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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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Mpg123 play previous file

Is it possible to use mpg123 to play previous file? My normal usage on using mpg123 $ mpg123 somefolder/*.mp3 I know that to pause we can use Ctlr+Z, and fg to resume, Ctrl+C to play next song, ...
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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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Is there a terminal supporting embeded graph under linux? [closed]

everyone. I want to know if there is a graphic terminal which support viewing images inline. The ipython qtconsole is very cool because it has the '%matplotlib inline' magic. But I'd like to use ...
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134 views

Command for printing output to console and file at same time on different threads

I am writing a bash script and would like the very last command to start as a separate process. The last command also sends all output to a file. I also, however, want the output to still appear on ...
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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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Systemwide Alarm?

When I am on a console-only machine, I often find myself knee-deep in screen. But, I would like to make an alarm call to get me off to my day job. Is there a utility or command of some kind that ...
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How to run process in background with output in file after some foreground input/output actions on linux?

I start a process and interact with it (some input actions) in foreground, then it works for a long time, so I put it to bg and logout. I want to redirect error messages in text file, while process in ...
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Bash rename to time

How can I rename a file to match the current (rounded) time. If it is for example 10:55 or 11:05 then I would like to rename it to 11. Something like this: mv file.txt file_`date +%H`.txt but with ...
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222 views

See all output from commands performed inside screen

I am using screen (http://www.gnu.org/software/screen/manual/screen.html) to access my minecraft console. I created a server in /etc/init.d, and have minecraft running in the background. Then, to ...
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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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How to persist my console setfont choice?

I have a BeagleBone Black, with a 4.3" LCD Cape. It's running the up-to-date angstrom distribution. I'm running with Gnome/X disabled, so I just have a simple text console on my display at the moment. ...
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Is it possible to highlight the non-breakable space in zsh / terminal?

I’m looking for possibility to somehow highlight the non-breakable space (\xA0) in the shell output to distinguish it from the normal space during debug sessions. E. g., I would like to see the output ...
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Can I pipe/redirect a console application through netcat so it can be used remotely?

Is it possible to 'pipe' an instance of a console application through netcat, so netcat is listening for a new connection and redirects the stdin and stdout over the network connection.
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1answer
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Understanding the terminal and shell interaction

For a long while my understanding about a terminal in unix-like systems has been that it launches the shell process and provides a user interface to it by communicating with it over it's stdin, stdout ...
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1answer
173 views

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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1answer
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How to make the linux framebuffer console narrower?

I've just a installed a Debian Wheezy box (Debian 7.0rc1). By default, the console is displayed using the frame buffer, and due to a certain hardware setup I won't go into, this comes out too wide on ...
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How do I make Linux use a screen connected to its second display port (VGA) instead of its first (DVI) for console?

My computer has a graphics card with a DVI port (port 1) and a VGA port (port 2). How can I make the console on Linux display on port 2 instead of port 1? During POST, everything is mirrored on both ...
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Display indic font on Linux virtual console

I want to display the Indian language on the virtual console screen. Is it possible? What is the default console font? I want to change the language in Linux' kernel source itself. So when the user ...
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1answer
308 views

How can I easily toggle between Dvorak and Qwerty keyboard layouts from a Linux system console?

I switch between Dvorak and Qwerty keyboard layouts, and frequently find myself with mismatched layouts on my host operating system and a Linux virtual machine. How can I easily switch the layout ...
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1answer
69 views

Unable to launch app from /usr/bin

OK, this question may sound too basic, but this doesn't mean I'm not still a bit confused : I'm running OS X 10.6.8 (shouldn't make much difference though, the issue is more like *nix-specific) I ...
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Is it possible for Windows' command prompt to display the correct charters when connected to a linux machine via SSH?

I'm sorry for the long question, but I wanted to make sure it got the point across. The thing is, that no matter what I do, when I use a linux-based console application that uses ncurses, via SSH ...
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503 views

Capturing the console output

I am running a Hadoop hive query from shell script. This is how I am doing it in my shell script. echo "SELECT COUNT(*) FROM test" | hive I want to capture the output whatever hive command outputs. ...
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1answer
126 views

How to return to shell prompt in xterm linux?

When I do this: [myuser@myserver ~]$ find . -type f -name "*Myfile* -name "*20130*" > It enters ">" mode, and I can't exit it. How do I retun to shell prompt?
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How to force GPG to use console-mode pinentry to prompt for passwords?

Whenever I try to use gpg from a console-based environment such as ssh sessions it fails because the GTK pinentry dialog cannot be shown in a SSH session. I tried unset DISPLAY but it does not help ...
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1answer
546 views

links 2.7 and magnet links

I use transmission-daemon and web interface for downloading torrent and text browsers (links, lynx). How I can handle magnet-links in text browsers? I added x-scheme/magnet with transmission-daemon ...
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1answer
134 views

How to output a simple network activity plot in console in Linux?

