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Apr
6
comment tmux Ctrl-b not working
May be your terminal or DE also has the same shortcut. However, I hope you are not just pressing Ctrl+A. Basically, you have to press Ctrl+A and then release keys, then press "?" or any command.
Apr
6
comment tmux Ctrl-b not working
tmux -f ~/.tmux.conf
Apr
6
answered tmux Ctrl-b not working
Mar
16
awarded  Yearling
Mar
3
comment Phoenix BIOS 2-3-4-3 beeps at startup
The laptop has "512MB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4570". So, you say that the issue is with graphics card, is it?
Mar
3
asked Phoenix BIOS 2-3-4-3 beeps at startup
Mar
2
awarded  Critic
Feb
24
accepted Monitor /sys partition for changes
Feb
22
revised Monitor /sys partition for changes
spell correction
Feb
22
asked Monitor /sys partition for changes
Jan
15
comment Use both OpenVPN & eth0 together
I did what you said but still my traffic from browser goes through VPN. I double checked, I did $iptables -L -t nat ;was showing the rule. What can be the issue?
Jan
14
comment Use both OpenVPN & eth0 together
[shadyabhi@archlinux ~]$ sudo iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -s 10.10.98.0/24 ! -d 10.10.98.0/24 -p tcp --dport 80 -j SNAT --to-source 10.100.98.4 [shadyabhi@archlinux ~]$ sudo iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -s 10.10.98.0/24 ! -d 10.10.98.0/24 -p tcp --dport 443 -j SNAT --to-source 10.100.98.4 Actually, what I wanted was to do the opposite, send all http and https traffic through eth0 and rest through VPN.. After that I did $sudo iptables -L but no rules were displayed. Why so?
Jan
14
comment Use both OpenVPN & eth0 together
I am on ArchLinux
Jan
14
asked Use both OpenVPN & eth0 together
Dec
28
comment Unmount a volume as soon as its inserted if its name is “XYZ”
@Daniel Thats what I did. Please see this link which I also posted earlier.. pastebin.com/rUUJgS2F
Dec
28
comment Unmount a volume as soon as its inserted if its name is “XYZ”
@Daniel I meant that the drive remains mounted even after doing all this. Its as if the shell is not getting executed.
Dec
28
comment Unmount a volume as soon as its inserted if its name is “XYZ”
@peelman I followed what you said but the drive is still mounting.. Please help. pastebin.com/rUUJgS2F
Dec
28
asked Unmount a volume as soon as its inserted if its name is “XYZ”
Oct
23
accepted Why do we have 3 types of X-selections in LINUX?
Oct
17
revised Why do we have 3 types of X-selections in LINUX?
made my point more clear