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I would recommend using a distribution designed with these usage patterns in mind, such as Fedora Silverblue. You can keep the base OS as a read-only system, upgraded “en masse” when necessary, and run all your services and applications in sandboxed environments (but with full access to the display server).


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Add the IP address to the list of the host name patterns that should match the configuration section. Here, GW2 and 203.0.113.1 will match: Host GW2 203.0.113.1 #IdentitiesOnly=yes HostName 203.0.113.1 Identity file ~/.ssh/id_rsa_GW2 User root You can find this documented (briefly) with man ssh_config, Host Restricts the following ...


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You do not supply any errors or what you have done. This then leaves us guessing: Bash is not installed by default. You might need to add it yourself: pkg install bash As with Debian you need to make the script executable: chmod +x my.sh The first line of your script should point to the location of bash. It is not located in /bin by default. You can make ...


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Two of your PVs are 931 GiB. The third one is 2.7 TiB. A striped LV has to allocate the same space on all its PVs. In your case this means the LV's max size is 3*931 GiB, or roughly 2.7 TiB. For more information about LVM allocation, see the LVM (8) manpages


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CentOS or Fedora - I would install podman: sudo yum -y install podman https://podman.io/getting-started/ What is Podman? Podman is a daemonless container engine for developing, managing, and running OCI Containers on your Linux System. Containers can either be run as root or in rootless mode. Simply put: alias docker=podman. More details here. https://...


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The configuration file for the Whisker Menu is saved in your xfce4 panel directory: ~/.config/xfce4/panel/whiskermenu-1.rc The actions defined at the bottom of the file contain the same properties as in the "Search Actions" dialog, i.e. name, pattern, command and a boolean regex flag. $ tail -18 ~/.config/xfce4/panel/whiskermenu-1.rc [action2] ...


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I ran into the same issue and the previous answers didn't work. Typing albert preferences in the terminal opens up the settings. To set the hotkey directly from the terminal, use albert -k [hotkey] instead.


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rsync does not have a config file. You can use an alias in your .bashrc: alias nassync="rsync --rsync-path=/opt/bin/rsync -e 'ssh -p 2222'"


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