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answered What (if anything) am I supposed to do when I receive a plain-text email recall notification?
Jul
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answered Is it possible to use aptX on unsupported computers or phones?
Jul
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comment Captive Portal & iOS/OSX, CNA popup fails to login
possible duplicate of Wifi HotSpot & Captive network assistant, Wifi joined on Mac, not on iOS
Jul
16
comment Noisy CPU Fan in Linux Mint
"Slow down the fan"? Most likely it's running hard because of lack of power saving features on the GPU. Not much you can do about that.
Jul
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
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revised Joomla says it's missing native ZIP support on CentOS 6.6
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Jul
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revised Joomla says it's missing native ZIP support on CentOS 6.6
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Jul
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comment Joomla says it's missing native ZIP support on CentOS 6.6
BTW, your question title and tags are pretty awful - this problem has absolutely nothing to do with ssh; your problem is with getting a dependency of Joomla installed. You can just google "Joomla native zip" to get a bunch of very helpful results. I've made extensive edits to your question, title, and tags to suggest how you can write better questions in the future.
Jul
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answered Joomla says it's missing native ZIP support on CentOS 6.6
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Jun
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asked What volume strategy delivers the highest quality audio for a Bluetooth adapter?
May
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answered Who's crashing my kernel?
May
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answered Which software is safe to remove from a ThinkPad?
May
23
comment How can I permanently disable the Dell Pointstick?
I have an E6420 at work (funny coincidence) and actually use and like the Pointstick. However, this was entertaining to watch someone tear down the same model of computer that I rather dislike using at work. Someone remind me to bounty this post when it becomes available.
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comment Many 64-bit linux guests kernel panic on boot
LKML is unlikely to provide any support, since he's running under VirtualBox, which they consider to be crap. Furthermore, unless he can point to two different releases or git versions of the kernel, where one works and one doesn't, they have no reason to believe that the problem is the kernel's fault -- they could just as easily pin it on the hypervisor and wash their hands of it. Honestly that's what I'm thinking it is, too -- but we'll see once he tries VMware.