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switching between shells, stops the music that is currently playing

While I was listening to music I changed the virtual console using Ctrl+Alt+F2, and suddenly the music was paused. Returning back to the console that runs the X server Ctrl+Alt+F7 or logging in to ...
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1answer
130 views

How to convert a generic xml format block to properties format String from an xml file using ksh script [closed]

With the conditions: I cannot use any XML parser tool as I don't have permission , read only My xmllint version does not support xpath, and I cannot update it , read only I dont have xmlstarlet and ...
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1answer
428 views

Where does KDE 4 store its keyboard shortcuts?

Some Emacs keyboard shortcuts are intercepted by KDE. I know that KDE lets you configure keyboard shortcuts via GUI, but I am tired of sifting every time all the menus. I would like to open the ...
0
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1answer
136 views

Install ftp Ubuntu 14.04LTS

I'm trying to enable the ftp in ubuntu. I write in the terminal the command setup-ftp but the answer is "setup-ftp: command not found". Where am I wrong?
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1answer
149 views

Magic environment variables in gnome-terminal

I had installed a proxy software (cntlm) on my machine. It sets the environment variable http_proxy to 127.0.0.1:3128. Now I've uninstalled the program using apt-get remove cntlm. However I'm able ...
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Have kickstart install TCPdump

I have a kickstart file for RHEL 6 and in the package section for the installing of the TCPdump command line utility I put tcpdump as the package name. Like I did with java and g++ in the kickstart ...
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1answer
261 views

How to append to an environment variable using an .env file?

Assuming the .env file is loaded before execution, how can you append to it without overriding it? DEBUG=True FOO=BAR PYTHONPATH="/Users/James/project/" The above file would (?) override it, and ...
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71 views

Converting rows to row groups

Can somebody please help me with the below conversion shell script ? Source File File 1 : for example EXCHANGE_ID : 192, 410, EXCHANGE_DTTM : ...
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2answers
88 views

Use a package to install dependency and copy custom conf file

I used dh_make to create a basic Debian package install. I added a dependency which is the actual program I want. All I want to do is overwrite the conf file this package installed, with a new file ...
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sed - Remove lines that contain “hotmail” in the third field

I am trying to delete all emails that contain the word hotmail in the third field from my .txt file. I am currently trying to use the following but it only deletes some lines. I am not sure why sed ...
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1answer
185 views

Remove the exact same matching lines with sed

I have this bash script: sed -i -r '/deb http\:\/\/httpredir\.debian\.org\/debian jessie main/d' /etc/apt/sources.list sed -i -r '/deb http\:\/\/httpredir\.debian\.org\/debian jessie\-updates main/d' ...
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1answer
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how to access through the matches in file-name completion?

In case of file-name completion, is there a way to access through the matches that get displayed after a double tab?
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1answer
76 views

Why have the notion of 'nice'?

I know what 'nice' is and how it maps to priority, this is not the question. Linux priorities range from 0-139. 0-99 is real time, 100-139 is user space. Nice maps onto priority: -20 → 100 0 → 120 ...
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49 views

Using rsync to synchronize directories

I have a script that I am using to backup a directory on a CentOS 6 machine. It's very basic but it is executing rsync -a remote:~/original ./backup This works fine: it is copying the contents of ...
1
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1answer
69 views

How to make Apache piped logging scripts not run as root?

The organization I work for is very security-minded. There is a separation between the group of System Administrators who are responsible for the operating systems (who, obviously, have root) and ...
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322 views

Installing KDE broke my Cinnamon installation

I started my adventure with Linux Mint installing the MATE DE. Then I installed Cinnamon and switched to it. Recently I wanted to try KDE out. So I installed mint-meta-kde, kde-full, amarok, ...
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Strange MySQL with WHM connection issue

I am not really the best way to explain this except state exactly what happened and my basic configuration. I have 1 VPS on Rackspace that has WHM installed on it. This has 3 sites/accounts, that ...
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82 views

