Hot answers tagged opensuse
It is safe to delete unused kernels. But I would suggest to keep at least one kernel in case you have troubles with the newly installed kernel.
I'm just quoting the openSUSE wiki here: The Factory project is the rolling development codebase for openSUSE Tumbleweed. There is a constant flow of packages going into Factory. There is no freeze; therefore, the Factory repository is not guaranteed to be fully stable and is not intended to be used by humans. The core system packages ...
I have Asus P7P55D-E EVO board with 88SE9123 onboard controller and experienced erratic behaviour on the HDDs attached to this controller. Simple workaround is disabling the NCQ on the ports of 88SE9123 by adding something like following line on /etc/default/grub file. GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="libata.force=7.00:noncq,8.00:noncq" By adding this and executing ...
Isn't that to ease typing the service command for admin? Instead of typing something like /etc/init.d/svc reload, they just use rcsvc reload directly. At least some quick googling confirms that.
You should run: invoke-rc.d dbus restart as root.
A SafeNet USB UltraPro is not a USB thumb drive. It's a specialized hardware dongle that provides the correct response when interrogated by software that uses it. It's specifically designed to be uncloneable; if you could copy them, it would defeat their entire purpose. Your only solution is to stop losing them. Some ideas: Tie a string between it and ...
In second strace part that tells about x32 binaries is strange, but unlikely: faccessat(AT_FDCWD, "/libx32/ld-linux-x32.so.2", X_OK) = -1 ENOENT (No such file or directory) Maybe cluster's /lib64/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2 dislikes your pin_sim.so somehow. To further troubleshoot the issue, try running /lib64/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2 --list ...
Cause It seems the '-pie' parameter breaks Sniper compilation. I tried adding it to my home machine and it fails with the exact same error. Removing it from the cluster line and the linker succeeds. As the user siblynx mentioned, OpenSUSE (at least the one in the cluster) enforces executables to use PIE when being linked, while Linux Mint doesn't. ...
you could run into compability problems if config files change their format or if you have plugins included in your dotfiles (e.g. firefox). Just give it a try. I've used the same home directory on a dual boot system for Arch and openSuSe and went well with it. You should watch out for files like .xinitrc where typically a window manager is specified. So ...
Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible