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fedora 12 sleeping forever error

After manually restarting freeze machine due to no response. It stuck on blue screen and gives error as sleeping forever. Default partitioned with LVM. Whether I need to install fresh OS or I can get ...
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system wide SOCKS5 Proxy

I connect to my Server on the internet using ssh -D 3128 user@rootserver.com. If I am right I thereby open a SOCKS v5 Proxy to my Server. Using firefox and FoxyProxy I can now add this to my proxys ...
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Scribus crashes with .ICEauthority

I've been trying to get scribus to work on my new gentoo 12.1 (amd64, XFCE, qt 4.8.2) installation, but when running as a regular user the program won't start up. Thanks to suggestions and extra tests ...
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Xfce 4: Change global keyboard shortcuts

I use Alt+Space in Emacs, but in Xfce it pops up window manager menu at the upper left corner of a window. How do i disable Alt+Space for Xfce and change global keyboard shortcuts in general?
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from a sparse file to a block device over the network

If I have a sparse file representing a block device, then how can I efficiently restore the file over a network? Ideally, I'd use rsync -S host:file /dev/sdb, but rsync won't write to block devices. ...
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Managing unofficial repositories on a Debian system

A few years ago I added this repository to my sources.list: http://www.deb-multimedia.org/ because it contained packages like acroread or flash player, which were either missing or out of date in ...
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Make thunar mount drives into /media rather than /run/media/username?

It's pretty annoying that thunar mounts a drive to /run/media/user_name/XX instead of /media/XX, can I change that behavior ? I'm running latest arch linux
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Tmux, change window pane by mouse click

Is it possible to use the mouse to navigate between different window panes which are split vertically or horizontally?
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Is there a way for linux to pick up the phone?

I know that there is a way to make Linux dial out using a modem. Is there a way to program Linux (using a library/device) to pick up the modem (record phone calls) etc? see caller id?
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Why is vim creating files with DOS line endings?

I have set fileformat=unix in my .vimrc, and yet if I create a file in vim (running in Cygwin) it persists in creating DOS-format files, and I have to run them through dos2unix to clean them. (I ...
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AWK-Find maximum value in a row & print with header

I need to read a file, find the maximum value in each row, and print the ID of the row, the column the maximum value came from (sno#), and the value from the associated lc# column. If the maximum ...
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Sound not working in Debian except in google chrome and test utilities [closed]

Yesterday, I had Archlinux on my Dell Latitude E6520 and the sound was working perfectly fine (I even had the loud beep I couldn't get rid of). Today, I installed Debian and alsa. The first surprise ...
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How to display xclock on another computer?

I want to display xclock on another computer. On my computer (111) I am able to ping the other computer (222) inside my home network: $ ifconfig wlan0 wlan0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr ...
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Emacs complains: font 'serif 10' is not defined

I am running Linux Mint 12 and trying to start emacs but keep getting this error: font 'serif 10' is not defined It seems obvious to me that I don't have the correct font. However, I cannot for ...
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1answer
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Templates for startup script?

I need to write a couple of Linux (Debian) startup scripts. Are there any accurate templates available?
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Configure MC and aptitude color schemes

I'm using Ubuntu, and I'm having trouble reading text in MC and Aptitude because of the color scheme. Is there any way to change it?
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How to check will my computer is going to reboot(or shutting down)?

When I send a reboot command(or shutdown) command to a Linux machine does it keeps that messages at somewhere and can I query it. I.e. I will send a reboot command and after that I will run another ...
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What prevents a machine from responding to pings?

I have a CentOS release 5.4 linux box on Amazon EC2 that I'm trying to set up to be monitored via Nagios. The machine is in the same security group as the nagios server, but it seems to be ...
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emacs - paste text from clipboard without formatting

I am using Emacs 24 for MacOSX and having some problem with pasting code from clipboard to Emacs. The code that I selected usually already nicely formatted (with tab, ident, ...). However, when I ...
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1answer
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Automate checking user submitted files

Since last few days, I'm facing some problem. It's about response to 100 users. Situation goes like this. On one end there are 100 user, each user has unique ID. User is supposed to submit one file to ...
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SOCKS proxy configuration on KDE 4.4.5 / Debian 6.0.5

I've been trying to use a SOCKS Proxy which I have been using with success from an Ubuntu 11.4 box with GNOME on my Debian box with KDE.The socks server is bound to the local port 1080 through the ...
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Mono spits out too many errors after update, try to reinstall, more errors

I had errors with apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade, from mono mono, so I tried this instead: sudo apt-get install --reinstall banshee banshee-extension-soundmenu ...
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Issue with degraded raid5 after power outage

I have a raid5 that consists of 8 disks. After a power outage mdadm tells me that the raid is degraded. Here is the output: /dev/md0: Version : 0.90 Creation Time : Sat Jul 10 09:08:28 2010 ...
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Monitoring interface changes with udev, especially if a route is set

Is there a way to monitor interface up/downs, especially to check if a route is setup or removed, with udev?
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Communicate between Ubuntu VM and Windows host

I'm running an Ubuntu VM on a Windows 7 host. I have two questions: I think that on Windows, localhost is a loopback address, and sending packets to it doesn't actually transmit any data on the ...
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Map IDE drive to /dev/hda

I run a small home server with one IDE drive (for the system) and a few SATA drives (for a software RAID). The IDE drive used to be at /dev/hda and the SATA drives at /dev/sd*. After a power outage ...
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How to get CPU info on a vmware guest

This is a server that is running on Vmware ESXi: SERVER:/root # cat /etc/SuSE\-release SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (x86_64) VERSION = 11 PATCHLEVEL = 2 ...
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filter file for specific date

My OS is Solaris 10 (64 bit) and I have many files in a logs directory where we receive 40-50 logs every day. I have last 20 days file present in this directory and I want to move each day file to a ...
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How to restrict to run commands in specific directory through SUDOERS?

