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Macbook Pro Display Issue (Tiny blue squares)

I have a problem with my Macbook Pro Recently, The display started showing tiny blue squares everywhere on screen. I have tried doing VRAM and PRAM reset, upgrading to Yosemite but downgraded because ...
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Need output in a good format using shell script

I have a file with below output. cat PoolReport.txt Thu, Aug 27, 2015 7:56:29 AM PoolName,Total GB, Used GB ,Available GB ,Percent Full Oracle-RAID10,6432.539,6179.295,253.244,96.063 ...
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Making a *nicely* formatted list of number of files in directories - awk & sed probably

I have lots and lots of files in a series of directories, and would like a nicely formatted list of how many files are in each directory. The directories are ordered thus: Parent directories named ...
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Screen Split mostly doesn't work Ctrl + A, Shift + s and Crtl A, Shift / never works

I am using PuTTY and trying to use the screen shortcut commands in the terminal, and am getting very frustrated. I found that I could sometimes get: Ctrl + a, Shift s to work, seems to work more ...
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Adding CentOS 7 to Active Directory

I am having a hard time adding a CentOS 7 machine to my domain (Active Directory 2012 running in Windows 2008 mode). I am using realmd to join the machine to the domain. Here is what I have checked so ...
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Continuing an interrupted `wget` session?

Is it possible to continue an interrupted wget session - eg. by parsing the log-file (created with -o or -a ), or after somehow have wget store additional information to disk (like it's list over ...
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How do I go to the last line where I entered text in tmux?

I often use tmux to scroll through error messages for various reasons. Usually I use the ninja command to build my projects so when I hit compilation errors ctrl+b [ ninja quickly takes me back to ...
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Job control over a Bash script

I have a Bash script of a thousand lines each containing an ffmpeg command. I start this with source script and it runs just fine. However, when I try to take control of this script in various ways, ...
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1answer
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How to install `service` command in a Stable Debian?

In ubuntu we do simple: service MyService restart service MyService stop ... So, the service command is good and simple. I need this simplicity: how to install service command on Debian? PS: this ...
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Get very next word of a substring in a string

I need to get the next word of a word in a string. I tried to write a script but it's not working. And it's good if you suggest me any other alternatives to achieve this. Script: #!/bin/bash ...
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Auditing configuration

I'm trying to set up filesystem auditing using auditd on Ubuntu 12.04.5. I have a filesystem being exported, call it /exports/data, that I need audited. I have the following rule in place: ...
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opensshd / openssh - allow EITHER keypair or password

I would like to configure my sshd to allow users to authenticate with a keypair, then fallback to password authentication. But I'm struggling to achieve that from the information in the man pages / ...
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Linux UART IO File

How bytes received on UART device are stored in some serial Linux devices /dev/ttyS? How to read them? What is the procedure? Should that device file be closed, when new data is arriving?
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ldd shows library exists and is linked, program doesn't find it

Console Output: bitnami@linux:~$ sudo svnmucc propset svn:needs-lock 1 file:///opt/bitnami/repositories/Standard/Ipc/trunk -m "test set" svnmucc: error while loading shared libraries: ...
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Issues while using 4 monitors using with two Nvidia Quadro cards

Despite having 4 properly functional monitors using 2 Nvidia Quadro cards, I am still having some issues. I am also able to drag my window across all 4 monitors. Here's my xorg.conf: # ...
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How can one enable sharing for a mounted volume via command line? (2 Macs)

I am trying to remotely enable "sharing" on a volume connected to a remote host. So, in other words, from my local machine I'm trying to ssh into another machine where a volume is already mounted. ...
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initramfs cannot find folder/directory

I have just compiled a kernel for my armv7 (armhf) but for some reason it is not letting me specify the uuid as you can see below this is the line for the mount (the uuid below is not the real one, ...
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What command should I use to move these particular elements?

Here is my initial situation: In a folder named for example Father, are stored some files in the following way: Father contains 24 children folders (let's call them Child1, Child2, ...), and each one ...
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Interrupt systemd mount unit during boot

I've Btrfs RAID1 mounted during boot with this line in fstab: /dev/disk/by-label/storage /mnt/storage btrfs noatime 0 0 Few days ago I was checking data on some old disks, and to connect them I ...
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Rename files in directory according to name of directory

I am trying to rename a bunch of files according to the names of their directory in Linux, SSH. I have a directory called XYZ01smith. In it are four files called smith_5*.I need to add prefix XYZ01 ...
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1answer
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Live Linux and FAT32

I'm looking for a Linux distribution that will run (uncompressed) on a FAT16/32/NTFS partition, preferably on an external USB drive. I've come across Slax and Porteus as well as a few others but they ...
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update the json file

I have a file, actually json file. How I can add a comma to the end of every but the last line ? For example: {"a":1, "b":1, "c":2} {"a":3, "b":3, "c":1} {"a":1, "b":2, "c":3} What I want: {"a":1, ...
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Could not find files when creating mono package with rpmbuild

I'm trying to create rpm package from official mono-4.0.3.20.tar.bz2 archive on Centos 6.5. I suspect the original spec file might be corrupted. When I try build with rpmbuild ...
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How can I show the size of all cache files in my home directory? [on hold]

I want to get the size of all cache files in the home directory.
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Empty mbsync slave when syncing

I'm syncing my Gmail mailboxes locally with mbsync. Currently, the Gmail and local mailboxes reflect eachother 1:1, however I'd rather not store deleted mail locally. After I have marked messages for ...
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Adding USB device to rules.d

I have trouble adding usb device to rules.d list, I want to be able to use it without root. Here is my USB device: Bus 001 Device 007: ID 1162:2200 Secugen Corp. And this is entry I made in ...
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Meaning of address netmask without route to subnet?

