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Nov
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comment While upgrading from opensuse 13.1 to tumbleweed I am getting this error?
This should help you to upgrade but back up your system first en.opensuse.org/Upgrade
Nov
3
comment While upgrading from opensuse 13.1 to tumbleweed I am getting this error?
What version do you currently have? I think their existing stable distribution is considered Leap at the moment. However, going forward Leap will focus more on stability i.e. to compete with the likes of Debian(stable)/CentOS. The first actual release of Leap (42.1) is tomorrow (4 Nov). I would look at their release notes for upgrade instructions. If you are on openSUSE 13.2, you should be able to upgrade. However, if you are on Tumbleweed you will need to do a fresh install.
Nov
2
comment udev rules official docs
Ok. I updated your question to reflect this.
Nov
2
revised udev rules official docs
Changed Linux 7 to RHEL 7 following OP confirmation.
Nov
2
suggested approved edit on udev rules official docs
Nov
2
comment udev rules official docs
What distribution and version are you running? I am guessing something like RHEL/CentOS/Oracle 7.
Nov
2
answered While upgrading from opensuse 13.1 to tumbleweed I am getting this error?
Oct
29
comment Apache PostreSQL database server only
You could then use phpPgAdmin as your web-based client too.
Oct
15
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Oct
10
comment Is Mac OS X UNIX?
OS X uses GNU bash and I believe some of the firewall components are from OpenBSD. I suspect some of the non-BSD choices are aimed at attracting users who would otherwise use Ubuntu.
Oct
10
answered Is Mac OS X UNIX?
Aug
10
comment What do the numbers in brackets mean on the iptables-save output?
You're welcome. Could you mark the answer as correct then.
Aug
10
answered What do the numbers in brackets mean on the iptables-save output?
Aug
7
answered Unmet dependencies when installing mtrack
Aug
5
comment How do I login to another UNIX machine and execute a shell script stored there?
And see unix.stackexchange.com/questions/87405/…
Apr
16
answered Why are the packages in the official repo often very out of date?
Apr
12
comment List all layer 3 protocols available in my system?
Maybe wait first to see if someone has a better idea.
Apr
12
answered Set a local static IP address on a network interface and have it permanent even after restart
Apr
12
comment List all layer 3 protocols available in my system?
Have you tried netstat?
Apr
11
answered Is there classification of Linux Server and Desktop?