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  1. [ubuntu_mate] Mate High DPI - Chrome Scaling Issue

    Hello,

    As I just mentioned in another thread, I recently set up Ubuntu 19.10 MATE on my laptop with a 4K display. I am creating this thread to hopefully find a fix for a weird bug I'm running...
  2. MATE High DPI - Huge Icon on Notification Area

    Hello,

    I recently got a new laptop with a 4K display, and have been working on setting up Ubuntu 19.10 with MATE. I must admit 4K on Ubuntu is still more of a pain than it should be, but I got...
  3. Re: Dropbox CLI Client Weird Behavior

    This bandwidth usage is between the FTP server VM and the Internet. The scanner does not appear to be the source of the usage here.

    Additionally the traffic is all inbound\download, so it's not...
  4. Dropbox CLI Client Weird Behavior

    Hey everyone,

    I have Dropbox.com's CLI Linux client running on a headless VM. It connects to an account with a very small amount of data that is infrequently updated.

    Basically the purpose of...
  5. Re: Apache - Allow Certbot Renewal on IP Limited Subdomain?

    Thanks, but I was really hoping for something more permanent. Certbot's IPs could change and those other solutions require manual intervention to perform renewal. I would think it should be...
  6. Apache - Allow Certbot Renewal on IP Limited Subdomain?

    Hello,

    Maybe a simple question but I haven't had any luck getting it working so far...

    I have a subdomain on an Apache 2.4 server that I am limiting to an IP whitelist:

    <Directory...
  7. Exim \ SpamAssassin Block By SA Rule

    Hi everyone,

    Quick question here concerning my email server which is running Exim and SpamAssassin, hoping that someone can help.

    I have a user who is receiving a high volume of spam emails,...
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    Dual Audio Outputs?

    Hi everyone,

    I have a small Ubuntu system connected to my TV which I use for streaming media and such, currently it's connected via standard 3.5mm audio cable to my surround sound system, but...
  9. Re: bitcoin-qt: Fatal IO error 104 (Connection reset by peer) on X server :54.

    I installed the XFCE desktop, however I am having the same issue there. Could this be an issue with X2Go? I'm not really sure what else to do to troubleshoot.
  10. Re: Dropbox changing case and visibility

    I feel like I've seen this behavior before back when I frequently used Dropbox, but I fixed it on the web UI and never had the time to look into it beyond that. It's probably a bug in their sync...
  11. Re: Dropbox changing case and visibility

    That is very odd, are you seeing the lowercase folder on the original filesystem of the computer where you last edited the files? If it's disappeared there as well, I would think it's most likely...
  12. Re: Reboot Linux over ssh without losing access to PC (mount issue)

    Really this is not a good situation here. If I were in this position, I would find a way to get remote hands on site before I tried a reboot. I think most likely you're not going to get out of this...
  13. Re: libmono-system-security4.0-cil fails update - unauthenticated packages

    No problem, thanks for probably the nicest forum reply I've ever read! Haha

    I know I always appreciate helpful replies, especially when I was learning more about Linux myself. I pop in here on...
  14. Re: How to install tpm tools on Ubuntu 17.10?

    It sounds like the file doesn't exist. "bootstrap.sh" should be some kind of script that they are having you run. Make sure you're running that first command (sh ./bootstrap.sh) from within the...
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    [lubuntu] Re: HDMI issue

    The second monitor (the TV) is probably to the left or right of your laptop screen in the virtual layout. You should be able to see this in the Display properties.

    Try dragging the program off to...
  16. Re: libmono-system-security4.0-cil fails update - unauthenticated packages

    Sure, every repository for Apt has a GPG key which is used to authenticate the repository. It's sort of like how an SSL certificate confirms that you're connecting to the website you think you are...
  17. Re: libmono-system-security4.0-cil fails update - unauthenticated packages

    This is the repository that's missing the GPG key signature.

    Try this command to download the repository's key, and install it.


    wget -qO -...
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    Re: NFS server -> Permission denied

    Check your file permissions if you're mounting as a non-root user. Especially who has ownership over the files. If you aren't sure what the file owner should be, try making a 777 folder and...
  19. Re: libmono-system-security4.0-cil fails update - unauthenticated packages

    Can you provide the full output of "apt-get update"? It looks like you have a repository with a missing, expired, or corrupted GPG key.
  20. Re: Reboot Linux over ssh without losing access to PC (mount issue)

    You ran FSCK on your root volume while the system was booted? This is very much not advised. You should never run FSCK on a mounted filesystem.


    What you've already tried is what I would...
  21. bitcoin-qt: Fatal IO error 104 (Connection reset by peer) on X server :54.

    Hi all,

    I have a virtual machine running Ubuntu 16.04.3 Server, MATE desktop, and x2go for remote access. I recently set this VM up as a secure place to run my hot wallets for various blockchain...
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    Re: NFS server -> Permission denied

    If you wish to act as the root user on the NFS client, you will possibly want this option in your export options:
    no_root_squash

    Without it, root will become "nobody" and thus have no permissions...
  23. [SOLVED] Re: trying to format a 64GB MicroSDXC card with 4096 bytes per sector

    Well, I don't really have any familiarity with Rockbox, but it's worth noting that at one time FAT32 did have a 32GB limitation....
  24. Re: Share internet from one wired network to another

    The easiest would probably be to create a separate private network on a different IP range for the small network between the two computers, and set up iptables masquerade NAT.

    This may help you...
  25. Re: gcc install fails on Ubuntu 14.04: broken packages

    Not to preach the obvious here, but it says to run "apt-get -f install" in the error output. I have had this fix things for me before. Have you tried it? What happens when you run that?
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