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Depending on the terminal program you're using, you can specify the geometry and placement of the window. For example: xterm -geometry 96x24-0+0 The man pages will tell you more. The xterm program is unusual in that the geometry is in characters rather than pixels. -E


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Try: losetup /dev/loop0 sda1.img mount /dev/loop0 /mnt dding /dev/sda1 and using gparted against it does not make sense because you have a partition image and not a drive image. dding /dev/sda would be another thing. In that case you should use kpartx -av sda.img to create the loop devices for the partitions in the disk image and mount like mount ...


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Try holding down the Shift key just after POST


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To change the hostname on a SUSE system you need to change the following files: /etc/HOSTNAME /etc/hosts You may also have other configuration files where it's stored (e.g., postfix configuration files), so a grep -R for the old hostname in /etc is probably a good idea: grep -R <oldhostname> /etc where <oldhostname> is the old hostname).


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As stated in : https://en.opensuse.org/HCL:Raspberry_Pi2 As root extract the image onto your SD-Card (replace sdX with the device name of your SD-Card). WARNING: all previous data on the SD-Card will be lost. I had the same problem sudo simply won't work you must login as root and it will work !


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I found next information: SLES11 SP3: last version July-02-2015 3.0.101-0.47.55.1 SP4-July-2015 3.0.101-0.63.1 https://wiki.novell.com/index.php/Kernel_versions it says it will soon SP4. Now question sounds like this: "How could I connect to official repository from my SLES 11 SP3? I need to update my kernel etc"


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Green - work well, Red - gives no activation code


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get the activation code easily, it is done in several steps. But in case of SLES 11 SP4 x86 we can't get it by response of the server, unlike case of SLES 12(bug?) The registration steps got no differents, but in second screen(for SLES 11 SP4) unlike first screen(For SLES 12) we got no response with activation code. Search for solution Note: I entered ...


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CloneZilla...this is THE BEST backup tool for Linux and Windows. boot with live DVD and backup to any drive. CloneZilla is linux based so no problem with reading HD partition.. http://clonezilla.org/


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You can add in .xinitrc xhost si:localuser:$USER It works for me!


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pdsh allows you to issue a command to run in parallel on multiple remote machines, worth a look. RPM : http://software.opensuse.org/package/pdsh Details : https://code.google.com/p/pdsh/wiki/UsingPDSH


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Try installing Fedora first and then Debian. Debian usually plays well with others, as long as it the last kid picked.



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