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Nov
25
comment Tracking down rogue terminal windows in OS X
Check you preferences. I'm showing there are options in there for tmux integration as well as options for closing out sessions on exiting a terminal.
Nov
25
comment Tracking down rogue terminal windows in OS X
So you're no longer using tmux at all?
Nov
25
comment Tracking down rogue terminal windows in OS X
Please run the command echo $PS1 and provide the output it shows on the next line.
Nov
25
comment Joining a domain with kali
Likewise Open is the route to go, but keep in mind the name of the software has changed. It's now under the name PowerBroker Open.
Aug
28
comment How can I confirm through monitor specifications that they will match an existing display?
I work for a company that does a lot of label printing and those Spyders have been very helpful to my users there. It's well worth their cost.
Mar
28
comment Ethernet over powerline adapters - how far will the data travel?
This is not true, it's dependent on phases, which means in theory, your neighbor could pick up your information.
Mar
28
comment Replace a laptop hard drive (Ubuntu and Windows 7 installed)
@Gaurav Agarwal I would go this route as this is your best option. dd is an excellent utility that is geared for your situation. The only thing I would add to this is to use a gParted LiveCD to use dd to mirror the drive, then use gParted that's on the LiveCD to expand your partitions accordingly.
Mar
28
comment Does cloning clone also the old MAC address?
Everything is a file to a certain point. All that concept means is that it is possible to access any object or device as a file, but that doesn't mean it inherently will carry over. Network cards are hard coded with said MAC address, but if you do override them, then yes, your MAC address will be the same on the other machines, but that simply means removing the overrides you made on the other machines.
Mar
25
comment How to connect to Windows remote domain from Linux know its gateway hostname?
What's the FQDN for the machine? Obviously it's not just hostname.local. I assume Windows accounts for the network you're already connecting from to likely complete that.
Mar
25
comment Install a driver in Windows (XP) from command line?
I'm not 100% positive if XP support is still present in its most recent version, but if it is, that is a viable option as well. Considering DevCon was built for earlier systems pre-Vista, I'd stick with DevCon.
Mar
25
comment SD Card corrupt after copying with dd command
Can you provide use with the results of lsblk with the SD card attached to your machine?
Mar
25
comment Weird HDD Slowdown Issue
A section of the drive very well might be damaged, have you attempted to run any diagnostics using the manufacturer's diagnostic software? The other possibility is the cache on one of those drives is smaller so there is a bottleneck in how much data it can write to the drive any given time.
Mar
20
comment Any shortcut for switching between Remote Desktop and local desktop?
This appears to be a duplicate question which shows legitimate answers that were never confirmed by the user on the other question but appear to be what the OP is asking for. Since the answer was never verified, I am unable to flag this as a duplicate.
Mar
20
comment How to delete a file from the file system in Linux when I don't have permission?
@CarlWitthoft The user likely has a poor understanding of file permissions and ownership.
Mar
20
comment How to delete a file from the file system in Linux when I don't have permission?
That at least means you've removed ns from /usr/bin/ correctly, but you still need to follow what allquixotic noted in his answer to fully resolve your issue.
Mar
19
comment Bash script that execute command only if port is free
Do you mean it's making a connection to port 80 or if the computer is already listening on port 80?
Mar
19
comment How to delete a file from the file system in Linux when I don't have permission?
I've updated my answer to address your comment.
Mar
19
comment How to delete a file from the file system in Linux when I don't have permission?
@allquixotic You are correct, I was thinking of whereis, not which. Please excuse the mix up.
Mar
19
comment How to delete a file from the file system in Linux when I don't have permission?
He really should remove that binary if he has no need to execute it from that directory anyhow, but I do agree with the rest of your assessment. Also, even if he did it the wrong way, which would show the other locations.
Mar
18
comment Reliable procedure/tool for removing print drivers in Windows 7 (domain environment)
All drivers for printer are in Device Manager, but they may be under Hidden and you can alter that view in Device Manager > Show hidden devices. Additionally as an administrator run this command in the command prompt to also expose all devices that have ever been installed on the machine at any given time to locate that driver. SET DEVMGR_SHOW_NONPRESENT_DEVICES=1 then devmgmt.msc.