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How to actually copy a file to a USB, instead of whatever it is happens now

Your question is funny: so you publicly admit you always actually yanked out USB device out of the machine without ensuring proper data integrity for decades? Even in '98 when USB for Windows 98 was ...
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How to actually copy a file to a USB, instead of whatever it is happens now

Your question concerns the synchronization status of your USB supported filesystem. The I/O primitives (open, read, write, close) do not ensure synchronization. The sync command will ensure, as well ...
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Sending all lan traffic to monitor PC

I see two possible problems in your set-up. 1. Does your dd-wrt even get to see the traffic you're interested in? Your dd-wrt is probably actually a combination of a small switch and a router. If the ...
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Dualboot : Install Win10 alongside Debian, not the opposite

Setting boot is difficult. There is no "one size fits all" solution. You might be lucky and find that your linux distribution could detect all the OS installed and then, it is as simple as ...
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renaming files; wildcard selects input, want to return wildcard value in output

I'd probably be lazy and let sed do this for me newfilename=$(echo "${f}"|sed 's/\(.\)-\([^\.]*\)\.TIF/\2-\1.TIF/') mv "${f}" "${newfilename}" instead of learning the ...
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Transferring files from Windows SSD to Linux SSD in the same PC?

You don't really run SSDs, you run Operating Systems (Windows and/or Linux in this instance). Each OS can use some or all of the available disk storage for its filesystem. It's perfectly possible to ...
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Patching the kernel to allow hibernation with secure-boot enabled

The lockdown LSM module is what disables hibernation, and there is a kernel compile flag for this called CONFIG_LOCK_DOWN_IN_EFI_SECURE_BOOT, set it to no and it won't enable lockdown in when EFI ...
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Windows installer: Selected boot device failed!

There are two problems: Your 1st partition is marked as bootable and it's not NTFS/FAT32 - Windows cannot work in this configuration. Also, once you install Windows you'll lose access to your Linux ...
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