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qBittorrent hangs when daemonized with Supervisor

I want to use qbittorrent-nox (a version without desktop GUI) on my Debian server. Everything works fine if I run it directly from an interactive shell. When trying to daemonize it with supervisor ...
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In a dual monitor setup, how to find which monitor a given window is on?

I am writing a python script to resize and organize windows, just like the grid plugin does in compiz-fusion(except that I am on Debian Wheezy). I am using xrandr and wmctrl to get the resolutions of ...
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Bootmessages disappear and other boot oddities

(1) After cloning my root partition to an SSD and breaking and fixing things a number of times along the way, my system no longer shows the outputs from the rc-scripts on the console during boot. I ...
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How to display on external monitor the correct number of lines in Linux console

I have a Debian Linux laptop connected to an LCD monitor via HDMI. Every so often, when I am connected to a console (as opposed to an X-Windows session), the last three lines are hidden off the bottom ...
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Installing different keyboard layout on live debian image

I've downloaded a debian vm image for some testing: http://exploit-exercises.com/download (280mb) It's a Debian Squeeze machine. I want to use the Belgian layout (which is AZERTY) in stead of the ...
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Take back Ctrl-/ from Debian console configuration

My Debian Testing console is stealing my Ctrl-/ and using it as Backspace; Ctrl-/ is the single key-press Undo in bash and emacs. After some research, it looks like the Ctrl-/ -> Backspace mapping ...
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Jittery console after booting into Debian?

This is a weird problem. I think the main thing that's stopping me from fixing it myself is that I can't Google it because I have no idea what terminology I should use. So I installed Debian today as ...
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file to store the bash settings for a virtual terminal

When You press [ALT+F1...F6] on Linux machine You see "virtual terminal" usually. When I log in via virtual terminal on my Debian machine - bash does not implement settings from $HOME/.bashrc and ...
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Where are the keymaps in Debian? (Using loadkeys to change keymap.)

From the actual console (e.g. Ctrl-Alt-F3), I'd like to use sudo loadkeys dvorak as in ubuntu. While that automagically works in Ubuntu, Debian wants me to locate a keymap file. I don't have the ...