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The iwlwifi module uses the iwlmvm module for firmware handling. You need to set this for powersaving control. You need to set options iwlmvm power_scheme=1


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I happened to get this issue on my Kali Linux in Windows subsystem. The following worked for me and allowed me to get the updates; as per https://www.kali.org/news/kali-linux-repository-https-support/: ### Copied from kali Support - root@kali:~# apt install apt-transport-https root@kali:~# cat /etc/apt/sources.list deb https://http.kali.org/kali kali-...


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Jessie/stretch is built on the systemd style boot and there is no more /etc/inittab. The behavior is controlled by /lib/systemd/system/ctrl-alt-del.target (not /etc/systemd/system/*): Type ls -la /lib/systemd/system/ctrl* lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 13 Aug 30 23:04 /lib/systemd/system/ctrl-alt-del.target -> reboot.target To change this we need to remove ...


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Maybe try building and installing the kernel modules yourself. Download anbox from github [1] so that you have the ashmem and binder directories. Extract ashmem and biinder into /usr/ Rename the folders to anbox-ashmem-1 and anbox-binder-1 (the 1 is the version number in dkms.conf) install dkms if not already installed(sudo aptitude install dkms) sudo ...


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This is recommended practice from my VPC provider: Check /var/log/auth.log for suspicious login attempts: tail /var/log/auth.log | grep "successfully" Disable root password login and switch to use SSH key. Also install Fail2ban to prevent brute-force attack. Disable outgoing STMP port via firewall if email function is not needed If email is enabled, try ...


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Switch to mpv instead of mplayer. Problem instantly solved!


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I've found and installed libcurl3-gnutls_7.38.0-4+deb8u14_armhf.deb libapt-pkg4.12_1.0.9.8.5_armhf.deb and apt-transport-https_1.0.9.8.5_armhf.deb manually and I could get it to working. Now HTTPS is working but it still can't find any repos even after update, but that seems to be another question.


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For Debian, you only really need the netboot kernel and initrd files, since the current Debian installer is modular: the initrd file contains the first part that will load the rest directly from a Debian repository. And of course SYSLINUX or some other bootloader that is capable of loading them. There are two versions of the netboot initramfs file: initrd-...


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You are struggling in finding an answer because your requirement is not common; most people today do not like/want booting from pendrives and prefer a simple PXE server approach (i.e. Serva); it's way faster and allows handling multi-asset install scenarios in a simpler manner than just using pendrives. Regarding your last bullet point of requirements they ...


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I had the exact same problem as yours. I found out that giving the virtual machine the maximum amount of video memory (128MB for me) allowed me to switch to 2560x1600 while using VMSVGA. Hope it solves it for you, too.


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So, I solve this problem: 1: I downloaded wine 2.2 source code. 2: cd to tar.xz wine-2.2 3: Extracted tar.xz and cd in wine-2.2 4 (or 0): apt-get install xorg-dev libx11-dev (Most important step) 5: ./configure, make, make install 6: ./wine /path/to/exe PROFIT! It helps me:


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Getting things working in Wine is 1/3 science, 1/3 art, and 1/3 magic. It usually isn't as simple as just running the installer in Wine. You may need helper packages, DDLs from Windows, or other tweaks. Using PlayOnLinux to install the package is often helpful. Success varies with distros and versions of everything, what else is running, phases of the ...


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I got a workaround from a friend - could't find it on the Internet so I post this here. To set nice -20 automatically on new fb_inet_server processes: Shutdown your database Stop xinetd Set nice = 0 in firebird xinetd config (/etc/xinetd.d/firebird) Perform renice -n -20 on xinetd process Make your database online Every new fb_inet_server process is a ...


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First, start a detached screen session. Then send commands to that session using its name. Note that there's no good way to figure out whether a session is already running and/or what's going on inside it; it's up to you to make sure that you don't try to relaunch this script when it's already running (there are many ways to do that, but it's out of scope ...


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xinetd.conf states it's relying on nice(3) which in turn states: A maximum nice value of 2*{NZERO}-1 and a minimum nice value of 0 shall be imposed by the system. Requests for values above or below these limits shall result in the nice value being set to the corresponding limit. Only a process with appropriate privileges can lower the nice value. So ...


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Solution (sort of) It works through mitmproxy because I disabled certificate validation for it - with that configuration, I don't need the proxy. I have no idea how a failed certificate validation can lead to a 400 error because the HTTP communication shouldn't happen in the first place but there's clearly something happening here that's beyond my level of ...


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In general, apt-get build-dep PKGNAME will install all dependencies necessary to rebuild that package from source. Alternatively, apt-cache will list package dependencies in various ways. For building you'd usually need the -dev version of the package. However this isn't going to cover all the required build tools (build-essential and so on). For Python ...


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From the article Fix Apt-get : NO_PUBKEY / GPG Error in Debian: In computers based on a Debian operating system that uses Linux kernel, error messages similar to NO_PUBKEY may appear.This happens while using the Apt-Get command line tool, and this error is associated with the tool's update feature. This problem can be solved by simply keying in ...


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Install git $ sudo apt install git Install Python build dependencies Python includes a set of modules that it builds by linking to other popular open source projects. Many of those projects are included in Debian by default as executable programs, but the development files (headers, libraries) necessary to link them into Python are packaged separately and ...


