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Firstly you shoud check if it hits the storage performance limit on either Windows or Ubuntu. If E: on Windows is a USB attached drive or memory card, 8MB/s is likely possible. Otherwise SSH encryption might be bottleneck. Try and see with lightweight cipher like arcfour. scp -o Cipher=arcfour -rv /cygdrive/e/plex caleb@192.168.1.126:/home/caleb/Desktop ...


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The article you've linked basically says that new hardware that ships with Windows 10 will no longer need to provide a way to turn off Secure Boot. In particular: Nothing will change for existing hardware. This rule is only for new hardware. Windows 10 itself can work either way. Microsoft is saying that manufacturers may force Secure Boot to be ...


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Sure you can shrink the partition size of preinstalled windows and install linux debian or ubuntu as your wish side by side with the windows. Grub bootloader will help you to boot OS properly. For some persons, installing VM is NOT THE answer, it is depend on the Need. I personally have been using linux for about 8 years, 6 years on gentoo and last two years ...


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There are multiple versions of RDP protocol: original 4.0, which is a clone of ITU-T T.128 protocol 5.0 - which is still used by rdesktop (and not even fully) 5.1, 5.2, 6.0, 6.1, 7.0, 8.1 and 8.1 As you can imagine, each new version of RDP is better, not only by introducing new features, but also by further improving performance and overall user ...


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Just copying the files is not enough because you will miss the bootloader. You should dd the image to the usb stick: dd if=kali.iso of=/dev/sdX bs=4M; sync to start it. Be aware, that this will delete all data on the stick and the partition scheme will not be optimal.


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I found this : http://linux.die.net/man/1/hivexsh Is it what you are searching for ?


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http://coteyr.net/articles/3-Moving-to-Open-Source Fair warning it's my own site. But the core of the article (which is quite old), take it slow, make a complete list of what you use and try to migrate to it one at a time. Give your self time and expect a productivity drop. As for running specific software, you will have to do your own research. Some ...


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For a beginner i would recommend using ubuntu 15, it is very similar to windows with it's interface and design, and has lots of resources available online for help. Most linux distros are anyways free, so you can try more than 1 if you wish (By using a bootable USB). You can use java,arduino software, itnues and matlab on linux, It is also possible to use ...


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Try checking "Allow unmapped user Unix access". This may change things if the Windows side doesn't know about the osmc account. See https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh509017%28v=ws.10%29.aspx


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0xC0000022L's answer is thorough for the Windows side of things. The Mac can recognize Linux's symlinks; however Linux cannot recognize aliases made in the Mac's Finder (symlinks created using ln -s work fine).



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