There's tload that plots load average. There's iftop that network usage as bars. How to do something like this: # tcpdump -i eth0 --plot 'host 1.2.3.4' 13:45:03 | | 0 in 0 ...
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Console program settings

I have a generalized program to be run both in windows and linux. When I run the program in the windows console it halts at a point where the .sh file is to be executed with a window popping asking ...
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graphic error on console

I have Linux on an embedded system. There is no graphic system, but I still have graphic errors. For example, if I type: ifconfig eth2 hw ether 00:0e:8c:d0:59:d2 I see: ifconfig eth2 hw ...
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1k views

Linux\unix: best console email client [closed]

On my laptop I try to create an environment that will be kept to a minimum of the mouse usage. I use awesome wm and firefox+vimperator. Unfortunately, in the case of email, I have not yet worked out ...
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Creating a symbolic link not in the working directory

the command usually works like a charm but this one ln -si GIT/Settings/session ./.mozilla/firefox/foo.default/ just creates some kind of broken link shown as a file. Why is that? Even sudo ln -fs ...
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1answer
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Linux console resolution too high

I am using Debian squeeze (2.6.32-5-amd64) on a single board computer powered by as Intel Atom CPU D425 the graphic controller is detected as "VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation N10 Family" ...
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1answer
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Linux terminal - frozen update of input but can execute commands?

How do I restart a shell session from within SSH when it looks something like this: anton@ubuntu:~$ c: command not found anton@ubuntu:~$ lib ...
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Is there any Linux tool to switch a given console to graphics mode?

Is there any Linux command tool to set a console to graphics mode? By graphics mode, I mean the mode you can get with calling the following ioctl to a given tty. ioctl(fd, KDSETMODE, KD_GRAPHICS); ...
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Programming languages, Linux and windows shell access [closed]

What is a difference between Linux and Windows shell access tool? In some programming languages (web languages from my experience) when you need to execute some command - you need to specify path to ...
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fail2ban console error message

I constantly receiving this message on my console (where I'm currently logged in). I was banned via fail2ban about week ago using 3 time wrong password on scp command. But now I can used it again. ...
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1answer
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Reset display resolution from console in Linux Mint

I have a Linux Mint 13 Xfce in a VMware Workstation 8 VM and set the resolution from 800x600 to 1280x768 and now I get permanently logged out when I try to login. I knew how to get back to my old ...
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What's the most powerful text mode browser in GNU/Linux? [closed]

for these features: key customization mouse support image support javascript support(for google reader, etc) CJK support and in active development...
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305 views

Windows 7: Strange behavior of console commands. Windows understand Linux

Somehow, my Windows 7 started tp understand Linux commands like cp, mv, rm, ls While it has been useful I want to know, what is it and what do I need to install for this feature?
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How to find folders over 1GB and execute another command in linux terminal?

I want to find the folders which sizes are over 1GB and then if they are over then I want to erase them. I found some commands like find /some/path -type d -size +1G -exec ls {} \; or du -h ...
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How to change input keyboard layout while in console?

I need to change layout of keyboard while working in console in Linux. I need to setup English layout as default for console. How to do it?
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608 views

Hiragana console font for GNU/Linux?

This guide doesn't give the information I need, saying only: Please be aware that japanese is not possible on purely console mode, unless you have an advanced text mode AND a special software. ...
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1answer
372 views

Create movies from images and sound files scripting transitions using Linux console?

I need a Linux command-line program that can: Accept some kind of scripting language capable of transitions (fade, scale...) Generate movie files like AVI, MKV etc from images like JPG, PNG, and ...
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2answers
122 views

mysql when in command line how to jump previous line

How to jump previous line when in mysql console ? i want jump to FROM line ? Sory for my bad english.
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2answers
107 views

mouse interaction with ls output - click to open

I would like to be able to (double) click a file from the ls output and open it with the associated program. Anyone knows a way to do this? Mouse-console interaction is possible with GPM and links ...
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2answers
351 views

GNU Screen: Combining split-regions and full-screen sessions

Let's say I have three sessions: 0, 1 and 2 I'm on session 0 and I press CTRL-A S to split the screen. Then I select session 1 for the bottom split region, while 0 is in the upper. Can I switch to ...
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1answer
546 views

VMWare: Redirect linux console beep to sound card

I'm sitting in a large office of 20 people or so. I - as others - have headphones, so we do not disturb each other. The problem is that when my guest Linux beeps it "appears" on my laptop's internal ...
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How to stop kernel messages from flooding my console?

I'm using Centos 6, rsyslog logging. Console is flooded with kernel messages. Klogd is not running (I'm using rsyslog) Rsyslog config does not direct anything to the console Even tried stopping ...
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1answer
172 views

How to redraw Linux console [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to correct the unrecognizable code in my debian? I printed the contents of a file(/var/log/wtmp) with non-ascii characters in my Bash console, which caused my ...
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How to get back the control of the screen/keyboard on my Linux system

I have a Linux system running (Debian). It is working perfectly from a remote point of view. I can ssh in it, it has the imap running correctly, and a couple of kvm systems running (I can also ssh to ...