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Is cryptsetup benchmark for single or multiple queues

Let say that cryptsetup benchmarks gives 2 GiB/s performance. Is it per queue so on 4 core processor I could read from disk at 8 GiB/s (assuming I wasn't limited by SATA etc. and it would scale ...
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Is there a tool to check Windows MSI's Digital Signatures Hash for Linux?

I would like to automate the signature check for MSI's in a linux box, is there a tool that can help me achieve this?
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How to issue a tar command when you restore your system

I've recently created a tarball backup of my Ubuntu system (/ and /home partitions both ext4). When I was creating a backup I booted off Live DVD and I used a tar command. Now I wonder which would be ...
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Setting the LANG environment variable for xfce

I am on a multi user Debian Stretch system which has en_US.UTF-8 as default locale, but I want de_DE.UTF-8 for my user. I was able to set it for terminals, by adding export LANG=de_DE.UTF-8 to ...
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Clone Linux fedora using Clonezilla

Actually this is the first time for me with Clonezilla, and I`m not system administrator. I have on my machine (Win7 & Fedora22 workstation). Fedora each time run shows to me partition size ...
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1answer
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tmux doesn't passes correctly ctrl-shift-arrow sequences

Tmux doesn't passes correctly the ctrl-shift-arrow sequences. It doesn't work on emacs, and when I use sed -n l, I see it displays the escape sequence of the arrow key alone instead of the full ...
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Scheduler for a system call in linux to execute some event

I am thinking about a use case. I want a script that will start up my Linux system, open a particular website and then shut down automatically. Is it possible to create a scheduler for my system? As ...
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Can't ssh without password to ubuntu machines on a shared filesystem, while it is successful on RHEL machines [on hold]

I am running on a cluster, where my home directory is shared to all machines. Some of the machines are RHEL and the others are Ubuntu. When I login without password from RHEL->RHEL or UBUNTU->RHEL it ...
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CentOS 7 grub option is missing after upgrading windows 8 to 10

My system was dual booted with CentOS 7 and Windows 8, after upgrading from Windows 8 to latest Windows 10 progrub is over written by Windows MBR. How do I reinstall grub on my system.
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Create aMule daemon systemd .service file

I recently moved to Raspbian Jessie on my RPi and now I'd like to move all my services from init.d to systemd. aMule daemon it is now working with init.d but I want to move the script to a ...
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bash adding a filename to an alias command [duplicate]

I have an alias to a ffmpeg command to start recording a session like this: alias sreq='ffmpeg -f x11grab -r 24 -s 1024x768 -i :0.0 -qp 0 -c:v libx264 -preset veryslow' I can just type sreq ...
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Can't use !$ in script?

Just wondering why this is not working #!/bin/bash ls /bin ls !$ I expect to run ls /bin twice, but the second one raises errors as !$ was not interpreted Did I miss something, or !$ only work ...
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Bash script in /etc/pm/sleep.d/ blocks suspension

I have a simple script on my ubuntu, which I placed into /etc/pm/sleep.d/. Here it is: /etc/pm/sleep.d$ cat 01_working_with_pulseaudio #! /bin/sh case "$1" in hibernate|suspend) ...
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1answer
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How do I find an application that's already installed on Knoppix?

I have created a bootable USB drive with Knoppix. It works fine, but I was specifically looking for chntpw and a tool to wipe a HDD. This question is about where to find a package (chntpw) that ...
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CentOS, Vhosts.conf missing? [on hold]

So I've created 5 pages on CentOS machine, I configured the Httpd.conf and vhosts.conf and everything works like a charm. Now after 3 months I log in and I can not find the vhosts.conf file ...
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How to “track” newly created processes?

