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CPU frequency won't go beyond 800MHz on my Dell XPS 13 with ivybridge

I cannot go beyond 800MHz on my Dell XPS 13 Ivybridge CPU. $ cpupower frequency-info analyzing CPU 0: driver: intel_pstate CPUs which run at the same hardware frequency: 0 CPUs which need to ...
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CentOS 7 i386 Netinstall error: 'Error setting up base repository"

I downloaded the 32-bit CentOS 7 Netinstall version from http://mirror.centos.org/altarch/7/isos/i386/, and used the http://mirror.centos.org/altarch/7/os/i386/ as the repository during installation ...
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grsec: Illegal instruction issue using libcurl5.2 on Wind River Linux

I am trying to run CurlAgent process, which is using libcurl5.2.0 on Wind River Linux. When this process calls curl_easy_init function to do the curl initialization, I am getting illegal instruction ...
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Linux file create time [duplicate]

Hi I am new to Linux and I am searching a command that gives me the file create time in a folder. Thanks in advance
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Bash 4, expansion and putting to lowercase

I see that in Bash > 4.0 variable expansion is used to lowercase a variable. For example echo ${variable,,} Reading the man page I really don't get why the shell is converting the string to ...
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How to remove Linux Mint rounded corners

I would like to remove the top left-right border radius out of Linux Mint. After looking around I found a suggestion that editing gnome-shell.css would do this: .panel-corner { ...
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Installing Linux on MacBook Air

I've wanted to switch over from OS X to Linux as my main OS for some time now, but I have a few questions that I would prefer to be answered before I try. Please excuse my general lack of knowledge ...
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Copy a hidden file to a directory?

I'm trying to copy all of the hidden files to a directory. The problem is I can't copy it into a new folder. I get Permission denied error. How do I fix this? I used: cp -rf /usr/include /cse220-p01 ...
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How can I overcome these errors to dual boot Windows 7 and Fedora 23?

I am trying to dual boot my laptop with Fedora 23. The laptop has Windows 7 already installed. I am in BIOS mode and the system shows the following error and won't allow me to install. I am a ...
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embedded linux- to check uart in raspberry pi

Checking whether the Pi is sending and receiving UART data by installing the tool Minicom. Pi is sending serial data but is not receiving data. Whatever I type in Pi minicom is received to PC ...
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1answer
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Unable to see client on Uchiwa dashboard (Sensu Monitoring)

I have a Sensu SERVER setup and a Sensu CLIENT. Services sensu-server, sensu-client, uchiwa, sensu-api are running on SERVER. Services sensu-client is running on CLIENT. All the checks I described ...
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Select the lines with exactly two columns in Linux

I have a file that is a mapping between filename and the corresponding transcripts. The file name and transcripts is separated by a TAB character. The transcription of the file may contain one or ...
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how to login a user using shell script [on hold]

In my computer i have two user(tiger,jenk) now i want to create a shell script for login user "jenk" from user "tiger" i m try this code [tiger@pagaltiger mytask]$ echo -e "IncorrectPassword\n" | ...
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1answer
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Only send email if disk usages exceeds 80%

My script is: abc=$(df -h | sed s/%//g | awk '{ if($5 > 80) print "Alert "$0;}' | awk '{print $2,$6}') \ && echo -e "Dear All, \n\n$abc\n\nABC" \ | mailx -s "Disk partition" ...
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How do I permanently remove an Alias from my Shell

When I was not near my computer some guy got it and set an Alias for ls in my root folder. He set it to 'yes NeverGonnaGiveYouUp'. So now when im in my root folder and type ls I get an infinite loop ...
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gdb710 crashs on start [on hold]

Since I need to debug my binary, I installed GDB on my FreeBSD server. I now have the problem that if I want to start gdb I get an error I don't know anything about. i386fbsd-kern.c:482: ...
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Is the flag treated as string in c command argument? [on hold]

say I have the following: #include <stdio.h> #include <string.h> int main(int argc, char *argv[]){ if (argv[1] == "-s") { printf("success\n"); } else{ ...
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SSL Secure Connection Failed [on hold]

I tried to migrated my Primary Web-Server to my Secondary Web-Server. I have verified every thing which is mentioned below. Both the host are n same version CentOS 6.7 httpd.conf was same as ...
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How to remove prefixes and suffixes from filenames in a given directory?

