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The complaint about "admin" being nonexistant is unrelated to what's in the sudoers file. It is referring to usergroup, as listed in /etc/group. To create a group named admin, type sudo groupadd admin. After that, your command as listed should function as intended. You of course only need to create the admin group once. To add an existing user to the admin ...


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This Stack Overflow topic may include an answer to your question. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19104830/how-to-switch-vagrant-virtual-machine


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fn_layer8" src="http://223.224.131.144:80/l8/Layer8Servlet Layer8 press release Layer8 creates new operator-owned advertising real-estate for more revenue-generating opportunities [...] Flash Networks [...] is proud to count among its customers top-tier mobile carriers including Bharti Airte [...] So what you have is an ISP injecting ...


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Sure, this is definitely possible. You just need to do some port-forwarding settings from your Virtualbox interface. Go to Settings -> Network -> Port Forwarding. Then, add a new rule. In the host port, add some port which you wish to use, say 1212. In the guest port, add port 80 which is the default for apache. Start your virtual machine and that's it. ...


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The corrrect way to use SMB name resolution on a Linux machine is to edit (as su) the file /etc/nsswitch.conf and to make sure that the line beginning with hosts contains wins, like this, for instance: hosts: files wins mdns4_minimal [NOTFOUND=return] dns Of course you will be unable to contact any pc not running a SMB server, like for instance ...


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Have you considered using findmnt? mount stores its information in /proc/mounts (or /proc/self/mounts), which is symlinked to /etc/mtab. mount will simply cat this file, and it no longer stores bind information.


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Use of G.723 or G.729 requires a license fee and/or royalty fee for the patents that cover the algorithms. Open Source and free SIP solutions are unable to include the mentioned codecs. You will need other softphone that include the codecs and the license. It means non-free software.


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try executing export DISPLAY=:0 to make sure it knows which X display to use before executing eclipse. If that doesn't work, this user may also need to have configuration files for a window manager. So just do the GUI route for adding a new user (I believe it's under Preferences -> Users and Groups) so all the default configs are loaded.


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You probably shared root's ssh key, perhaps by doing sudo when you did ssh-copy-id. Make sure username's public key is also in the authorized_keys on the destination


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There seems to be a disconnect here. You keep saying authorized_users; others keep saying authorized_keys. The public key for a user is put into the home directory for the user in a file called .ssh/authorized_keys, not .ssh/authorized_users. Since ssh is working for root, you might want to look at the directory for ~root/.ssh and make the directory for ...


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You created a new user with the username username NOT what you appear to have syntax would be : sudo useradd admin sudo usermod {Some Options} admin // second command changes the defaults (/home/USERNAME, passwd,etc) which unless declared otherwise in previous command will


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As it is hard to understand exactly what is the cause of your problem, I will take a guess. I guess, you are using GPT partition scheme, as your hard drive is pretty large and it used to be UEFI based. Check this out. And a quote from the link: While GPT support on BIOS systems is theoretically possible it sometimes isn't practical and other times ...


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Skype is closed-source and the explanation for dependencies is not documented. The following are my best guesses for requiring mysql-common. Guess 1: The Skype servers store user data in a MySQL server. The Skype client uses the mysql-common libraries to connect to a remote MySQL server for authentication, user data, and possibly communication. Guess 2: ...


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mounts should be defined in /etc/fstab instead. Other than that, /etc/rc.local should work unless what you entered there is invalid for some reason. You need to ensure that it exits with a status 0, in addition having its executable bit set. If I'm not mistaken, it should have a permission mask of 755. Based on your comment, it sounds like you're trying ...


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I do not see a reason for these bloody noises anyway. My solution that requires no installation of any more applications to take up space is to just delete the bloody noises: sudo rm -fv `sudo find /usr/share -iname *.ogg`


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Simply, your kernel doesn't have firewire1394 support. So, you need to build your kernel with firewire1394 driver enabled using. make menuconfig After this you can select the firewire1394 driver and dependencies. Then you compile the kernel and install it.


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Oh carp. You can't. I saw the winedb.


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Check out MonoDevelop. MonoDevelop is an IDE focused on development with Mono and .Net frameworks. Most people would say Visual Studio is better than MonoDevelop, though you can't get Visual Studio to run under linux, as much as i know.



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