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Depends: sqlite3 (>= 3.7) but it is not installable

Firstly, i'm new linux, so apologies if this is a dumb question... I recently picked up a Raspberry PI 2 and have installed Raspbian (Debian Wheezy). I'm trying to install an application called ...
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virtualbox can not create new virtual machine

I'm try to make a new virtual machine but virtualbox have this error in end step : Failed to create a new session. Callee RC: NS_ERROR_FACTORY_NOT_REGISTERED (0x80040154) and in terminal this shwn ...
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Difference between adding sudo user with adduser or gpasswd

To add a new sudo user I believe I can call: # to create a new user sudo adduser newusername and to allow this user to use sudo I can do: sudo adduser newusername sudo or sudo gpasswd -a ...
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Atheros AR8161 / Dell Vostro 3460 Wi-Fi drivers for Fedora 22

I installed Fedora 22 on my laptop (Dell Vostro 3460) and find out that my Wi-Fi adapter is not recognized. after some search I see that there is a problem with the Atheros AR8161 / Broadcom BCM43142 ...
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why system tells me “/bin/bash cannot find command” when I add it to PATH?

I am using multiple python, I alias python3 to py: alias py="/opt/python3.4/bin/python3" I want to run python in vim so I write this: map <F9> :call SpecialCompileRun()<CR> func! ...
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ldap user on samba share

I have two server one is ldap and one is samba. I have existing user on ldap server for ldap client. Now I want to use this user account in samba share for giving share access permission for shares. ...
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Please help me with below expect code

Can anyone please help me with below code :- spawn /usr/bin/scp /opt/ldap/unboundid/backup/binbak/ConsumerDev/binbak_`date +%Y_%m_%d`.tar ...
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Install Fedy with DNF on Fedora 22

The new Fedora 22 will replace the yum with the dnf. I installed Fedora 22 beta and try to install Fedy with the command: su -c "curl https://satya164.github.io/fedy/fedy-installer -o fedy-installer ...
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How to print a concatenated ate and time in seconds

How can I print the following date 20150405 12:35:12 in seconds cur_date=20150405 cur_time=12:35:12 cur_datetime=20150405 12:35:12 this is what I am doing: cur_datetime=$cur_date' ...
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reliable way to give all read/write access recursively in CentOS 7

What is the most reliable way to give all users read/write privileges for a given directory and all of its subdirectories and files in CentOS 7? In an eclipse web application project that uses ...
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Why does Calamares think there isn't enough space?

I am exploring the Maui distro and this is my first experience with Calamares. During the 'prepare' stage of Calamares it complains that my system doesn't have at least 6GB of available drive space. ...
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ubuntu 15.04 asking for login on start

Ubuntu 15.04 installed yesterday, now asking for login and password on start. I gave my password i dont know it means with login. I gave my username, no success. Stil asking for login and password. ...
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tmux option `xterm-keys` does not enable control+arrows

I cannot make tmux recognize Ctrl-◄ sequence differently from just a left arrow, and the same for the right arrow too. In my ~/.inputrc, I have mapped these sequences (as issued by 2 different ...
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Python now thinks arguments are files: Broken emerge, pip, livestreamer and most tools using Python

For these commands (in both bash and fish): sudo emerge eix emerge eix I get this error: usage: emerge [-h] [--version] [input [input ...]] emerge: error: argument input: can't open 'eix': [Errno ...
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tmux sending strings instead of commands?

I want to send the key combination Ctrl+b, then : to tmux to access the tmux command prompt in the other session. However, when I use the command tmux send -t session C-b : it instead sends the ...
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Three types of files opened by a process?

I was wondering, someone mentioned how there's three different files that are always opened by a process. What is meant by this and which files does this describe?
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Why can't login in my debian console?

Everytime i login in my debian console with user name debian(i named it when to install my debian) and passwd. Today i find that i can't login into my debian console with user name debian,i can login ...
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Why can't Firefox open a link with a shell script that uses `source`?

I am attempting to use GRC's SQRL client in Wine, using this shell script to launch it. I have a couple helper scripts that I source, in order to reduce code duplication. When I call my script ...
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Apache HTTPD v2.4.7 | mod_substitute + logging

I'm using HTTPD as a reverse proxy between my backend servers and clients. I'm using mod_substitute to replace some text in HTML response returned from the backend servers. Now I'm looking to log ...
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Get the time when nohup R program finishes

I want to get the time when program finish. But it always show the same time. Here is my shell script. But it always show that START TIME is same as END TIME. START=$(date +"%r") nohup Rscript ...
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Multiple input files and output files in awk

I have a folder full of text files named 000.txt to 181.txt. How can I process all of them with the same awk script (program.awk) and send them to their respective output files (output000.txt - ...
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Purpose of IP addresses on tun interface?

--ifconfig option, which configures local and peer IP address for point-to-point tunnel interface, is a mandatory configuration option for OpenVPN. However, what is the purpose of local and peer IP ...
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What are different kinds of general system logs on Linux and whats their purpose? [on hold]

As the title says I want to know all kinds of general system logs on Linux system and what they will be useful for. I want to learn general debugging any kind of problem, related to core system, I can ...
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Continuety of driver support in linux kernel

I am an embedded GNU/Linux learner. I understand with the new Kernel, driver support for most added hardware is coming through Device Tree Structure (DTS). But I have found out that there are still ...
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How to benchmark memory in an embedded linux device?

