Unanswered Questions

41,605 questions with no upvoted or accepted answers
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Best practice to customize date/time format system-wide?

I'd like to customize exclusively the date and time format for my system, while sticking to the rest of the locale as is. I know that environment variable LC_TIME will make it possible to customize ...
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Attempting to compile kernel yields a certification error

I'm currently attempting to follow this guide in order to install the 4.5.7 kernel with Grsecurity on my Kali Linux desktop. I am following that list of instructions verbatim, except for the fact ...
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Random “deauthenticating by local choice (Reason: 3=DEAUTH_LEAVING)”

I'm running uname -r 4.10.6-1-ARCH on my dell XPS 13 developer edition (2014). I'm currently having strange problems with my wifi (I use Networkamanger with nm-applet for KDE): 1) at the most ...
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How to disable sudo related logging for successful command execution under CentOS/Fedora?

You can disable sudo related log messages via adding something like Defaults:juser !syslog to the sudoers file. That will disable logging to syslog. But under e.g. CentOS/Fedora there is an auditd ...
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How to modify the default setting adopted by xrandr when connecting an external monitor?

I am confronted with a problem when connecting the external monitor while the computer is open. At that point it seems that xrandr adopts one of the combinations that do not work. As a workaround to ...
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gnome-keyring usage without an x session

My use case is that I have a headless server that software development is performed on. I ussually enable X11 forwarding for the SSH connections to it, but I can't for distant locations with slow ...
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How can I minimise all GNOME/Wayland windows from the command line?

Before switching to Wayland I would minimise all GNOME Shell windows with the following command: wmctrl -k on ...but both wmctrl and xdotool are X11-only applications. What CLI command can I use to ...
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Lenovo T440s battery status unknown, but charging?

I'm trying to configure my Lenovo on arch linux. The last thing I need to do is get the battery 100% working. Right now it appears that the main battery's state is unknown: ...
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Numpad emulation

My new laptop (Dell Inspiron 5578) has no numeric pad. Many laptops without dedicated numpad keys have numpad accessible through Fn, but not this one. When I run xev and try to use traditional Fn ...
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ACPI group/action undefined: processor / LNXCPU

If I unplug my laptop from the AC adapter, I will get ACPI errors like these: May 07 21:45:04 veritas root[7067]: ACPI group/action undefined: processor / LNXCPU:00 May 07 21:45:04 veritas root[7076]:...
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Why ZFS scrub does not complete?

First off let's start with what I'm running. This is a home media server running Ubuntu 16.10. I have one pool of mirrored 6 terabyte drives that are about half full. I built the system about a month ...
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Gnome stop grabbing my emacs keys

I am using Gnome in Ubuntu 11.04. I work a lot in Emacs, and I find that the Gnome window manager grabs some of the Emacs keys. To some extent, I can stop this by laboriously going through each of ...
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Why does my terminal letter-spacing decrease when I disable a display return from using /dev/tty?

I've got a curious hardware situation, and I've run into a curious software quirk. I have a laptop with a broken screen that I have hooked up to an external display. I start up an X session and open a ...
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zsh can't input to terminal when piping stdin and stdout with variable command that has tty output

System info: macOS Sierra 10.12.6 zsh 5.4.2 (x86_64-apple-darwin16.7.0) GNU bash, version 4.4.12(1)-release (x86_64-apple-darwin16.3.0) Scroll to the EXAMPLES at the bottom if you just want to dig ...
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What are the costs of increasing `/proc/sys/fs/inotify/max_user_watches` value?

In order to watch my home directory and all subdirectories recursively for 60 seconds: $ inotifywatch -v -r -t 60 /path You may get Failed to watch /path; upper limit on inotify watches reached! ...

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