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Checking from an Ubuntu 14.10 ISO I had here, there is a md5sums.txt file in the root directory of the CD. The file has the MD5 sum of the files. cde56251d6cae5214227d887dee3bab7 ./pics/red-upperleft.png 0730e775a72519aaa450a3774fca5f55 ./pics/red-lowerleft.png cd8aa5e7fa11b1362ef1869ac6b1aa56 ./pics/blue-lowerleft.png 92091902d3ca753bb858d4682b3fc26b ...


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The grsecurity-Debian-Installer script that dtbnguyen found could be worth a try. That said, however, i think this is still a very valid question, because the idea of a package coming from Debian itself should be that if simplifies your life somehow/somewhat, thus avoiding at least part of the hasle of patching a vanilla kernel yourself. In this case, ...


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In debian jessie and in debian sid sudo apt-get install php5 php5-readline works perfectly.


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You used a netmask of 255.255.255.255 (also known as /32), which may mean that this address isn't part of a local network with your default gateway. Try extending the netmask in order to include the gateway address in the local network.


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You said you disabled the mdadm service, but that service runs the monitoring deamon; there's a separate mdadm-raid service that starts all md arrays in userland based on the configuration file. And, you can also run dpkg-reconfigure mdadm to disable auto-starting arrays.


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Firstly, a clarification is in order: init.d is the directory that stores services control scripts, which control the starting and stopping of services such as httpd or cron rc.local is a service that allows running of arbitrary scripts as part of the system startup process In terms of whether its better to use rc.local or cron to run your script, I ...


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You need to add the following two lines to /etc/network/interfaces: allow-hotplug eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp Then, as root, run ifup eth0 You can probably fix your X.org problem by installing lightdm; that will start a desktop manager when the system boots.


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I think you want some variant of vnc. It runs an X server on Linux machines and the result can be displayed remotely. If you don't want to see the screen anywhere use the older answers about headless X servers.


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the argument supplied to -t is a file in /usr/share/lxc/templates. Looking at the lxc-debian template, the routine that does the downloading is called download_debian(), and the work is performed by debootstrap: debootstrap --verbose --variant=minbase --arch=$arch \ --include=$packages \ "$release" "$cache/partial-$release-$arch" $MIRROR ...


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Just recently I came over the issue with my Company's apt repository. The problem was that if we use standard http transport anybody else can get package easily. As Company is packaging its own proprietary software and does not want to share it with everybody, http transport becomes a problem. Not a tragedy but a problem. There is couple of ways how to ...


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You must be careful where you get your Yubikeys from, as some 2nd hand ones come from Google's test team. These will not work with the current version of NEO manager or the Personalization tool. 0x02xx devices are test devices. If you kindly ask yubikey support for help, and give the device ID, and how you came to acquire said device (probably eBay) from ...


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Ok so my whole installation was a mess. postconf was still configured to write mail to /var/mail/USERNAME . Dovecot "sent" and "draft" mails were saved to /home/USERNAME/mail/ using mbox so I reconfigured all that and decided to use mailDir To do so, I reconfigured postfix by doing postconf -e "home_mailbox = Maildir/" postconf -e "mailbox_command =" and ...


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So I dont understand what is the cause but when installing jessie instead of wheezy it works. I have read somewhere that hardware accelleration is not supported for wheezy on a 2955u processor which may have somethng to do with it?


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Add the fsck.mode=force Kernel parameter on your bootloader. Append this option to the GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT= variable inside /etc/default/grub. As root, generate a new grub configuration file: [root@host]# grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg This parameter have the same effect as creating the forcefsck file inside the root of the mount point.


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ALSA upgrades do crazy things sometimes. Try this, in sequence: stop alsasound remove ALSA state files: rm /var/lib/alsa/* restart your computer (ALSA doesn't really stop) You'll have to tweak your audio settings once your computer has restarted. I for one always did that with alsamixer.


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I am editing my answer: The command is: sudo tune2fs -c 1 /dev/sdX according to manpages -c argument for tune2fs counts number of instances of mounts for a partition. Hence, 1 forces to check the fs after every mounting instance. (http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man8/tune2fs.8.html)


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You could use "/etc/ppp/ip-up" to add programs that run once the interface is up. I have work with it several times and it works. You could also use "/etc/ppp/ip-down" in case you need to run programs once the connection is over.


