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Change the following line in /etc/hosts 127.0.0.1 localhost to 127.0.0.1 localhost orion Your MTA was unable to resolve the domain name of your machine.


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Jodka Lemon's answer is correct: cron executes its job, and sends a result mail to "root@orion" (via "mail" or similar) the MTA cannot resolve host orion, since the hostname is not listed in /etc/hosts and not resolvable via dns. so the mailer writes the dead letter information You will find the destination address of crons mail output in the crontab ...


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You only disabled ChallengeResponseAuthentication. Lines starting with # are comments and won't interpreted as configuration, they are for humans to read. To disable all possibilities to login with a password you have to set PasswordAuthentication no AND ChallengeResponseAuthentication no There is a possible path over pam_unix to login with a ...


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Your question is stated in a rather chaotic way, but this is what I understand: You're talking about enabling your wireless network adapter using a command that requires root privileges (hence run using sudo). The command you're executing actually removes a module (see man modprobe under the -r option). It was probably suggested that you remove the ...


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sudo probably asks for a password and nohup disconnects the process from the controlling terminal. Use that instead: sudo sh -c 'nohup mysql -hlocalhost -P3306 -uxxxxxx -pxxxxxx < /var/lib/mysql/backups/dump.sql &'


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I managed to solve my problem with debootstrap, here is a quick run-down of the process I followed. unmount usb Partition the USB (4GB) Zap out GPT with gdisk, as my board didn't want to boot GPT. Created just one linux partition, nothing else. I had lots of problems getting a usb drive bootable on my embedded system. mkfs.ext4 /dev/sdb1 mount ...


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It's a bug in the twolame packages, tracked as #777223. There's a pending upload which should go into unstable on Sunday; you'll be able to fix your system then (or five days later in stretch). In the meantime, you can revert to the previous version of libasound2-plugins (amd64 and i386), then hold them until libtwolame0 is available; that should fix your ...


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As I'm sure you know, Ubuntu is based upon Debian (Ubuntu releases are rebased against Debian testing periodically) and a there is a lot of similarity between the two. That said, they do differ in sometimes quite significant ways. For example, for many years Ubuntu used upstart as its default init system whereas Debian stuck to sysvinit (both use systemd as ...


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This link has debian packages for all apt versions that were in a Debian release: ftp://archive.debian.org/debian/pool/main/a/apt/ First install libapt-pkg for the version you need and then install the apt package for your system using dpkg -i. In case of conflicts, look for apt packages in dpkg -l and uninstall it using dpkg -r. After this use the above ...


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From what I can see, the Marvel; 88se9230 is supported in newer kernels (since 2013 and kernel 3.2 at least). See this bug report and these messages to the linux-ide mailing list. Based on the above, it should be supported by most recent distributions.


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Seems you need to (cross) compile a new kernel.


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Argh and grumble. I should have paid better attention to the output of dmesg | grep ftdi. There was ftdi stuff in there, but I didn't recognize any of it. In particular one brltty was showing up. I should have googled it. At which point I would have discovered this is the "Braille Display" thing. So apparently, default out of the box sets up some braille ...


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Looks like there was a patch for this. See this site: Marvel Patch


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The GRUB banner is printed before configuration files are read, so the only way to get rid of them is patching the source or the binaries. There is prior art in this field, though, if you really mean it. Syslinux behaves the same in this respect. The boot loader banner is often used as a "progress bar": different parts of it are printed by different stages ...


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There is far too little context here to give a good answer, but for most reasonable contexts the answer is "probably yes". The operating system itself runs many things in parallell on that single core, after all, and you'd be pretty darn annoyed if you had to wait for some web page to finish loading before your mouse pointer would move.


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The main differences in distros are package managers. Really beyond that distros will be mostly the same. Maybe some differences in file locations, but that is not common. Ubuntu is Debian based. I personally can not think of a command that would be different between the two. But I'm sure there are some differences. As Terdon said, 99% of everything will ...


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SBCL is included in Debian too, and it's a really popular Common Lisp implementation.


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you are not adding rule for NEW , RELATED,ESTABLISHED . in previous version it may be it was allowing by default without adding or you have added. in this case you have to add rule . first delete all rule using : iptables -F iptables -X then add rule : iptables -A INPUT -m state --state RELATED,ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT iptables -A INPUT -m state --state NEW ...


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First, switch to root with sudo -i Then, nohup sh -c 'mysql -hlocalhost -P3306 -uxxxxxx -pxxxxxx < /var/lib/mysql/backups/dump.sql' &


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I 'may' have solved this by leaving out the &, and then running nohup . . ., then pressing ctrl-z, then exiting from putty. So far the MySQL connection appears to be still running


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case `cat /etc/debian_version` in 7*) VERSION=7;; *) VERSION=NONE;; esac This can be extended to recognize more versions, of course.


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Nowadays, it seems the FHS suggests you can freely create whatever subdirectory under /srv, e.g. /srv/archives/bitbucket. What I don't find really clear with the FHS definition is that backups aren't files "served by the system". Anyway, /srv is a free namespace.


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There's no -t option for bsd-mailx, it's a bug regarding that error message. You could pass recipient addresses as simple arguments to mailx. I suppose you are seeing delivery failure of a bounce mail: a mail to notify sender that develivery failure occured for a mail sent previously. Your first mail must have been sent by local exim as from me@example ...


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Asked here and solved: http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/33703/cant-turn-off-network#comment44003_33703 # service ifplugd stop && ifconfig eth0 down In cron i added through sudo crontab -e 0 23 * * * /usr/sbin/service ifplugd stop && /sbin/ifconfig eth0 down 0 8 * * * /usr/sbin/service ifplugd start && /sbin/ifconfig ...


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You can activate the network console of the Debian Installer via preseeding. The Installation Guide actually contains the following example: # Use the following settings if you wish to make use of the network-console # component for remote installation over SSH. This only makes sense if you # intend to perform the remainder of the installation manually. ...


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Check the Debian package tracker: https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/ucblogo. The maintainer has stopped his work on this package (orphaned in July 2015). There won't be no update unless someone takes over the maintenance. For now you should probably build it for yourself.


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How can I make sure this its safe to proceed? Why do you believe it isn't? I don't see anything unusual there at all. In other words, just hit enter and proceed. It may take a few minutes, but 114 MB worth of archives isn't that much.


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Do this first: apt-get-f install Now carry on with the apt-get update and upgrade. Honestly not much can go wrong.



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