I have many files with the same prefix and the same suffix. I want to remove both from filenames. Both contain spaces. So foo bar XXX doo par.jpg, foo bar YY YY doo par.jpg would become XXX.jpg and ...
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cygwin ssh not working

I installed cygwin on Windows 7 and trying to test SSH to local host but getting the connection refused and stdin is not a terminal error: Here is the detailed log: $ ssh -vvv localhost ...
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2answers
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Joining certain lines of text together before modifying them

I have a cricket commentary like - 0.3 Richardson to RG Sharma, 2 runs, gentle, non-swinging length ball on off, Rohit seeks to pick it up. Hit high on the bat and spooned over the returning Mitch ...
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Arch linux not visible in bootloader

I installed Arch following the beginers guide and installed the rEFInd bootloader. When i start my computer rEFInd can load windows and the Arch live cd (if it's inserted) but i cant get it to show ...
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Difference between stop, kill and terminate in Xfce task manager 1.0.1

The title says it all, I'm on Xfce desktop environment, using "Task manager 1.0.1". For more precision you can found it here, a link I got in the "About". When secondary clicking a process, I can ...
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Is the iSCSI block device having client side-read cache (if yes how to disable)?

I have a remote block device with the test ext4 filesystem image. On the iSCSI initiator side, I have this device detected as let's say /dev/sdb. I am not mounting this filesystem but instead I use ...
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Python script to convert adblock list in a forbidden file for Polipo proxy (regex) [migrated]

On my system I currently running Polipo proxy, mainly for adblock purposes. By a search on internet I've found many shell scripts to convert adblock plus lists in Polipo forbidden file format; most of ...
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Remap CAPS_LOCK key for both virtual consoles and desktop environment in one easy step

I want my CAPS_LOCK key to be another CTRL key in both virtual consoles and my desktop environment. I know there are dozens of ways to accomplish this. However, a while back I came across an elegant ...
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Why xfce4-panel crashes when streaming music from bandcamp?

Whenever I play music from bandcamp, xfce4-panel crashes, and restarting it won't help. Only when I stop playing music, the panel loads. Confirmed with both with Firefox and Chrome. xfce4-panel: ...
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1answer
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Raster font in Linux terminal

Is there anyway to get the command prompt font (raster font) into the linux terminal. I would really like to know how to because I just really like this font. Thanks
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Run a command over directories with name recursively

I have the following directory structure in AIX. codeRepo/REPO1/AREA1/objects codeRepo/REPO1/AREA2/SUBAREA1/objects codeRepo/REPO1/AREA2/SUBAREA2/objects From codeRepo I want to run chown myUser * ...
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Exec vs source error on ==

I run a strange error with the following code: #!/usr/bin/env bash a="a" b="a" if [ "$a" == "$b" ] then echo "Eq" fi chmod u+x script.sh Then executing the file will display Eq: $ ./script.sh ...
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How to search multiple Pattern in grep while ignoring the first pattern if appearing consecutively

I have an input like below. I want to find out everything starting with abc and ending with mno including lines in between but if abc appears again before mno comes, then I want to ignore the first ...
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How can mutt indicate the presence of all attachments?

