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Hamachi Gateway under Linux

Has anybody successfully gotten Hamachi working on a Linux server working as a gateway? Any help getting that setup? I'm in a dorm room (so I am pretty much forced to use Hamachi instead of OpenVPN) ...
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Computer-to-Computer network between OS X and Linux

I want to make a connection point to point via wifi between Mac and Linux. What I did was: I have created Computer-To-Computer network in OS X I have set manually an ip address for Mac, ...
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mounting a multi-drive USB enclosure in linux

I have a OWC Mercury Elite 2-bay USB drive enclosure (OWCMEPT934AL2C). I have it set on "individual" settings for the disks, so the 2 disks show up as two separate drives on my Mac (no raid, or ...
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AWS Load Balancer is slow?

I realize I should probably ask this question on AWS forums but I tend to get quicker responses here. I'm trying to setup a load balanced environment in AWS. I have two EC2 instances that are ...
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Amplify alsa capture beyond 100%?

I'm using ALSA. The volume of my mic is so low that even 100% of capture volume is not enough in a skype conversation. Is there any way to amplify the capture volume beyond 100%? I cannot use ...
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Read and parse perf.data

I am recording a performance counters frm linux using the command perf record. I want to use the result perf.data as an input to other programming apps. Do you know how shall I read and parse the ...
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Export Power Point presentations to flash with control buttons on Linux

I need to export *.pps, *.ppt, *.ppsx, and *.pptx files to .swf files. On Windows I used iSpring for Power Point, and worked well. This is the result of iSpring: I am searching for an ...
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Making grub boot into chroot directory

I am trying to make grub boot into a chroot directory /slack containing a Slackware Linux installation. This directory was created by issuing the following command: installpkg --root /slack a/*.t?z ...
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Choose between multiple keyboard layouts for different users in GDM3

I am trying to set up a computer with multiple users each with different preferred keyboard layouts. The biggest sticking point right now is allowing each to log in comfortably. GDM used to offer a ...
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No DisplayPort output via DisplayPort→HDMI adapter from Nvidia card using Linux on Thinkpad W520

I have a Thinkpad W520 laptop with Nvidia Quadro 1000M graphics running Debian testing (“wheezy”) and Nvidia driver version 295.40-1. The graphics mode is set to discrete in the BIOS. I would like to ...
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XRDP: window manager not starting

I have setup my Ubuntu server so that I can connect and login to XRDP from Windows remote desktop. My problem is that after logging in, no window-manager is started. It only displays a single ...
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Why boot fails with bios SATA Mode as AHCI?

In a nutshell, I am trying to figure out for some Jetway engineers and myself, why the custom bios they made me does not allow SATA devices to boot in AHCI mode. Obviously, this is difficult to ask ...
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Ubuntu linux - new “MIDI” device diagnostic software?

I'm looking for software that will tell me if a particular USB device meets the MIDI standard. I have a new Madcatz wireless USB controller, that I suspect will need a special driver before it's ...
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Case-sensitive error in compiler's building using crosstool-ng under Cygwin

When I try to build gcc cross-compiler using crosstool-ng under Cygwin (running in Windows 7) I have the following message: $ /opt/ng-crosstool/bin/ct-ng build [INFO ] Performing some trivial sanity ...
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Fedora: Access dynamic disk created in windows

I recently decided to migrate from windows to fedora*. Now, my problem is that my main disk was a dynamic disk. I thought I had a vague memory of this working in linux (to be specific, fedora 16), but ...
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How to use an old Kingston DataTraveler Vault Privacy USB flash drive on Linux?

My company provides me a DTVP with hardware AES encryption two years ago and the CDrom image does only contain tools for Windows and MacOS X. Kingston products now have support for Linux. Current ...
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Gnome 3 move window to 2nd monitor?

