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The first thing that sticks out in my mind is your sudo command. From my understanding of sudo, it by default takes in one program. When you make a pipe you're saying take the output of this program and put it in another. In other words, you've only ran sudo on xzcat. So you should do: xzcat ...


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The message for the rejection may be hitting your syslog, which you can see at /var/log/messages or by using journalctl depending on your version of OpenSuSE. A key point to make here is that the firewall can block both incoming and outgoing ports, which potentially include the ephemeral ports that you (as the FTP client) need to have opened for outgoing ...


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One possible cause is the firewall rejecting ICMP traffic. To test the hypothesis turn off the firewall in yast and try again.


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UEFI Secure boot mode needs to be turned off, otherwise it will stop grub loader from loading. Once the secure boot mode is turned off, the grub2 loader begins automatically.


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This is a case where only a closer look could provide a certain answer. So, this is a little bit of a troubleshooting: First thing, check yast -- kdesu /sbin/yast2 lan. Go to "global options", check if the "network setup method" is set to "NetworkManager service". Then go back to Overview, check if your NICs appear and if their configuration is correct. ...


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To solve this you should use the official Drivers from Nvidia and from the OpenSuSE's Nvidia repo. The easiest way is to go to this link and select the "GeForce 6 and GeForce 7". You are selecting GeForce 6 because of the output of lspci Installing multiple Nvidia drivers can cause issues (I know from personal experience) so if the YUP suggests removing ...


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FTP works on ports 20/21; however, this shouldn't be a problem for you as a client. If you are a server and a client can't get to you then you need to open those ports through yast. Run yast firewall as root and then go to allowed services, advanced, and then add in the ports. If you really want to you can use iptables, but the rules on OpenSuSE are a ...


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Hmm....let's take a look: zypper info libboost_regex1_53_0 Loading repository data... Reading installed packages... Information for package libboost_regex1_53_0: --------------------------------------------- Repository: openSUSE-13.1-Oss Name: libboost_regex1_53_0 Version: 1.53.0-4.1.2 Arch: x86_64 Vendor: openSUSE Installed: Yes Status: up-to-date ...


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Is the partition unallocated? Because from the picture in the beginning, where it says "Setting disk label of /dev/sdb to GPT" I think it's trying to give the hard disk an partition-table "GPT". I'll suggest that try allocating the partition. You could try the solution found from this link: OpenSuse Support Boot and run opensuse live. Open up the ...



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