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It is also possible to setup a Proxy DHCP service for PXE. Thus, the existing DHCP server does not need to be changed. A normal Linux system (e.g. a workstation) can then be used to host the preboot execution environment (PXE). Following steps are necessary to setup a PXE for net-booting a Fedora network install image (assuming also a Fedora host): Verify ...


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There are generally two options for blocking traffic when it comes to iptables/firewalld security: DROP the packet or REJECT it. REJECT results in an icmp-host-prohibited ICMP packet being sent back to the client informing them that the end host refused the connection. This is usually described as "Connection Refused" by your application. DROP results in ...


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As the man page states, it's game over. Removing the last passphrase makes the LUKS container permanently inaccessible. That is, if you really removed the last key. Does cryptsetup luksDump show DISABLED for all key slots? Normally cryptsetup prevents you from doing that, or at least asks for confirmation: # cryptsetup luksRemoveKey foobar Enter ...


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I had the same problem (for at least a year now), and the following seemed to work: Taken from: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=164868 Use pavucontrol to change the port to your desired one. Then find the internal name of the port with this command: $ pacmd list | grep "active port" active port: <hdmi-output-0> active port: ...


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One option which I use is using my Router to connect to my VPN. This can be accomplished on any dd-wrt, open-wrt, or *BSD router. Depending on your current router you can Google whether your router can be flashed or if it already has the needed capability built in. This is all I can tell with your current set up as described above. I have never had to do ...


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Fedora Server doesn't come with the packages for a graphical environment installed. It's meant to be managed remotely. If you want to add one, you can, but you'll need to do that in addition to changing the default target. Try sudo yum groupinstall basic-desktop-environment or sudo yum groupinstall xfce-desktop-environment Alternately, if really what ...


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No, the default terminal application, gnome-terminal, does not have this feature. However, Fedora provides many other terminal applications, including the ones you mention. These are generally configurable to some degree, so you may get them to a "theme" you like. Alternately, you could try the drop down terminal gnome shell extension, which, as the name ...


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You need to install lzma-devel using yum (Fedora, RHEL, CentOS...), or liblzma-dev using apt-get or aptitude (Debian, Ubuntu...); it contains LibLZMA which the CMake configuration is looking for.


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From everything I've read, it seems to come down to having initramfs "embedded into the kernel and loaded at an early stage of the boot process."1 For Mint you will have to configure /etc/crypttab, then make use of update-initramfs.2 From what I understand, this should serve as a guide to creating the initramfs image after installing Mint, which you ...


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It doesn't really answer your question "how", but should give you a bit of insight - and it's too long for a comment. First of all, you can't boot of an encrypted partition. Simply because a the boot chain does understand encryption only fairly late in the process: hardware loads firmware - typically BIOS of UEFI (on x86 platform). The hardware as such is ...


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The highlighting (and colorization) indicates that the 2nd kernel-core package is "newer" than the first and will replace on upgrade.


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You don't mention unmounting before ejecting the card. If that isn't an omission when writing the question, there's your problem. Writing to any kind of disk is buffered: the operating system accumulates data to write in memory, then writes it to the disk when it judges it to be convenient. The data isn't necessarily written to the disk in the same order ...


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From the cryptsetup manual: Removing the last passphrase makes the LUKS container permanently inaccessible. That's an inherent property of the design of LUKS. Each key slot contains the actual encryption key, wrapped by a key derived from the passphrase. If there is no slot left containing a wrapped key, then there is no copy of the key anymore. I'm ...



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