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To change the NDP DAD timing, use sysctl. The sysctl-key to look at is net.ipv6.neigh.<if>.retrans_time_ms.


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Is is as simple as comparing /proc/filesystems with lsmod? No: $ comm -31 <(lsmod | awk 'NR!=1 {print $1}' |sort) \ <(</proc/filesystems awk '{print $NF}' |sort) | fmt anon_inodefs autofs bdev cgroup cpuset debugfs devpts devtmpfs ext2 ext3 fuseblk fusectl hugetlbfs mqueue nfs4 pipefs proc pstore ramfs rootfs rpc_pipefs securityfs ...


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lsusb itself can get you good results. For compact output I use lsusb -t, where -t shows the devices as a tree; this format reports the driver as well. Example output: $ lsusb -t /: Bus 04.Port 1: Dev 1, Class=root_hub, Driver=xhci_hcd/2p, 5000M /: Bus 03.Port 1: Dev 1, Class=root_hub, Driver=xhci_hcd/2p, 480M /: Bus 02.Port 1: Dev 1, Class=root_hub, ...


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It may be that the module you need is not included in the default kernel modules - you can likely solve this by installing the kmod-staging package. First you would need to download the RPM of kmod-staging from here or somewhere else (e.g. here) - you will likely need to download dependencies such as staging-kmod-common . These packages need to match the ...


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I think this is will be more trouble than it is worth for most people, but I'll outline some steps. Note I did not try this myself so there could be unforeseen complications (but I'm fairly certain it should work, if done properly). I have not gone into detail about accessing .rpm contents, building a kernel/initramfs, configuring grub, or creating a DVD ...


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Try this from the Ask Ubuntu section: http://askubuntu.com/questions/318583/how-can-i-solve-fixed-channel-1-mon0-is-on-channel-1-issue-when-using-airo The lastest dev version has the --ignore-negative-one option. Obtain the lastest dev version from subversion: Install Subversion: On Debian/Ubuntu: sudo apt-get install subversion Then, obtain it via svn. ...


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The module names may contain both - and _ . Both symbols can be interchanged while using with modprobe or lsmod and also in the conf files in /etc/modprobe.d/ . So that means you can use any of usb_storage or usb-storage for blacklisting.


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actually, I just realized that when using a usb3 cable and connecting to a usb2 port on the laptop, the device is found and all the partitions are automatically mounted. The problem I had earlier could be from the usb2 cable which could carry only less power than a usb3 device required. /dev/sdb5 on /media/r/3c45f792-1630-4866-8a33-1534c115f285 type ext4 ...


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for f in *.csv; do IFS= read -r line < "$f" && case $line in (*HEADER*) continue; esac printf >&2 'ERROR: Missing HEADER record for "%s"\n' "$f" mv -- "$f" "${f%.*}.head" done


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Try: for _file in *.csv do if ! grep -q 'HEADER' <(head -n 1 -- "$_file") then echo >&2 "ERROR: Missing HEADER record for $_file" # mv -- "$_file" "${_file%.*}.head" echo "$_file" "${_file%.*}.head" fi done Using echo line to verify if it works right, if everything ok, try mv line.



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