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Lost Physical and logical Volumes

I can still decrypt my drive and see the files but the physical and volume information is coming up blank. See below is there any way to recreate the physical and logical volumes? root@dad-PC:/home/...
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Disk space on a logical volume

I received a warning that my root volume is running out of space. Indeed sudo ssm list gives me Volume Pool Volume size FS FS size Free Type Mount point ...
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Stuck in a ~30sec boot loop after grub, encrypted volumes

I got my new laptop and I installed Debian 9 Testing alongside OEM'd Windows 10. I did not encrypt the whole Debian partition, i managed to encrypt the /home and /swap only (not sure if reasonable, ...
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What are the methods to increase capacity for local in usr in linux? [closed]

I have a linux production virtual machine and I need to increase space in /usr/local folder. I have already attached a partitioned and formatted disk with capacity of 300 GB as follows. [root@CentOS6-...
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Issue All-In-One Inspiron 2310 Monitor Volume Keys

At the side panel from my all in one monitor, there are 2 keys for raising and lowering volume (see picture). After installing Ubuntu 16.04.03, both keys working proper but after the first system ...
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change application specific volume from terminal without pulseaudio

I want to change the volume on a per-application basis, but without using pulseaudio. I'm on a raspberry-pi (resin.io image), and running pulseaudio on it is kind of a real pain. ( What I really ...
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PulseAudio on Debian 9: How to adjust default sound volume level?

Every time I boot up my Debian machine the sound volume level is at 100 % (what is way too loud). I am using PulseAudio instead of Alsa. How can I adjust the default sound volume level to an ...
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Can't control master volume

When starting my laptop this morning, I noticed that the volume control slider is missing on the top right panel, which is why I cannot control the master volume anymore and I have to use the volume ...
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Volume Management: How to move space from one partition to another?

I am setting up a redhat ec2 instance and by default the software I am using (called qradar) created the following volumes on the two 500g ebs storage devices attached to the instance: $ lvs LV ...
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Formatting a 1GB (loop-) block device with btrfs. Will this present a balancing issue in the future?

Use case Since I can't find a service that exposes part of their server's storage space as a block device, I've decided to make a loop device and then put those on Google Drive, Dropbox, or the like. ...
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Volume control and network notification icons are invisible and mutually exclusive after upgrading to Mint 19

On Linux Mint 18.3 (x64) MATE, I had the standard volume and networking tray icons. After upgrading in-place to Linux Mint 19, it apparently decided XFCE is what I wanted (but I can choose between ...
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Adding brick volume to gluster fails

I created a 2TB volume to increase space on home directory. I created the partition: $ parted /dev/xvdb mklabel gpt $ parted -s /dev/xvdb mkpart primary ext4 1 100% Formatted the partition: $ mkfs....
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Amixer returning wrong audio value

Running the command: amixer -D pulse sset Master 30% should set the audio volume to 30% right? When running: amixer get Master It returns saying the audio volume is 52%. Any explanation or ...
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How to disable the volume popup in KDE Plasma 5.13?

In older versions I used to comment out osd.show(percent) in the functions increaseVolume and decreaseVolume in the file /usr/share/plasma/plasmoids/org.kde.plasma.volume/contents/ui/main.qml (blog ...
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How to increase volume beyond 100% on Kubuntu KDE

I'm using Kubuntu and need to increase my volume beyond 100% on many youtube videos, because the recording level was too low, and my speaker is capable of generating much louder volume.
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How can I change (volume) hotkey permissions on debian login screen?

usually I use the laptop to hear music at home while doing things off the computer. As it is supposed, after some time of inactivity the screen saver starts on my debian (stretch) system. To change ...
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Debian 9: USB-volumes are not displayed in PCManFM-Qt's sidebar

I run Debian 9 with LXQt what is completely fine. However, attached USB-volumes are not getting displayed in the PCManFM-Qt sidebar in category Devices intended for that (see screenshot). Which ...
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Can I delete a Logical Volume from a Volume group with out affecting data on an other logical volume in the same volume group

