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After installation, go to Firewall and disable ACDsee.exe in inbound-outbound rule. Go to file location, delete "acdIDInTouch2".exe Go to registry key in window search type regedit and go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\ACD Systems\acdIDInTouch2\20 Edit CheckTime and ReminderTime, put ahead date so far (to avoid update very soon). Done !!! It's working in ...


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The instructions you followed appear to install & use the program unattended-upgrades (from the sudo apt-get install unattended-upgrades line. AFAIK Linux Mint's update program classifies updates from 1 to 5 through some other means, of which I don't know yet, and I'll bet unattended-upgrades doesn't know either. I don't see an easy way to export the ...


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If you really want to manage your whole system (including kernel version) like git, you're looking for NixOS. For a less-involved version you can use NixOS's package manager, nix, from almost any unix. Nix can be installed as a simple user, though it is easier to install it as root. Once nix is installed, you can use it to install packages as a ...


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The Overkills Puppet, Chef, and Salt are enterprise configuration management tools to essentially "instruct" multiple nodes (virtual or real) to update their packages, configurations, or anything on their actual state. Docker is also for controlling multiple nodes like the above, but instead of doing incremental imperative changes it manages and pushes ...


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I have used OpenVMS in the past, it comes by default with a versioning file system. If tools like puppet do not go far enough maybe a versioning file systems is what you are looking for.


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If you're the experimental type, you might try just checking in your entire file system into a local git repository. This would be... interesting, I think. git init in the root directory / Construct a .gitignore for the root that ignores directories whose contents change often or shouldn't be checked in: /dev /run /tmp /proc /lost+found ... Add to the ...


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You probably should look at NixOS, which uses the Nix package manager. NixOS is a GNU/Linux distribution that aims to improve the state of the art in system configuration management. In existing distributions, actions such as upgrades are dangerous: upgrading a package can cause other packages to break, upgrading an entire system is much less reliable than ...


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Depending on what you mean by "updates", you may be interested in configuration management tools like etckeeper, which permit you to record changes to the system configuration automatically, and to revert to earlier configurations. If Git is a familiar tool, and if by "updates" you mean "updates to system configuration" as opposed to "updates to system ...


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This is likely overkill for your question, but the easiest way to be able to revert system-level / massive changes is snapshotting: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapshot_%28computer_storage%29 You have not mentioned the specifics of your rig, but seeing as you are familiar with git, it wouldn't be too much of a stretch to imagine you might be interested ...


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What you probably are looking for are called configuration management tools. There are several to choose from but and it's very subjective which one is best in any situation. I personally found Puppet to be quite easy to get started with, but other popular choices are Salt and Ansible.


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Update for everyone with problems: It seems the key expired on December 25th, sent Intel an email. You can verify this with apt-key list | grep expired -C3


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Use Ninite Pro and you can push those installs to the machine from remote over the network. It's also portable so you can just throw the EXE on a machine, use it to do the installs/updates and then delete it (no install/uninstall). We designed Ninite Pro to make your life easier and fit in with your workflow. Whether you just want to make sure your PCs ...


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Give export PATH="/usr/local/bin:$PATH" a try. If it works add it to your .bashrc file


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I'm no Mac/homebrew expert, but typically what happens is that when you install, it simply unpacks git to it's own, version specific, directory. /usr/bin/git is likely a symbolic link to the actual git binary in said version specific directory. All you would need to do in that case is unlink /usr/bin/git and recreate the link to the newer directory. If I ...


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This error was in my WindowsUpdate.log file, suggesting that the Windows Update web component was out of date: FATAL: Update required for C:\WINDOWS\system32\wuweb.dll: target version = 7.2.6001.788, required version = 7.6.7600.256 The other methods suggested didn't work for me, but running the fixit tool from MS support did: ...


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Using the instructions here, the solution to this problem (which I had as well) is to create the folder structure FW/DXM06B0Q and move the DXM06B0Q.enc file in there. As explained in the link I mentioned, the structure should look like this: .../dsrdenc/DSRD.enc .../dsrdenc/FW/FIRMWARE_NAME/FIRMWARE_NAME.enc Why Samsung doesn't prepare the zip directly ...



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