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WSL Ubuntu installation on Windows Terminal... Need help with proceeding

Ubuntu is installed as per terminal... How to proceed after this? how to have Ubuntu homepage?
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Compile Failed of gcc 13.2.0 of lfs version 12.1

When i fellow the command of the lfs book 12.1 i chapter 5 to compile gcc 13.2.0 , i got the error. Supported LTO compression algorithms: zlib gcc version 13.2.0 (GCC) configure:3560: $? = 0 ...
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NixOS fails to boot after install in dual boot

After installing NixOS via usb, in a separate partition of 80 GB, I boot through GRUB and get the following log: :: running early hook [udev] Starting systemd-udevd version 255.3-1-arch :: running ...
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Where do I find the fingerprints gpg keys used to sign Linux Mint software?

Where do I find the fingerprints of the gpg keys used to sign the ISO images of the Linux Mint? Linux Mint packages? I would like to find a place where I can download them using a secured method (...
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ZFS error while mounting an encrypted partition

ZFS errors, I dont know why. Here are the step-by-step actions I took to attempt to mount the encrypted ZFS disk. $ sudo zfs list NAME USED AVAIL ...
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Noveau drivers force discrete GPU

I am on linux mint. My hardware is an intel CPU and discrete Nvidia GPU running noveau drivers. However, these don't seem to be great at knowing when to switch between the integrated GPU and discrete ...
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What happens with bridge packets after they arrive at bridge?

Hello I have a simple setup for explanation purposes created with following scripts:` env.sh CON1="con1" CON2="con2" NODE_IP="10.0.0.20" TUNNEL_IP="172.16.1.100&...
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How to create a page aligned variable in a kernel module?

So I want to have a buffer in my kernel module that I created like that: static char buf[BUF_LEN]; My problem is that the start address of this buffer is not necessarily page aligned. To give a bit ...
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Pop!_OS crashes while playing

I'm currently playing Shadow Of The Tomb Raider on Pop!_OS 22.04 LTS with my Ryzen 9 5900X, 64GB DDR4-2400 and an AMD RX 7700 XT Nitro+ OC 12GB. After a couple of minutes, my computer would just ...
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What is the proper way to bind a "compose" key at the kernel level? OpenSuSE Leap 15.6

What is the proper way to bind the key that sudo showkey shows to be "keycode 126" to "compose". sudo dumpkeys says "keycode 126 = Alt".
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setuid root problem with sticky bit: curl can't write to a new/empty directory in /tmp

I'm carrying out a one-off configuration operation which requires a remote client to communicate with a remote server. The client runs Apache, which runs a configure binary, which fetches various ...
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How to record packet/frames data without a pcap header

I'm trying to capture raw/binary Ethernet traffic from my interface, so I can parse it using C. I don't want to parse any PCAP headers. I would prefer without the preamble and end bytes, but it's okay ...
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Specify compiled OpenSSL directory to wpa_supplicant

I am trying to compile wpa_supplicant, which requires OpenSSL, which I have compiled and installed to a custom directory, build such that the file ssl.h is in build/include/openssl/ssl.h Now, when I ...
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Kaniko build fails to install gnupg2 to Debian

I have a Dockerfile that builds with "docker build" but not with kaniko on a Debian 12 image. The offending line is (gnupg fails like this too): RUN apt-get install -y gnupg2 When using ...
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Is my characterisation of KVM and QEMU accurate?

