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If you use virtualization, there may not be multicast support in virtualized network and virtual switches or it must be explicitly enabled. In the past I have encountered this problem when trying to use OSPF multicasts in KVM.


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From the openSUSE Package naming guidelines - Case Sensitivity: In openSUSE packaging, the maintainer should use his/her best judgement when considering how to name the package. While case sensitivity is not a mandatory requirement, case should only be used where necessary. Keep in mind to respect the wishes of the upstream maintainers. If they ...


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I made exactly the same mistake. The configuration file is grub.cfg, not grub.conf ! SUSE/OpenSUSE/RHEL/CentOS: grub2-mkconfig --output=/boot/grub2/grub.cfg Debian/Ubuntu grub2-mkconfig --output=/boot/grub/grub.cfg Location of grub.cfg? Different distributions use different locatation for grub.cfg. Ubuntu use /boot/grub/grub.cfg (doc), RHEL/CentOS 7 ...


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I'm thinking of an IOPS issue. That usually makes your computer sluggish and eventually freeze. To check it, start the copy process and monitor CPU wait time (wa) using top command: $top top - 13:24:59 up 6 days, 56 min, 8 users, load average: 0.86, 0.65, 0.63 Tasks: 247 total, 2 running, 245 sleeping, 0 stopped, 0 zombie %Cpu(s): 12.3 us, 2.2 sy, ...


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Without any more information than this I am going to guess you are trying to copy a 4.4 GB file to an external drive with the FAT filesystem. FAT can not handle files larger than 4 GB.


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From your output: arrakis:~ # ip route 127.0.0.0/8 dev lo scope link 192.168.0.0/24 dev enp5s0 proto kernel scope link src 192.168.0.21 arrakis:~ # You don't have a default route. So you can only reach things on 127.0.0.0/8 (localhost) or 192.168.0.0/24 (the local subnet). Add a default route and you should be good to go.


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What command are you using to set the default? You can set it through the systemctl command: systemctl set-default multi-user.target Or by linking the default.target: ln -s '/usr/lib/systemd/system/multi-user.target' '/etc/systemd/system/default.target'


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Why does the service refuse to start? What can I do to fix it? Because you're starting the wrong thing. Start the right thing. ☺ The giveaway here isStandardInput=socket in the service unit file. This indicates that the dæmon is expecting a socket as its standard input, and systemd is expected to supply it when spawning the dæmon. ...


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Apart from Dylan suggestions to start over, another, non-intrusive option is to move some material from the root partition to the partition for the home directories. You should only do that for non-boot-critical material, but there is a lot of that in / outside of /home. My first Unix even had separate partitions for /usr and /var. You can copy e.g. ...


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Ghost4Linux is what you are looking for!


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Actually dbus session are per machine and per X display. When you do a remote SSH session, you use a different X11 display (typically localhost:10) If you kill all dbus and launch it on the SSH session it works... for the SSH session. But obviously it breaksall other dbus sessions in the machine. What is needed is to check if a session for the ...


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It seems like you are not running network manager and using ifup / ifconfig instead. In yast under network settings go to "Global Options", in that tab there will be a way to swap between Traditional (ifup) and Network Manager, having selected network manager you will then be able to configure it as you desire.


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As you have already found your answer in the comments from @sendmoreinfo i'll expand on his answer and give you a possible alternative Your issue was that eclipse was running on a NTFS drive, NTFS doesn't understand executable bits so by default NTFS-3g mounts your partition as no exec. At this point I can give you a list of answers to the same question ...


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The users group is the only group really required, these days most desktop environments / window managers use polkit(policy kit) to control who can perform actions such as shutdown and mounting flash drives etc without root. Generally polkit is configured by default to allow local users (those not remoted in through ssh etc) to perform these actions. Some ...


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There are two issues here: openSUSE comes with openSSH pre-installed, so the ssh server does not need to be installed https://nl.opensuse.org/OpenSSH The packages for openSSH apparently have different names in openSUSE than they do in Ubuntu and Fedora (and maybe others?). In Ubuntu (using apt-get) and Fedora (using yum), "openssh-server" is a valid ...


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With export LC_ALL=C I actually got rid of the warning. This is more of a workaround (as LC_ALL is also strongly discouraged), but my guess is the reason for this behaviour lies in assumptions nix makes about locales on the system which don't apply on openSUSE.



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