Indicating the presence of attachments In mutt, I can tell an email has an attachment because it is indicated in the email's display itself: [-- Attachment #1 --] [-- Type: text/plain, Encoding: ...
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How to ensure echo into a file has been flushed? [on hold]

I have two co-operating programs X and Y running on the same system. X some times uses Y to calculate some information. I use file based communication between the programs. When X wants Y to compute ...
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Cannot install D-Link wireless Range Booster N usb on kali linux VMWARE

I have a D-Link Range Booster and tried to use it with KALI in vmware. I have it installed on my Physical Windows machine then when I use it with kali it doesn't detect it. This is the vmware sign ...
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1answer
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Locate and manage files on extern hard drive through FileZilla over SSH

I have installed Debian Server on one of my servers and plugged in a extern hard drive to it through USB (sdb1, 2, and 5 on the image below) where I have all my files on right now. Before I used this ...
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Playing remote audio files over SSH [duplicate]

I am connected to a machine via SSH and I often need to listen to WAV files on that machine. I usually open another terminal window and do ssh host 'cat /path/to/sound.wav' | aplay, but that's tedious ...
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1answer
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Default NTFS mount (R, R/W) of Raspbian Jessie?

What is the default mounting for an NTFS drive in Raspbian Jessie? In Raspbian Wheezy, the default was read-only, and to get read/write, you had to upgrade to ntfs-3g and modify the fstab file. See ...
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1answer
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How to Move Large Number of Files to Original Directories?

I accidentally ran a command that moved the contents of all the subdirectories in my home folder to my home folder. Should I call it a loss and reinstall my system, or is there some command(s) I can ...
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restore open programs across reboot/restart in mint?

When I used to turn off my windows machine(8.1) all my programs would automatically save before shutdown and open again when the OS restarted. Is there a way to do this in mint?
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Linux cloud Desktop provider (Alternative to Amazon WorkSpaces with Windows)

Are there providers who offer Linux Desktop hosting? I wish to use it instead of VPN provider (privacy, private web browsing). Amazon WorkSpaces only offers Windows based Desktop.
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Gray screen on LXDE

I turned on my computer this morning only to notice this random gray area on my desktop. I recored it to better explain it. This gray area does not show up when my screensaver starts, or when I'm on ...
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1answer
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How can I find .git repositories and pull'em all?

I tried. $ find . -name .git -type d -execdir git pull {}; find: The relative path ‘%ANDROID_HOME%/tools’ is included in the PATH environment variable, which is insecure in combination with the ...
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1answer
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How do you list number of lines of every file in a directory in human readable format.

I have a list of directories and subdirectories that contain large csv files. There are about 500 million lines in these files, each is a record. I would like to know How many lines are in each ...
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How do you list all functions and aliases in a specific script?

I have a bash script that's getting quite long. It would be nice if I could list all the functions in it. Even better would be listing the name of the function and any documentation about it's ...
1
vote
1answer
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How to split a string at some non-printable-character delimiter?

I know that if $VAR contains some string, I can split this string at, say, periods, to produce an array, like this: % VAR=$ZSH_VERSION % parts=(${(s:.:)VAR}) % printf '%s\n' $parts 5 0 7 What must ...
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1answer
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Converting column data to matrix

I am trying to create a matrix of plant traits and plant species. There are 2,912,746 rows in the data and 3 columns. There are different numbers of traits for each species, and not every species has ...
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To calculate average by taking command line argument

The task is that if input numbers: 4 1 2 9 8 Output=(sum of all except first_number_in_series)/first_number in series Then output average should be 1+2+9+8/(first_number_in series)=20/4=5 I have ...
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Reuse rsync --dry-run output

I usually do rsync -n before doing an actual rsync. The thing is, how could I automate the second run to reuse exactly the list generated with --dry-run? I mean, if I run rsync -n then I get a ...
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Secure and free cloud storage options for integration with Linux

Copy.com used to be a good option for secure, free, and plenty of storage (15GB+), as well as Linux integration. But this service will be shutting down soon. What are alternative options? Dropbox is ...
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How to get syslog from another device to ubuntu

I am trying to get syslog from my router, and seems it is sending the messages to my Ubuntu 15.10. I have restarted the syslog but I don't see any logs. I believe I need to configure the file ...

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