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One efi partition of at least 1MB size with grub efi installed, which points to /boot/grub of the debian or openSUSE partition.


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You need libcap-progs sudo zypper install libcap-progs


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Two ways; first, some cron daemons allow environment variables to be set: PATH=blahdeblah * * * * * jobdejob Second, use the env(1) utility, which then runs the actual job: * * * * * env PATH=blahdeblah jobdejob Three! Use fully qualified paths in the cron jobs. No, no, four ways, as Jeff says, set the path in the script: #!/bin/sh PATH=blahdeblah ... ...


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I would not recommend disabling the root account by blanking the root password. This will create implication for the user when working in GUI. E.g. YaST requires specifically the root password. As sudo is not a program and a built-in command, it cannot be invoked by GUI. You will then have to invoke YaST from CLI using sudo to be able to make any changes. ...


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I found out how to solve this. It is just a stupid error. VirtualBox use the network utility ifconfig which is deprecated for many distributions. I had net-tools installed which will install ifconfig but it looks like not all sub commands are support with this. The solution is to install net-tools-deprecated. ...


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I use rsnapshot-1.4.1 and install it manually from the tar.gz source by doing ./configure make install By default it will install a template rsnapshot.conf.default file under /usr/local/etc/ and the rsnapshot perl script under /usr/local/bin/ you need to do 2 things regarding the configuration file: cp /usr/local/etc/rsnapshot.conf.default ...


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The likely problems: you do not own the actual home directory (or shell initialization files) you did not adjust the location of the home directory in /etc/passwd after moving it. Further reading: Command to change the default home directory of a user New user can't access their home usermod - modify a user account (the -d option specifies the ...


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From my research I believe I know the answer - this is impossible to achieve. Sudo is a command line only and cannot be invoked from GUI. This answer does not explain the nature of what's happening because honestly I don't understand the details, but I made peace with the fact that it's not achievable.


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I found the problem ! I don't know how and why but grub loads its config from the grub.cfg file that is on the exam partition ! It has never done that before with my previous installations. So as I can't boot on this partition out of an exam, I mounted it from Blinux and ran grub2-mkconfig -o to grub.cfg file that is on the exam partition. I now have both ...


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You need to add yourself to the wheel group: sudo usermod -a -G wheel $LOGNAME Then GUI would ask for your password, not the root's one.


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Your issue stems from running with -nomodeset option off. When arriving at the welcome screen enter f1 to get to the advanced welcome screen. After enter f6 to select -nomodeset. For more details and discussion see this


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You installed the package, but not its dependencies. That is something running python setup.py install will not do for you, you better try a package manager like pip in which case you don't have download pyxnat first: pip install pyxnat which will get you all dependencies specified for pyxnat, not just the requests packages. Alternatively you can do: pip ...



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