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comment How can I list all IPs in the connected network, through Terminal preferably?
@kolonel That's just an example. You should substitute it with your network. The 24 is "slash notation" of the subnet mask. It means use 24 bits from the left. It's equivalent to 255.255.255.0.
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comment How to create simple read/write login to specific folder on Linux server? (ftp/ssh/other..)
Do you need authenticated access, or will anonymous access work?
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answered Difference between service off and service stop?
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comment Why do I get an error when resolving hostname under Linux?
Can you ping the DNS server?
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comment Why do I get an error when resolving hostname under Linux?
Did you actually try on the Linux VM: nslookup myhost @172.16.0.100?
Jan
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comment Unable to install the linux kernel
Ok, but you'll need more than just the kernel there. At least libc (etc.) and a shell. Also, when you "make install" it installs into /boot. That's where the "real" kernel is. You want it in another location, with another runtime? BTW, I recommend using a virtual machine to do this.
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comment Unable to install the linux kernel
Curious what is the reason for installing a vanilla kernel?
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answered What gentoo stage should I install for Xeon processor?
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comment How to copy GRUB from a 64-bit system to USB drive usable for a 32-bit system?
I believe GRUB is 32 bit anyway. Try it and see...
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comment screen: Must be connected to a terminal
Maybe you can try tmux? I'm not sure if it will work differently, but you can try it.
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comment Clear terminal output of last command only
The terminal just displays a stream of text, and stores some in its own internal buffer. It has no way of knowing, or discriminating between command output. The rxvt-unicode terminal does have a perl interpreter that might be able to implement something like this. But as far as I know it's not done.
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comment “mount: special device /dev/sdc1 doesn't exist” but according to fdisk -l, it does
What does ls -l /dev/sdc* show?
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comment Why do scripts beginning with an 'S' exist in /etc/rc.d/rc{0,6}.d?
@aaa90210 He simply asked if there would be a change in behavior if he changed a prefix from S to K. Without knowing exactly what script, or what the script does (which the OP doesn't say), it is impossible to give a more specific answer. Some halt scripts have backwards semantics.