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I'm a Computer enthusiast with many interests.
My main interests right now are powershell and linux.

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comment How do you restart X11/gdm in Fedora
I added the information from that blogpost.
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Sep
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comment How to automatically hide files put in a specific folder?
A comment about why this is downvoted would be nice. I don't know any tool that does what the OP wants. I saw that he's also on SO and posted multiple times under the .Net and C# tag. Why shouldn't this answer be a good answer leading him to a real solution for his specific problem?
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comment Static IP Address with NetworkManager?
did that already
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comment Static IP Address with NetworkManager?
ok, will try that.
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comment Static IP Address with NetworkManager?
how do I control it then, if NetworkManager doesn't? It has to come up automatically on reboot.
Sep
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comment Static IP Address with NetworkManager?
Nope, it doesn't. I read somewhere, that one should simply create a ifcfg-interfacename, restart network.service and edit the properties. But when I created an empty ifcfg-p3p1, network.service wouldn't start again. It is definitely enp2s5 where p3p1 is configured (the static IP address I configured there was applied to my network interface).
Sep
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comment Static IP Address with NetworkManager?
I've edited again. "NAME" in enp2s5 is set to enp2s5. No alias here. dmesg says, udevd has renamed eth0 to enp2s5. Still no clue where p3s1 comes from...
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comment How to access OneNote notebooks from anywhere?
OneNote integrates with Microsofts SkyDrive which is by default private. Have you already considered using SkyDrive? (If yes, you should include your cons about SkyDrive in your question)
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comment Static IP Address with NetworkManager?
And for your rule of thumb: That's why I ask about using one of these two, but I need to use a shell-based solution. Linux is often used as server OS. There has to be something to use from the shell, right?
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