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  1. Re: How / where do I set environment variables for gcc?

    Actually -

    export cc=/usr/lib/gcc/x86_64-linux-gnu/4.6/cc1 is wrong.
    That is the Linux x64 compiler. You need the arm compiler and need to point at it....
  2. Re: How / where do I set environment variables for gcc?

    Ah - he's trying to cross-compile for ARM on an amd64 system. I've never used cross-compilers on Linux (but have for many, many other platforms).

    It appears the arm capable compiler isn't there. ...
  3. Re: Proxy auto-config: Desktop vs. Server configuration

    I've never heard of a proxy server reading input from a PAC, but I'm fairly sheltered. It shouldn't be too hard to read the existing PAC and make rules for the server, however.

    Sorry - got no...
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    Re: Bash script is not executed on startup

    Further, they could let the script continue to do what it does, but add other things to it. If your account has sudo rights, then they own the machine. If not today, eventually. As long as the...
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    Re: Bash script is not executed on startup

    Don't use 777 .... er ... EVER. I cannot think of any good reason to set permissions open like that - well, unless you are running a hacking contest and want to be hacked.

    Web search found this:...
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    Re: Remote desktop app suggestions

    I don't know of any method to do what you want. The terrible security of X/Windows prevents connecting an x-client to a different x-server.

    However, if you always ran the applications under a...
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    Re: Bash script is not executed on startup

    chmod +x /home/tom/Scripts/test.sh
  8. Re: How / where do I set environment variables for gcc?

    On my system, /usr/bin/cc -> /etc/alternatives/cc
    and
    /etc/alternatives/cc -> /usr/bin/gcc
    and
    /usr/bin/gcc -> gcc-4.8

    Learn about symbolic links.

    Environment variables for compiling are...
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    Re: Use of a virtual image for banking

    No connected storage means there isn't anywhere for viruses, malware, spyware to be written between boots. No connected storage of any sort - we run a liveCD using the ISO file. It is NOT an...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Attaching to Windows Server

    http://askubuntu.com/questions/232497/how-to-access-gvfs-mounts-from-command-line
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    Re: Use of a virtual image for banking

    http://krebsonsecurity.com/online-banking-best-practices-for-businesses/ says to use a liveCD. For VM users like us, that translates into an ISO boot, without any connected storage inside the VM. ...
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    Re: Windows 7 style libraries?

    Libraries only work in the GUI - never from cmd.exe. Libraries are NOT part of the file system which makes it really hard for non-GUI programs or scripts to access them. That doesn't seem smart to...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Memory recognition

    Thanks for trying the code tags ... [], not <>. ;) BTW - the Adv Edit makes that easier.

    I can only guess that for some reason PAE or x64 isn't working on your system. Which CPU does it have?...
  14. Re: Ready to use LXC containers of popular web apps

    The documentation has been extremely helpful.

    I'm fairly competent at virtualization - over 15 yrs practicing. Used Xen paravirtual for about 4 yrs, which seems very similar from a high level....
  15. Re: Ready to use LXC containers of popular web apps

    That got me thru - thanks!

    Don't know how I could have missed the need to specify a template? Ah - I see how:
    http://www.flockport.com/start/ with the Ubuntu tab doesn't clearly say to get...
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    Re: Not a problem, just a newb progress report

    VPN and reverse proxies that are locked down.

    Virtualbox mostly works - almost always. The issues are far apart really. It is just not as fast as other options and I'm seeing excellent...
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    Re: Not a problem, just a newb progress report

    Yep. No need for VMware for anyone with fewer than 100 VMs anymore and if you have over 100 VMs, Openstack begins to make sense.

    virt-manager completely rocks. I don't think of KVM as being QEMU...
  18. Thread: Space missing

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    [ubuntu] Re: Space missing

    It has happened to me too .... and did until I added validation for mount points/network locations into my scripts.
    Since I run mostly VMs, it is hard to backup a 20G VM that has 18G of data on it...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Double-click required to change focus

    Not me, but I don't use Unity and have the focus policy to follow mouse - no clicking needed. Plus it doesn't raise any windows, just gives focus, which is extremely handy.
  20. Re: Ready to use LXC containers of popular web apps

    Tried it and failed following the Ubuntu instructions.

    $ sudo lxc-create -n lxc-test
    lxc_container: Error creating container lxc-test


    Or did I miss something? BTW, the instructions leave...
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    Re: SSL / SSH Issues post 14.04 Upgrade

    I have the ~/.ssh/config file setup to use different aliases for internal vs external access. Externally, the router forwards and translates a high port to port 22 internally. Internally, system all...
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    Re: SSL / SSH Issues post 14.04 Upgrade

    The only shot-in-the-dark I have is that some home routers see attempts to the public IP as a hacking attempt and block it.

    You can turn up verbosity with ssh by adding -vvv to the command. That...
  23. Re: How to Configure 14.04 to Accept Simultaneous Remote Connections

    Most VNCs dont' have any real security - plain text password and no encrypted transport. Best to be avoided for those reasons alone.

    There is good news. x2go. Install the openssh-server,...
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    [other] Re: Problem with CentOS 7 in Vmware

    Good if you aren't paying for it. Just not as good for servers as Linux-based tools like KVM, Xen, IMHO. Having Windows as the hostOS is extremely limiting.

    Sorry - don't see the connection...
  25. Thread: Space missing

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    [ubuntu] Re: Space missing

    Or validate the backup storage is mounted before continuing.
    Backing up Linux stuff to either the same physical HDD or to NTFS storage is generally a bad idea. There are ways to make it fine, but...
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