Postfix relay - Remove all traces of main node domain

I am using mydomain.com as the central server and myrelay.com as one of my SMTP relays. I currently have the following set to convert the headers. /etc/postfix/header_checks /^Received:/ IGNORE ...
3
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2answers
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Slash and backslash in sed [duplicate]

I want to use sed to change a slash into a backslash and a slash, i.e. / -> \/. But it does not work. Here a small example: #!/bin/bash TEST=/etc/hallo echo $TEST TEST=$(echo $TEST) echo $TEST ...
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0answers
49 views

check_nrpe ssl couldnt complete handshake, in both master and client server it works fine individually

I am getting this check_nrep ssl couldnt complete handshake erro in master server when i try executing the below command. /usr/local/nagios/libexec/check_nrpe -H 10.192.122.234 10.192.122.234 --> ...
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1answer
37 views

How to specify a specific product in udev hwdb file?

I'm trying to remap the buttons on a peripheral that incorrectly has its buttons mapped to F keys. To remedy this I'm trying to use a udev hwdb file to remap keys only on specif devices. So far my ...
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2answers
150 views

How can I delete <93> <94> symbols in file? It is equivalent “ ”

I copied text from a PDF file in bash - vi and I get lines like this: echo <93>The Hypotenuse is $hypotenuse<94> I tried to change that in vi by: s/<93>/"/g But: E486: ...
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Creating Group and User for Tomcat RHEL/CentOS

I newbie I want to create an user for my Tomcat installation, but I was viewing multiple options: # groupadd tomcat # # useradd -g tomcat -d /usr/local/tomcat tomcat # useradd -g tomcat -c "Tomcat ...
4
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2answers
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Copy contents of file without displaying the contents

How to copy the contents of a file in UNIX without displaying the file contents. I don't want to cat or vi to see the contents. I want to copy them to clipboard so that I can paste it back on my ...
0
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1answer
118 views

Unable to boot After removing old kernels

I removed old linux-image and linux-header files to free up space in /boot. I did this first by purging them in the terminal. Then, when I noticed some issues with how the the operating system ...
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340 views

Changing the background color of the window title in GTK3

I would like the title of the active window to be white on blue (to clarify: somewhat like Microsoft Windows XP). Here is my ~/.config/gtk-3.0/gtk.css: .titlebar .title { color: #000066; } ...
2
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1answer
211 views

How can I make Debian 8's terminal show box-drawing characters? [closed]

I just upgraded to Debian 8 with a fresh install and my terminal prompt (prompt adam2 8bit with ZSH) no longer displays some characters correctly: I've checked the terminal encoding (set to Unicode ...
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1answer
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Fail2ban with firewalld

I'm trying to configure fail2ban to block ssh from a local hosts. Fail2ban is install on CentOS 7 with firewall (Linux 3.10.0-229.4.2.el7.x86_64 x86_64 ). I have copied the jail.conf to jail.local i ...
4
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6answers
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Loop in text files shell script

I have a list of files in one directory and a set of jpegs corresponding to each file in another directory. I need to loop over all files, and for each file name, determine the target directory. For ...
2
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2answers
663 views

How to use lsof to identify incoming TCP connections?

I want to know if my server establishes a connection to a remote server or if the remote server tries to reach my server. I tried to read the output of lsof and obtain this information: lsof -i ...
0
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1answer
108 views

Which version of split supports flag -p?

This command does not work in GNU Coreutils split, split of Cern Linux 5 (Redhat) and BSD (Apple Yosemite 10.10.3): split -p'\0' input.txt where input.txt is masi\0hello\0world. Some comments ...
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1answer
58 views

Starting with CAD on linux

I would like to do some CAD work on Linux (Fedora). I have no experience in CAD, so I have to learn it from scratch. Do you know an CAD Tool for Linux which is easy to use? I prefer an easy tool over ...
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date processes first parameter incorrectly if it is not 1

I am using date (GNU coreutils) 8.22 and having some trouble to calculate a date after a given one. Say I want to use 1st of February, for example: $ date -d'1 February' Sun Feb 1 00:00:00 CET 2015 ...
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5answers
412 views

How to add column in the beginning of file using perl?