My understanding is that the netmask of the interface tells what subnet the interface belongs to. Meaning of this information is that the routing system knows that packets to this subnet should be ...
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Kerning problem when using a variable width font in Debian terminal

In my Debian Linux terminal some fonts looks like this. But any text editor (i.e leafpad) shows this font correctly. What is the problem?
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Smokeping list only systems down

I'm using smokeping to monitor our 400+-systems. Everything works and functions as it should. Only i want to make a view or a filter that only shows the lines that are down, or that match a certain ...
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Select and sort IP address keeping the whole line

So I need to sort the IP Addresses and then sort my line by them. I can sort IP addres in a file by using : sort -n -t . -k1,1 -k2,2 -k 3,3 -k4,4 If my file looks like : add method1 a.b.c.d ...
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cannot boot into slitaz linux

I have just installed "slitaz.4.0-base" linux using the guidelines stated at http://doc.slitaz.org/en:handbook:installation#manual-by-hand-installation But the OS isn't booting. The grub loader is ...
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Emulate Bluetooth LE Adapter for Acceptance Testing

I'm developing an Android app that captures Bluetooth LE signals and I'm a big fan of test driven and behaviour driven development. So, I want to develop my app by using TDD and BDD. When it comes to ...
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How can I encrypt a large file with OpenSSL using RSA keys?

How can I encrypt a large file with a public key so that no one other than who has the private key be able to decrypt it? I don't want to use GPG!
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Xinerama used not on all screens

is it possible to use Xinerama only for selected subset of screens? I have a computer with three graphical outputs on Intel HD graphics. I have one GPU so I can run one XServer with three screens ...
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Too many “ESTABLISHED” connection

I have a setup where my client talks to the server via CORBA connection. Both client and server runs on different machines. When I start my client a connection is "ESTABLISHED" with the server. Once ...
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Gnome - input source not working

I have Elementary OS and there is problem if custom keyboard layout should be added, because currently the switchboard-plug-keyboard uses hardcoded layouts from data/layouts.txt and does not scan ...
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1answer
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Configure internet connectivity in Centos 6.4 through wired LAN

I have a broadband internet connection through Hi-5 service provider in windows 8.1. In windows I connect to the internet after creating a connection and entering user name and password through the ...
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1answer
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Not all Vim Text Transparent

I am using the following commands after setting the color scheme to make my vim transparent: highlight Normal ctermbg=none highlight NonText ctermbg=none highlight SpecialKey ctermbg=none However, ...
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1answer
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How to pass an argument to a java process from within a shell script

This may be a duplicate but the initial questions I have found did not resolve the issue. We have a script which calls a java process with arguments, one of the arguments has spaces in it. When ...
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Different behaviour of eval “ command \”$@\“ ”, “$@”, and “$(echo $@)” when used as arguments [duplicate]

I would like to pass multiple arguments to the Tor browser (firefox) programatically through a function arbitrarily entitled tor. This is so as to command tor search terms and voila! My search terms. ...
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How can i replace a specific string within a line inside a text file [duplicate]

$ cat text.txt my name is Steven my age is 10 i like dogs What command will be fitting so that echo "Kate" will replace Steven on text.txt?
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How to semi-automate authoring dvds?

I have a few hundred video files I want to make video dvds out of. I want a dvd menu with selection for each file. They are in a few different formats and will need to be transcoded. What I tried ...
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adding column in CSV file using awk

I need to a add a column in CSV file from an array using awk. For example, input.csv a,10 b,11 array = (100 200) output.csv should look like a,10,100 b,11,200 I tried this command but it does ...
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Syncing folders where multiple files are partially changed

I have following directory structure on remote machine ALLLibs/LibA/LibA.1 ALLLibs/LibA/LibA.2 ALLLibs/LibB/LibB.1 ALLLibs/LibB/LibB.4 for info LibA.1 and LibA.2 are version of a directory, ...
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1answer
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how to locate vim which installed by brew?

I have installed a vim using brew, and it was installed to a very different place, and now I want to locate that vim, in a shell script, is there a good approach for this?
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How to compile Edimax WW-7822UAC modules

I have a Edimax EW-7822UAC wireless USB adapter. Everytime I download the driver on the Edimax website, and follow the steps I am presented with the following errors: make ARCH=x86_64 CROSS_COMPILE= ...
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Configure Bind to use specific server as starting point for recursive query?

I'm attempting to setup a Bind DNS server which (for security purposes) is highly limiting. Essentially I only want to allow DNS queries to be made to a particular set of DNS servers which do not ...
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root filesystem on nvme device

I have an Intel 750 nvme drive. Works fine. Well.. sort of. I would like to use this device as my root file system. I have no bios support for nvme devices. I have the nvme driver enabled in the ...
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Boot process stops until PS/2 key presses?

I'm working on an embedded product based on Gentoo linux 3.6.6 running on a Mini-ITX motherboard. We're looking at switching motherboards (to an Advantech EIMB-214), and to test that I'm trying to ...
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Chrome OS simultaneous users

My teacher at school has a Chromebox hooked up to two monitors, two keyboards, and two mice. She wants the one box to let two users be able to run stuff at the same time. Is there any way I can do ...

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