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Because you've got those iptables log entries, and they haven't matched your RELATED,ESTABLISHED rules, the connection tracker is reporting seeing them as the start of new sessions unrelated to anything earlier. Typically (but not always) this can happen when the session has spent longer idle than the connection tracker timeout. Other NAT devices between ...


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sudo apt-get remove libreoffice orage brasero exfalso quodlibet gimp imagemagick ristretto xsane orage is an xfce4 dependency in at least Ubuntu, therefore removing orage will also remove xfce. To avoid this, verify the packages that will be removed are the ones you intended when using apt-get remove.


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Okay, finally I resolved my issue... I have (obviously I've forgotten this...) an active forwarding @googlemail.com address to my current active @gmail.com address. Google is blocking those E-Mails from my server (which are sent to the @googlemail.com account) and marks them as spam. Therefore I don't see any incoming E-Mails in my active inbox @gmail ...


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2) You can find out which packages are installed from this particular repository with aptitude (source). aptitude search '~S ~i (!~Atesting ~Aunstable ~O"Unofficial Multimedia")'


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A long, long time ago: This document details the changes between this version, bash-2.05a-rc1, and the previous version, bash-2.05a-beta1. Changes to Bash … w. Bash no longer auto-exports HOME, PATH, SHELL, or TERM, even though it gives them default values if they don't appear in the initial environment. I don't know what ...


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Debian binary packages don't include source code, except in a few cases where source code is useful for building other packages (e.g. liblzo2-dev for minilzo.c, or binutils-source, gcc-4.9-source etc. for building toolchains), or where many users expect to be able to install the source easily (the kernel source for example). The source is shipped in a source ...


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I see that package in Debian testing, unstable, experimental and wheezy-backports. So I guess you are using Debian stable, alias "Wheezy". (check the output of apt-cache policy to be sure, or post it here.) If that is the case, you should simply add Wheezy-backports to your sources: add a line deb http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian/ wheezy-backports main ...


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It is possible that the deviced is blocked by rfkill. If so, this is not a hardware problem. To check out, run the rfkill(1) utility programme rfkill list. If a mobile broadband modem is listed and shown as "blocked", then unblock it with the same programme. See manuals. rfkill is a subsystem to activate and deactivate radio transceivers. When a device is ...


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The first 3856080 bytes of this file is a kernel image. After that, there is a filesystem image. The filesystem is at offset 3932160 (3856080 rounded up to the next multiple of 128kB); I found it by inspection, I don't know where the information is stored in the image (it may be related to the erase size on the intended device). The filesystem is JFFS2, ...


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Some of the answers so far are more cumbersome than the methods mentioned by OP, which he considers too cumbersome; others don't quite do what OP is asking for, which is a complete shutdown. (I may be mistaken, but if the openbox session is simply killed, won't the user simply be dropped to the DM? Doesn't sound like that's what the OP wants.) Wheezy ...


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There seems to be a custom installer created for Debian by someone else which will do everything for you automatically? https://github.com/rickard2/grsecurity-Debian-Installer Else isn't it just a case of doing things the old way? Namely, patching things from source? You seem to be asking for instructions on how to patch your kernel for which there are ...


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I had experienced the same problems some days ago. There was this commit http://git.kernel.org/cgit/linux/kernel/git/iwlwifi/linux-firmware.git/ updating intel 7260 firmware.


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An easy way would be to use Iso master. Hi sorry iso master is a gui to Read, write and modify ISO images is easily found via apt-get install isomaster. if its command line your after i would mount as a loop as suggested above


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Install the fake-hwclock program: # apt-get install fake-hwclock fake-hwclock: Save/restore system clock on machines without working RTC hardware Some machines don't have a working realtime clock (RTC) unit, or no driver for the hardware that does exist. fake-hwclock is a simple set of scripts to save the kernel's current clock periodically (including ...


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With Debian You can do: dpkg-reconfigure -plow locales With Ubuntu The Debian solution doesn't work with Ubuntu, probably because the locales package comes from the langpack-locales source instead of glibc or eglibc. But you can choose which language-pack-* package to install. For finer configuration, you might want to modify files under the ...


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Synchronizing state for apache2.service with sysvinit using update-rc.d... And there's your answer, right there. systemd doesn't have service units for these dæmons. But there are System 5 rc scripts in /etc/init.d/ for them. So it is processing those scripts, indirectly via update-rc.d which is reading their LSB headers, to enable/disable the ...


