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How to share a USB device from Linux to Windows/Linux?

I have a tiny Linux box (think Raspberry Pi or similar) with a few USB ports. This tiny box shares its (ethernet + wifi) network with a few Windows/Linux computers. How can I access the content of a ...
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Linux USB device won't work after power up without replugging

I have an USB device (eGalax Toucscreen controller) that won't work if the computer is powered on with the device plugged (' device not accepting address'). It however works, if plugged in after the ...
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Can I allocate IPv6 addresses to directories of my web server?

I am running an apache server on a Debian machine and I have 1 IPv4 addresses and 20 IPv6 addresses. I want to run two websites of this server, can I allocate a directory an IPv6 address so that I can ...
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Git commit over SSH not recognizing remote repository

I have 2 machines, client and server. I want to send git repositories from client to server, using remote push. I've run these commands in this order on the server: mkdir /mnt && cd /mnt ...
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Recursive find-replace using sed with URLs

I have a large set of files in which I need to replace a full URL scheme. Some filenames contain spaces. After much searching and rial and error, this is the closest I've come: find /somedir -type f ...
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Pass a path with parenthesis and space in system call inside awk script

Inside my simple awk script, I call system command #!/bin/bash Test='/home/software/Other/new (Applet)' ls "${Test}" var=$(ls "${Test}") echo $var awk -vTest="$var" 'BEGIN { ...
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How can I configure an interface with many static IPs

I am setting up a machine that I will use in a test network and which will host many web sites. I would like this host to have many (on the order of 20k) IP addresses. I know I could add them all ...
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How to tell what are my startup files for sh or bash?

From this question I understand that depending on the operating system sh and bash behave differently. Doing env and alias I can tell that: Every time I open a OSX Terminal or run bash the variable ...
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What's the equivalent of .bashrc for CentOS?

By configuring ~/.bashrc as desired, each time the user logs into their bash shell the configured settings (of .bashrc) will automatically be set. Now I must be missing something but despite thorough ...
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The installation dialog box does not show up after booting from my bootable USB which has Ubuntu in it

I used to create bootable USBs in the following way and it used to work perfectly fine: sudo mount -o loop /path to iso/ /media/iso cp -a /media/iso/. /path to usb flash drive/ sudo syslinux -s ...
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Qlogic qla2xxx fibre channel HBA not displayed by targetcli

I'm experimenting with FC with a view to setting up a SAN but appear to be stuck at the first hurdle - I can't seem to get targetcli to give me the option of using my qla2xxx card as a target. I've ...
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TRESOR kernel patch linux 3.6.2 kernel

I am trying to apply a kernel patch that should achieve that CPU takes care of encryption and therefore making cold boot attacks impossible on my PC. https://www1.cs.fau.de/tresor ...
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dropbox keeps asking to login and link every reboot

It appears that on each reboot my dropbox forgets settings and wants to re-link the same device. I installed dropbox.py, which in turn installed ~/.dropbox-dist. I ran it successfully and "linked" ...
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no write permissions when mounting netatalk share on OS X

I know there are few posts about it, but I haven't found a solution for my problem, so it might be different: In order to exclude all interference factors I want to setup a simple setup first: I want ...
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Xulrunner crash when running with underprivileged user

I use SlimerJs as an headless browser on a server. Because the server have no xserver I used xvfb to run it. The command goes something like this: xvfb-run --server-args="-screen 0, 1024x768x24" ...
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CentOS 7 - resolution on login screen

Ive set the screen resolution on my CentOS 7 VM. But although the resolution is correct once I've logged in, the login screen resolution is far too high. I cannot find a way to change it. Does anyone ...
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Is running ldconfig inside fakeroot possible?

I am trying to run debian wheezy in chroot (got debian files from https://github.com/tianon/docker-brew-debian/blob/02108ee636f54b504e2aec4ee7bb59a2de8a5b99/wheezy/rootfs.tar.xz) That is the way i'm ...
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Cut connection if VPN down

How can I effectively cut my Internet connection as soon as my VPN is down, avoiding my leaking my actual IP address? I have tried creating a rule in Gufw to just allow traffic to my newly assigned ...
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Add only non-python packages to path when installing anaconda

After downloading Anaconda and installing by: bash Anaconda-2.x.x-Linux-x86[_64].sh I was prompted for adding anaconda to the path. I wanted to do this to run spyder from terminal. This however, ...
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how to check what version of bfd I am using?

I have encountered a bug when running the gcc command on a Linux machine, and on Googling the bug I found that people say, it has been fixed in a newer revision of the bfd library. Searching further, ...
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How can I install CentOS on the Windows Intel Compute Stick

Intel Compute Stick comes in two versions: one with Windows 8.1 and one with Ubuntu, but the Linux version has half the RAM and far less internal storage and nearly impossible to buy. So I am ...
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Red Hat Linux Cron Daemon Time Error

I have a legacy system that is running Red Hat Linux 5.4 and the cron daemon will not start. It stopped suddenly, I verified the CMOS time and the system time are correct. I've tried resyncing with ...
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Is my SSD failing?

