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Moving pacman from root to /home partition

Back before I knew what I was doing, I installed my Arch system with a 10 GB root and an 85 GB /home partition. Now my 10 GB root (where my pacman installs to) is full and I'm unable to get gparted ...
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Tips on switching to Linux?

I plan to switch to Linux as my sole OS in a few weeks/months, and I'm not sure what I'd like to do. I've used CentOS Server, but only in CLI mode, and Ubuntu Desktop. I liked Ubuntu, but Unity was ...
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Different fakechroot behavior on Fedora and Ubuntu

Consider the following directory tree (mychroot): mychroot/ ├── proc │   └── cpuinfo └── usr └── bin └── ls On Fedora 20: $ fakechroot chroot ./mychroot/ /usr/bin/ls proc cpuinfo ...
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Large ext4 partition ridiculously slow when writing

We have four identical Linux servers with a large (5T) hard disk partition. We have Scientific Linux with this kernel: Linux s3.law.di.unimi.it 2.6.32-358.18.1.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Tue Aug 27 14:23:09 ...
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Can't fix Arch, help please

I've been trying to get Arch Linux installed on a 22GB partition on my HDD (Attempting to dual boot from Win8-Arch). I can boot into it, which takes me to grub4dos. I'm able to set my Kernel and ...
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Shrew Soft VPN Client 2.2.1 + how to configure user.c file for checkpoint VPN

I download the latest VPN client - ike-2.2.1-release from: https://www.shrew.net/download/ike. I need to install this VPN on my Linux Red Hat machine – version 6.3. I read that shrew VPN client ...
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Merge partitions

Due to some unfortunate partitioning I ended up with the following layout: /dev/sda1 (0-120MB) 128MB (boot) /dev/sda2 (128MB-500GB) 500GB (empty) /dev/sda3 (500GB-1TB) 500GB (zfs) ...
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How to stop tmux capturing key sequences?

My xterm is configured to produce this sequence: Ctrl ~Shift <Key>Tab: string(0x1b) string("[27;5;9~") \n\ Under tmux it almost always does not work (sometimes it passes through). What could ...
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Why doesn't colordiff work with stdin?

I have one file and one input coming from a pipe. They're identical. So why does colordiff report differences?: echo "123" | colordiff <(echo "123") - 1d0 < 123 It looks that this is ...
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How can I make my sed command work on OSX as well as Ubuntu

I like customizing my PS1 prompt and including the current directory. I also have several other items such as time, user, git branch and the like, i.e. However one problem is that when my current ...
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Debian tty to login/session screen

I messed up in my Debian conf and after booting I can only login into tty mode, there is no login/session screen. How I can get there? I tried to reconfigure gdm3 but it doesnt help.
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Vbox crashes while installing RHEL 6.5

I'm using Vbox 4.3.10 to run a RHEL 6.5 vm. Host is Win 8.1. All goes well during installation until the very last moment when I press REBOOT, then VBox crashes. I should mention that the first ...
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What does “make install” do in the Makefile that comes with the kernel?

I'm trying to identify what does make install do with the kernel and what does the actual "install" of the kernel once it's been compiled means. The problem is I can't really identify the target ...
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Placement of kernel binary and sources for kernel module building?

I'm trying to setup an environment for kernel module development in Linux. I've built the kernel in the home folder and would like to place the sources and binaries to the correct place so include ...
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How do I change the default action of F1 key in an ncurses program?

I am using fedora 20 and learning ncurses programming by studying example programs. I have reached one in NCURSES Programming HOWTO (listed below from my file "border.c", see note) that should exit on ...
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Background selection menu crashes in GNOME 3

I'm using Debian Jessie with GNOME 3. When I started using GNOME 3 I had no problem changing the background image, and I did it a few times. But one day the menu started crashing. When I open the ...
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Switch debian install from legacy to UEFI

I have Debian 7 installed on my laptop on the ssd and windows 8 on the hdd. Currently to boot Windows I go into the bios and change a boot setting from legacy to UEFI, which means to boot Debian I am ...
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How do I break up a file like split to stdout for piping to a command?

I have a large .sql file full of SELECT statements that contain data I want to insert into my SQL Server database. I'm looking for how I could basically take the file's contents, 100 lines at a time, ...
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How can I see when package has been upgraded?

Is there a way to see the upgrade history with date with some program e.g. apt? I want to know when exactly I upgraded security relevant packages the last time and the time before that... Thanks a ...
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Get TMux scroll buffer contents

With TMux, is there any way to programmatically retrieve scroll buffer content from above the current command line? I'm basically looking to write a bash script to iterate upwards until I find a ...
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Setting up HDMI output from Linux console

I am currently running Debian Wheezy on a HP Microserver N54L with an AMD Radeon 5450 video card. I would like to be able to play audio from the console through the HDMI port of my video card and ...
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How can I use an “alias” for the destination directory when copying?

I frequently edit startup files such as my .bashrc file Then I copy them to another direction such as ~/Dropnot/level1/setups/bash1 Is there any way I can cp such files to the above location with ...
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How can I print out all but the last n characters in bash?

I'm working with standard input (cating two files together) and want all but the last 10 characters of the result to be passed through the next command. All I can find through searching is using sed, ...
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Does TMUX have unit tests or a test suite?

I am going through my configuration shell scripts and I have found the make commands to run test suites for pretty much every "big" open source project that I use (vim, zsh...) except for tmux. I ...
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Printing an array to a file with each element of the array in a new line in bash

I am trying the contents of an array into a file with each element of the array in a new line in the file. IFS=$'\n' echo "${mtches[@]}" > sample1.txt The content of mtches is "qwe" and " ...
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iostat am I okay?

