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I found this tutorial: How to cache openSUSE repositories with Squid. excerpt How to make your local Squid web cache work with openSUSE repositories and the openSUSE network installation process. In effect, how to run a fully autonomous, local on-demand repository mirror. Even with a high-speed ADSL internet connection, savings of up to 60% are easily ...
If you have NTP Reflection enabled your NTP servers might be used as a part of DDoS. To make sure NTP reflection is disabled, add this to your ntp.conf: disable monitor Then restart all ntp services. More info on NTP based DDoS: http://blog.cloudflare.com/understanding-and-mitigating-ntp-based-ddos-attacks
Did you try running it on single-user mode (also known as safe mode)? If battery is removed works better? Did you try any other module?
You could try to upgrade just tmux first, and then perform the full upgrade. With some luck, the currently installed system libraries versions will satisfy the dependencies for the new tmux version.
It turns out the sound stack developers have anticipated me and written a workaround specifically for situations like mine - I just wasn't able to find it at first. Aoss does exactly the desired thing: it preloads libaoss.so and then runs another command line, which will then see a /dev/dsp and be able to ioctl/read/write it. So instead of, e.g. ...
Almost all of this As any GNU/Linux distribution is open-source, you must be able to install a C Compiler in your host, with all needed libraries. The command ldd may list wich installed libraries is used by any binary: ldd /bin/ls linux-vdso.so.1 => (0x00007fff25dff000) libselinux.so.1 => /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libselinux.so.1 ...
If you're on GNOME 3.12 or above, there's actually an option built-in to GNOME Software for some package managers. When you look at a piece of software, it will have a star rating. This star rating tells you how well the application will integrate with GNOME. The higher, the better - if it's supported and you're on the proper version of GNOME, use this to ...
Is it possible for you to look for the program's dependencies? I don't use OpenSUSE but on Xubuntu (Debian-based), I can look at what dependencies a program requires before I install that program. For that, I use apt-cache show program_name. In the following examples, I replaced program_name with xmahjongg, gnome-mahjongg and kmahjongg. The dependencies ...
Tomcat being installed from openSUSE repo runs as a service under systemd. According to this page, it is not possible to redirect output of systemd-controlled services directly to the file. Thus, I have the only option left: filter messages from syslog when they got there. I have created file /etc/rsyslog.d/tomcat.conf and put these lines there: ...
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