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See Difference between installing GRUB on MBR sector or first sector on boot partition? and GRUB in MBR or Partition? Basically, if you wanted to use some other bootloader to chain load GRUB, you wou …
answered Jan 29 by J. Taylor
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There has never been a single major virus epidemic affecting Linux hosts "in the wild". The vast majority of virus attacks on Linux are just theoretical, and the few that have actually been implemented have never been able to spread beyond a handful of hosts. …
answered Sep 15 '14 by J. Taylor
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The question marks might be representative of characters that your file manager is unable to display. If that is the only .xlsx file in the directory, try running the command rm *.xlsx in the terminal …
answered Feb 13 by J. Taylor
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Take a look at the following: Page table management Dumping kernel page tables
answered Mar 19 '11 by J. Taylor
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From what I understand, the only way you can reliably watch netflix is through a virtual machine running Windows. At this point, playing natively in Linux is not supported. …
answered Mar 14 '11 by J. Taylor
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First of all, your users should not be using passwords to log in to SSH, and should be using keys+passphrases, unless you absolutely must use passwords for some reason. For general information on how …
answered Mar 21 '11 by J. Taylor
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I'm not sure if this will help, but I found this post: http://swinky-linuxblog.blogspot.com/2008/10/xvinfo-no-adaptors-present-and-curious.html Where the author seems to have fixed the problem, an …
answered Mar 18 '11 by J. Taylor
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application I don't know if this would be helpful in your case, but there is also a Stack Overflow thread on compiling/installing lttng on embedded platforms (including ARM): How do I build and deploy LTTng to an embedded Linux system? …
answered Dec 15 '15 by J. Taylor
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You might want to take a look at this script, which controls the settings for your model of fan: http://electronpusher.org/~rachel/acerfand
answered Apr 15 '11 by J. Taylor