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If you wish to find out what the Cisco AnyConnect client is doing, there are several tools which might help: Wireshark, a standard Linux package with many tutorials on its website, for tracing network operations. strace, a standard Linux utility for tracing system calls and signals. However, the information you will find out with these utilities will at ...


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This is a little strange and desperate, but you can remove all of your personal configurations - themes, browser history, e-mails... - if you remove all files that starts with a dot in your home folder: rm -rf .* Please, note that DOT If you want to keep, for example, your browser history, and you uses Firefox, just rename the folder: mv .mozilla mozilla ...


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You can force users to authenticate before send e-mails, changing not on the main.conf but on master.conf, adding the check on submission, for example, and reject everything: -o smtpd_relay_restrictions=permit_sasl_authenticated,reject This was 4 years ago, but maybe will help new people.


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Try this: pulseaudio --kill && rm ~/.config/pulse/* && pulseaudio --start The above helped me work around this issue in Ubuntu 18.04. It's more or less a way to "reset" pulse user-space session config. But it's only a partial workaround because the missing stereo to centre/LFE channel upmix problem re-occurs after the next reboot/gnome ...


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When I tried restoring the system, it said there were no restoration point. I entered the command prompt again and used CHKDSK /f on the drive without restarting. Now it's booting normally again.


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I haven't tried restoring Windows to a previous state yet, would it work? This is the last remaining solution, judging from your question.


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After modifying the /etc/environment file you need to close the shell you are working with and log back in a new shell so that the file is read and applied by the PAM stack.


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I think X11vnc is what you want. X11vnc provides ability to connect your physical monitor. For lightdm, you can use the following line. x11vnc -display :0 -auth /var/run/lightdm/root/\:0 If you want to run it constantly, you can add --loop flag like. x11vnc -display :0 -auth /var/run/lightdm/root/\:0 --loop


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My HP t5740 (3GB RAM): 2GB Flash: WinXP/SP2, with it own MBR on the Flash-drive, but for reasons of space without (dot).Net/Framework. It took me some puzzling to find and download the required Intel and Realtek-drivers. Now WinXP works fine. Additional SD-card or USB2.0 or USB3.0: Linux. Lubuntu fits on 8GB, Mint needs more. I use a 32GB USB3.0-drive. Of ...


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In settings manager "Session and Startup" choose the "Application Autostart" tab and uncheck "Screen Locker" - keep "Screensaver" checked


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An untested try by a non-Linux user: yum list installed | grep @OLD-REPO | awk '{print $1}' >packagelist yum reinstall `cat packagelist`


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I use Linux Mint 19 Cinnamon 4 so not clear if this works for you. But this same problem has been plaguing me for a while usually when themes change or installing some big graphics program changes some gtk settings. Close any open libreoffice documents. How i fixed was going to synaptic package manager and search the following libreoffice-gtk packages ...


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I was arount 3 hours dealing with this, on a Debian 9 with xfce4 there was no way to put default keyboard settings using any command even using the UI keyboard configuration of xfce4... BUT... this worked just fine: echo ' # Set default keyboard for X: sleep 2 if [ -n $DISPLAY ] ; then setxkbmap -model pc105 -layout es -variant winkeys -print | xkbcomp ...


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service networking status still shows that it is failed. The program doesn't tell you, but the failure message has nothing to do with your addresses; it is actually failing because you told it to configure the same route twice. Yes, you can have two routes for the same network as long as they go over different interfaces. But you don't really have ...


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The solution is the following: the file system keeps reading the old 1.0 mb partitions where the grub loader was installed in precedence. Even if you try to resize or delete partitions they wont inglobate that free space and your partition table remains flawed. To solve the issue you have to select in the kali installer partitioner the ENTIRE VOLUME or hard ...


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What the error messages indicate is that your system is configured to use en_US.UTF-8 as the locale through the environment variables, but it's not installed. Install it with sudo locale-gen en_US.UTF-8 Once done, if postgresql is not installed, apt-get install postgresql will install it and initialize a default cluster with /var/lib/postgresql/version/...


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Try setting Cmnd_Alias CHECK_CLUSTER=/usr/lib/nagios/plugins/check_cluster -h 1 -c 2 -d 0,0,0 since that is what user nagios is trying to execute with sudo.


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Latency is a very problem mainly when using audio capture synchronization with the video online. For me works with the theo codec, I am using this codec to control the resolution of transmission the implementation of this codec is native almost all compilations of VLC. In your case, you can set using this form: cvlc v4l2:///dev/video0 :v4l2-standard= :live-...


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A solution which is no longer maintained is systemd-docker, described as: This is a wrapper for docker run so that you can sanely run Docker containers under systemd. The key thing that this wrapper does is move the container process from the cgroups setup by Docker to the service unit's cgroup. This handles a bunch of other quirks so please read ...


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I have the same problem. I have libncurses.so.6 installed. I solved the problem by copying three .so files from an older install. I had .5.9 versions. I then symlinked those to .5 versions. These were the three libraries that I had to add before swift would run: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libncurses.so.5 -> /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libncurses.so.5.9 /usr/lib/...


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sudo apt list package_name sudo apt search text_to_search_for_in_all_package_fields


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