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  1. [ubuntu_budgie] Re: Using a Veracrypt container for everything when storing to external drive

    I wouldn't use veracrypt. Why not use a backup tool that has built-in encryption and versioning too? For 32G, something like duplicity should be fine, but there are many others.
    If you want to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Stuck on "filesystem checks in progress"

    what is: ? Your idea and ours may not match.
    lsb_release -a will say the exact version on a system.

    Not enough information to guess anything else and I doubt the exact version of Ubuntu will...
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    Re: NFS not mounted at boot

    192.168.1.140:/export/shared/mp3
    shouldn't work. It isn't a valid export.
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    Re: NFS not mounted at boot

    Did you change the exports file?

    Perhaps I'm too close now. Some fresh eyes needed.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Conflicting version information

    You could look through the installed packages for any with "18.04" in the package filename.

    dpkg -l "*18.04*"
    Sometimes old versions will be left behind. Be careful swapping in newer versions.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Conflicting version information

    What does lsb_release -a say?
    Anything else would be cosmetic, IMHO.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Trying to create network share

    https://ubuntu.com/server/docs/samba-introduction
    and
    https://ubuntu.com/server/docs/samba-file-server

    For Unix-to-Unix, NFS is generally best., but that has some added mandates. The server...
  8. Re: How to power cycle Intel PCI bridge? using setpci?

    It is 15 seconds to try it and see if it works at all or not. If it doesn't work, that's important. If it does work, you can research how it gets done.
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Dual disk external docking station, should this work?

    I was always cautious to keep work and personal things separate. Everything connected to the work PC/laptop/phone wasn't mine. It was property of the company. They'd used Bluecoat and MiTM certs to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: USB Drive Issues, 20.04

    Does dmesg see the device inserted and removed? If that doesn't happen, there is little we can do.
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    Re: NFS not mounted at boot

    192.168.1.140:/export
    and
    192.168.1.140:/export/shared
    is nested. One is above the other. Nested. Disable one for now. Might change the order too in the exports file. It shouldn't matter,...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: Dual disk external docking station, should this work?

    Is Windows set to disable fast startup and hibernation? Those can leave a file system open and Linux will refuse to access open file systems.

    sdb is the whole disk.
    sdb1 is the first partition...
  13. [ubuntu_budgie] Re: Configured Dns over TLS ..... Is this good for privacy?

    VPNs are used by normal people all the time.

    IMHO, better than putting a php web-app as complex as nextcloud on the internet when it is running inside your LAN. Mrs DH and the kids should...
  14. [ubuntu] Re: Dual disk external docking station, should this work?

    Be careful where you find answers when you are new. While 90% of all Linux systems are similar, there are differences between releases and to get the best help, really should stay with places that...
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    Re: NFS not mounted at boot

    What do you mean "my fstab line also doesn't work?" Be explicitly clear, please.

    Start by showing the /etc/exports, exactly.
    Then the /etc/fstab, exactly.
    Finally, which file system is on the...
  16. [ubuntu] Re: Dual disk external docking station, should this work?

    How do you mount it? Use the label in the fstab or via autofs?
    Any other method would likely have terrible performance.
  17. [ubuntu_budgie] Re: Configured Dns over TLS ..... Is this good for privacy?

    This is why I use OPNSense. I got tired of consumer routers losing support, so I spent the effort to end that for 10+ yrs at a time, by getting HW specifically designed to be a router,...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Dual disk external docking station, should this work?

    I have a BlacX duel dock with eSATA and USB2 connections https://www.amazon.com/Thermaltake-External-Enclosure-Docking-ST0014U-D/dp/B002MUYOLW/ . The eSATA requires an eSATA-pm card in the connected...
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    Re: NFS not mounted at boot

    Try:

    sudo mkdir /mnt/shared
    fstab:

    192.168.1.140:/export/shared /mnt/shared nfs proto=tcp,async 0 0

    Bogus options cause lines to be ignored. Only use valid options, please. NFS...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: Unable to install openaudit unable to connect to mysql

    Let's unpack this.


    Based on the way you planned to put multiple high-risk webapps onto a single system. Systems architecture says a bunch about the team running the systems and their ability to...
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    [SOLVED] Re: 'if' statement logic

    I use it for reference - to learn exactly what I need to know "now", as it relates to bash. But as soon as any bash script gets over 1 page (25 lines, including comments), I'll switch to a better...
  22. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 20 slow USB 2.0 copy to 32 gb stick

    I said that it wouldn't be delivered from the manufacturer that way.

    There are thousands of things that CAN be done on Linux. Almost always, using fat32 on storage over 32G is a really bad idea....
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    Re: Most lightweight desktop?

    And let's not forget which packaging system is used can impact the amount of ram needed. By avoiding snaps and flatpaks, you can definitely reduce the amount of ram needed by the libraries at...
  24. [ubuntu_budgie] Re: Configured Dns over TLS ..... Is this good for privacy?

    Fresh browser/tor/dns issue.
    https://www.theregister.com/2021/02/22/in_brief_security/

    Browsers are very complex and have bugs. Do not only trust the browser, if you want privacy. They routinely...
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    Re: Most lightweight desktop?

    I don't think a DE is related at all to which software can be run when those thinks aren't specifically tied to the DE ... like some of the Gnome3 panels. I know Gimp works fine without any DE. I...
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