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sudo -i apt-get update apt-get upgrade apt-get dist-upgrade Generally packages kept back if they didnt dependencies/supported libraries. Do that & I am sure it will help you.


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I use the interactive package solver of aptitude: run sudo aptitude. Then type U (that is capital u) to say you want to upgrade it all. It will tell you that there are conflict, and will make a proposal to solve it. use e to enter the interactive solver, and then . (dot) and , (comma) to iterate over the different solution it will find, then ! to accept one ...


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I use Plex Media Server installed on an Intel NUC running Ubuntu ... these are my fstab entries to mount a share on a QNAP NAS: //10.0.10.222/Media/ /media/droid-NAS-mount/Media cifs guest,rw,auto,iocharset=utf8,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777 0 0 //10.0.10.222/BACKUPS/ /media/droid-NAS-mount/Backups cifs ...


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You Must Mount your file system nfs befor start init in linux you must config partion in /etc/fstab and don't forget found default mount directory of your software and mount your nfs See Example : http://xmodulo.com/2012/04/how-to-mount-nfs-share-as-regular-user.html


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chrome 35 dropped support for NPAPI which basically breaks all plugnis (except for a handful that have been written for the new api.h https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=379425


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@kK-Storm Thank you for the link to download older version of Skype for Debian. I needed, downloaded, and installed this older version. In order to install this old package to a Debian Wheezy on an AMD64 platform, I had to follow instructions on this [link][1] to fix some dependency issues.


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aptget remove lightdm should work fine, if you want to remove it. If you just want to disable it, go to /etc/rc2.d and delete the one with lightdm in its name.


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Simple brace expansion: mkdir -p /mnt/ext_hdd/{A..Z} If you want all possible combinations, you could of course do {A..Z}{A..Z} and so on. If you want to test it, add an echo before the whole command.


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The answer is: man pam_umask usergroups If the user is not root, and the user ID is equal to the group ID, and the username is the same as primary group name, the umask group bits are set to be the same as owner bits (examples: 022 -> 002, 077 -> 007). Man ...


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What happens if you try the following: mkdir /mnt/md1 mount /dev/md1 /mnt/md1 mkdir /mnt/md2 mount /dev/md2 /mnt/md2 ? This will create empty folders to use as mount points and try to mount the raid filesystems if it can cleanly mount them (if it has any issues trying to mount them, then it will report the error and leave the drives untouched). If ...


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If you don't mind installing external tools, my call would be Pygments It is a generic syntax highlighter for general use in all kinds of software such as forum systems, wikis or other applications that need to prettify source code. Highlights are: a wide range of common languages and markup formats is supported special attention is paid to ...


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There is, in fact, an equivalent to 'press F6 and insert driver disk' and, yes, all drivers are BINARY and even binary, and yes, there is a stable ABI. In fact a massive amount of work goes into maintaining a stable and backward compatible ABI. But that's beside the point. If you have the driver module igb.ko or e1000e.ko, you can slap it on a USB disk ...


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Normally, no. When re-installing MySQL the existing databases are usually not removed. That's why you may see notes to drop the databases before you uninstall, if you go that way. However, if you're still unsure, create a backup copy of the contents of the data folder, which will contain all your databases. You'll see a lot of .frm files inside. Then after ...


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that's a TFTPD32 bug that happens when a client requests many TFTP transfers in a short period of time. You can try Serva as a TFTPD32 alternative (I'm related to Serva development)


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On my machine dhclient is restarted my NetworkManager when re-connecting to the network. So maybe you can use the start time of the dhclient process? ps -o start,cmd $(pgrep dhclient)


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You can take ownership of the whole /media/usb0/ directory: sudo chown -R $USER:$USER /media/mnt If you are using a desktop environment, it's automount daemon should take care of mounting the volume with correct permissions. Just make sure to remove /media/usbX lines from /etc/fstab If the volume is NTFS, make sure you have ntfs-3g installed.


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Skype is supported for Debian,: just choose, and he we are. And after you have downloaded it install it with: dpkg -i packetname.deb P.S. Just in case, if something goes wrong with the namely Debian package, you probably will get another chance with Ubuntu packet because they are both *.deb debian package format.


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After searching a bit, I found the ISO file at /tmp. Now I have some disk space and programs aren't failing to run anymore.