I've started getting these messages intermittently (see below). I got a whole lot of them several days ago, then they stopped. They occurred again last night, and stopped after the last line below. ...
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cgi program refuses to setuid root

I have a C .cgi program that runs and mostly works. However, I need it to do some file manipulation, so I chown root & chmod +s the .cgi program: -rwsr-sr-x 1 root root 59140 2015-07-20 13:39 ...
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Linux box as network gateway changes source address

I have a Ubuntu Server box(A) with an IPSec tunnel to another datacenter(AWS, through a VPC VPN). The tunnel is fine and I can ping the other side of the tunnel. The problem is when I try to ...
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Beaglebone DHCP Server Assigns its Own IP Address

I'm trying to run a DHCP server on my Beaglebone Black (running Debian), and I want to give it a static IP address - 192.168.17.1 - but it keeps assigning itself its own different IP address - ...
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Linux server as a firewall between two other computers [closed]

I have 3 VMs: A -> B -> C I want to setup B as a firewall. Traffic is routed from A to C through B, and I put a file on C. How do I show that B works as a firewall? Can I first show that you are ...
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Fedora/DNF: How to remove all packages on which no other package depends on

My Problem I wanted to build a piece of software by hand. So I installed all of its dependencies using dnf install <a> <b> <c>. Then I didn't need that piece of software any more, ...
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no CUDA-capable device is detected (using ubuntu 12.04.4 server)

Migrating this post from stack overflow where it was closed because I feel it is useful I recently installed the cuda toolkit 5.5 with driver 331.67 (I have a GeForce GTX 680). For some reason, I ...
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What is the default location for dll on a linux system?

After researshes, I know dll files can be used under linux system. I'm able to use them when I have a specific path to give. Is there a path where to put them which linux look up automatically, ...
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gnome 3.14, set default audio out as SPDIF

using gnome 3.14 under debian stable. every boot, i get sound on both aux output and SPDIF. and the volume widget/shorcuts will only change the volume on aux. when i open the audio settings, then it ...
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Linux (Ubunu) only boots sometimes from GRUB - Windows boots fine everytime? [closed]

I have a strange boot problem: I have a Lenovo E540 laptop with an SSD harddisk. It had Windows installed when it was delivered, and I install Ubuntu GNOME 14.04 along with the default Grub ...
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fedora 22 synaptics touchpad not working

I just received a new Dell Vostro notebook. The touchpad works fine when I boot into setup, or a Windows install DVD, but with Fedora 22 workstation (live and installed), the mouse pointer appears but ...
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Apache Processes Randomly go to high CPU for 25 minutes on EC2/RHEL/Glassfish4 [migrated]

I have a server that receives large POST (100,000 chars max) requests and passes them back to a Glassfish4 application server using mod_jk. The requests are POST requests with a content-type of ...
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Cannot start xserver on client after mounting root directory on NFS share

As the title suggests, I'm having issues starting an X session on my client machine. Client is a Raspberry Pi 2 running Raspbian, this was setup and configured to auto login and launch Chromium at ...
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Particular bash bc usage not storing result in variable

Unfortunately this result in a empty variable, and bc command print its result to terminal anyway while trying to attribute to aux aux=&(bc -l <<< "scale = 5; ...
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Environment Variable PHPRC got ignored

I'm using ubuntu 14.04 with php5 version 5.5.9 and starting php via spawn-fcgi. In the fcgi starter script I added an environment variable PHPRC and exporting this variable. export ...
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Fail device in md RAID when ATA stops responding

I had created five 1TB HDD partitions (/dev/sda1, /dev/sdb1, /dev/sdc1, /dev/sde1, and /dev/sdf1) in a RAID 6 array called /dev/md0 using mdadm on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Trusty Tahr. The command sudo mdadm ...
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Connecting via windows remote control to Centos(Xrdp)

I'm having a problem of printing text in code editor via rdp. I think problem a rise a specially using shift + key and F1- F6 keys, for example: When trying to print ":", I usually get: ...
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How do I prevent GNOME/openSUSE from changing which screen a program is on?

I'm using GNOME 2.28.2 and openSUSE 11 with two monitors. I keep my file browser on my left screen and my pdf reader on the right screen. When I open a new pdf from the file browser on my left screen, ...
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KVM inserts CD ROM at reboot even if kickstart has “reboot --eject”

When installing a VM on KVM host with a kcikstart profile that specifies "reboot --eject" option, on one specific host in our lab, the CD is re-mounted and the installation starts again. For another ...
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Tool for filling the mac address slots in router?

i learnt a linux tool a couple of weeks ago that could send random mac address to the router, thus filling the cam table and after taking all the empty slots could cause a kind of denial of service, ...
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ssh into local machine from remote maching

I would like to ssh into my local machine, from a remote ssh shell. by looking at ifconfig $ ifconfig wlan0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 60:d8:19:24:bd:8b inet addr:137.44.181.163 ...
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how do I grep only the user created profiles among all users in linux ?

From the below output , I just want celesial and neetish user I can't figure how to do it though . celestial@celestial:~$ sudo repquota / *** Report for user quotas on device ...
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How to clone failing system disk to preserve all settings/installed software?

I have an internal 320GB SATA HDD which is showing signs of impending failure (errors while copying,SMART status etc.). I have another internal HDD available with me to which I would like to migrate ...
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How to access router from virtualbox guest windows system?

My router has printserver (192.168.1.1:9100) My host system is linux (192.168.1.200) My guest system is windows How to access router's printserver from guest system? Should I use "bridged network"? ...
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Execute command after broken SSH connection

Is there a way to execute a command after an SSH connection is broken (blackout etc.)? When I normally log off I can just use .bash_logout but I don't know what to do when my connection breaks.
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Filezilla not asking for SSH-key password under LXQt

I can not connect to my webhoster with SSH Key in filezilla under LXQt. Filezilla does not ask for the SSH-key password like GNOME does, and says authentication was not possible und no connection was ...
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How to test ARM Ubuntu under Qemu the easiest way?

I would like to play with ARM version of Ubuntu (with graphical support) under Qemu, but I have problems finding any tutorial on how to get it done most easily (I would prefer to just download some ...
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Can kexec be used to start Linux on a separate partition?

Assume I have two partitions. Each contains a full installation of a different distribution. I know kexec is like using one kernel as a bootloader to start another. But can this process be used to ...