I know that with ps I can see the list or tree of the current processes running in the system. But what I want to achieve is to "follow" the new processes that are created when using the computer. As ...
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Automatic deployment of software to Debian

I have been reading about creating my own Debian packages for my own software and deploying them to a apt-get repository that I also can create on my own. The source code for my software is in a Git ...
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1answer
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apt-get update not working [on hold]

I'm trying to install haproxy to my Debian Server. I have followed the instructions as below: create a new file called backports.list in /etc/apt/sources.list.d Add the follwing to the file: ...
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Thunderbird pop-up notifications

I have Debian 8 as my operating system with GNOME 3. I want to use Thunderbird as my desktop email client. I would like to receive emails without have Thunderbird always open. I was thinking about ...
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avahi-daemon withdraws IP address from my network interface

I am running an Arch Linux server in my local network. It has avahi-daemon running on it to advertise some services (like a print server). It has happened for the second time now that my server was ...
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RAM not used by process? Then who uses it? [on hold]

I don't understand who uses my RAM. I can see clearly that it's used, but I have no ideea who uses it. Do you have any ideea what could be wrong here? I'm experiencing random spikes of high memory ...
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tmux status line and current path format

Tmux has an option to have the #{pane_current_path} as a name for the current pane in the status line. This is great but has two short falls for me: $HOME is not displayed as ~. I only really need ...
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Can I bind single keys in zsh when in vi normal mode?

I use urxvt with zsh and vi keys (bindkey -v). Is there a way to bind custom commands to single keys when in normal mode? For example, I'd like p to run xclip -o -sel clip and insert the result at the ...
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0answers
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Create Paragraph Numbers in Roxterm

I have a text file created in Roxterm. I need to number the paragraphs. So, for instance, the first paragraph would be labeled 1 and so on. Is there a command to do this? My text file is called ...
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How do I use a SSH tunnel as a alternative to port forwarding?

I want to use SSH as a alternative to port forwarding to use my RDP server from the outside as my ISP's router does not allow port forwarding. Here's what I have in mind: A - client connecting to the ...
0
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1answer
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Why hasn't my CentOS partition resized?

I am running CentOS 6.5 in Hyper-V. It originally started off with a 5GB virtaul hard disk (VHDX) but I later decided I wanted to increase the size. I changed it in Hyper-V settings to 20GB, then ...
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1answer
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cannot reduce the size of my Btrfs partition

I need to free up 4T on my LVM which is mainly taken by a Btrfs filesystem mounted on /data. I did: # btrfs fi resize -h btrfs filesystem resize: too few arguments usage: btrfs filesystem resize ...
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1answer
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Nagios plugins are executed from server plugins or client plugins? [on hold]

Just installed Nagios on SERVER (10.20.8.106) and attached a CLIENT (10.20.10.11). So I defined my host and and a service for check_nrpe. It is working. So I have check_nrpe plugin in the ...
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2answers
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Mounting efi disk on external USB

Recently I bought new sshd to replace my old one on my notebook, but I have problem. I installed Ubuntu 15.10 on new one and put the old on usb case I have, but the disk on USB doesnt have partition ...
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0answers
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Is it possible to map a path in OSX? [on hold]

I am using VMware share folder fonction: so i have the path /Volume/VMware Shared Folder/DevFolder/ Is it possible to map this path to be able to access the same folder using cd /DevFolder I try ...
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1answer
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ESC + { : What is it and where I can know more about it?

I was play around at the bash prompt, and pressed ESC followed by { , after which , the shell showed all the files for completion, in a fileglob string. Eg : If I had typed bash C followed by ESC+{ , ...
3
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2answers
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How to update Linux servers?

I am planning to update a bunch of servers. Currently, I get an email every month, on the updates that are available per servers. I don't want to check ~100 updates per server, is there a way to ...
2
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0answers
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CUPS job-name document-name

I have CUPS 1.6.3.22 on Centos7 and when I print from AIX6.1 machine the job gets no name-title so it shows "Untitled" on the Jobs web page in the column "Name". And I want no banner page. I know ...
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0answers
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Exiting GUI Linux Mint

I need to install nVidia driver in Mint 17.3 Cinnamon. I tried Crtl+Alt+F1, but the only thing I get on screen is black screen. I've installed Mint on external HDD (USB3, SATA2, 5400 rpm). Is this a ...
2
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2answers
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USB flash-drive with hard-coded partition