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find /home/projects -mtime +7 -type f -path '*/logs/*' -delete you can test the match by removing '-delete' and if used in a cron, it's a good idea to prepend it all with nice for lower cpu/io priority


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I got the problem fixed. The problem was that I had also my work network defined in ~/.cups/client.conf, and this made the lpstat -s freeze, and that made me realize that the system wasn't able to read the printers because of this. Thanks to @bnjmnrsr for the help :)


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After a looong debug session I found that the build and source links in /lib/modules/2.6.32-openvz-042stab090.5-amd64 to /usr/src and /usr/include were missing. Added them manually and it worked. Everyime happy that I can work in Linux where I can at least look into the source and debug...


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Comment out own_window_argb_visual and own_window_argb_value. To make the window transparent set own_window_transparent = true. To make the window have a white background color set own_window_transparent = false and own_window_colour = '#ffffff'. Edit: it seems you have to turn on BUILD_XDBE at compile time and comment out own_window_colour to get a ...


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I have absolutely no idea what might be happening... however, here's some stuff you can try in order to debug the problem: If that zip version has a -l flag, or something else to check what files are within the zip file without decompressing it, that might help. zip -l file.zip That will show you the contents of the zip file, so you should expect the ...


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You should look up file-based ACLs (FACL), as they're made to do what you are looking to do. The short version is you set the partition in question to track file-based acl permissions by editing your /etc/fstab and add the "acl": option: #example /dev/VolGroup00/LogVol02 / ext3 defaults,acl 1 1 Then you set the appropriate FACL on the directory you ...


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I as well had some trouble with missing dependencies, however the solution I found is a bit simpler than yours ( Thanks to linuxquestions.org ): Download the squeezy nspluginwrapper at the link: https://packages.debian.org/squeeze/...apper/download Download the Citrix icaclient at the link: http://www.citrix.com/downloads/citrix-receiver/linux Add the ...


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The error you see tell you that dpkg cannot install for a conflict with the previous version. dpkg: error processing /home/atc/downloads/virtualbox-4.3_4.3.12-93733~Debian~wheezy_amd64.deb (--install): conflicting packages - not installing virtualbox-4.3 Errors were encountered while processing: ...


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Google chrome v.35 dropped support to java. My suggestion, for now, is: downgrade to chrome v.34 install firefox -- Download site: http://mirror.pcbeta.com/google/chrome/deb/pool/main/g/google-chrome-stable/


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Had the same problem with a TV tuner card. Here is what to do: sudo apt-get install alsa-utils alsa-oss


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I don't use Gnome but I had a look at gnome-control-center and it looks like this is yet another useful function that the Gnome developers in their infinite wisdom decided to do away with. It looks like you need to go to "Region and Language" => "Input Sources" and there, you add Spanish. Don't ask me why a keyboard layout (or a language) is considered an ...


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Check this table in the Wikipedia: Comparison of file systems In the Limits section, you will find that the maximum filename length is 8.3 for FAT32 file systems. 8.3 filenames have at most eight characters, optionally followed by a period "." and a filename extension of at most three characters. For files with no extension, the ".", if present, ...


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Try: apt-get download packages-name


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The reason it does that is because the Debian-maintained versions of the packages do not work in later versions. For example, at my work, Moodle 1.9 is installed on Debian Squeeze (6.x). To do an apt-get dist-upgrade, it must remove that package, as there is an issue in the latest PHP that breaks something in Moodle. So no, trust the system. You can always ...


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If you cannot do it in your router i'd try with NAT in the machines. Do this in the Debian: iptables -t nat -I OUTPUT -d 84.251.xxx.xxx -p tcp --dport 80 -j DNAT --to-destination 192.168.1.87 This will redirect public IP port 80 to CentOS' private IP. If you want to redirect all ports remove the --dport 80 part. Note: I first thought of routes, but ...


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I think it has nothing to do with the images, but with the software used to view them - both formats (PNG/BMP) are raster graphics: In computer graphics, a raster graphics image, or bitmap, is a dot matrix data structure representing a generally rectangular grid of pixels, or points of color, viewable via a monitor, paper, or other display medium. ...