Is there a generic utility to benchmark external memory device (eMMC, DDR) throughput on an embedded device (e.g. raspberry pi)? memtester, bonnie, bonnie++, memtest, dd? I've been running into ...
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Which language is the “best” for Linux development? C, Go, or Python? [on hold]

When I refer to C, I'm talking about C11 and not ANSI C. Alright so a few months back I got really interested in Linux and played around with Ubuntu, Mint, Fedora, Lubuntu, and a few others. Then for ...
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Unzip specific files from multiple zip files

I'm new to Unix and am trying to extract specific pattern filename from the multiple zip files. I'm using find to find the zip files, and then trying to extract files having the filename CTL in the ...
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Persistence Bash history between detached processes

I haven't yet been able to find this among the bash documentation so I was hoping it could get answered if I asked it here. Is there any way that I can, on execution of a script, branch its history ...
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Is there a way to edit a password-protected file without having to retype the password all the time?

I want to encrypt a text file using a password and a way to safely edit that file. The problem I am having is that I haven't managed to find a simple way to do that while only requiring the password ...
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Rebinding the physical Touchpad Keys on a ThinkPad

I have been sitting on this problem for a couple of hours now but I can't seem to find a solution. I have gotten myself a new ThinkPad and it has 3 discrete buttons above the trackpad. I've installed ...
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Connecting to a WPA2 network

For connecting to networks use WPA/WPA2 with PSK, from here wpa_passphrase your_network_name your_password > wpa.conf ifconfig wlan0 down ifconfig wlan0 up iwconfig wlan0 essid ...
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Declaration of default resources like /usr/share/dict? [on hold]

I just recently learned about /usr/share/dict and how it comes standard on most installations. Is there a place where the existence of /usr/share/dict is declared? And possibly, other useful files ...
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Does cpulimit stop a process?

One terminal runs: $ pdfcrack -o -q my.pdf The second terminal then runs: $ cpulimit -e pdfcrack -l 30 Process 7826 detected On the first terminal, there is output: $ pdfcrack -o -q my.pdf ...
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gpsd not sending data

I have a thinkpad E420s with Fedora 20 with Bus 002 Device 003: ID 0bdb:1911 Ericsson Business Mobile Networks BV which incorporate a gps module. I have plug a GSM sim and I am able to use the 3G ...
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Enabling URL rewriting for API [migrated]

I'm new to configuring API web servers and I'm trying to enable URL rewriting for the server so that a user can go to my public DNS.com/getAlbum to access a method within my api.php file (assumption, ...
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I can not get commands to operate [on hold]

I have a local bin directory under Linux with a bash shell. And I want to place binaries, my own system extension commands in the directory. I have included the path bin, in $PATH, but it doesn't ...
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Nvidia Fx 3800 drivers on Fedora 21

I have got a "new" machine at work and wanted to switch it to fedora 21. The installation is fine and works except when I try to add a second monitor. Then it boots but it is really slow and just one ...
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Fedora 21 shutdown and reboot error

Recently I have been using Fedora 21 and I have an issue where sometimes I shut down and reboot and the system just hangs at the fedora logo and never actually boots. I noticed the issue after ...
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Partitioning first Debian box [on hold]

So I've decided to install Debian on my local storage, since I've played with it enough on persistence. It's gonna be for casual use, basically moving all the stuff over from Win, except what doesn't ...
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How do I process new additions to logs

I know that I can use a few tools like tail and less to view the newest additions to a growing log file. What I want to do, though, is run some sort of script at regular intervals (like cron) on the ...
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How to avoid Google Chrome's crash on every startup? [on hold]

Well, since I started using OpenSuse, Google Chrome always asked me to restore tabs when I first opened it.
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Search and replacing strings in a numerical data file

I have a data file I need to edit it is in the form: ...
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RFC822-style sources.list yields “E: Type 'Types:' is not known”

On Jessie, according to man 5 sources.list, I can write my sources.list file in an RFC822-inspired format: Types: deb deb-src URIs: http://http.us.debian.org/debian/ Suites: jessie Sections: main ...
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Is there a global nanorc?

I've recently started using nano quite a bit for code editing. I've written custom syntax files, and I can include them in my local ~/.nanorc. However, I do work across multiple accounts, so I ...
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Unwanted ctrl+h in file saved from man's output

After man less (and optionally hit h for "Summary of less commands"), since man uses less to display the text, I hit s to save the text to a file. When I open the file in emacs or vi, there are ...
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Show AIX operator panel status

I think is possible, but I forgot the command line. Is possible to see on the hardware status leds within AIX?
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Exclude one directory in `ls` matching pattern

I'm trying to ls dirs that have .png files inside (no need for recursiveness, though it would be extra useful), exept one. Exlude one directory i.e. ls */*.png works fine. ls (^one)*/*.png ...
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Modified keyboard layout under VirtualBox

I'm running VirtualBox on Linux. (The virtualbox 4.3.10 package on Ubuntu 14.04 if it matters, but I'd prefer a version-agnostic solution.) I have a tweaked keyboard layout on the host (under X11), ...
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command “find … -exec mv …” created a file with strange content

I wanted to move binary files from folder /myhome/sourcedir to /myhome/targetdir. I used a command find /myhome/sourcedir -type f -cmin +3 -exec mv '{}' /myhome/targetdir ';' Folder /myhome/sourcedir ...
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Run script every 30 min with systemd

I would like to execute a script every 30 min after booting into the system. I know you can use cron, but I don't plan to use this feature often therefore I'd like to try it with systemd. So far I ...

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