I have a Kingston DataTraveler 2.0 16GB USB flash-drive: The weird part with this USB flash-drive is that despite the fact that I have zero-filled the flash-drive: # dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdc ...
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Some trouble with mounts

I have some trouble with my disk setup here. Basically I recently reformatted my windows disk and wanted to add it's space in. Therefore I divided the disk into 3 partitions and mounted them into my ...
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2answers
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How to create a tar of directory structure

I want to copy the directories into another server; however don't need to copy the files of the directories. So a tar of empty directories is the one that I am looking for.
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Removing intermediate line breaks in muliple columns except the last new line character [on hold]

Suppose If I have the data like this Col1|Col2|Col3 <br\> 123|abc\n<br\> xyz\n<br\> |abc\n<br\> def\n<br\> other rows<br\> <br\> In the above newline ...
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0answers
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How to install TFS 2010 on Ubuntu 15.10? [on hold]

I had worked in my IT firm on TFS 2008 & TFS 2010 on Windows machine. But I want to install it on my home laptop having only Ubuntu 15.10. My purpose is to learn TFS at home. So, how to install it ...
0
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0answers
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How to I get dstat to report totals for each minute?

I recently discovered dstat but I am surprised that it seems that when it gives reports for another time interval it does not measure the totals for them. Have a look root@zeus:~# dstat -tdD ...
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2answers
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How to change the password if the shadow file has “!!”?

[root@notebook ~]# grep USER /etc/shadow USER:!!:16577:1:90:7::: [root@notebook ~]# [root@notebook ~]# su - USER [USER@notebook ~]$ id uid=1000(USER) gid=983(GROUPN) groups=983(GROUPN),10(wheel) ...
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0answers
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How to set usb stick's ntfs filesystem's attribute to readonly in linux

I know how to set readonly attribute to ntfs filesystem of a usb device by using diskpart tool in windows. attributes disk set readonly but how to set readonly attribute to the same usb device ...
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1answer
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Taking and restoring an image of partition with dd

I created a new partition on my server /dev/sda4 with a filesystem based on ext3. I mounted the new partition /dev/sda4 on /mnt/sda4/ and created an image with dd of the partition /dev/sda3. sda3 is ...
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0answers
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expressvpn always blocked

I use expressvpn for making google accessible. But recently, I cannot connect to the expressvpn with .ovpn files. I had stopped firewalld and iptables server, but it did't work. But the expressvpn on ...
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0answers
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How to get curl progress bar in terminal?

I'm using curl to upload files from a bash shell. I know there's the option --progress-bar which is supposed to give an upload progress indicator, but no matter what, I can't get it to show. I do ...
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2answers
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examples of the purpose of the bin directiory [on hold]

I have searched everywhere and cannot seem to find any examples of the purpose of the bin directory. what are some examples of the purpose of the bin directory?
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1answer
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RaspberryPi- Bash entry explanation [on hold]

Can someone please help me with this entry i cannot figure out what it means. What does this entry mean: -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 920788 Mar 28 2013 bash
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2answers
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tr -d not work with carriage return

I want to get rid of \n from variable I found many answers for that which say "use tr -d" but tr -d not work for me echo "$test" | od -c 0000000 4 4 2 5 2 \n 0000006 then I use tr -d ...
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votes
0answers
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Which is a cheaper smarthost for alert messages on AWS: SES or or Gmail? [on hold]

Like I imagine many startups, we use Gmail for business email and AWS for our VMs. For infrequent automated messages from AWS, which is cheaper (e.g. free): Amazon's sessmtp or a Google gmail relay as ...
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0answers
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Installing Ubuntu 14.04 on Lenovo Essential G505S (59-380131) Laptop

The configuration of my laptop is: Lenovo Essential G505S (59-380131) Processor : APU Quad Core A10 RAM : 8GB [I have upgraded RAM from 4GB to 8GB] HDD : 1TB O.S. : Win7 Ultimate 64 Bit Graphics Card ...

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