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Try this for virtual users to enable write access: virtual_use_local_privs=YES


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NOTE: I'm aware that this answer applies to the Virtual Mode of RealVNC rather than the Service Mode (vncserver-x11-serviced), but I think the Virtual Mode is generally more useful anyway, and it's the only one whose resolution can be changed dynamically. It's probably a pretty similar technique to change resolution for RealVNC when it's running in Service ...


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When I changed the line auto wlan0 to allow-hotplug wlan0 in my /etc/network/interfaces file, it just worked. The answers to this question helped me.


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ty for the answers. For update the buildroot do i have to type the command "git pull"? For example, in .config the version of the Kernel is set like: BR2_DEFAULT_KERNEL_VERSION="3.10.27" BR2_LINUX_KERNEL_CUSTOM_REPO_URL="git://github.com/raspberrypi/linux.git" BR2_LINUX_KERNEL_CUSTOM_REPO_VERSION="943b563ec9961b53b77a0e7b6c07289826c082a5" ...


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Yes, you can update your Buildroot and keep your .config. Buildroot has a mechanism for handling legacy configurations, which will warn you if certain options have disappeared or been renamed. You can also keep your packages, even though some changes might be needed as the package infrastructure evolves from time to time. However, we generally try to also ...


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I just ran into this same issue. Adding the following lines to ~/.hgrc resolved the issue for me: [extensions] hgext.hgk = Then hgk was available using the hg view command.


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The first value is the start, the second value the interval in which the function is executed. The one seconds difference, just makes sure not all 3 watch_directory "invocations" are distributed over time. Instead of seconds (as in your example), that can also be time values (HH:MM:SS). The following is scheduled for 1AM every 24 hours: schedule = ...


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Check your .config for CONFIG_RTC_DRV_CMOS=y, CONFIG_RTC_INTF_DEV=y (create the /dev/rtcN device) and CONFIG_RTC_CLASS=y (which the other two depend on). In menuconfig, these are under Device Drivers -> Real Time Clock. I do not a discrepancy in the default x86* configs, both of which set CONFIG_RTC_CLASS. When making a defconfig on x86_64 with v3.12 ...


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Use editres You cannot save what you configured through XTerm's own menu. BUT, XTerm is a well behaved X application and as such it supports the editres protocol. So what you should do is: Launch XTerm Launch editres Use the 'Get Tree' command of editres to get the Xt widgets tree of the XTerm (you simply click on the XTerm) Select the 'vt100' widget and ...


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I don't know about yum, but you can ask whether a package is installed using rpm -q my_package .... It will exit with failure status if any of the packages are missing. $ rpm -q abasdfasfeafseasfeasef bash coreutils utils-linux package abasdfasfeafseasfeasef is not installed bash-4.1.2-9.el6_2.x86_64 coreutils-8.4-19.el6.x86_64 package utils-linux is not ...


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After you configure the ip address run the following commands 1.service NetworkManager stop 2.chkconfig NetworkManager off it will retain the provided ip even after booting.



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