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First you can confirm that you already have the mpm_prefork module by seeing that's shipped in the apache2 package in 16.04. You'll see a couple results for it if you do this: dpkg -L apache2 | grep fork /etc/apache2/mods-available/mpm_prefork.conf /etc/apache2/mods-available/mpm_prefork.load Now check which MPM module is enabled, and you'lll see that ...


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Yes you can. Easily. All the modern file managers are able to scan other hard drives for any readable partitions (e.g. ntfs, fat, ext etc) . It is possible to safely copy data from the hard disk. In case it is not getting automatically mounted, you can first get the UUID or device details by doing a sudo blkid and then using umount to mount the filesystem.


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You cannot define eth0:0 as the origin of your ICMP packet with the pingcommand; as said in previous comments, the routing rules will be applied, and if routing to other networks, the eth0 address will be used. You can however, spoof an ICMP packet having eth0:0 IP address as origin with the hping3 command as in: sudo hping3 -1 8.8.8.8 -a 192.168.2.96 ...


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First of all, your syntax is wrong, and will result in a command line like... dh_gencontrol -- -Vdist:Depends=""php7.0, php7.0-opcache, ..."" rather than (what you would want): dh_gencontrol -- -Vdist:depends="php7.0, php7.0-opcache, ..." this is because make doesn't do quoting, and you quote the data in the variable twice (once in the assignment, once ...


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I am convinced that this issue is a packaging bug in the Supervisor package in Ubuntu 16.04 and it seems to have been caused by the switch to systemd: This issue was already reported upstream on the Supervisor project's issue tracker (where nothing can be fixed) in issue 735. I was bitten by this issue a few days ago and was astonished to find that this ...


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You can use your package manager to find out which package clang-tidy provides. For example on Fedora/CentOS: dnf whatprovides '*/clang*tidy*' On Debian/Ubuntu you can use an analogous apt-file search command. However, on Fedora 23 clang-tidy just isn't packaged. No match is found. There is even an open bug report: Missing clang-query and clang-tidy ...



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