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ping needs to generate and receive ICMP packets, and usually that's done using "raw sockets" – a feature limited to root (cap_net_raw) because it could also be abused to sniff and disrupt other traffic on the system. Many distributions now just give ping the cap_net_raw privilege (see capabilities(7) and getcap(8) manual pages) instead of full setuid root. ...


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It looks like you will need to take the SDCard out that system and put it into another system so you can access the filesystem and make the required changes. There are different ways you can do this here and here.


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I don't know raspbian very well but isn't node in the repository somewhere? So just downloadable using apt-get install node? If not, please check the following things: Is the file actually there? It should be in /usr/sbin or /sbin or something. Is the file (node) marked as executable? Is the file location (for instance /usr/sbin) present in your $PATH? Do ...


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The simplest solution seems to be, just to re-direct the standard output into the file like this: [me@linuxbox me]$ your_program_whatever > file_list.txt Your program is executed and the results are written in a file named file_list.txt, no results appear on the display.


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You can get the i386 driver working on the Raspberry Pi through emulation, even though it has a different instruction set. It's very slow and takes minutes until the printout arrives, but it works. I found the hint on this forum post: https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=15526&start=25#p708038 Step 1: Install the driver as ...


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I don't have a Pi, but on all the Linux distro's I use FSTAB requires 6 fields - the last 2 being a pair of numbers (and which appear to be missing from your config) The 5th field can be 0 and, according to the man pages the 6th field should be 2 - the 5th field is used by the dump command to determine if the filesystem needs to be dumped, while the 6th ...


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This is directly from my fstab file: /dev/sda1 /mnt/usb1 vfat auto,exec,sync,rw,flush,suid,umask=0022,nouser,uid=pi,gid=pi 0 0 Note that the directory /mnt/usb1 must exist and have correct premissions. I am running Jessie on my Pi.


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You can place the invocation of the script in /etc/rc.local. This file will be run on startup, so place the command you want to run at the end of the file, and it will be invoked on startup. Another way is creating a LSB init script and place it under /etc/init.d. These scripts have to follow some rules to be considered LSB compliant. After adding it to ...


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I'm looking at the: hdparam and at this section: -B Query/set Advanced Power Management feature, if the drive supports it. A low value means aggressive power management and a high value means better performance. Possible settings range from values 1 through 127 (which permit spin-down), and values 128 through 254 (which do not permit ...


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I would install samba and set up a share linked to the same directory as your minidlna library. This will allow you to access the folder over your network. This guide should help you with that: samba set up guide


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I got around this by copying the dnet folder from libdnet-master/include source I previously compiled to the root of the barnyard2 folder and make completed successfully. All the dependencies I had to download for barnyard were extracted to the barnyard source folder. ~/snort_src/barnyard2/libdnet-master/include# cp -R dnet ../../ ...



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