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This is an old question that already has answers covering many of the structural differences. The question is written from the perspective of migration from Windows. The author has a technical background, but current readers may not. There are several aspects not mentioned that might be bigger considerations in the choice of distro, particularly for new, ...


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Telegram-cli is definitely using 127.0.0.1 (or 0.0.0.0 with --accept-any-tcp switch) only as a bind address. I didn't find any configuration options to change this. However I can setup access from another computer to the telegram-cli on a specific inteface with the help of rinetd. It is very easy to configure and works like a charm. This way I solved this ...


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Try to check the connection of your display. Try to blow up the socket if you feel the socket was not really clean. Try to check your display, is there any damage from it? Have you tried with another source? VGA Driver update?


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I currently see two possibilities, 1) Our office's IP address (static IP provisioned by the lovely Comcast) is on a list of known targets by some DDoS/DoS attacker. 2) Server has been compromised and is being used to DoS attack others. Or both. Either way, what I'll do to remedy this for now is completely re-build the server stack from a bare instance on ...


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That is a documented feature. If you run bash via a symlink named sh, bash will start in sh compatibility mode. From man bash: If bash is invoked with the name sh, it tries to mimic the startup behavior of historical versions of sh as closely as possible, while conforming to the POSIX standard as well. When invoked as an interactive login ...


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I've often seen this issue due to the sensor constantly switching between displays - does the same issue occur if you have only the external display enabled? Also, is this Lenovo one of the ones which has the dual-GPU (Intel integrated + Nvidia/ATI chip)? Those commonly cause such issues while the system is attempting to enable/disable the appropriate GPU. ...


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I've had this problem in the past using docking stations. The problem is with the connection pins between the laptop and the docking station. Power down the laptop and remove the battery also unplug any power going to the docking station directly. Grab a can of air and clean both sides of the docking station connection. One should be on the laptop, and ...


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The /var/cache/dnf/tempfiles.json was malformed. I fixed it (it could be deleted even).


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I had the same problem on my Fedora VM, rebooting in rescue mode didn't detect my root volume. you can use fdisk to look for the the root volume manually or like I did, I tried AutoRoot, it worked perfectly for me. The great thing about it, it also support other linux distribution. http://vnugget.com/python/autoroot-automatically-reset-the-root-password-on-...


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I'm just attempting the same upgrade and with mysql workbench also installed. My upgrade failed on this: Error: Transaction check error: file /usr/lib64/libzip.so.4.0.0 from install of libzip-1.1-1.fc23.x86_64 conflicts with file from package libzip-last-1.1.3-1.fc22.remi.x86_64 When I initiated a dnf remove libzip-last, mysql-workbench-community was ...


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Finally I solved my problem with reinstall fedora 24 with DVD disk(not USB), because always my USB is booted in UEFI mode and I couldn't to change it to lagacy/BIOS mode(for my BIOS). In this case, when DVD is booted, the BIOS let me to choose a mode from UEFI mode and BIOS mode, I chose BIOS mode and installed it.


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What always worked for me is Rescatux which you can find here: http://www.supergrubdisk.org/rescatux/ Boot into Rescatux and select Automatic Repair (or worded similar). If Automatic Repair does not do the trick, select "Restore Grub" and select the Boot Device accordingly.


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I had the same issue, just look for the process whicj is listening that port using cmd command on windows netstat -a -b then you can shut it down with tasks manager


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In RPM, the order of sections and macros matters. Especially for the %define-s and %global-s ("global definitions"). Moving the %global debug_package %{nil} above the %prep and %setup sections should do the job.


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Install the unar package. $ sudo dnf info unar ... Name : unar Arch : x86_64 Epoch : 0 Version : 1.10.1 Release : 1.fc24 Size : 4.6 M Repo : @System From repo : updates Summary : Multi-format extractor URL : http://unarchiver.c3.cx/commandline License : LGPLv2+ Description : The command-line ...



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