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You could switch to Gentoo and use the bindist use flag globally. This will download binary files when available to avoid compiling everything. Then you could remove the flag for individual packages that you would like optimized.


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I've found the answer in the form of preseeding the netinstall. d-i apt-setup/local0/repository string http://repo.url/ dist main d-i apt-setup/local0/source boolean true d-i apt-setup/local0/key string http://key.url/ The above three preseed commands will respectively perform the following tasks: add the repository to sources.list automatically, include ...


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I had this same issue, for the same reason (Debian upgrades). I'm using xfce4 for my desktop environment, with xfce4-volumed to control Alsa via PulseAudio. The solution was to create the following keyboard shortcut: XF86AudioMute = amixer set Master toggle There are more "comprehensive" (read: heavyweight) solutions in this guide for Manjaro (an Arch ...


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By deleting a whole database directory, you have made your system inconsistent: most probably, you still have references to that database in "ibdata*" and "ib_logfile*" (assuming there are InnoDB tables in that database). The error message "log sequence number is in the future" is another sign of similar inconsistencies. You might try to start your MySQL ...


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see comparison of text editors , do an intersection between "right-to-left and bidirectional text" and "text shell integration" . :set lefttoright for vim . see documentation and this question . -- emacs generally can autodetect language and do the corresponding layout , on a per paragraph basis . see documentation .


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This worked for me on Ubuntu sudo apt-get install language-pack-en-base sudo apt-get install language-pack-ar-base sudo locale-gen en sudo locale-gen ar Then edit (i used vim) /etc/default/locale or /etc/environment to contain just the following LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 LANG=en_US.UTF-8 Finally sudo dpkg-reconfigure locales These steps will give you ...


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The Debian installer normally creates the root account plus one normal user account during installation. It sets up the one normal user account with sudo access. That way you're supposed to be able to gain root access to your own system after installation. If you cannot, then I can only guess that either: you are not using the same user account that was ...


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I know this question is already two years old but recently I stumbled over the same problem on a machine running 'wheezy'. After searching for a solution on various sites, it seemed to be a problem caused by the network-manager, which didn't bring up the network-interface fast enough to allow mumble opening its socket. Therefore i removed the ...


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this might work.. It did work for me: # apt-get update # apt-get install xorg and then try startx


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Found the mistake. You need to add a line above the interface-start-line and add a vlan-raw-device: auto eth0:1 iface eth0:1 inet static address 10.10.10.20 netmask 255.255.255.0 broadcast 10.10.10.255 vlan-raw-device eth0 With this, it works fine ;)


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This might be in interest of yours. At first get the driver: sudo apt-get install linux-headers-generic build-essential dkms broadcom-sta-modules 1st package isn't essencial. download this package Install it: sudo dpkg -i wireless-bcm43142-dkms_6.20.55.19-1_amd64.deb And run: sudo modprobe wl


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Here is how I recently did it, and I am quite happy with this approach now. This is for Ubuntu 12.04 + Gentoo, but I guess any distro, which allows to install udev and autofs should work. Prerequisites: You have to have installed udev + autofs. Step 1) Create the following "/etc/udev/rules.d/90-usbsd-auto.rules" file (of course you might use any name as ...


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or you do in android terminal: ...$ su ...# setenforce 0


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I know this is very old issue, but many people are looking for that resolve. For this example you have typical situation. On the beginning is single partition, and on the end swap partition is located. it isn't good because swap can be havely loaded, and end of rotated disk is the slowest part of it. what I suggest? 1. Create boot partition at the begin. ...


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The removal wants to start dovecot for some reason, and that fails due to a configuration error (user postfix is referenced but apparently that user doesn't exist). If dovecot is not running and you simply want to remove it, then I suggest in this case to add a line to /etc/init.d/dovecot, just below the first #! /bin/sh line: exit 0 That way the script ...


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I had to look long and hard and finally understood what was happening. This is an old system so when no devices are there it gives :- $ lsusb Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 005 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 003 Device 001: ID ...


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A part from creating a new LSB script and add is as a start up service which is a more standard approach. You can also add any minor scripting (like - generate a report, cleanup tasks) to /etc/init.d/rc.local. However make sure rc.local is present and enabled to your run level (usually 3 on debian) - find /etc/rc*.d | grep rc.local



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