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comment Chromium User Agent String on FreeBSD or OpenBSD
From FreeBSD 10.1: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; FreeBSD amd64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/43.0.2357.130 Safari/537.36
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comment Chromium User Agent String on FreeBSD or OpenBSD
From FreeBSD 10.1: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; FreeBSD amd64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/43.0.2357.130 Safari/537.36
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reviewed Approve DirectX installed on Wine althought it doesn't work in games
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comment Use my PC, or completely dedicated PC for running Linux
You have a 64-bit CPU and have enabled virtualization features in your BIOS/UEFI? And using Windows right now? Then start with a virtual machine. Use a Type 2 hypervisor like VirtualBox or VMWare Workstation. It's much less painful than dual-booting. Or, go 100% Linux/BSD and put Windows in the virtual machine instead if you have a retail license for Windows (not OEM).
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comment Ubuntu SELinux - why different types for files var_t vs file_t
In regard to your statement, "appears not to work", this is not due to SELinux. Permissive mode is the same as the Disabled mode except that Permissive mode logs SELinux actions that would have been enforced in Enforcing mode.
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comment How to do sudo edit in MC?
Nice! Works with an alias, too. alias smc="EDITOR=sudoedit SUDO_EDITOR=vim mc"
Jul
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comment Starting Debian mono application (that has a GUI) AFTER boot is done
The solution is "Find the name of your window manager. Then search for help about automatically starting a program."
Jul
2
revised Run a script at startup
keep post topical with reference to systemd init system changes
Jul
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comment How to update my local repo that i am using to serve local machines?
Use your RedHat credentials to download the updates via FTP.
Jun
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comment 218TB XFS LVM filesystem. 144TB Free. Error message “No Free Space Left on Device”
Using LVM 2, right?
Jun
30
revised Create a Linux image
added remember new mac addresses if applicable
Jun
30
answered Create a Linux image
Jun
29
answered Why is my CentOS 6 system doing IPv6 lookups?
Jun
29
comment Why is my CentOS 6 system doing IPv6 lookups?
You did do a sysctl -p or reboot, right?
Jun
29
comment What is wrong with the code?
[CTRL]+[C] can break the script without using special input like -1, so I just added a regex to check the number and display a message.
Jun
29
revised What is wrong with the code?
used suggestion for `read` and wrote regex to check input
Jun
29
answered What is wrong with the code?
Jun
28
comment Create permissions for group to write and files created by owner are only writeable by owner
It sounds like each user has a different umask. They should both be 0022 to create a regular file with 0644 permissions, and directories with 0755.
Jun
22
comment Disk mount on a linux VM , mounted elsewhere
I am a little confused, but I think maybe you mounted on top of existing files. Unmount it to see the files. Is my guess right? Then tar up everything in the directory. Optionally remove those files after getting them into a tar archive to reclaim disk space. Mount the new disk. Extract the tarball onto the new mount point. Keep everything from the existing directory: tar --selinux --acls --xattrs -cvf dir.tar /dir
Jun
22
comment Who is the -bash executing user on my server?
Or, because leaving the root shell wide open is a glaring security problem, you can avoid the timeout by locking the console session: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/32351/…