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answered ALSA: how to temporarily change the output device
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comment Expanding a partition in Ubuntu
@don_crissti yes, I realized that right away and withdrew my comment. I +1 your comment, as that most likely is the problem.
Sep
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answered control number of started programs in bash
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comment How to fix “operation not permitted” on ssh login?
Glad you found the solution! :)
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revised Where does LVM store data?
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revised Where does LVM store data?
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answered Where does LVM store data?
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comment How to fix “operation not permitted” on ssh login?
Are you by any means using sftponly? If yes, you might take a look at forum.buffalo.nas-central.org/viewtopic.php?f=71&t=22588
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revised Run shell script when new volume mounted
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comment Run shell script when new volume mounted
Marco, correct. I edited the ACTION from add to mount. I still cannot test the rule, so please be careful with that. Also SUBSYSTEM=="block"might be more useful than KERNEL.
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answered Run shell script when new volume mounted
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comment How to fix “operation not permitted” on ssh login?
In the server, try to ssh to a localhost. Does it work? How about scp from the client?
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revised Deleted the authorized_keys file and got into a problem
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