I am running Mint Linux 12 with Gnome 3. My setup has 2 screen. I am wondering if there is a program to move the windows to a 2nd monitor? Something like display fusion for Linux that makes a button ...
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Multiple GPUs in Linux - how to specify which GPU runs X windows

I have been running Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1 on a system with a GTX 480. Recently I added a 3GB GTX 580, as my CUDA application requires more memory than I have on the 480. Due to space issues in ...
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why can't I create directories in virtual box shared folder? Windows 7 host, arch linux guest

I'm mounting a shared folder in an arch linux guest on a windows 7 host in Virtual Box. The shared folder's filesystem is ext3 and is mounted in windows 7 with Ext2Fsd. I mount the shared folder at ...
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tar performance writing to disk

When writing to disk (SATA) I've noticed tar seems to have a large performance hit. I'm trying to copy a, relatively, large file (556MB) across my local network as part of a backup. Trying the typical ...
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Why is 64 bit OS version packaged with both 32 and 64 bit libraries?

I installed SuSE 64 bit version, and i saw it has libraries (Samba), installed with both 32 and 64 bit versions. We used to upgrade only the 64 bit version of libraries of Samba in our software ...
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Bluetooth over IP?

It seems to be possible to run USB over IP, e.g. using usbip which is part of some Linux distros e.g. https://www.archlinux.org/packages/?q=usbip Is there something similar for Bluetooth over IP? ...
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Restrict port access per application

I'm currently working on a platform that will allow other users to run their applications on my platform. Though, we need to be able to restrict this application in terms of RAM, CPU usage, network ...
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Prevent ARP spoofing in AP, “wl deauthenticate” command

I am in a situation where I cannot do MAC filtering in an AP and I need to block a user that is ARP spoofing the network. I am trying to use the command wl deauthenticate to kick the client. And I ...
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Unzip .gz file when line order is important

I am trying to unzip fastq.gz files and then analyze the sequencing data within them. However, later analysis is dependent on preservation of line (line 1 from zipped file must be line 1 in unzipped ...
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Problems with (local) mount at boot (sysvinit)

During boot, some/many mount points in /etc/fstab are not mounted. The /etc/mtab file contains these mount points - my understanding is that the system believes the filesystems are already mounted. ...
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SCP - The authenticity of host can't be established (But cant enter anything at prompt)

In windows 7 command prompt I enter: scp -W Scp\password.txt -P 22 xxxx@xxxx.xxxx.com:/home/xxxx/xxxx/xxxxxxx.csv After this I get the message: Do you want to trust this new host key and ...
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Something “kills” my Apache-PHP-Processes after some time

I have the following really strange problem and hope, you guys can help me out. If there are any questions, I'll try answer them as best as i can. The problem I have a web server with Debian 6.0, ...
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Winbind not enumerating users and groups of trusted domain

I'm using Samba 4.1.6-Ubuntu in Ubuntu 14.04, for authenticating users from two domains with a one-way cross-forest trust between them. Samba machine is joined to DOMAINA, while DOMAINB is the trusted ...
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No HDMI output on Debian 8 laptop

WHAT DOESN'T WORK: I'm running Debian 8 on a Dell M4800 laptop and I'm unable to get it to talk to a new external monitor via either HDMI or DisplayPort. The Debian 8 (Mate) Live USB also does not ...
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Upgrading glibc in centos 6.6

My server is using glibc-2.12.x. when I install certain packages it gives an error.Dependency not found glibc-2.14 or above is required.When I try using yum install glibc* it says server is already ...
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ConsoleKit reports active/is-local only on the second+ login

Running KDE Frameworks 5, Plasma 5, using sddm as a display manager. ConsoleKit and PAM-linux are both installed. Upon login (using the sddm login screen), ck-list-sessions returns FALSE for both ...
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custom GUI app in GNOME, desktop file & app menu

I made a custom QML app and a .desktop file for it: [Desktop Entry] Comment= Terminal=false Name=ProjectPad Exec=/home/emmanuel/home/projectpad/.cabal-sandbox/bin/projectpad Type=Application ...
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udev rule script “xinput --list” differs in terminal versus log

I'm trying to automate a Huion tablet calibration without much success. I have this output from xinput --list in a normal terminal: ⎡ Virtual core pointer id=2 [master ...
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How to configure interface for FPGA using Red Hawk SDR

I would like to start using the Red Hawk SDR with a custom data acquisition board, but the documentation does not seem clear enough on exactly how to interface with custom FPGA based hardware. Is ...
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How do I block with specific string with IPTABLES?

