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Want to buy a Dell machine loaded with Linux? Shame, as it appears that Dell Europe would really rather you bought a Windows-powered one, despite having a website devoted entirely to selling Dell Ubuntu laptops. And, oh boy, does it use some strange arguments to dissuade you from becoming a …

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I watched both grow , from their early beginnings , because our current servers are on CentOS and of course I am not happy with where CentOS has gone. Because the CentOS lesson , I have been really caution and I am a little bit too worried from witch one …

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I am trying to set-up Postfix on my Ubuntu local web development machine for send-only e-mails using Gmail so I can test e-mails sent by a web app I am developing. These are the steps I have followed based on a recently posted tutorial found [here](https://tonyteaches.tech/postfix-gmail-smtp-on-ubuntu/): 1. Dowloaded and installed …

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Essentially, there is no best hosting provider for everyone, there is only the provider that is best for you, that is, the provider that best fits your web hosting needs within your budget. The lowest cost is not always the best option Your website is often the face of your …

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I want to list services currently installed in an ubuntu box. Also want to list the status of the listed services. Thanks.

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In the interest of starting a flame war (hehe), what is your favorite Linux distro for newbies? I haven't thought about this in years, but just thought I'd see what Linux people think in 2023.

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So I've had a media server for a while using Plex as the software with a Terra Master as the hardware. I've become dissatisfied with both for various reasons and I'd like to make my own, but I'm also open to Plex alternatives recommendations. What I want to do is …

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#!/bin/bash iptables -F iptables -t nat -F iptables -X iptables -t nat -X iptables -P INPUT DROP iptables -P OUTPUT DROP iptables -P FORWARD DROP iptables -A INPUT -i lo -j ACCEPT iptables -A INPUT -i eth1 -p tcp -s 192.168.167.0/24 --dport 22 \ -m state --state NEW -j ACCEPT …

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iOS app development has to main part of development in the new era

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I'm trying to run VirtualBox in Ubuntu. I just created a machine but when I run it I get this error message: Failed to open a session for the virtual machine Windows7_inLinux_2021_01_30. VT-x is disabled in the BIOS. (VERR_VMX_MSR_VMXON_DISABLED). Result Code: NS_ERROR_FAILURE (0x80004005) Component: Console Interface: IConsole {8ab7c520-2442-4b66-8d74-4ff1e195d2b6} Help? Thanks. …

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I need to make some changes in SPI in Linux. I found that IOCTL was the called function. So where is IOCTL defined? I am using Yocto linux on Intel edison (arduino breakout board).The function call is as: ioctl (this->fd, SPI_IOC_MESSAGE(1),&msg); In the IOCTL definition I want to add code …

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When I boot into linux (Ubuntu, I'm not sure which version, a recent one) I get this error: " Oh no! Something has gone wrong. A problem has occurred and the system can't recover. Please contact a system administrator. " I understand that I should boot from a DVD or …

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Recently I installed Arch Linux on a laptop with a dead battery. It must be plugged in at all times for it to work. My plan was to keep it plugged in. I did not realize that rfkill exists to prevent the wifi from using the last bit of battery …

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OK, I have a very strange problem which recently started on my laptop (running Arch Linux) and it's got me really stumped! Basically my battery ran out whilst I was away from my laptop and it shut down... Which shouldn't really be a problem. But when I plugged my laptop …

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how is this possible that my university internet works on my window but it doesnot works on virtual machine even my virtual machine have bridged internet connection with my windows. I have installed kali linux in my virtual machine and i was trying to kickout everyother member on the internet …

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I'm trying to save something on my external HD, but I get this error: Unable to access "TOSHIBA EXT" Not authorized to perform operation (polkit authority not available and caller is not uid 0) I made a snapshot of the error window, but that doesn't go to well either. I …

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I have an ereader and I'm trying to upload books to it. Therefore I use the app Calibre. But the "send to device" options all don't allow me to do so. Any users of this app here? Thanks I must add: The device is a Kobo Glo

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Hello. I'm trying to learn LInux. The book I read states that you should know how to use Vi. What is your opinion about that?

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How can I produce supertext in Linux? edit: The name of this topic should be " produce supertext" in stead of " use supertext" but I think you all get t he point

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I have multiple files in a Linux systems where I want to copy them with a single cp command into a different path and directory. Should I write a bash script to copy one by one?

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I want to see your suggestions on comparing CPanel and FASTPANEL. I used CPanel for some time but later I changed to FASTPANEL which is absolutely free but provides you with the same opportunities. Also FASTPANEL's design looks much better than CPANEL's one. So now I can't understand why people …

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Hi everyone! i have Fedora 28 (with xfce) installed on my laptop. As Fedora 28 is now an old version, I'd like to know if there is a way to upgrade directly to Fedora 32, with no risk (I mean no data loss, in particular my /home dir).. Can you …

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Earlier today, I was in need of an easy way to delete files that mached a specific format within a series of folders. For the case of this example, let's say all CSS files. I discovered I could do it with: find . -name '*.css' -delete The . represents the …

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Hello, I currently have a RedHat Linux version 6.4 running on a physical server (HP). However, recently it has started to show a failing disk problem, with some failures at software level as well like the terminal not opening properly, and while waiting for a new replacement disk to be …

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I have a Java installation and I have only access via bash. How can I check the Java version from command line.

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How can I shutdown the system after 3 minutes automatically.

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I have a script in my system. I want to run this script on the remote system which has SSH connection.

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