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In your Windows host From the Start Menu or Control Panel, open Devices and Printers. Right click the printer in question and select Printer Properties (not just "Properties"). Under the Sharing tab, click "Change Sharing Options" and share the printer. Copy the printer's Share name. In your Linux Guest Tell Linux that you want to add a new printer. ...


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Depending on your client environment, using a keybinding to toggle the 'grab keyboard' might not work for a number of reasons. As an alternative, you can use the 'grab all keyboard events' button in the toolbar when in fullscreen mode.


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I was able to get this working by enabling the USB 3.0 (xHCI) Controller under USB settings. You must also install the Virtualbox Extension Pack to get the appropriate Virtualbox module to support this setting. On Arch Linux: yaourt -S virtualbox-ext-oracle The extension pack is only available in the user repo.


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I solved it by re-installing Linux Mint making sure to boot the installation DVD in EFI mode and to choose the EFI partition in the drop-down menu during the installation. Apparently the cause of this issue is the installation of Mint in EFI mode but without selecting the EFI partition in this step. The first boot worked perfectly, so I consider this ...


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Boot from the original installation Windows 10 DVD ,and open the command line choosing System Restore >>> Troubleshoot >>>> Command Prompt and type the following commands: diskpart list disk select disk 0 list vol Let’s say your EFI partition is on Volume 1 (the EFI partition is using the FAT32 file system); type: sel vol 1 assign letter=k exit Next ...


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You can use the dos2unix tool to convert the line endings to the unix format: $ sudo apt-get install dos2unix $ dos2unix /path/to/my.cnf and see if this fixes the issue, now that its done. Probably when you opened the file with notepad or some other editor, it asked you to convert the line endings to windows compatible and you selected yes.


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Short Answer No, Don't try what you're asking, thinking or considering. Long Answer Read the FAQ: 5.1 I have lots of applications already installed in Windows. How do I run them in Wine?, which states: Wine is not designed to interact with an existing Windows installation. If you have any data you need from a Windows installation, browse your ...


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i can tell you the shrinking with windows caused your problems! at least since then your drive was converted to a "dynamic disk" (as you can see on your screenshot). a long story made short: dynamic disks are a "microsoft-invention" to overcome some limitations of msdos-mbr (and make interaction with other os more complicated)... the solution is to ...


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First , you should make the unallocated space ntfs. After this boot up linux mint and install it in your ntfs 50gb partition. It will format it from ntfs to ext4


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Short answer No Longer answer EOL-problem is problem of Working Copies|working directories, not platform-independent repository storage. svn:eol-style=native on every client for all text/ types is answer for different client-side OS in SVN


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The problem appears to be that you've applied fdisk to the partition /dev/sdb1 instead of the disk /dev/sdb. The result of this is that the partition /dev/sdb1 now has a disk layout inside it that contains (if you like) /dev/sdb1p1 as the NTFS drive. To take over the entire of your /dev/sdb disk the fdisk command should be applied to the disk device /dev/...


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I found another solution to this. I used x0vncserver instead (which is included in the tigervnc package). You can start the server via x0vncserver -display :0 -passwordfile ~/.vnc/passwd.


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You could follow and Watch CEH Channel on Youtube Install Kali Linux/BackTrack/BlackBuntu and get started with basic tools installed in these operating systems This document could be of some use.


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The problem seems to have been that my admin had created an entry on the Domain Controller for this server. This apparently caused a conflict that caused Kerberos to encounter the following error when trying to join: kyle@Server21:~$ sudo net ads join -k Failed to join domain: failed to lookup DC info for domain 'COMPANYNAME.LOCAL' over rpc: An internal ...



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