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GCC not runnable on FreeBSD

I'm trying to run GCC on FreeBSD and I get this error: % gcc ar: unrecognized option `--plugin' usage: ar -d [-Tjsvz] archive file ... ar -m [-Tjsvz] archive file ... ar -m ...
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How to determine who started a process? [duplicate]

every few minutes I found this process running root 949062 100 0.0 37204 1488 ? R< 05:14 0:51 /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/bin/clamdscan --quiet --no-summary /etc/passwd It's ...
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Unable to access CentOS setup Network Configuration after attempting Python update

I attempted to update Python on my CentOS 5.6 VM and have encountered some issues afterward. Initially, yum wouldn't work, but I have resolved that. However, now I am unable to access the Network ...
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How to read the file line by line and to print the previous line where the file contains a single token

For example my file is like: 59 6 18 2014 169 7 14 2 7671912 7849744 201 4 60 6 19 2014 170 5 49 2 7671912 7849744 201 5 61 6 20 2014 171 6 8 2 7671912 7849744 201 6 62 6 23 2014 174 5 3 2 7671912 ...
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Can not call a command

I have a script /etc/init.d/tilestream with: TILESTREAM="/usr/bin/tilestream" MAPPATH="/data" HOST="host" #HOST="localhost" #UIPORT="9001" UIPORT="8888" #TILEPORT="9000" TILEPORT="8888" ...
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How can I make unicode symbols and truetype fonts work in xterm/uxterm?

I'd like to use a truetype font in xterm/uxterm (version 278) but I get problems with unicode symbols (é for example displays fine, so I guess it's not a disabled utf8 or a locale issue): $ echo -e ...
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continuous reading from named pipe (cat or tail -f)

I have configured rsyslog to log certain log events to /dev/xconsole: *.*;cron.!=info;mail.!=info |/dev/xconsole /dev/xconsole is a named pipe (fifo). If I want to see what is being logged, I ...
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ls does not show a hidden file (OS X)

I am using lsof to view the list of open files. One such file that it displays open is : Google 3864 malaykeshav 46u REG 1,1 470455334 32578671 ...
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How to add TileStream in autoload CentOS

I'm new with CentOS. I have a installed tilestream. Now want to tilestream start automaticaly after system restart. Do like this tutorial. /etc/init/tilestream.conf #!upstart #description ...
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Subdomain for Nagios

I have a subdomain forwarding at ip xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (domain.com) Lets call it nagios.domain.com Nagios worked at xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/nagios but now it's not working due to a fact that app.domain.com took ...
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Recovering data of an formatted ext4 partition

An ext4 partition of Hard Disk is formatted to ext2 and then again to ext4 using GParted. Is there a way to recover the original data? I want to reconver .webm files. I could not do this with ...
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Create a log file with the same name as input file

I'm new to linux shell scripting. I have few input files that I have to parse one by one. So in my "work in progress" WIP folder I have one input file at a time. While one file is under processing I ...
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Bash if conditions of variables within intervals

I have some data spread over time intervals, and I want to take some of those data within the time intervals. For example, I have data at times within 1..9, 11..19, etc., and I want to take data ...
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unable to mount NTFS as readonly

I'm using a PuppyLinux build with the Ubuntu Precise kernel. NTFS partitions are always mounted as "rw" but i'd like to avoid this if it is not really necessary to prevent filesystem corruption. When ...
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Udev (197) last_rule not working

I am using udev version 197. I write a rule /etc/udev/rules.d/00-test.rules It's content is : SUBSYSTEMS=="usb", ATTRS{bInterfaceClass}=="e0", ATTRS{bInterfaceSubClass}=="01", ...
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LFS-7.5 chapter 6.9 `make check` fails

I am building and installing glibc-2.19 in chapter 6.9 and I encountered this error while executing TIMEOUTFACTOR=16 make -k check | tee glibc-check-log: mv -f ...
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Testprintenv:error while loading shared libraries:libodbc.so.1: cannot open shared object file

