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Dec
21
accepted Nothing happens when trying to add/set default gateway
Dec
21
comment Nothing happens when trying to add/set default gateway
I'm connected to an OpenVPN. OK, so there is some kind of silent failure happening then? By experience I've seen that bridging is not set up correctly by NetworkManager. Perhaps that could be part of the problem.I've reconfigured network manager to expose a tun interface instead (but I see a lot of errors regarding "Invalid argument" in the syslog). How would I go about manually bridging? I don't seem to be able to add tun0 to bridge
Dec
21
asked Nothing happens when trying to add/set default gateway
Nov
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awarded  Enlightened
Nov
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awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
15
asked Is there some way of simulating a framebuffer device?
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awarded  Informed
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
22
comment install two operating systems on a smartphone
Say for example if Apple decided to port and add android to their phones and they modified their bootloader to be able to choose between the two OS:es during boot, then yes it should be possible. But you could only have one OS running
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
8
accepted Matching several patterns on one line
Jul
8
comment Matching several patterns on one line
I think that head is running into the same problem as sed. Running tty0tty | head -n 1 doesn't give any output. Tried to add the 'unbuffered' flag to sed, but that did not seem to help. Using unbuffer command made it work though. The hackiness is now over 9000 ;). The line I finally used is read left right < <(unbuffer tty0tty | head -n 1 | sed -e 's/[()<=>]//g' &)
Jul
8
comment Matching several patterns on one line
Neat trick :-). Seems to be almost working. Only problem seems to be that tty0tty have to keep running, that is why I started it as tty0tty &. Seems like sed keeps waiting for more input.
Jul
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asked Matching several patterns on one line
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Jun
27
comment How to determine who started a process?
Checking the parent process id might reveal some more info. Try running pstree
Jun
17
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