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comment Corrupted broadcast message when system is going to halt in Debian
I compared outputs, they're identical. Here it is: pastebin.com/Pxpvyrp9
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asked Corrupted broadcast message when system is going to halt in Debian
May
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comment Linux Won't Boot From Option in Windows Boot Manager
Yes, if you're using mbr with bios (not gpt with uefi) grub will remove windows bootloader (that's normally). But you still can boot windows or any other OS, including external drives. To install grub you need do: grub install /dev/XXX in Linux (from superuser) and specify your main hdd. Read more in man grub-install.
May
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answered Linux Won't Boot From Option in Windows Boot Manager
May
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accepted How I can replace linux module which are the same version?
May
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answered How I can replace linux module which are the same version?
May
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comment How I can replace linux module which are the same version?
Get it to working. Firstly moved old .ko, then make and checkinstall --fstrans=no, fstrans is needed to create 'update directorie in /lib/modules', without this option installation will (may) fail.
May
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comment Can't run startx a non-root user in Kali Linux
Do you have ~/.Xauthority file for you user? Also, why you are chowned home directory to this group?
May
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comment How I can replace linux module which are the same version?
No, I think if I do make install (or checkinstall) it's maybe incorrect, because this module are in kernel now. The problem is the .deb packet that I've previously build for 2.6 and 3.2 (from backports) kernel has many directories and files (not only .ko), pastebin.com/6HqYaY7F.
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asked How I can replace linux module which are the same version?
Apr
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accepted Why directories size are different in ls -l output on XFS file system?
Apr
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comment Why directories size are different in ls -l output on XFS file system?
Yes, I've tested this, size is the same (~160 bytes). Thank you for helping.
Apr
22
comment Why directories size are different in ls -l output on XFS file system?
Thanks, Redhat article says: "For the default inode size of 256 bytes, roughly 100 bytes of attribute space is available depending on the number of data extent pointers also stored in the inode." So, it mean that folder size can't be bigger than 100 b (if it stored in inode). But some directories has size 130 and more bytes (also 0 blocks are allocated for them).
Apr
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asked Why directories size are different in ls -l output on XFS file system?
Apr
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answered redhat 5.4 too slow on my hp Elitebook 8440p
Apr
15
comment From where does IP geographical location data come?
whois is also show that, I've included this in my question.
Apr
15
comment From where does IP geographical location data come?
Sorry, I can't find any information about Hamburg in query ip: 193.45.10.135
Apr
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comment From where does IP geographical location data come?
"What do you mean by "where this information are located"? Can you please clarify?" I mean how can I access to this database.
Apr
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comment From where does IP geographical location data come?
Ok, if the primary is "The primary source for IP address data" in this case RIPE, where this information are located? (I can't find this on ripe website.)