I usually write essays on topics I am studying to help my understanding. Below are excerpts from my study of Virtualisation. I would like comments from real professionals on their accuracy. KVM is ...
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Setting up network manually, no dhcp, IPV4 only

I’m trying to configure ip (static, so without dhcp), there are some problems that I can't resolve by my self, because I do not understand it in a whole. Sorry if it is already answered, but as I said,...
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Compling kernel in CentOS 9

When I was compiling I faced with this error: ** No rule to make target 'certs/rhel.pem', needed by 'certs/x509_certificate_list'. Stop. I ran these commands: scripts/config --disable ...
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Concern about syslog-ng internal log growth

I am using this container image to run syslog-ng: https://docs.linuxserver.io/images/docker-syslog-ng/ It runs syslog-ng using the command: /usr/sbin/syslog-ng -F -f /config/syslog-ng.conf --persist-...
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Slow wifi recovers speed temporarily when reconnected

I have an IBM T420 running Ubuntu 24.04. The wifi acts weird: Over time it slows to a crawl, but if I disconnect and reconnect then the speed recovers to the expected speed. This is not a fluke: You ...
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Unison - Ignore Path, File, Name

I have unsion installed on two servers, server1.local and server2.local. The config file is stored on server1.local. I can successfully sync the files between the two servers. However, I have a path ...
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ZFS error for load-key

I've tried everything I know until I'm exhausted. Please, if you can help me, I need to access my project stored on my hard drive. The command I used: sudo zfs load-key rpool/ROOT/ubuntu_uy913x And ...
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Why SSD accessing internal HD finds home folder empty?

I have two hard drives sda2, sdb2, and one SSD on system. sdb2 runs windows and the remaining use opensuse which ssd has the latest version. When I use Dolphin on SSD to mount hard drives (HD), I ...
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How to make ssh return immediately after running background job

When I run on linux-system/bash: sleep 10 & I get bash prompt immediately. But when I run: ssh linux-system 'sleep 10 &' I wait 10 seconds. Two questions: Can I find explanation in ssh/bash ...
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Forcing OpenVPN process to run with a specific group using nmcli

I am struggling with this script of mine that should prepare a secure VPN connection with VPN kill switch and I need some help. What I am trying to do (in general): My goal is to set up a very strict ...
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Clearing "Recent Connections" from Firefox in KDE Task Bar

So I'm quite new to Linux, Plasma, and openSUSE so forgive my ignorance. I went to type in something rather sensitive and, without my noticing, Firefox popped up and I accidentally typed it into the ...
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Script to find multiple files and update their timestamps by a second

I'm trying to create an interactive script that lets me choose a start date and time, then recurse into the present directory/subdirectories, find all flac audio files, sorted by directory/...
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Unable to mount encrypted ZFS filesystem after reboot

Key load error: Failed to open key material file: Input/Output Error. Command: `mount -o zfsutil -t zfs rpool/ROOT/ubuntu_uy913 /root/`. Message: `zfs_mount_at() failed: encryption key not loaded`. `...
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Unable to Resize Partition in Xubuntu VM Due to Busy Target

I am trying to resize the main partition of my Xubuntu virtual machine (VM) running on VMware, but I encounter an error stating that the target is busy when attempting to unmount it. Despite several ...
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Cannot run Firefox esr in Debian 11

Cannot run Firefox also cannot run updates. New to Linux and lost. Click on Firefox ESR, Starts circle back the just quits. No pages load
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How do you look into sdb1 and sdc1 to make sure data is mirrored in RAID1 using mdadm?

I've spent hours fighting mdadm to the point I had to reinstall linux and do more fighting, mostly because of write-protected issues on the drives somehow (I still don't explain it), and also ...
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How does Linux find the bold variant of a given font?

There is a monospace font family I like called IBM Plex Mono. It comes with several font weights beyond just normal and bold, namely: Thin ExtraLight Light Regular Medium SemiBold Bold Now, I have ...
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NFS mixup with mounted ISO images [II]

Hello dear forum readers, This is a rephrase of my post # 779647 (which became too big to get to the point) and is based on further testing (with SMB). My problem: I have made an offline Debian ...
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Update password-auth Using Ansible

I would like to update /etc/pam.d/password-auth using Ansible to have the following line (or a similar one with the remember=5 argument added) password requisite pam_pwhistory.so remember=5 If a ...
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Restart=always not working

