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  1. [ubuntu_studio] Re: My SSD disk is too fast...ethernet is not.

    product: RTL8111/8168/8411 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Controller
    vendor: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd.
    logical name: enp3s0
    version: 0c

    I have one of those NICs. It has always been a...
  2. [gnome] Re: How do I open PDF's with the command "firejail okular" rather than just "okular"?

    What? You've lost me completely. .desktop files are not specific to Gnome.
    Modifying the Exec= line is trivial. Use sudoedit on the file. Done. I didn't want to be accused of talking down to...
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    Re: Frequent crashes, nothing in logs

    That just confirms a storage subsystem issue ... or you were mistyping the command. New people who don't use tab-completion often mistype commands. Heck, even which tab-completion, people sometimes...
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    Re: Frequent crashes, nothing in logs

    I'd think it was some sort of hardware or data corruption issue. SSDs that are failing have causes this issue that I've seen.

    can be a bad cable, failing storage, bad PCI seating, power supply...
  5. [SOLVED] Re: Migrating from Windows 10 - Question on Third party apps extenstion

    Lots of great advice above.

    Use a virtual machine for the first few months
    Only install software through the Ubuntu Repos, never download files to be installed directly. That includes .deb...
  6. Thread: Frustration

    by TheFu
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    Re: Frustration

    In theory, running:


    $ sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall

    should handle that stuff automatically. My 20.04 system is only virtual, so I can't test it, but it does work on 16.04 and 18.04 as I...
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    Re: Interpreting disk read error -

    ID# ATTRIBUTE_NAME FLAG VALUE WORST THRESH TYPE UPDATED WHEN_FAILED RAW_VALUE
    197 Current_Pending_Sector 0x0032 200 200 000 Old_age Always - 3
    is the only...
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    Re: A Networking Mystery -

    For login.hancockwhitney.com I'm seeing only 107.162.140.171.

    I see Entrust Certification Authority - L1K as the signer and it is a wildcard cert ... For some reason, I always thought wildcard...
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    Re: A Networking Mystery -

    last week, i changed all my websites to only accept TLS 1.3. That broke a few clients. ssllabs has an online ssl checker that can be pointed at any website.

    As for tracing a cert, any ssl browser...
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    Re: A Networking Mystery -

    Check the certificate chain?
  11. Thread: Voice programme

    by TheFu
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    Re: Voice programme

    Assuming this is a correct description:

    Then PulseAudio is how Ubuntu does that. pavucontrol is the program.

    If you would like to mux inputs from 20 people over the network and create 1 output...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: Setup permissions for SMB and Transmission

    Hope you have backups. That's a bunch of data loss. I have about 32T of storage, but use only half that so backups can be done. I'd hate to re-rip all that content. I don't torrent. My NAS/media...
  13. [ubuntu_studio] Re: My SSD disk is too fast...ethernet is not.

    Solution? Get faster ethernet. Don't use wifi. If you'd like specific help with networking, please provide some details about the hardware setup, WAN connection, router, and drivers.

    Firefox has...
  14. [gnome] Re: How do I open PDF's with the command "firejail okular" rather than just "okular"?

    Modify the .desktop file to have the command you want. .desktop files are just text - like the old Win3.0 PIF files.

    Gnome3 doesn't support desktop icons. For that you'll need some 3rd party...
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    Re: Restore kernel update

    Use the 'ls' command to see if the .deb files exist.
    http://linuxcommand.org/tlcl.php is a good beginner book.
  16. [ubuntu] Re: Setup permissions for SMB and Transmission

    I've never needed "force user" and have been burned by ACLs a few times over the decades. Avoid both. ACLs are not needed and the setfacl above is mission the g+s. In one command fr directories:
    ...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Setup permissions for SMB and Transmission

    u+w is needed on the directories or the owner will be prevented access. There is a hierarchy for permissions. Owner permissions override group permissions which override "other" permissions.
    ...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Setup permissions for SMB and Transmission

    Which file system?

    https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2382965&highlight=working+chgrp explains the details for working together in the same directory. Of course, native linux file systems...
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    Re: trouble with raid0 after reboot

    Understand that when just 1 of those 7.3t disks fails, all data on all of them will be gone, right?
    Hope you have excellent backups.
    The best practice for RAID storage is to create a partition of...
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    Re: Virtual Private Server, please help!

    Amazon had a free trial tier (micro-server) for 365 days, but I don't know whether that exists still or if it worked without
    a) amazon account
    b) payment method connected to amazon account

    A...
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    Re: bulk directory rename

    qmv lets you use an editor - 2 columns - left is original name, right is the new name. If you are excellent with your editor of choice, this would be 10 seconds.

    rename is a perl CLI tool. The...
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    Re: Restore kernel update

    Did the compile, link, and creation of the .deb files actually work? Any previous errors?
    Or could they have just been placed somewhere else?
  23. Thread: can't talk

    by TheFu
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    [ubuntu] Re: can't talk

    Why?
  24. [ubuntu_studio] Re: Share USB external drive between multiple users on same PC

    Put any users that need write access into the same unix group.
    The file system to be shared should be a native Linux, not ntfs or fat-whatever. df -Th will show the file system.
    ...
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    Re: 2nd user 2nd partition issue

    There are 2 commands to create a new userid. High-level ad low-level. The low-level version only makes the paswd and group fle entries. It doe notng else. The high-level command creates a userid,...
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