This is the result of iostat avg-cpu: %user %nice %system %iowait %steal %idle 13.65 0.00 9.98 3.86 2.22 70.29 Device: rrqm/s wrqm/s r/s w/s rkB/s ...
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How to install Solaris 11 on Sparc Enterprise T5240 from HyperTerminal

We received one Sparc T5240 Server and this is the first time experience with Sparc Servers. I never even saw them before. So i connected to Server using Cutecom app an alternative for Ubuntu to ...
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unable to load module: disagrees about version of symbol module_layout

Following this tutorial to write my first driver. The Makefile is: # Makefile – makefile of our first driver # if KERNELRELEASE is defined, we've been invoked from the # kernel build system and can ...
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Which Linux distro supports h264/avc, aac and mp3 out of the box?

That is, after installing (or live boot) I want to be able to access h264-aac videos and mp3 audio that I have saved, WITHOUT INTERNET connection, that is installing after OS-install from a repo on ...
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Can't start programs in Cygwin

I'm trying to start programs in Cygwin, which I want to run over ssh from my Fedora 20 laptop, I'm trying to run the programs from Cygwin not ssh and they don't run. The system is Windows 7 Ultimate ...
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Installation location of python modules?

How does one get python modules working on a local machine? I followed the doc here: https://docs.python.org/2/install/ to no avail. I tried putting a known working module in the following locations ...
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How do I `avconv` every m4a in a dir to mp3s?

So I'm trying to convert lots of m4as to mp3s, and I think the best way to do that is using avconv. The problem is, I can't seem to find any solid examples on how to use avconv. Looking at the man ...
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Connect a keyboard / IR controller to a command line program running in a screen

I'm trying to have my Raspberry Pi function as a GUIless music player. I've got Arch Linux installed, and use it through ssh. I've got also an IR receiver dongle, and I'm planning to use it to control ...
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install latest gcc on rhel 6 x86_64

I have an RHEL 6 server with gcc version 4.4.7. I wanted to update the gcc version (I think the current one is 4.8). Yum update doesn't work. Also, SO answers for a similar question on CentOS does not ...
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FreeBSD 10 does not boot after clean install

Latest FREEBSD 10 does not boot after clean installation. Installed using this image: FreeBSD-10.0-RELEASE-amd64-memstick.img Used Guided Partitioning, where I selected my only hard drive, chose ...
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Proper usage of EXIT & ERR traps in bash scripts

I'm working on a bash script and as I've been going I've learned about traps, signals, function return codes and other such features I've not previously used. I may be thinking about things ...
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unexpected squid behaviour (cache for openSUSE updates)

With no previous experience I have just set up a squid proxy. Its only purpose is to prevent that all the Linux systems (openSUSE) download their updates from the Internet. A proxy can easily be ...
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Host home.lan.home.lan not found: 4(NOTIMP) error in bind9 (DNS)

I have been following this guide to set up a DNS server using bind9 on Ubuntu 12.04, but after all the configuration, when I run host -l home.lan I get the following error: ; Transfer failed. Host ...
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Recent Installed Pipelight for Mint 16 — Two version of Flash Issue

I recently installed Pipelight in Linux Mint 16 Cinnamon and now I have two version of Flash. I only have Firefox 28 and no other browser. I followed the instruction from the FDS-Team ...
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Settings when using a bridge

I have a bridge set up between my physical Ethernet interface, eth0, and the virtual interface for OpenVPN, tap0. The bridge has an IP address, and the machine can be contacted on that IP address from ...
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1answer
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Ubuntu Update Manager fails

I have Ubuntu desktop installed. Every time Update Manager runs it fails: Failed to fetch http://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/g/gnutls26/libgnutls26_2.12.14-5ubuntu3.6_amd64.deb 404 Not ...
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How do I identify why my login hangs for 20 seconds at startup?

I've done something (I can't remember what) and now when I log in, just after entering my details, I see the background with my mouse cursor and nothing happening. Then, after about 20 seconds ...
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How can I change the terminal tmux info (lower right) called status-right to username or host?

I have 7 dashes (-------) on the lower right. Can I replace them with something like my name or my host name? This is not about the PS1 prompt. I already have time name host dir there. I use tmux. I ...
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In an empty environment, how are executables found?

For experimentation purposes I created a binary that prints the $PATH, and calls which as follows: #include <stdlib.h> #include <stdio.h> int main() { char *path = getenv("PATH"); ...
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Piping commands, modify stdin write to stdout

echo Hello World | nano - | less I want to modify Hello -> Goodbye while in the the text editor. It does not have to be with nano. I am stuck with nano reading stdin but requiring me to write to a ...
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My Atheros Ethernet network drive is not working with Xen Redhat client

First I am a beginner in use Linux operating system, and I am not familiar with the error messages I have TOSHIBA Satellite laptop Intel (R) Core (TM) i5-4200m CPU I have installed Red Hat Enterprise ...
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Caps lock doesn't take effect on all letters

I have a laptop running Debian Jessie with only the Linux console (X server not installed). On this laptop caps lock doesn't take effect on the special Danish characters æøå (I just get æøå instead of ...
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Cannot find win32-loader.ini on kali linux?

Setup said cannot find win32-loader.ini file in kali setup folder. What is the solution?
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Save motion output videos in USB Drive

I'm using a USB drive in my Raspberry to store my website. Now I want to also save my videos made with motion. I wasn't able also to save in a folder different from /tmp/motion so googling I found I ...
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Disable atd (and other unnecessary startup processes) in Ubuntu?

I just spun up a new 12.04 server and have been having a bit of trouble getting the atd daemon to stop auto-launching. There's been a bit of changing around on the management of startup processes, ...

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