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  1. [lubuntu] Re: Copying system setup from on machine to another?

    1: No.
    2: Too many things to list and we'd have to assume all sorts of things that haven't been said which may not be correct. Identical hardware seldom is truly identical, even when contractually...
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    Re: Wireless network solution

    No. USB Wifi adapters are NOT routers. They are for laptops that have a broken wifi adapter or for a desktop computer that doesn't have wifi, but you wish to add it.

    You need a new router, if you...
  3. Re: when i install the matlab2016a on the ubuntu16.04.7,when i type ./install on the

    Standard support for 16.04 Server ended in April. If there are any issues, it hasn't been worth figuring those out on that release for about 6-12 months.

    New installs should be 20.04....
  4. [ubuntu] Re: column command returns badly aligned columns

    column -t?

    There is a manpage for column with many other options.
  5. Thread: Linux "image"

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    Re: Linux "image"

    The hardware involved will determine much, as will the exact ubuntu release used as the base.

    If you are trying to run a VM on ARM, the answer would be very different than running a VM on AMD64. ...
  6. Re: SELinux. Unable to get valid context for but user loged via ssh.

    SELinux isn't normally used on Debian-based Linux. Apparmor is. You'll find very little help with SELinux on Debian/Ubuntu because 99.99999% of us use something else.
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    Re: Full Screen, Ubuntu Guest VM on Ubuntu Host

    Inside the VM, use any display resolution control tool that you like. I use lxrandr because it is bonehead simple.
    It is always best to run at the monitor's native resolution.
  8. Re: Problems with using SMBv2 and higher - client won't connect!

    It is debian.
    It is NOT android.
    The programs are debian versions. If you load OSMC, then it has a 10ft interface designed to work as friendly WDTV box, but without the limitations and more...
  9. Re: Why does Postfix need to use an SMTP relay?

    Perhaps.


    SMTP traffic server-to-server is on port 25/tcp.
    SMTP traffic client-to-server is on ports 465/tcp or 587/tcp. This usually requires authenticated connections, i.e. a...
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    Re: Full Screen, Ubuntu Guest VM on Ubuntu Host

    There's the VM aspect, controlled by the VM settings - this is the full-screen vs "windowed" choice.
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    there's the screen resolution controlled inside the guest by normal display controls. I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Adding a new 4tb HDD to raspberry pi

    Are you using ssh to connect to any system on your home network from anywhere else?
    ssh is how Unix people connect between systems. I haven't typed on any of my raspberry pis in a few years. ...
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    Re: Cloning xubuntu ...

    See post#2.
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    Re: Full Screen, Ubuntu Guest VM on Ubuntu Host

    BTW, there are multiple hypervisors available. KVM + libvirt + virt-viewer using QXL and Spice don't have any "guest additions" and are what enterprises use for their virtual machines. Who? ...
  14. Re: Why does Postfix need to use an SMTP relay?

    In the beginning, MTAs would talk directory to each other. People running MTAs were good, so there MTAs were configured to be nice and follow standards. Nobody got spam. SMTP is the protocol used by...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Adding a new 4tb HDD to raspberry pi

    BTW, when we post commands that generate output, it is usually so you'll run the command them post the command, all options and the output back here. There are things that stuff shows that we'll see...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Adding a new 4tb HDD to raspberry pi

    So, ext4 is native linux.

    20.10 support ends in June. Do you really want to upgrade the OS every 6 months? That's required if you don't run an LTS release. If you are new to Linux, you really...
  17. Re: Problems with using SMBv2 and higher - client won't connect!

    Android sucks. Android TV players have all the issues that Android phones have. They never get patched. We are stuck with the shipped OS because those are never upgraded by the vendor, and we'd...
  18. Re: Problems with using SMBv2 and higher - client won't connect!

    They say to use the worst security possible. samba.org will have more details, if you care.

    If you don't want any security and just want to stream media, use a DLNA server, not samba. I think a WD...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: Is Samba read/write rate performance on Ubuntu 20.04 capped at around 11MB/s?

    LUKS encryption is ~ 3% overhead, but it could be higher on systems without AES CPU extensions. That would explain why sftp is slow too. sftp is expected to be slower than samba or NFS since sftp...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Adding a new 4tb HDD to raspberry pi

    chown only works on POSIX standard file systems, so FAT32, exFAT, NTFS don't work. For those, Linux fakes the permissions through mount options. What file system is being used? It matters.

    To...
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    Re: Mounting drive as an existing folder

    ZFS should be safer, but like a hammer isn't safe in the hands of everyone, neither is ZFS. Don't have a false sense of extra security. ZFS validates that data sent to the storage is actually placed...
  22. Re: Ubuntu 20.04.2 - Suddenly can't suspend, Ryzen desktop

    sudo pm-suspend
    Does that work? if so, it is only a GUI thing, not deeper.

    If you create a new userid, does suspend work from that account? If so, it is a personal settings problem that needs to...
  23. [SOLVED] Re: Seek text editor that can autotype specific text

    If you just want to select and paste text, that's built into X/Windows.
    Select any text from any window you like. The selection puts it into the x-buffer.

    To paste, click the middle mouse button...
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    Re: Mounting drive as an existing folder

    Yes. I haven't any clue, but I'd think if you don't care at all abot daa protection, then add the new drive to the zfs pool.
    ZFS is "experiential" on Ubuntu for the OS, but you know that already.
  25. Re: Problems with using SMBv2 and higher - client won't connect!

    Do :
    https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2444358&p=13961480#post13961480
    or
    https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2447575&p=13974310#post13974310
    help?
    There are many interactions...
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