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Warning doing the operation on the wrong disk will cause you more issues In windows the most reliable way is to use the CMD prompt and run diskpart Enter list disk make a note of which is the USB disk - you can usually tell easily by the reported capacity. Then issue select disk N - replace N with the drive number from before Then run clean - this ...


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The BSSID can usually be retrieved by just asking the OS to scan for available access points, since it is basic information required to connect, after all. On modern Linux systems with 'iw' installed, that would be iw wlan0 scan (This will cause a new scan. If you only need cached results, it's iw wlan0 scan dump.) With NetworkManager, nmcli can also ...


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Here is a better answer that not using tumbleweed. Uninstall new version Download and install the old version under http://download.opensuse.org/ Launch the Software Manager (Yast sw_single) Find each package that malfunctions and then under Actions select Lock now the old version will not be upgraded unless you unlock them. It maybe fine to revert some ...



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