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reviewed Close Is it possible to control socket.error timeout in an external library?
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reviewed Close Can I do socket programming in Python on a Chromebook with Crouton?
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reviewed Leave Open No module named yum
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reviewed Close python weather script not working
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reviewed Close Trying to get .py scripts running through apache (mod_python)
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reviewed Close DD-wrt serial messages
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reviewed Leave Open Determine affected file given logical block number
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reviewed Close Using crontab to start redshift on boot?
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comment Using crontab to start redshift on boot?
You're only seeing the grep redshift command. redshift isn't running. That said, I've looked at the indicated duplicate and it does in fact answer your question as well -- in short, you're doing it wrong by trying to start redshift before it has an X session to latch on to.
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comment Using crontab to start redshift on boot?
@StephenKitt No indication that the asker is using upstart, though.
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reviewed Close How to mount USB Pendrive - CentOS 7
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comment How to mount USB Pendrive - CentOS 7
Update your question to elaborate on the things I mentioned and I'll cheerfully retract my close vote.
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comment How to mount USB Pendrive - CentOS 7
Need a bit more information to answer this one. What output do you see when you check dmesg after you plug it in? What does lsusb have to say? What do you mean when you say "I can't open it"? What did you try, what error did you get?
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reviewed Leave Open How can I see the whole file and also wait for more data to be added to that file?
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reviewed Close i'm looking to install qubes to an external ssd. any recommendations?
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reviewed Close Rename all the files with a specific extension in all the subdirectory
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comment How can I see the whole file and also wait for more data to be added to that file?
Less also doesn't follow a growing file.
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comment Setup a common /opt such that both my Linux Distributions can use it
Possible, but you'd have to skip all the usual package management on either distro and do manual installs of pretty much everything -- and then keep the dependencies sorted and parallel on your own as well. Good luck.
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comment How can I test if a file in /root exists without su to root?
@user164825 If a non-root user has read access to /root/, something has gone very wrong with your system setup.