installed and configured openVPN on a Debian server and also on my Ubuntu client. I am facing a ...
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Best way to determine piped command to shell script?

Given tree /some/directory | print.sh Is there any way for print.sh to know that "tree -f /some/directory" was called, without trying to parse pid processes?
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broken filesets after install VLC via RPMFusion

Needed a media player, followed the link on this site Here is the last part of the YUM output; After following the link above, VLC installed and executed fine, but I was left with broken filesets ...
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Luna OS Overheating/ how to install TLP

I have a problem regarding overheating with my newly installed Elementary OS Luna. This used to happen before, when i was using Ubuntu, as well as on Linux Mint. On earlier versions of Ubuntu I used ...
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1answer
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Starting my own application at the startup

I am working on zc702 board having ARM Cortex A 9 processor. I have a binary that I got after cross-compilation for ARM (LED blinking). Now I want that this file should execute as soon as the the ...
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What is centos /root/core.* files? they eat my hard disk till it is full

I have a vps server with 130GB hard disk. Recently, the server is crash down, I access ssh and use dh -h, Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/vzfs 130G 130G 0 ...
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1answer
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System environment variables not appearing in sudo

I have the following line my /etc/environment file: BROKER_URL=tcp://xxx.30.8.163:61616 I run this and get: $ set|grep BROKER_URL BROKER_URL=tcp://xxx.30.8.163:61616 Then, I run: $ sudo bash # ...
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Nginx listens at a port, but never responds

OS: Funtoo. I have bound NGINX to port 81 (I want to run it alongside my Apache server for a short time for ease of transition), and it listens at the port (If I point at another port, using wget I ...
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1answer
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TLP overrides auto-suspend configuration

On my ThinkPad x201, I've been having problems where the computer will shutdown once it has been suspended to RAM, so I disabled the auto-suspend when the lid is closed by editing ...
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1answer
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ERROR: Compiled without SSL support, module not available

I'm running THC Hydra on Cygwin on Windows Vista, when i run a http-get all seems to work fine but when i try running any kind of https i get the following error: [ERROR] Compiled without SSL ...
4
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1answer
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Different rsync behavior for identical directory name

I want to synchronize 2 codebases. The below command is working great, except that it doesn't account for one use case that I have with 2 directories named test in different locations: /test/ ...
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Packages skipped because of dependency problems:

2.6.32-71.el6.x86_64 RHEL 6 Please see at the end I am getting some issues due to dependency: [root@xilinx Downloads]# yum install --skip-broken glibc* Loaded plugins: refresh-packagekit, ...
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1answer
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I have nvidia driver 304, can I install instead nvidia-331?

I have a computer in which there's Linux Mint 16 64Bit. Currently I have the nvidia-304 driver, exactly the 304.121 one. I've installed it thanks to the xorg-edgers PPA, because i don't have any ...
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/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lcrypt (rhel 6 )

System info [root@xilinx busybox-1.22.1]# uname -r 2.6.32-71.el6.x86_64 Following errors come when I make busybox on rhel 6: /usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lcrypt collect2: ld returned 1 exit status ...
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How can I get the version pgrep & pkill commands?

I looked at the manpages and there is no -v or --version argument for pgrep or pkill. How can i get some info on the version? I'm asking because on my version of Ubuntu man pgrep is giving me a ...
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Is there a one liner which can list public key fingerprints with authorised_keys as input?

I'd like to audit the authorised_keys file on a number of servers and match them with known AWS key fingerprints. Is there a one-liner which incorporates ssh-keygen -lf which will output the ...
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Sending zip file containing plain txt file via email

How to send a plain txt file in a zip file via email in unix? The contents in the txt file should be word wrap.
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-bash: -sudo: command not found [on hold]

Some dependencies were missing when I installed THC Hydra. I found this site: http://www.aldeid.com/wiki/Thc-hydra which directed me to install the missing package via this line code: sudo apt-get ...
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what is the “System ID” of a LVM volume group

On my system, where I use LVM2, I have several volume groups. When I run sudo vgdisplay, I see that all of them have an empty System ID field. What is that field for? Is that correct to have it empty ...
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Apache Downloading a lot data, how to find out which script?

Apache Downloading a lot data, how to find out which script? I host a few sites, i noticed a ton of bandwidth being Downloading (not so much when uploading) when the httpd service is running, when I ...
3
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1answer
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Seperate messages of multiple sshds in syslog-ng

is there a common way of distinguishing between the messages of multiple processes in syslog-ng beside setting different facilities? I have a system setup with two running sshd instances. One is ...
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1answer
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How to find which serial port is in use?

The Question: I plugged in a device (i.e. GSM modem) through a serial port (a.k.a. RS-232), and I need to see with which file in /dev/ filesystem this device was tied up, to be able to communicate ...
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Linux Mint 16 randomly freezing and freezes always after suspend wakeup

I've just installed Linux Mint 16 Cinnamon on Dell Latitude E6420. During an hour of use the desktop would become unresponsive and I was unable to access any TTY. It just froze up. The same thing ...
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openwrt eth2.1 can not receive packets

I have network configure: config interface 'lan' option ifname 'eth2.1' option type 'bridge' option proto 'static' option ipaddr '192.168.2.1' option netmask '255.255.255.0' ...
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What does exit 99 means?

I'm new to Unix. Just want to know what is exit 99 and why would one use it and what are the significance uses of it. For example, I'm using exit 99.
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Optimal rootflags for rootfs for ext4 file system running on USB thumdrive

I have made myself a bootable USB Debian 7 thumbdrive, using debootstrap. It boots nicely - but occasionally freezes for a bit. I can see the load average is much higher than the running tasks should ...
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How can I find out about “rootfs”

Running Debian 7; when I execute a cat /etc/mtab I can see all sorts of useful information about the filesystems that are mounted, such as the filesystem and options used to mount then; however ...
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1answer
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Want to replace the words with space in multiple files using SED commmand [on hold]

Want to replace the words with space in multiple files using SED commmand I have a word as 'Danny' with single quotes in many of my files in multiple directories which I want to change to 'Danny ...
2
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2answers
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For loop in bash scripting

The following for loop in bash gives an error - line 42: 1 2 3 4 5 + 1: syntax error in expression (error token is "2 3 4 5 + 1") line 42 is statement - num1=$[$i1 + 1] for i1 in `seq 1 5` ...
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1answer
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Monitor SSH data transmission, and close connection if no data is flowing

For our file transmission and manual storage we have a simple RHEL server on which all other Linux clients are connecting by SSH. Whenever any client wants to access/store data, they connect to the ...

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