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Kali linux throws ' isolinux.bin missing or corrupt ' error

I downloaded Kali Linux from this link, I have a 32 bit OS, so I guessed ISO 32 Kali Linux is the suitable for me (they did not clarify in the website based on what we choose the type). Then, I ...
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ANSI escapes in Pash prompt are displayed as garbage in Gnome terminal

I would like to use Pash, a PowerShell implementation for mono on my CentOS box. After compilation I started it and got $ mono Source/PashConsole/bin/Debug/Pash.exe ...
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How do I enable kernel to load Intel® Wireless 7260 card on NUC DC3217IYE with Debian 7?

Environment Next Unit of Computing NUC DC3217IYE with Debian 3.2.60-1+deb7u3 x86_64 GNU/Linux 867Mbps 802.11ac Intel 7260 card, Dual band 5GHz + 2.4GHz Wireless 2x2 AC + Bluetooth4.0 Installing ...
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how to write this if command?

my script name is 1. when i type in "1 2012 12 12". it shows current date calendar and when i enter a invaild date like "1 2323232" cal gives me a error so how could i put that in if loop that if it ...
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generate password that is random length between 8 - 16 ( i have the generator but its not dynamic) [duplicate]

This is my password generator and it generates 8 characters and shuffles them. But i need to make it dynamic length. How would i go about doing that. So the output would be different length between 8 ...
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building php-5.3 on arch linux

I'm trying to build php-5.3 on arch linux using phpenv + php-build. The problem is bison is too new: $ phpenv install 5.3.29 [Info]: Loaded apc Plugin. [Info]: Loaded pyrus Plugin. [Info]: Loaded ...
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How to trick an application to run different processes?

I am running PDFXCview.exe (for pdfxchange viewer portable version) under wine to open a pdf file, by PDFXCview.exe 1.pdf When I do the same for another file, the other file will be opened by the ...
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How to find the package that installed a comand, if “dpkg -S” finds no path because the command is a symlink?

While I was writing up a tag information for rename, I tried to look up with which package the rename command was installed. I ran the usual dpkg -S (also mentioned in this question): $ which rename ...
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Remove the old installed version of an application when installing a new version from source?

I am installing a newer version of Wine by compiling from source, and then will use checkinstall to create a deb package, and then install it from the deb file by dpkg. At the same time I would like ...
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Mixture of encodings

For a text which is a mixture of different encodings, is there no way to find all encodings? And convert them to a single encoding such as utf8? I copied from different sources possibly with ...
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want to replace a file data from another file [duplicate]

I want to replace a file data from another file Suppose file1 have data written below and file2 have some data i want to store replace file1 data from file2 from starting word // +++ CUSTOMIZATION ...
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Video and audio lagging on Skype 4.3

Skype's video does work, but it's lagging horribly on the other end. It's not an issue of the computer on the other end, since I've had conversations before on Skype while using windows and never had ...
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How to install Binwalk on Debian without installing the graphs libraries?

What is the proper way to install the Binwalk tool on Debian 7.0 without the added graphing capabilities (and it dependencies)? I've read that I can skip the make deps command, but this deps.sh script ...
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How can I use virtual users in “write list” and “read list” in samba?

Suppose I don't want to create effective users/group for my users (samba server as share server), and I need to create a share for them. Question : How can I use write list, read list, valid user ...
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how to create Permanent alias from script

Please advice how to do the following magic ( I have linux red-hat machine – 5.4 ) I created the script in the following path: /usr/cti/my_scripts/MAGIC.bash I want to run this script ...
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Init script to run a script as specific user

/apps/data/service/bin/startup.sh This is the script i want to be executed during RHEL booting. I want it to be run in runlevel 3 only. And i want this script to be started as specific user, ...
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How to determine Apache user from the command-line?

There is a question about the group, but I couldn't find any question/answer for getting the Apache user. Therefore how to determine Apache user from the command-line?
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can you recover lvm metadata without access to /etc/lvm/?

I just installed Manjaro on to a externalized usb hard drive. After I was done, I tried to boot from my previously working Mint distro (no full-disk luks) on my internal hard drive. The lvm volume ...
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make ASUS PCE-N15 driver errors on SteamOS

I am trying to install drivers for my wireless network card, thankfully the card does have up-to-date drivers which are suppose to be compatible with Debian (I am running SteamOS which is based on ...
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How to group alphanumeric permissions

As an addition to my previous question: Which is more widely used: chmod 777 or chmod a+rwx. If I were to use the chmod a+rwx (which I wouldn't in the real world) format, but I wanted to use the ...
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Is reparenting from the shell possible?

This question is closely related to How to "correctly" start an application from a shell but tries to tackle a more specific problem. How can I spawn an application from a shell and thereby ...
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Memory allocation issue on NOMMU?

I have a memory allocation issue on an embedded NOMMU linux. Or that is, I might have an issue, I'm not sure. The system has 15M free ram when booted. I have one small app (a Dropbox/REST ...
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What dev folder allows you tell the OS to cache something?

