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Ok, I found it... I had to install and run the program dconf-editor. Then go to org->gtk->settings->file-chooser, then activate the option sort-directories-first.


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Short answer: It can be done, but it would break a lot and have performance issues. Reason: In addition to your personal files a lot of other data is kept in your home folder e.g. configuration files. If you would go with NTFS partition for home then this would not enable you to use appropriate permission on files. Using ext4 on Windows 8 is not well ...


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Look for MaxStartups in /etc/ssh/sshd_config. It limits the unauthorized concurrent logins to sshd. The default is 10.


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AFAIK to shrink a root partition you have to boot from a Live CD. Take any linux live cd with GParted in it, shrink the root partition, resize the home partition. Enlarging a partition without moving it is safe for data, but while shrinking the root partition don't interrupt the process (it may be slow, be patient and just wait; or backup the data ...


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i have a couple of The Realtek Wireless Adapter rtl8187 and as I've used them you do not need to install any driver both for normal usage or anything else on Linux distributions whether it's Ubuntu, Fedora or Debian and Kali Linux.


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Can anyone here please answer me why should I use -f option with -t option to list content of archive? Tar started as a tool to write uncompressed data to a tape drive. (Hence the name, TApe ARchive). This is why it defaults to the tape drive. On unix-like operating systems devices are treated the same as file. A tape drive might be /dev/st0 ...


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By default tar takes its input from stdin - for example, from the output of another command. The f switch tells it to take the input from a file instead. The proper syntax to use without f would be cat filename.tar | tar t (note there is no need for the hyphen with tar). cat puts the content of the file in the parameters out to stdout. The pipe | ...


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I searched for your problem on Google and found a great website which makes you do some work arounds especially when it comes to tricking Apple into accepting the boot image: The solution I found uses the ISO 2 USB EFI Booter for Mac (with unclear origin) to boot from the ISO image of a LiveCD, but with some small but important changes: use a FAT32 file ...


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At this stage, it is impossible to diagnose exactly your problem. As a simple example, you do not say whether the Mac requires (or not) an EFI boot. Installing a Linux system onto a Mac is not quite identical to doing so on a Windows pc. There is a large number of pitfalls. Online guides tacitly acknowledge this: for instance the Ubuntu wiki states: ...


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I had similar issues with this on a UEFI Surface Pro by Microsoft. The main problem is that most Linux distros predominantly rely on GRUB as a bootloader. GRUB is nice but sometimes a bit quirky in terms of EFI systems. Apparently even worse for Mac users. I can't speak for Fedora either because I predominantly use Ubuntu and Arch as my preferred Linux OS. ...


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I solved it by running the following command sudo grub2-install /dev/sda I run it because I have several Linux installed and default grub was for ubuntu so when fedora installed a new kernel,it couldn't change it


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This worked for me. yum --nogpgcheck install git -y


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Did you try this hint https://access.redhat.com/solutions/53905 Issue Cannot install packages because of error: [Errno 14] Peer cert cannot be verified or peer cert invalid or Error: failed to retrieve repodata/-primary.xml.gz from rhel-x86_64-server-6 error was [Errno 14] Peer cert cannot be verified or peer cert invalid ...


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well I did; actually the cairomm was not isntalling. I was trying manually installing graph-tool by using the downloadable version. I did with disable the cairomm at the time of configuration. As it is not mandatory package for graph-tool to work so its doing fine with me. any one having problem same as me do this go to the graph tool unzipped folder by cd ...



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