Want to block this URL STRING with IPTABLES. Need to know specific command. "GET /affiliate/5/campaigns?api_key=duO5gVw3s0&affiliate_id=67647&format=json HTTP/1.0" 404 785 "-" "Dalvik/1.6.0 ...
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How can I recover a partition after luksFormat?

How can I recover an ext4 partition after luksFormat? It was late one night when I decided to try gnome-shell 3.16 without messing up my Ubuntu box. So, I downloaded an Antergos image and booted it. ...
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udev rule to auto-execute script

I want to create a udev rule to execute when my headset gets plugged in. Therefore I followed this Tutorial, but my rule doesn't seem to work. The output of udevadm monitor --environment | fgrep ...
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USB 3.0 Trouble

I am using a WD Elements Portable 1TB USB 3.0 2.5" disk bought in May 2014 to backup data of my desktop machine. rsync runs smoothly without any error messages. However upon restoring data from the ...
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Ms office 2010 not working in fedora 22 in wine

i am new in Linux, Using fedora 22 beta. i have installed wine. Then installed ms office standard 2010 package. Everything was okay except the Ms power point.Then thought as we do in windows, i will ...
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Getting 4K@60Hz via ATI R9 290 display-port on Panasonic TC65-AX-800U

Hi I have an AMD R9 290 card, under linux, with the proprietary Catalyst 14.50.2 driver; the AMD Card only Has HDMI-1.x which can't do 4K@60Hz, but it does have display port which is capable of ...
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slow scroll in ssh connection after a while (why?)

Remote server with screen. After some time any command with a lots of lines of output causes significant scroll lag. It happens with different terminal emulators: konsole, xterm, lilyterm, ...
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Setting up Wi-Fi using USB adapter on Ubuntu 12.04

I have tried in vain to set up my Ubuntu 12.04 laptop as a Wi-Fi hotspot; it says Your wireless card does not support Access Point mode I had to resort to a USB Wi-Fi adapter, and I purchased ...
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Configure firewalld to distinguish home and public ethernet connection

I connect my notebook via ethernet at home and outside. I want to open some ports for services like samba only at home and not somewhere else. How can i let firewalld automatically detect where i am, ...
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Why might a partition show up in `mount` but not `df`?

If I compare this $> sudo mount | grep sdb /dev/sdb1 on /windows type fuseblk (rw,nosuid,nodev,allow_other,default_permissions,blksize=4096) /dev/sdb2 on /store type ext4 (rw) with this $> ...
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How to limit the USB bandwidth a device can allocate on Linux

How do you put an cap on the amount of bandwidth a USB device can allocate on Linux? I have a couple of cheap USB webcams that I'm trying to running simeltaneously. Running v4l2-ctl ...
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setup vcan interface to be activated on boot

I want to setup a virtual SocketCAN interface on boot. The following lines do what I want (manually): ip link add dev vcan0 type vcan ip link set up vcan0 (or) ip link add dev vcan0 up type vcan ...
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Using Virtual Box to install Ubuntu Server 14.04 on an external hard drive

I'm trying to install Ubuntu 14.04 onto a server hard drive. The server machine I have only supports booting to CD/DVD, not USB. When I've tried burning the Ubuntu 14.04 installer to a DVD for ...
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Install ubuntu on ssd disk fail

I have just bought a SSD to update my old laptop. However I cannot install lubuntu on it, it stops and keeps repeating the same messages ata3: hard resetting link ata3: SATA link up 1,5 Gbps (SStatus ...
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How to count number of files in “.tar” files inside another, nested “.tar” file without extraction?

There are many solutions out there on counting of files inside a .tar file. But I have not found a solution to count number of files in .tar files inside another .tar file without extraction. For ...