I have 2 logical volumes lv1 and lv2 which are part of the same volume group vg0. I have to remove 2 physical disks that are associated to the vg0. Can I do a lvremove, vgreduce and pvremove on lv1 ...
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extend encrypted system partion

I have a system using luks encryption and I want to extend the system partition. Seems to look like Extend a LUKS encrypted partition to fill disk, but a bit different. Because my physical disk seems ...
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How to set up virtual volume (parition/disk) [closed]

I would like to create virtual volume (partition) on my disk. I use VPS and I cannot shrink root partition and create new one. So I decided to create a virtual volume on disk, let's say that I want ...
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gluster rebalance failure

gluster rebalance is failing after the rebalance and brick is also going down after running the rebalance. The output and logs are as follow: $ gluster --mode=script --wignore volume status Status ...
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Mount multiple USB devices automatically Ubuntu 16.04

I'm trying to connect multiple USB devices to my 16.04 Ubuntu machine, some mount automatically and others don't. I have to mount the device manually via files (screenshot attached) Does anyone ...
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Lubuntu Audio Doesn't Work

I have Lubuntu installed on my Acer Revo RL70. Here is my version info from the uname -a command: 4.13.0-32-generic #35-Ubuntu SMP Thu Jan 25 09:13:46 UTC 2018 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux I can "...
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What are several different and alternative methods to backup the audio levels in linux?

The audio recording levels can be saved for Ubuntu / Debian users using a command from the package alsa-mixer, alsactl --file ~/filename store However I am looking for alternative ways to save and ...
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Google assistant volume too low, why?

I have Google assistant running on a headless system. The sound output is via a USB sound card but the volume is too low, even with volume set to max in alsamixer. I've been trying to figure out how ...
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Extract VU meter value as text from arecord

I want to save a VU meter output (like arecord -V mono -f cd /home/sound) in a file as a simple ASCII table and not as a sound wave. In other words, I need to save VU meter value in dB every second. ...
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sdc1 exists but does not show under /dev/

I am currently working on CentOS 6.9 (Kernel Version 2.6.32-696.3.2.el6.x86_64). I have added a supplemental disk to the Virtual Machine and I can see it listed under /dev as sdc (/dev/sdc). When I ...
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how to rename the current volume group [closed]

we have redhat linux 7.2 version how to replace the volume group from: /dev/mapper/rh7-home 36G 33M 26G 1% /home to: /dev/mapper/rh7-var 36G 33M 26G 1% /var
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Using brightness/volume keys in tty/virtual console?

I'm wondering if it's possible to adjust (increment/decrement) brightness or volume with a laptop keyboard's dedicated brightness/volume keys in the virtual console. Can the system be configured to ...
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Reverse “lvconvert --splitcache”?

In order to expand a Logical Volume, I had to split the cache off from it: root@server:/home# lvextend -L+50G /dev/vg1/home Unable to resize logical volumes of cache type. root@server:/home# lvs ...
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SELinux and docker: allow access to X unix socket in /tmp/.X11-unix

How to allow access to a particular X unix socket for a particular docker container with SELinux enabled? I prefer a solution with a setup of docker run --security-opt. On fedora 25, I found the ...
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sound in FreeBSD 11 up suddenly down suddenly [closed]

i'm coming from linux i installed freebsd 11 xfced all things is right but i have some problem not dangrous, the most important is sound when i installed xfce4-volumed some people told me that isn't ...
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How do I automatically adjust volume according to the sound around me?

I live next to a big road. Having the window open at night is blessedly cool and, intermittently, very loud. How could I adjust the volume automatically, based on the built-in microphone input? If I ...
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Sounds from applications are too big, but I can barely hear them

I was streaming a game, and people said the sound is way too big and distorted. I tried lowering the volume, and they said the volume is not anymore big but still severely clipped. At first I didn't ...
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amazon aws : dracut mount filesystems in random order?