I want a Perl one-liner that checks whether the first fields of an input file is the file's name and, if it isn't, adds the file name as the first column on every line. Example written in shell : ...
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0answers
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Do I need to stop NTP service for client or only the server for leap second bug in linux

I have a server with suse 11 sp1 which are connected to NTP server that is also of same version. How can prevent leap second bug from effecting the servers? Can stoping the NTP service prevent effects ...
0
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1answer
737 views

enabling vnc after using virt-install

I've created a virtual machine using virt-install with graphics --none. I want to enable vnc. I've tried virsh -c qemu:///system qemu-monitor-command vm171-SC-1 --hmp change vnc :3 but it doesn't ...
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1answer
121 views

Package deb dependency problem

I am using CMake for my application named Agent. After configuring and generating binaryfiles, the application was compiled using the make command and Agent.exe was created in the build directory.Then ...
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0answers
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Why does a broken mount point break netfilter-persistent using systemd?

I have a relatively clean Debian Jessie install. I'm running into two related problems: 1) I have a cifs mount that shows me an error on boot. The error says to run systemctl status ...
0
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1answer
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How to check hcheck_interval value of a SAN disk

http://aix4admins.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/kdb-kdb-kernel-debugger-and-kdb-command.html Question: The URL writes about local disks. But How can I check it for SAN disks? Using AIX 6. This setting ...
0
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0answers
163 views

custom gcc install include files

I have a custom installation of g++ 4.8.1 in my home directory. However the include files in that installation have no extensions! (except for tgmath.h, fenv.h, complex.h, and cxxabi.h) Thus even if ...
0
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2answers
113 views

Does kali distro not use /etc/environments file?

I appended a path to /etc/environments file and now it is like so: mindaugas@Kali:~$ cat /etc/environment | tr ":" "\n" PATH="/usr/local/sbin /usr/local/bin /usr/sbin /usr/bin /sbin /bin /sbin" I ...
0
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1answer
65 views

A script to install OpenVPN & modify iptables?

I d like to automatize the install/config of OpenVPN on my client machines. Roughly, it should looks like : - apt-get openvpn - cp, edit, .... - modify iptables. Is it possible in one script ? or am ...
0
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1answer
89 views

How to make bookmarks appear first in the GNOME files left pane?

I have a dual boot Debian system with windows partitions. I never use and access those partitions from within Linux. But they appear first in the gnome files program. There are 4 disks shown in the ...
1
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1answer
46 views

User-specific font problems in different applications

I have a font-problem with different applications under ubuntu 15.04 (KeePassX, Google Chrome, Pidgin, etc.). In the first picture you can see that the font of the window title is ubuntu but the items ...
0
votes
2answers
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Network problem in Kali Linux

I booted my pen-drive with Kali Linux, when I am going to open live Kali Linux with that bootable pen-drive, my system is not connecting to any network like wired and wireless, so please help me to ...
1
vote
1answer
590 views

Receiving “Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.” after trying to install python -setuptools and python-pip

I ran "sudo apt-get install python-setuptools python-pip" but I received: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Some packages could not be ...
2
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3answers
97 views

Legal status of an embedded Linux case

I wanted to find the source code of embedded Linux that is used in Shenzhen Apexis Electronic Co.,Ltd products. For example in this page: http://apexis.com.cn/productsdetails_244.html You see they ...
2
votes
1answer
120 views

How can I give a user the CAP_MKNOD capabillity?

Following on from this question: rsync's relationship with special files In order to back up device files, rsync at the destination needs to be able to call mknod. The usual approach would be to ...
0
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2answers
297 views

convert a html book to a pdf file?

How can I convert a html book (consisting of a number of html files linked to each other) to a pdf file on Ubuntu? Hope the resulting pdf file can have bookmarks according to the structures of the ...
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2answers
56 views

How can I give the user sufficient permission to access '/' directory?

How can I get the following to work? user@host:~$ cd .. user@host:/home$ cd .. user@host:/$ echo " " > txt.txt bash: txt.txt: Permission denied user@host:/$

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