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Oct
27
comment systemd service that needs .ssh/id_dsa password
@romeovs fixed, thanks
Oct
27
revised systemd service that needs .ssh/id_dsa password
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Oct
27
comment Changes made to ifcfg-wlan0 doesn't seem to make a difference
TYPE=ireless - I believe it should be TYPE=wireless
Oct
27
answered systemd service that needs .ssh/id_dsa password
Oct
27
comment systemd service that needs .ssh/id_dsa password
I suppose you mean that it needs to access not your public, but private key. Am I correct?
Oct
26
answered How can I have new ~/.vnc/xtartup files be configured for normal desktop by default?
Oct
26
comment How can I have new ~/.vnc/xtartup files be configured for normal desktop by default?
This is not clear from your question :) wait a second...
Oct
26
comment How can I have new ~/.vnc/xtartup files be configured for normal desktop by default?
Just uncomment these two lines and restart your vncserver. Your default desktop will be started by vncserver
Oct
26
answered How to assign multiple fixed ip address for one domain?
Oct
22
comment Fedora 17 : hotkey for terminal
Crash, @hqt what desktop you are using? I succeeded to assign and use super+R with XFCE
Oct
22
answered vmware player usb device on slackware 14.0
Oct
21
comment VirtualBox on Debian
Yes, you are right. Then I have no advice
Oct
21
comment VirtualBox on Debian
You probably need to get the kernel headers(or sources) of 3.5.0 version to recompile it
Oct
21
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Oct
20
comment Iptables: matching outgoing traffic with conntrack and owner. Works with strange drops
Could you please post all rules including FORWARD chain and nat table if this host is also routing the traffic from LAN.
Oct
20
revised When and why do block devices need to be partitioned?
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Oct
20
comment When and why do block devices need to be partitioned?
@sch, it seems I am behind the times... it used to be not able at least. Time is going, things are changing. anyway thanks for the info
Oct
20
answered When and why do block devices need to be partitioned?
Oct
18
answered rsync list of files in sub-directories to remote server and delete extraneous
Oct
18
comment Partition table not recognized by Linux kernel
Hmm, I would not call it definitely a kernel bug. May be there is some problem with timing... You confirm that two different devices are behaving the same. Does it happen in the same USB port or the same USB host controller?