I have two linux instances on amazon. Both of them have one disk device. For test, I power off one instance (A) and attach its volume to the second one (B), as /dev/xvdf Into this server, I can ...
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Lower or increase pulseaudio volume on all outputs

I'm frequently changing the audio setup of my laptop (sometimes using the built-in jack port, sometimes nothing at all, sometimes using USB headphones, sometimes using the jack port in the dock of my ...
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GlusterFS - Unable to list files within a specific directory on a Gluster fuse mount point

We have a single volume 'gvol0' which is split across two nodes (replicated), server1 and server2: Here is the sanitised volume info: Volume Name: gvol0 Type: Replicate Volume ID: ...
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How to check file system in which Volume Group & Also the Volume Group Detailed information in Linux [closed]

Could you please help me to get few information like , 1. The File system in Which Volume Group ? 2. The Volume group having how many space ? Regards, Biswajit
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When and where to use rw,nofail,noatime,discard,defaults?

I am using OpenStack Cloud and using LVM on RHEL 7 to manage volumes. As per my use case, I should be able to detach and attach these volumes to different instances. While updating fstab, I have used ...
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Volume control widget that can control a USB microphone

I'm looking for a convenient GUI widget to control audio volumes on my computer. Here's what I mean by “convenient” and “volumes”: I have two audio interfaces: the laptop's built-in loudspeaker and ...
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Altering volume without amixer or alsamixer

On a fresh, minimal install of say, Debian (i.e. one without standard system utilities, nor a desktop environment installed), is there any way to alter the volume level or mute/unmute a device without ...
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Sound output limiter to prevent volume spikes on a Linux desktop?

Is there a way to prevent sudden sound spikes in Chrome browser like those caused by streaming TV commercials? I've Googled for a solution to this but the only thing I've found is a Windows utility ...
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Volume icon for PulseAudio on Tint2 — nothing works!

I'm using Debian 8 with Openbox which comes with PulseAudio by default. And I cannot find a volume icon which works properly. I try Volti (the volume becomes very low and sometimes doesn't work), ...
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How to increase or decrease volume in Xfce with keyboard shortcuts?

In "Settings->Window Manager" I can customize keyboard shortcuts for actions such as window tiling or maximizing and minimizing windows. There is no option to control the volume with keyboard, though. ...
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How do I increase the size of my active partition after resizing virtual disk?

I'm running a web server that has run out of space. It's running as a virtual machine on VMware ESX and I have doubled the size of its hard drive. Disk /dev/sda: 96 GiB, 103079215104 bytes, 201326592 ...
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How to remove unused physical volume from LVM?

I have two pv's under a vg: and I want to remove unknown device physical volume. I've tried this but does not remove it: vgreduce --removemissing --force vg_centos6 How can I remove that pv?
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Change volume on bluetooth speaker with amixer

I currently use custom created keyboard shortcuts to change the volume of my computer. The terminal commands I use are: amixer sset Master 3%+ amixer sset Master 3%- This changes the volume of the "...
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Master volume keeps changing, how can I find out what causes this?

As in the title, the master volume keeps changing while I'm listening on youtube music in the browser. The OS is Debian Jessie. I adjusted the volume in the GUI and using the terminal (with "amixer ...
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Xmonad with fn keys get to work

I am using xmonad and am almost new to it. I installed it on my Lenovo Y700-14ISK with Ubuntu 16.04. I am using gnome-panel with xmonad. How can I make my fn combination keys like changing volume or ...
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What does `cryptsetup resize` do if LUKS doesn't store partition size?

The LUKS / dm-crypt / cryptsetup FAQ page says: 2.15 Can I resize a dm-crypt or LUKS partition? Yes, you can, as neither dm-crypt nor LUKS stores partition size. I'm befuzzled: What is "...