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After I found a similar one and one more, I kicked away the Ubuntu packaged vagrant and got an original one from Vagrant. Easy peasy, now it's ok. …
answered Dec 20 '16 by Tomasz
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UPDATE No limitations now. #!/bin/bash INPUT=File1 declare -a fields fields=( $(head -n1 "$INPUT") ) i=0 while read -r line; do values=( $line ) for ((j=++i; j<${#values[@]}; j++)); do …
answered Aug 8 '16 by Tomasz
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I wonder how your crontab accepted this. What you mean by /1 in fact should be */1. Try it out. And if it's all in one line, like: @reboot /dir/xxx /1 * * * * /dir/xxx Then there should be a new l …
answered Jun 10 by Tomasz
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Solved. Credits to Ipor Sircer. run xprop, then click inside that belt. it will show what is that. $ xprop _NET_WM_SYNC_REQUEST_COUNTER(CARDINAL) = 50331999 _NET_WM_USER_TIME(CARDINAL) = 9703147 …
answered Nov 17 '16 by Tomasz
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A user can be a member of many groups, but only one primary group. This group will be associated with the user in the respect of new files being created (the group ownership will be the primary group) …
answered May 26 '18 by Tomasz
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Restore There should be a right PATH in your /etc/profile. I don't know how you messed up your PATH, but sourcing /etc/profile should bring things back to normal. As long as you didn't edit that one. …
answered Mar 12 '18 by Tomasz
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You need to listen on that port in order to be able to connect to it. For simple testing, you can use nc or netcat: nc -l -p 9999 Now nc is listening on port 9999 and you can telnet to this port fr …
answered Mar 9 '18 by Tomasz
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You can scan your computer with ClamAV. It needs to get installed, but it should be present in the main repository. I'm not sure if the virus base contains Locky Ransomware, but anyhow, make sure to …
answered Nov 8 '16 by Tomasz
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No. It's enough to just add it. But if you add rules in the files, you need to execute commit. You can check user rules, as they're called with: ufw status You can also add verbose for some detail …
answered Jun 13 '17 by Tomasz
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The key is the Limit directive. The clue is present in the <Limit> Directive section of the core mod Apache doc page. When using <Limit> or <LimitExcept> directives with the Require directive, n …
answered Jun 2 '17 by Tomasz
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Upstart was replaced by systemd in April 2015 (v15.04).1 There are still many files flying around for compatibility reasons. See also: How does systemd use /etc/init.d scripts? What are the pros/co …
answered Mar 11 '18 by Tomasz
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This impressive command should satisfy your hunger: sudo apt install libreoffice-impress
answered Aug 8 '16 by Tomasz
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I don't know why you need INPUT open on 53 and 80, but if that's for receiving responses of DNS and HTTP, then that's wrong. This is done by the following line: iptables -A INPUT -m state --state EST …
answered Mar 20 '18 by Tomasz
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Try Singular with upper case S. As you can see in the list of files installed be this package here, the executable is /usr/bin/Singular. The same with different architectures.
answered Aug 21 '16 by Tomasz
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One way is to have Grub reinstalled each time you install a new system. If you don't use an encrypted partition for the first system, the new installation will detect it and add it to the Grub list. T …
answered Nov 22 '16 by Tomasz

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