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You can achieve this with the program nmap. If you specify an address in CIDR notation, it will scan all IPs in that block. nmap -sP 192.168.1.0/24 The flag -sP will bypass port scanning and just indicate whether the host is up based on ping.
Assuming you installed as root/sudo, after installing you get prompted to: Add the Heroku CLI to your PATH using: $ echo 'PATH="/usr/local/heroku/bin:$PATH"' >> ~/.profile Installation complete So, if you add it to your PATH in ~/.profile, e.g.: PATH=/usr/local/heroku/bin:$PATH and restart your session, it should work: whereis heroku heroku: ...
You can mount the Windows partition read-only. This will work even if it is hibernated (but of course you cannot update files or write new ones). The reason you cannot mount the Windows C: drive is that with Fast-start Windows 8 is actually hibernating automatically for you - but only the system session. From a Linux point of view it's the same as if you ...
Different distributions are free to make deviations from each other. Thus what might effectively work in one Linux distribution might not work in another. Could be kernel versions, support utilities versions that are supported on each are not identical. It looks like this is what you are running into.
A .img file is an image file of a complete disk. So it may contain more than 1 partition. Given it's a disk image you can use disk management tools such as fdisk to see what type of partitions it contains. Contents of archlinux-hf-2013-06-06.img $ fdisk -l archlinux-hf-2013-06-06.img Disk archlinux-hf-2013-06-06.img: 1960 MB, 1960837120 bytes 64 heads, 32 ...
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