I am trying to invoke a C-Program which returns the value for a given keyword from a configuration file While trying to invoke program it's displaying below error: **Testprintenv: error while ...
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2answers
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Highlight extra white spaces and fixed length column in VIM

I want to highlight extra white spaces and fixed length column (e.g., 80 character in a line) using VIM I created two vimrc rule in my .vimrc file highlight ExtraWhitespacea ctermbg=darkred ...
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Oh no! Something went wrong! Installing kali linux

I am trying to install a virtual machine running Kali (Formerly backtrack) 1.0.7 in 64 bit. My host machine is a 64 bit MacBook pro running 10.7.5. I am using Oracle VirtualBox version 4.3.12. The ...
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1answer
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What does make[number] mean in make V=s?

When I enable make V=s to read the full log of make. I always see make[numer] in the log. e.g: datle@debian:~/workspace/cpx/trunk$ make rm -rf openwrt/tmp cp config/defaut.config openwrt/.config cd ...
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Ran out of inodes on NFS

I have a RHEL 6 box with an NFS mount, mounted using autofs. I copied a big folder, with a lot of small files there, and used up all of my inodes, but I still have 80% of my storage space left, this ...
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Does Android's implementation of SELinux's M.A.C. inhibit root apps with root privileges from accessing app data? [closed]

Starting with Android 4.4 SELinux's MAC is enforced. Does this mean that if an app somehow can get installed and exploit the kernel to get root privileges, that MAC will still prevent that app with ...
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Wrong number of 'clicks' from mouse & drops click and hold, then picks it up again

The issue I am experiencing is the same as the one in this post. This is happening on two different machines, using two different models of mice. While both mice are Logitech, one is a wireless ...
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how to set environment variables from a shell script? [duplicate]

I'm trying to set environment variable through a shell script. Here is the script with various techniques: #!/bin/sh echo "export SOMEPATH=/root/some" >> /root/.bash_profile echo "export ...
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Reading package lists…Error!

When I run sudo apt-get update I get this error: Reading package lists... Error! E: Unable to parse package file /var/lib/dpkg/status (1) E: The package lists or status file could not be parsed or ...
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Make firefox command run downloaded firefox instead of iceweasel

I have downloaded Firefox, but when I run firefox in Alt+F2 (Gnome 3.4.2), Iceweasel runs instead. I used the type command to find the file apparently responsible for this: #!/bin/sh ...
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2answers
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awk: Blank line with date

I use the following code to write the online users' process numbers and the date they were checked: w | tail -n +3 | awk ' { "date +%H:%M:%S" | getline tim} {if ($1 != "") ...
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How to copy a file from a remote network to the local desktop

So I used SSH to remotely login to another computer on a network. I have many files that I would like to copy over to my local desktop. I am trying to follow this How-to : However, I think one ...
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How can I get gmake to give me a list of all included makefiles?

I've inherited a major mess of a makefile network that was itself inherited from another project, with makefiles included all over the place. I'm trying to make a simple change without gutting the ...
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1answer
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Can a domain be configured to only have secondary DNS nameserver records?

I'm asking if someone can verify if my DNS hosting idea is possible or has any flaws. We would host our own primary DNS server for all zones and configure it to allow zone transfers to a set of IPs ...
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1answer
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How to install Node.js in CentOS 5.10 with Python 2.4?

I want to use Grunt on websites we have hosted on our WHM dedicated server. It is running CENTOS 5.10 x86_64 standard with WHM 11.42.1 (build 21). It is critical that things do not break, as we have ...
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How can I trick a process into thinking a file doesn't exist?

I have a program that stores its settings in ~/.config/myprogram that I use both interactively and with a batch queuing system. When running interactively, I want this program to use my configuration ...
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1answer
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Finding which cron jobs are scheduled to run at some future date/time X

Is there a way to "query" a crontab to find which cron jobs run at some arbitrary date/time, or during a certain range of times? For example, determine which will be run at sometime between 14:00 and ...
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How can I see automount points in Linux?