I can configure sudo (via the sudoers file) to allow a user to run the chown and chmod commands on any file or directory in the system. However, I only want to grant a user permission to run these ...
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tcpdump and https

Why following command doesnt grab the packets to faceebook site sudo tcpdump host facebook.com and dst port 443 but next grabs sudo tcpdump host java.com
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Looping over directory entries in bash and saving to an array

(See update at the foot of the question). This is a followup question to "Make directory copies using find". This question involved manipulating a bunch of directories, This got too complicated to ...
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Changing the IP Address in Solaris 11

I am trying to change the IP address in Solaris, but am failing to do so. The IP address needs to be a fixed number, like 10.0.11.10 I have tried changing the IP address in /etc/hosts which I ...
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Shell Script to Execute Shell Script to All Subdirectories

I am making a script to simplify my daily tasks. Everyday, I have to grep for a few things inside a company server. It was okay, however, now, they have segregated each object into sub directories. I ...
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1answer
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/dev/mapper and vicious IO widget

I have dio vicious widget for monitoring IO within an awesome widget. It is defined like so: diowidget = widget({ type = "textbox" }) vicious.register(diowidget, vicious.widgets.dio, '<span ...
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1answer
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xmms2 widget for awesome

I am trying to use the xmms2 widget. As it is, the widget does not conforms to awesome 3.X specifications -- or at least, I may have misunderstood how widgets should work. I certainly cannot get it ...
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4answers
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Cannot install openssh-server

root@abacus-desktop:~# apt-get install openssh-server Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done You might want to run `apt-get -f install' to correct ...
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echo a customized message with VIM editor

How can I deltect if there is a file modification in VIM upon exiting (:q)? If there is a file modification Vim echos E37: No write since last change (add ! to override) I want to override this ...
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342 views

How to change keys for window manipulation (from menu, default: alt+space) in openbox?

I'd like to change default keys which manipulate window. For example default set is: maximize: x key but unmaximze: is e key I really want to have for example x key for maximize and unmaximze. How to ...
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2answers
611 views

mutt: move IMAP folder

Can an IMAP folder be moved within mutt? If one navigates to the list of folders (c?), the default key bindings allow one to create a new mailbox (C), change mailbox/folder (c), delete a mailbox (d), ...
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How do I determine whether my services are using runit or init?

How do I determine whether my services are using runit or init? I use Ubuntu 10.0.4. Such as nginx, chef, puppet, etc.
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1answer
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AIX 6.1 JFS2 Oracle files system, not using much files system cache

I am running Oracle database on AIX 6.1, Oracle using JFS2 file systems. Maxperm is set to 90%. This is busy database server, but it is not using the file system cache (less then 2%). The system has ...
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Text editor with split screen option

Is there an editor which has the option to "split the screen" into two or more parts, accessing more than one file (possibly with a file tree) without opening more editor windows at once, and how ...
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Cannot see aliases

I have my root user and another user testuser. Now in the .bashrc of testuser, there are some aliases like la for ls -a. But when I login to testuser and try running la, it gives me the error: -sh: ...
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disabling mouse support in `vim` in a `gnome-terminal` environment

Edit: The problem of an enabled mouse in vim appears to be specific to gnome-terminal (version 3.4.1.1-1; I am using gnome 3 fallback mode). If I run xterm, mouse support in vim is disabled by ...
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How to set environment variables permanently for one user [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I set a user environment variable? (permanently, not session) I have a user XX and I want to set the env variables for it. I looked for .bash_profile in the home ...
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1answer
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mutt: rename IMAP folder

How does one interactively rename an IMAP folder within the mutt MUA? Currently, if I want to change a folder name, I use the gmail web browser interface, but this is rather inefficient. Is there an ...
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1answer
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Want Windows to boot instead of Grub

So when I turn my computer on, Grub rescue boots up. I have finally figured out how to get into Windows, but now I want to skip the step of entering the information into Grub to get into windows. How ...
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2answers
753 views

shrinking partition containing root filesystem [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Change main partition size to install another distribution this is the image showing partitions on my hard drive. I am reading linux from scratch and so i need to ...
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Need to boot Windows 7 from Grub rescue command prompt

I booted my computer today and found the Grub rescue command prompt. I have been given this computer and it has Linux and windows 7 on it, but I have only ever used the windows section. I have no idea ...
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Mount a folder on a drive in fstab. Move?

I'd like to make a temporary change to my fstab file so that my /home is on another drive. However, I don't want the whole partition to be mounted, but just a folder ("home") on that partition. I'm OK ...

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