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The way I got node working again was uninstall the failing node installation and installing it with nvm: https://github.com/creationix/nvm
You can do this from a DVD or ISO image. For the DVD usually there is a repository for the DVD. Check this by either YAST or Zypper looking at your Repos. Zypper lr To make a ISO file to use as a Repo saving time and having to have the DVD handy. mkdir ~/sources use dd for making a iso image you can mount Tutorial on making a iso dd if=/dev/sdx1 ...
Right now, your specified NTP Server works for me (Moldova and UK) $ ntpdate -qu 18.104.22.168 server 22.214.171.124, stratum 2, offset 0.003619, delay 0.22984 25 Sep 19:26:35 ntpdate: adjust time server 126.96.36.199 offset 0.003619 sec so it's not a problem with the server. At least, not obviously. Remember that the pool servers are all run ...
Actually, the source package has been installed successfully in /usr/src/package folder. But it is not marked as "installed" state from this document: HINT: Source packages can be copied from the installation medium to the hard disk and unpacked with YaST. They are not, however, marked as installed ([i]) in the package manager. This is because the ...
I decided to take the road of btrfs instead of zfs for my "NAS". I tested both before, and I have to admit that I found ZFS much better documented, I was really seduced by its command line interface, so for me ZFS was the "better" choice. But there was a show-stopper: if you have 3x 2TB HDD for ZFS in RAID-5 and you want to grow them to 4x TB HDD, that is ...
You can do a /etc/init.d/network restart this is usually reentrant and will only change what is updated. ifconfig is an interactive tool which only relies on what you provide as argument, those arguments are not saved somewhere.
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