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OpenDNS 208.67.222.222 208.67.220.220 or OpenDNS for children safe-browsing 208.67.222.123 208.67.220.123


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The answer as above in the comments all relates to correct routing of the traffic. The ZTE w300 has its IP address. Laptop W with two IP addresses one for WiFi and One for Ethernet. Laptop D with one IP address for Ethernet. The static route on the ZTE w300 should state "Route Laptop-D-Ehternet-IP Mask x.x.x.x Laptop-W-WiFi-IP" which will push traffic ...


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Seems like the correct directory for plugins and extensions is: ~/.config/chromium/Default/Extensions # if you are using Chromium and ~/.config/google-chrome/Default/Extensions # if you are using Chrome At least, that's the way it is in my Debian system. Please note that ~ is your home dir. You will have to see what extension is the one you are ...


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Mime types for CSS and javascript should be enabled per default. Check if the mime module is loaded, by running: apachectl -M | grep mime It should return "mime_module (shared)". If not, enable the mime module by running sudo a2enmod mime If the mime module is enabled, but those types are not defined, you can add them to the file /etc/mime.types (for ...


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You can also calculate the item by vfs.fs.size[/,total] - vfs.fs.size[/,free] It looks like vfs.fs.size[/,used] has a history of being reported improperly.


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Sometimes when a system hangs while writing boot messages to the screen such as in your image, it's not the last line on the screen that gives a clue as to what is going wrong, but the next one, that hasn't been written yet. On the machine that successfully boots, do you get the "NX-protecting" and "dracut:" lines in the boot messages? If so, what is the ...


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According to the documentation: Cautious system administrators may want only a few select system users to be able to connect to their proftpd server--all other users are to be denied access. The LOGIN command group is designed for just this scenario: <Limit LOGIN> AllowUser barb AllowUser dave AllowGroup ftpuser DenyAll </Limit> ...


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You could also use nping (part of nmap): $ nping -p 80 localhost Starting Nping 0.6.00 ( http://nmap.org/nping ) at 2014-06-23 11:57 CEST SENT (0.0015s) Starting TCP Handshake > localhost:80 (127.0.0.1:80) RECV (0.0016s) Handshake with localhost:80 (127.0.0.1:80) completed SENT (1.0027s) Starting TCP Handshake > localhost:80 (127.0.0.1:80) RECV ...


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Alternatively, You could use Paping Usage : paping www.google.com -p 80 -c 4


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Instead of setting up encryption separately for each logical volume you shoul create a single physical volume and setup encryption there. Afterwards you should mark encrypted volume as a physical volume for LVM and create inside that encrypted volume LVG1 group with two unencrypted volumes: LV1 and LV2. This way you will hide even a structure of your ...


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Remove the default gateway for eth1. Since that interface is local only you don't need a gateway. A quick look at your route table will probably show that this is your problem.


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Try this script (place it inside the head folder). #!/bin/bash echo New dimension? read dimension initialDimension=$(du -sk | cut -f1 -d ' ') #Find initial dimension while [ "$(du -sk | cut -f1 -d ' ')" -gt $dimension ] #While the dimension of this #Directory is greater then $dimension (inputted before) do echo Finding file #This let you ...


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I've just installed it on a Windows XP machine as follows:- Install Python 2.7. Make sure you choose the correct architecture (32/64 bit). Select the option to add python.exe to your path as it will make things easier later. Install PyQt4. Again, make sure you choose the correct architecture for your Windows. Download apt-offline. Extract it to the C:\ ...


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I think the apt-rdepends tool is exactly what you want. Install the package via apt-get, then run this (substituting your package "A" for the package "apt" that I am using in the example): apt-rdepends --follow=Depends --show=Recommends apt 2>/dev/null | grep Recommends Recommends: gnupg Recommends: libc6-i686 Recommends: gnupg-curl Recommends: ...


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zTo find the reverse dependencies you can install the apt-rdepends package: sudo apt-get install apt-rdepends You can then search for reverse dependencies using: $ apt-rdepends --state-follow=Installed --state-show=Installed -r firefox Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done firefox Reverse ...


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You're lacking basic skills on networks. To connect to something with it's name you need a DNS Server and registered IP addresses in this DNS Server. What you're seeing is nothing more than a mess of protocols broadcasting in your network with different names and domain names. In common sense, perhaps you're missing the local domain. Yep. Try to connect to ...



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