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First of all, it's not "Open Build Studio", it's "Open Build Service". OBS is a system to go from source-and-packaging-metadata for any distribution to repositories with prebuilt packages for (various versions of) those distributions. It allows packagers to upload the source, and be certain that the uploaded source gets compiled in a clean and somewhat ...


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I believe that btrfs is now the preferred filesystem if you want to allocate your whole disc (or most of it) to a filesystem. It is often (always) chosen now for root. Yes, snapshots are a big part of that. The booting system can now actually boot from a previous snapshots, and snapshots are taken automatically. It's saved me once. The xfs filesystem is ...


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Your database contents, customized scripts, and configurations should be your top priority. A full system backup is always a good idea to make sure you're not forgetting any important stuff, or to do a quick recovery.


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Your HP C4738A drive is a DDS-5 tape drive, so you do have a tape drive in your server. You might get more details on the cause of the error you're getting from mt by looking at the output of dmesg. The HP Linux Tape Tools will probably come in handy...


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You may want to consider two other hardware elements which can lead to overheating. The first is bad hardware, such as hard drive or RAM which might be working inefficiently or have damage such that the devices are working harder than they should. You might want to run some hardware scans against them to make sure they are not working very hard to compensate ...


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Sound in Linux is done via alsa (or pulse audio); however, by default OpenSuSE uses alsa. Luckily, you can set your defaults as a regular user through alsamixer. Simply run that, select which channel you want as the master, and exit. You should be able to hear sound through your default channel (you may need to restart alsa with systemctl restart ...


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The file you need to make or edit is called ifcfg <interface>, where <interface> could be e.g. eth0 or eth1. On Freebsd and Debian I used :ifconfig <interface> <ip address> <netmask> and it worked please try it.


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Just as I thought, this is possible using ifconfig. On the host being configured, type: ifconfig eth0 192.168.146.97 netmask 255.255.255.224



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