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Jul
25
comment How can I get my external IP address in bash?
It's more elegant to put bash aliases in ~/.bash_aliases instead directly placing them in ~/.bashrc.
Jul
8
comment Realtek RTL8723BE Network Card not working on Chromium OS
Try modprobe rtl8723be. If it doesn't work, then post result of the following command: modprobe --dry-run -v rtl8723be. Run both commands as root.
Jul
8
comment increment a value pulled from a file
Your NEW_INC_COUNTER is 1+1 string. If you want to add integer to variable, you can write it this way: NEW_INC_COUNTER=$((OLD_INC_COUNTER+1)). BTW: i++ equivalent from C language in bash is $((i++)).
Jul
8
comment How to disable beep tone in xfce when the delete button is pressed?
Did you reload ~/.inputrc after uncommenting set bell-style none (reload command: bind -f ~/.inputrc)? If yes, then try one of the mentioned methods. E.g. by unloading pcspkr module: rmmod pcspkr or by xset b off.
Jul
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Jul
8
comment Device shown using lspci but udev not loading the driver
OK, fine, see comments to the answer below.
Jul
8
comment Device shown using lspci but udev not loading the driver
OK, now insmod mii && insmod pcnet32 works for you and modprobe pcnet32 doesn't. Post result of: modprobe --dry-run -v pcnet32.
Jul
7
comment Device shown using lspci but udev not loading the driver
Can you post result of the two commands: modprobe pcnet32 and find /lib/modules/`uname -r`/kernel/drivers/net/ -name "mii*"? I reproduced your error and my solution worked for me.
Jul
7
comment Device shown using lspci but udev not loading the driver
You can.
Jul
7
comment Device shown using lspci but udev not loading the driver
IMHO you shouldn't use images for posting textual problem. It's difficult for Google (and other search engines) to index problems described by images. However, if you really need posting images, you should upload your images this way.
Jul
7
answered Device shown using lspci but udev not loading the driver
Jul
7
comment Device shown using lspci but udev not loading the driver
Run insmod for pcnet32 and check output of dmesg. There should be cause of insmod failure.
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Jun
22
comment Is w command safe for users?
Nice quote from zip manual (see --password option): (...) Many multi-user operating systems provide ways for any user to see the current command line of any other user; even on standalone systems there is always the threat of over-the-shoulder peeking. Storing the plaintext password as part of a command line in an automated script is even worse. Whenever possible, use the non-echoing, interactive prompt to enter passwords. (...).