Someone told me that there is a sub folder off of dev that basically allows you to tell the OS to keep the contents of that folder cached in RAM. So if I put some files & directories in ...
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Unmet dependencies on apt-get upgrade

I got the following problems while trying to upgrade *david@david-K42F:~$ sudo apt-get upgrade [sudo] password for david: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state ...
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File manager that shows bit rate for mp3 files (Part 2) [duplicate]

A couple of hours ago I asked this question: File manager that shows bit rate for mp3 files. Since I am new to this site I cannot make comments on it, so I cannot ask for additional help and am forced ...
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Fixing System boot failure due to GRUB Error

We have a Debian based system, which unpredictably goes in to non bootable mode. Listed are the errors that usually occurs in the system. 1 > GRUB RESUE 2 > INTIRAMFS 3 > INIT SCRIPT FAILURE ...
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Cannot mount exFAT even though I installed exfat-fuse

So, I installed exFAT support (Lubuntu 14.04) and it all works fine in a file manager (PCManFM), but I want to mount a disk in terminal, and it says exFAT is not found? It must be if its mounted ...
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typeset -A is giving error in script

I was using associative arrays in my script, hence I used to declare them by the typeset -A <array_name> command, and it worked fine in the bash prompt But when I use it in my script, I get ...
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Automatic sleep not working in Gnome

I have configured automatic suspend in Settings->Power, then one hour later nothing happen when the suspend time came. I checked the internet for some information and found there is a bug in Gnome ...
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How to reduce temperature on a Dell XPS (L502X)?

Problem My Laptop is running quite hot (sensors reports ~50-60°C) during normal usage. In my opinion this is too high to work comfortably over long periods. Especially the region where I rest my ...
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Grub not Recognizing XEN Kernel on Boot

We are able to successfully install and boot to a XEN kernel on 5 of our 7 eucalyptus node controllers. The last two are having the same problems despite running an identical installation process. ...
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how to set crontab PATH variable

I had a problem running a script from crontab. After some research I understood the problem was because PATH parameter doesn't include /sbin. I looked what it does include in /etc/crontab: ...
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How do I delete a file in a read-only directory?

I've got a directory and a file in it, with the directory marked as read-only: $ mkdir directoryname $ touch directoryname/filename $ chmod a-w directoryname I cannot delete the file, even if pass ...
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How do pwd and . determine the current path differently?

Is it mainly because pwd is not a builtin, while . is builtin to the bash shell? For example, they differ in the following example: /tmp/ttt$ mv ../ttt ../tttt /tmp/ttt$ pwd /tmp/ttt /tmp/ttt$ cd . ...
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Solutions are telling me to update libc6, but it's already updated. How do I fix `GLIBC_2.15' not found?

I've been trying to run a Garry's Mod server through Open Game Panel all day. I've tried to fix almost all errors, but I can't fix this one. Failed to open dedicated_srv.so ...
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Answer password prompt programmatically via shell script

I would like to programmatically answer a password prompt using only shell script when prompted. Is it possible to automate this task in this way? I want to avoid other tools entirely - so no expect ...
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I recently cloned my drive, while booting I have to wait at this screen which has a number of error messages

Once booted the computer works fine (debian 7 sid), no other issues. I just have to wait at this screen for around 3 minutes, unfortunate since I have an SSD. Are these error messages causing the ...
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Is there a quick way to download a directory in a repo?

I'm actually working from a windows machine, attempting to retrieve centOS 5.4 from their vault. I don't have unpacking software, so I don't want to use the iso's. I was wondering if there's an easy ...
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minicom and Xbee module - no feedback

I just bought an Xbee module and would like to set it up using "minicom". I first plugged the Xbee to the computer using a board that uses a FTDI chip to transform the UART interface that Xbee is ...
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Bodhi installation hangs

I am currently trying to install Bodhi linux (version as of 2014_07_09) to my Laptop. I booted from USB-drive into the live environment and hit install. After some attempts I even found on the ...
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Generating server and client certificates with multiple hostnames

When starting up my Puppet Master for the first time, it automatically generates its own server certificate, which is awesome. My server's hostname is kungfumaster and the Puppet Master generates a ...
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Nested virtualization: run RHEVH inside KVM

I have laptop with 16GB RAM, trying to install Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervizor 3.3 on Virtual Machine Manager (KVM) based Guest, but it gives error "Virtualization Hardware not found" ? ...
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How to interact with the concrete file system?

Can a userspace program interact with the concrete file system(not VFS). What i have got is, that VFS allow linux to treat all file systems alike and gives a abstracted api to user space. I want to ...
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convert many eps files in single page pdf or ps file using shell script [duplicate]

I have many eps files and convert them into one page pdf or ps files.
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Compare three file and print the highest value

I have three files. All of them having only one column. File1 M 0 M A File2 A 0 M A File3 M 0 A A compare each row in the three files, i.e, for first row (M,A,M) hence the maximum occurrence is ...
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SSH Agent-Forwarding works, but what about sudo -u username no shell/ permissions? composer

Working on a remote server (A) I want to use my local SSH-Keys to access a repository on another server (B) that is not controlled by me. Generally this works like a charm. I log in as myUsername ...
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Using Fifo hang script

out="$katalog/out" # wyjscie fifo="$katalog/fifo" # wejscie mkfifo $fifo touch $out [...] #k ./a.out <$fifo >$out & pid=$! [...] # get input line by line loop start echo "$liniain" >> ...
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Is it possible triggering a script with a change of amount of files in a directory? [duplicate]

Is it possible to create some kind of directory watcher and trigger a script when the folder is not empty? I have a CentOS machine with jenkins CI on it. i would like to create a job that will move ...
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Why does “yum update” fails with many duplicates, after many months of no upgrades?

After many months (> 6) of no software upgrades, I logged into an EC2 instances running: Linux version 2.6.32-358.23.2.el6.x86_64 (mockbuild@x86-022.build.eng.bos.redhat.com) (gcc version 4.4.7 ...
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Python: Move lines backward in a textfile

Imagine a text file which contains random text and two unique markers 01 text text text 02 text text text 03 __DELETE_THIS_FIRST__ 04 text text text 05 text text text 06 text text text 07 text text ...

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