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May
21
answered How can I install GNU Parallel alongside Moreutils on Ubuntu/Debian?
Apr
26
comment Locale on Debian 7 doesn't change
@SergeyZubov: it does set system-wide locale, however, there are numerous places where it may be overridden for specific user (in ~/.profile for example).
Apr
24
answered Locale on Debian 7 doesn't change
Jan
27
answered safely shrinking /var/cache on Debian 7.8
Dec
20
awarded  Yearling
Jul
2
comment Upgrading VirtualBox using a `.deb`
AFAIR 'vanilla' virtualbox.org packages are created in such a way, that virtualbox-X.N and virtualbox-X.M are unrelated (but conflicting), so you will have to remove *-4.2 first.
Apr
28
awarded  Caucus
Jan
23
revised Backup mysql from files
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Jan
23
answered Backup mysql from files
Jan
23
comment Does the rc.local script start automatically?
Mount your system drive and chroot to it.
Jan
23
comment Does the rc.local script start automatically?
You can just fire up rcconf and mark ssh for automatic startup. There is no need for rc.local, but just in case this script must end with exit 0 line to work correctly.
Jan
3
comment Mate as default desktop manager in debian?
Yes, meatcity is Gnome's wm; you could try to add mate manually, but in general it looks like not configured/broken install.
Jan
2
comment Mate as default desktop manager in debian?
Does Mate provide display manager actually? Anyway, it's better to use alternatives system than hand-editting files like that. To select mate as default window manager you'd execute update-alternatives --config x-window-manager. Then you can just startx (as user).
Jan
2
comment Mate as default desktop manager in debian?
What login manager do you use?
Dec
20
awarded  Yearling
Dec
22
awarded  Enlightened
Dec
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
20
comment Debian download package and dependencies for different architecture
What version of Debian are you running?
Dec
20
awarded  Yearling
Dec
13
answered Ignore packages that are not currently installed when using “apt-get remove”