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Please don't use this tag just because your system is running Ubuntu. Use it _only_ if your question is somehow specific to Ubuntu only. Note that https://askubuntu.com is specifically dedicated to Ubuntu questions.

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*/10 * * * * rm home/user/Desktop/myFile You forgot to add a slash at the beginning to make it an absolute path. As it is, it probably won't work. It should be: */10 * * * * rm /home/user/Desktop/ …
answered Jul 2 '18 by dr01
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You are trying to enforce r-x access to owner user prateekkaien, and rwx access to owner group superadmin. This won't work because prateekkaien, as file owner, has full permission over it and it can s …
answered Feb 16 '17 by dr01
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"Upload port" has no meaning. It looks like you had a flapping connection via wifi and you solved that by connecting via Ethernet. Since the problem has now come back, please verify that your wifi is …
answered Oct 6 '15 by dr01
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If you right click on the column title bar (where is says Tamaño, Tipo, Modificado) a menu should pop up. From the menu you can tick the columns you want to see in the interface. Tick the Name column …
answered May 15 '15 by dr01
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By "create" I think you mean "install". Since your post is tagged Ubuntu what you want is a minimal install ISO that you can download from here. Note that even a minimal distro will contain quite a …
answered May 13 '15 by dr01
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Is there any way to do it fastly It depends of the network connection speed between source and destination server. 70 TB is a lot of data. It might be worthy physically disconnecting the drive …
answered Nov 30 '16 by dr01
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Yes, it's always a very good idea to have an unprivileged account on the system to use when you do not need admin privileges. On systems with X Window (e.g. KDE, GNOME) this is practically mandator …
answered Apr 13 '16 by dr01
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"buff/cache" is memory that Linux uses for disk caching. It will be freed when applications require it. So you don't have to worry if a large amount is being shown in this field -- it doesn't count as …
answered May 28 by dr01
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find / -delete -name trojan attempted to delete all files on the root filesystem. The command you meant to use is find / -name trojan -delete Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but your system is …
answered Jan 24 '18 by dr01
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I would personally go with @John's solution, but you can also set the startup sequence so that at the very beginning (near the S01 symlinks) it runs this command: echo "Please try to log in later" > …
answered May 8 '15 by dr01
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Don't kill the cron daemon as it does a lot of tasks which are necessary to the system. Instead, edit the crontab file and comment out the cron job related to your script. (FYI, you do not need to r …
answered May 19 '15 by dr01
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To execute a shell script a.sh if file a.file exists and is a regular file, you can use this construct: [ -f a.file ] && source a.sh
answered Jul 5 '15 by dr01
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You cannot use lvextend as your system doesn't use LVM. First you resize - in VMWare - the Ubuntu VM's virtual disk to 30 Gb. You did this correctly as I see there's 10 Gb of unallocated space at …
answered Jul 14 '17 by dr01
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You must use WinSCP to connect to the remote Ubuntu server, not PuTTY. PuTTY allows you to connect to a shell prompt, WinSCP allows you to transfer files, so it's the latter that you must use … . Both programs use SSH to connect to a remote server, so you must just make sure that the SSH daemon (ssh) is running on your remote Ubuntu machine and is accepting connections. …
answered Apr 20 '16 by dr01
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The error message means that you're unable to create the lock for the apt package manager. Unless there's another process trying to install packages on the machine, the other option is that you don't …
answered Jul 17 '17 by dr01

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