I am struggling to make systemd restart a service when it crashes. This is the unit file: # cat /etc/systemd/system/miscale.service [Unit] Description=Mi Scale Translator After=network.target [...
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Samba wastes a lot of time with permission checks

I'm running a samba server on a DIY NAS at home. Some applications on Windows client PCs seem to trigger odd behaviour: Samba wastes a lot of time seemingly doing permission checks on various ...
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How can I get the _real_ progress of dd, ignoring fast/staging buffers? [duplicate]

I'm using the dd command to write to a USB stick. My command is pretty straightforward: dd if=myimage.iso of=/dev/sdd bs=1M status=progress and indeed, I seem to be getting the progress reported: ...
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Git ls-remote to github fails with classic "SHA-1 not supported" on tunneled ssh session but `ssh -T [email protected]` doesn't

Cross-posting from here as suggested by the community. A bit of context: At my company we do tunneling to ssh into EC2 boxes. This tunneling command is as usual, uses ForwardAgent and the proxycommand ...
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How do I get linux flavors, like Fedora, RHEL, Amazon Linux, and others that don't update motd on login to do so?

I am trying to get my Amazon Linux 2023 server to update the MOTD on login, not on a timer or by fiddling with the profile. I want a clean experience for users whether they re-exec their shell, or ...
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How can I run Firefox over the same running instance but in two different WAYLAND_DISPLAY?

I'm testing a new wayland compositor and debugging some rendering issues. To test this, I'm switching to a different TTY, starting compositor B and then trying to open a new Firefox window there; I do ...
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SSH port forwarding was working, now it's not

I have a pair of CentOS7 servers in a production environment where the server on the internal network opens up an ssh SOCKS proxy tunnel to the server on the edge network to allow the internal server ...
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Ext4 filesystem in LUKS container - container size calculation

On my Linux system I have a file "1gb.file" that is 1073741824 bytes in size. This file I'll put into a LUKS container ("1gb.file.crypt") with ext4 filesystem inside. What size ...
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xfce4 as default Windowmanager on Rocky Linux 9

Following this setup routine I installed XFCE4 on Rocky Linux 9. But this does not startup the xfce4-window-manager in init 5. If I go to init 3 and then startxfce4 as root XFCE4 is being started. ...
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Gedit Bracket match is out of range

Gedit matches brackets like { with } and tells us where the matching opening/closing bracket is. If it is more than 10000 characters, it says "Bracket match is out of range" instead. How ...
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OpenDKIM Isn't building with OpenSSL correctly

I am trying to build OpenDKIM from source. For some reason, the build is not supporting SHA-256, even when the OpenSSL version I am building with uses SHA-256. How is this possible ? I run: ./...
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Problems with RealTek 8822CU Wifi device on Linux 6.2

We have an embedded device that runs Linux 4.14. It uses a USB Wifi adaptor that uses the RealTek 8822cu chipset. Driver source code was provided by the vendor and compiled locally. WiFi works well ...
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black screen after changing resolution in CentOS 9

When I installed CentOS 9 I faced with an error like this: "nouveau sched error 20". I solved it by adding "splash nouveau.modeset=0" to the end of kernel configuration in the grub ...
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nmcli connection modify does not work as intended when using alias

Using an alias in nmcli connection modify seems to append the value regardless of the prefix used. For example, nmcli connection modify wifi -ip4 192.168.1.10/24 does not remove the IP but add it. ...
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How to route between three containers connected by two networks in series

I'm running into some issues with routing between docker networks. Hence, I broke the problem down into a simpler case but it is still not working. Can you tell me what I am doing wrong? The Setup ...
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apt(-get) install: keep automatically/manually installed state

On Debian (apt 2.9.6), when I run apt install on a package that was automatically installed and its version doesn't change, apt(-get) marks the package as manually installed: # sudo apt install ...
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Cannot find how to create network namespace in udev rule

I want to write a udev rule (ACTION=add) that will create a new network namespace, move the newly added device to it and exec some commands inside it. I was using irpoute2 to do so (Inside the rule): ...
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