We use autofs at work and I'm having trouble remembering some mount points. With autofs, you can only see currently or recently mounted volumes on a particular machine. How can I see the rest?
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1answer
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Switching to tty changes mouse speed - why / how to change?

I like using a fast mouse, so I use xset to speed it up, more than possible with the normal gnome settings. When I switch to a tty and back to Gnome, my mouse is really slow again (changed to default ...
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1answer
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How to live a Pleskless life? [closed]

I have always used Linux with Plesk when hosting web projects. It's easy to host multiple websites and setup email accounts but I realized it's overkill sometimes. I think it uses a lot of resources ...
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1answer
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Recommended Linux Distro for 'MMO' Server [closed]

Given its UNIX ancestry (the de facto standard for mainframes, back in the days when I first learned programming), using Linux as the OS for an experimental MMO is something of a no-brainer. That ...
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Do Links to /tmp files get deleted?

I have a script that creates a temp directory using mktemp -d. A folder generated in the temp directory is the output of the script that will be copied to another part of the machine. I was ...
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Grepping for a block of text with parts that can be optional

I have multiple entries that describes an event in a very large log file, say A.log. I would like to do two things with the event entries in the log file: Count the number of occurrences of each ...
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1answer
281 views

CUPS filter for a raw queue

I am having issues figuring out how to add a filter for a raw queue in CUPS - if this is possible. Basically, what I need to do, is convert a TIFF to PS before sending it to the raw queue. The ...
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votes
4answers
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Removing lines that are common to the outputs produced by two commands

Say, I have two commands that return some text. For example: $ ./c1 /usr/bin/foo /usr/bin/bar /usr/bin/baz $ ./c2 /usr/bin/foo /usr/bin/qux /usr/bin/buzz /usr/bin/bar I want to remove the duplicate ...
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votes
1answer
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Where do drafts go when mutt crashes?

Sometimes a message doesn't get sent for whatever reason (e.g. a crash or shutdown). I can't find the message in the Drafts maildir (/new, /tmp, or /cur). Surely mutt must save the message somewhere ...
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vote
1answer
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Language variable missing after the update

It appears that language variable is missing after our recent update to our Linux servers. We are running Redhat 5 on them. Is there anyway update can remove variables? The env output shows nothing ...
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0answers
262 views

Packets sent through TUN interface not routed

I have a C program attached to a TUN interface. In my C program, I'm building packets and writing them to the TUN interface. Now to check if packets are really sent from my TUN interface I use ...
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votes
4answers
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Recursively iterate through files in a directory

Recursively iterating through files in a directory can easily be done by: find . -type f -exec bar {} \; However, the above does not work for more complex things, where a lot of conditional ...
2
votes
1answer
270 views

xscreensaver logs non-existent login attempts

I am using xscreensaver to lock my screen. When the screen is locked, any mouse movement brings up the login dialog. After a timeout, login fails with the message "authentication via PAM timed out" ...
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votes
5answers
507 views

Correlating filename with package

Say, I'm given a filename like libasound.so.2. Is there a way to query the package manager to correlate the filename with its corresponding package? I'm interested to get answers for any package ...
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votes
0answers
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Ubuntu no connection after reboot

I cannot connect to my system after a reboot. It's a virtual Ubuntu machine only accessible by SSH. There is a gmrl rescue system installed and I got access to the disk. The only thing I can find in ...
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votes
0answers
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SSH can't use internet when multiple interfaces present in route

I'm trying to make SSH tunnel connection on any possible interface (which has internet connection). I'm currently using ppp0 and eth0 interfaces. ppp0 always has internet and reinitialized if ...
0
votes
1answer
151 views

CLI only Linux on Intel Celeron 266 MHz

I want to install a CLI only Linux system on an old desktop computer for testing and development purposes. It's an Intel Celeron 266MHz with 64 MB of RAM and 4 GB of HDD, and it doesn't reach the ...

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