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Install Lubuntu as 2nd OS on encrypted computer?

I have debian installed on my computer which is installed in a full encrypted disk. Having tried lubuntu in virtual box form and liking it, I want to try lubuntu out on the actual computer instead of ...
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“login -qf” as root results in “Login incorrect” error

I'm trying to install pow on an OS X machine.* Some of pow's components have to run as root, so part of the setup process involves running an installation script with sudo. The problem is, this setup ...
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Error file system check

I enabled the package e2fsprogs and always when the system starts it return the following error (when partition mounting): Jan 01 00:00:03 xxxx systemd[1]: Found device /dev/mmcblk0p3. Jan 01 ...
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How can I conditionally pass a subshell through 'time'?

I have a setup script for a Vagrant box where I used to measure single steps with time. Now I would like to conditionally enable or disable the time measurements. For example, previously a line would ...
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google chrome installed but cant open in fedora 14 [on hold]

I installed Google Chrome following this link, but now that is it installed, it won't open. I tried many ways but it won't work. I am running the 2.6.35.6-45.fc14.i686 Linux kernel.
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Problem with passing parameters containing spaces and wild card characters

I have a problem passing parameters if the parameters may contain wildcards and/or spaces, if those parameters are optional. Since this sounds pretty abstract, let's have a small example: The ...
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Unmap Ctrl+h from backspace

I have the following key mapping defined in .tmux.conf. bind-key -n C-l next bind-key -n C-h prev What it does is cycling through windows in tmux when pressing Ctrl + L an Ctrl + H, respectively. ...
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Asus server stops unexpectedly [on hold]

My Asus server stops suddenly without any notification. I try to find the problem. I use to ultimate boot cd to find what is wrong. I think that it would be in the hardware. I run pated magic. But ...
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1answer
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Double “AuthType”, is possible?

i need to protect my site with basic authentication, but i have alredy the authentication directive with shibboleth: <Location /> AuthType shibboleth ShibRequireSession Off require ...
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Debian, tftp only works for localhost

I installed a new Debian Linux 7.7 in a virtual machine (with bridged networking) on a Windows 7 host. Now I am trying to get a tftp server running on it in order to supply an embedded device with a ...
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1answer
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Use sudo from another programm

I was wondering it is safe or an acceptable practice to use sudo to run an application from another one. For example, Let's say I have an application that uses a configuration file to do its work and, ...
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1answer
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How to name a directory by combining two variables?

I want to name a directory by combining the the values of two variables. eg: dirname="$var1" '.' "$var2".
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Suspend options with KDM greeter

I am not able to suspend my desktop to RAM from the KDM greeter. I am able to suspend it to RAM when logged into KDE using the sleep option from the logout menu and by pressing the sleep key on my ...
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1answer
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Issue due to scope of environment variables

I had an Internet connection problem which turned out to be related to setting up the appropriate proxy environment variables. After adding lines like export ...
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0answers
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Multiple prefix tags in rpm spec file

I have an rpm that builds two packages. I tried to add separate Prefix tags in the preamble each of the packages. However, as there is one prep section, I am not able to address the prefix each of ...
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0answers
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Adding files to %files section of SPEC file from another file

Is there a way to use a text file to add files into a package. This is what I intend to know: I have a text file that contains a list of files to be packaged. Is there some way to use that list in ...
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3answers
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tar append to file in archive

Good morning, I have a tar compressed archive tar.bzip2 (created using tar jcf), which contains a file named data.txt (1). On the other side, I have another file also named data.txt (2). Is ...
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1answer
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Keep the space after completion for some characters in zsh

Zsh has a bit of completion-related automation that's nice most of the time: after pressing Tab, a space is inserted automatically (or some other appropriate character such as , inside braces). I ...
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1answer
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darktable 1.6 in PC-BSD

Is darktable 1.6 in PC-BSD repositories available or when will it be? Or is it possible to install it from freebsd?
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1answer
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Special custom shortcut

I would like to create a special shortcut that minimize all windows and switch my current desktop to the next one. Could be useful for work. I'm on Fedora 21 with GNOME.
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1answer
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linux 3.17 supports hotplug of thunderbolt of non-chained thunderbolt devices — what is this?

Linux 3.17 has a commit which supports hotplug of thunderbolt of non-chained thunderbolt devices. But what does "non-chained thunderbolt devices" mean? Is a thunderbolt to ethernet adapter a chained ...
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1answer
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How to change dmenu's font size in xmonad?

I just start to use xmonad window manager. It is wonderful. I tried to modify some configurations to get it work more suitable for me. My question is: How to make a keyboard shortcut for commonly ...
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1answer
22 views

upload and dowload the files from server without giving password

I want to download the file from sever by using cron job, so I need to use scp command without giving password by keyword. How do I do so?
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sed with multiple expression for in-place arguement

I am trying to replace multiple words in file by using sed -i #expression1 #expression2 file Something 123 item1 Something 456 item2 Something 768 item3 Something 353 item4 Output (Desired) ...
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Gzip Mutliple files using single command [on hold]

Want to Gzip my all the .csv files into a gzip file. I am using this command. gzip *.csv; Problem File contains '//' in its name that's why command is giving error. Error : - '//File.csv' is not ...
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0answers
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Gzip Mutliple files using single command [duplicate]

Want to Gzip my all the .csv files into a gzip file. I am using this command. gzip *.csv; Problem File contains '//' in its name that's why command is giving error. Error : - '//File.csv' is not ...
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0answers
27 views

archlinux cannot execute java after update

I 've updated raspberry pi b+ arch linux via pacman -Syyu and now I cannot run java anymore because of following error: [xxxx@pi ~]# java -bash: /usr/bin/java: cannot execute binary file: Exec format ...
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Updates installation error of packages [on hold]

What exactly is this error ??????? I tried to install the updates but error reflected and here i attached the screenshot of that error.
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2answers
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Using Diff on a specific column in a file

Will it be possible to use diff on a specific columns in a file? file1 Something 123 item1 Something 456 item2 Something 768 item3 Something 353 item4 file2 Another 123 stuff1 Another 193 ...
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0answers
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Zynq SOC Linux Video Driver [on hold]

How Zynq ARM running Linux drives the ADV7511 chip?they have mentioned the necessary signals are generated in the FPGA and video data are sent from ARM linux to the FPGA and to the ADV chip?
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CentOS 7 httpd failed to make connection with backend

In a CentOS 7 server with apache httpd 2.4 set up as an ssl reverse proxy for tomcat, I am getting an error indicating that httpd is not able to connect with tomcat. How can I resolve this error so ...
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1answer
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Slingshot no longer responds to Super+Space

I'm on elementary Luna (Ubuntu 12.04) and the built-in Slingshot Launcher no longer responds to the Super+Space keyboard shortcut to launch the applications menu. Clicking the "Applications" button ...
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Inner loop conditions shall depend on outer loop run

How can I build an inner loop such that the loop condition depends on the outer loop run? My very situation does probably not matter for the code I am looking for, but here it is: I have a crawler ...
3
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1answer
154 views

Why is $HOME inherited when I start a shell with sudo?

I'm setting up a Vagrant box and I noticed something I found odd. root@box:~# sudo --user=vagrant bash bash: /root/.bashrc: Permission denied vagrant@box:~$ export declare -x HOME="/root" Why is ...
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Replace webcam transmission with an image from the hard drive

I'm working with an Android app installed in my Arch Linux using the emulator Genymotion. This app is not mine and I have not access to the source code, I'm just working with it. In some part of the ...
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No audio codecs on Fedora 21

I've been trying to listen to music in Fedora 21 but unfortunately I cannot. Here is what I tried: yum update yum install gstreamer gstreamer-plugins-good gstreamer-plugins-bad ...
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Is it safe to use the -y and -Y flags to hdparm?

Is it dangerous to use the -y or -Y flag in hdparm during a write, or when the disk is still mounted, or will hdparm refuse to spin-down, or automatically sync and unmount?
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Linux dual boot wiped Windows data

I have a Windows Vista/Debian Linux dual boot on my computer. Yesterday I did a bunch of work on Windows, while Linux was hibernated. Today I logged into Linux and tried to look at the data in the ...
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0answers
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grub rescue, no device found

I'm using the Live CD as my "main-OS" for 2 days, because I can't start Linux Mint, I've tried many solution on the internet, all of them failed for me... It's probably because I have an old SATA HDD ...
2
votes
1answer
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how does hdparm calculate spin-down times?

I have been trying various options with hdparm, like setting the spin-down time to 5 minutes withhdparm -S 60 and setting the APM to 1, but I end up getting a spin-down in less than 5 seconds... How ...
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1answer
32 views

DHCP Kali Linux

I'm using VBox. I have got a Bridged Adapter. I need to get my network working. What I can already do is to set everything up manually, I mean: ifconfig eth0 192.168.1.33 netmask 255.255.255.0 route ...
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1answer
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GParted doesn't recognize my newly resized vdi

Before I describe the problem, I'd like to specify that I'm not confused about the size of the partitions (they haven't been extended yet, so of course they haven't grown) but the size of the actual ...
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0answers
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Samba4 does not map computer accounts correctly

I am having a problem with a fileserver running FreeBSD 10.1 and Samba 4.1.13. I have a share definition created thusly: [database] path = /tank/shares/database writable ...
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1answer
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Calibre (E book management) problem on Elementary OS Luna

I have had Calibre installed for some time now and it has always worked fine. Right now I tried to send a book from the Calibre library to my Kindle and I keep getting this message: calibre, version ...
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(Super)user issues in handling services

Headless Ubuntu server 14.04. I have installed dropbox (as outlined here http://ubuntuserverguide.com/2012/06/how-to-install-and-configure-dropbox-on-ubuntu-server-12-04.html) and have added the ...
2
votes
2answers
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What is the purpose of using shift in bash scripts?

I have came across this script: #! /bin/bash ...
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2answers
132 views

Compiler cannot find header file, do I add the directory to PATH?

I am trying to work with gtk which is located at /usr/include/gtk-3.0/gtk/ .., but all of the header files in the toolkit have #include <gtk/gtk.h>. Aside from adding /usr/local/gtk-3.0 to ...
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1answer
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How to integrate Kali Linux features in Ubuntu

I have tried Kali Linux, a Debian distribution with very powerful security auditing and hacking features. Since the distribution is based on Debian like Ubuntu, I suppose it should be easy integrate ...
0
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1answer
29 views

use only one wireless card to connect to wifi network and share internet through wifi at same time

Is it possible to use only one wireless card to connect to other wifi network to access internet and share the internet to other devices via same wireless card at same time ? No! I didn't mean ...
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votes
2answers
47 views

Merging/Combining 2 text files according to numeric field

I have 2 text files file_1: 14595|Age 35|Salary xx|Position ax|2013|Info 1|Info 2|Info 3|Info 4|Info 5 14649|Age 30|Salary xx|Position az|2015|Info 1|Info 2|Info 3|Info 4|Info 5 file_2: ...

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