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  1. [SOLVED] Re: [Beginner Question - KVM Guest Machines] Unable to start Guest VM

    Lets start by double-checking the permissions:

    ls -ld /mnt
    ls -ld /mnt/110GB-SSD
    ls -ld /mnt/110GB-SSD/ftp_root
    ls -ld /mnt/110GB-SSD/ftp_root/ISO
    ls -l...
  2. [SOLVED] Re: set time limit for response in bash script

    Use 'man bash' command (or google for 'man bash') and search for "SHELL BUILTIN COMMANDS". There are lots of references to it before you find the actual section, it's about the way down. There's a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: at command launches script

    You could try telling firefox which display you want it to use when it launches, like this:
    #!/bin/bash -x
    #----------------------------------------------
    export DISPLAY=:0.0
    /usr/bin/firefox ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: at command launches script

    So can you name the folder where a.sh is located? I guess you can since you say you have been "commanding" "at" from the folder that the file is in.
    When you say "commanding", does this mean you are...
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    [ubuntu] Re: at command launches script

    If you type
    which a.**** will tell you the full path to it.
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    [ubuntu] Re: network card settings

    ethtool allows you to set many card settings - speed, duplex, auto-negotiation etc.
    I haven't tinkered with it myself but I suspect that as HermanAB hints, the link just won't come up if you try to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: network card settings

    ethtool allows you to set many card settings - speed, duplex, auto-negotiation etc.
    I haven't tinkered with it myself but I suspect that as HermanAB hints, the link just won't come up if you try to...
  8. [SOLVED] Re: Unable to access tplink router configuration page 192.168.0.1

    Thanks for posting the answer. That's one to remember.
  9. [SOLVED] Re: Unable to access tplink router configuration page 192.168.0.1

    Another thing I might try, to find out what's going on is to run tcpdump to see exactly what's happening on the interface.
    Use this command to see which interface:

    ip route get 192.168.0.1
    Then...
  10. [SOLVED] Re: Unable to access tplink router configuration page 192.168.0.1

    It could be that the router is acception connections but can't process them for some reason (hence the browser is jsut hanging).
    Try this to see if it's even accepting TCP connections:

    nc -vz...
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    Re: Batch convert .cbr to .cbz

    Try this. cd to the top-level folder containing the cbr files, then:

    find -type f -name '*cbr' -exec cbr2cbz '{}' \;
  12. Thread: The hosts file

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    [ubuntu] Re: The hosts file

    For quick enlarging or shrinking text: Ctrl + (you may need the shift key as well to get a plus) and Ctrl - will do the trick.
  13. [ubuntu] Re: When will the iptables 1.8.7 will be available as "apt update/upgrade"

    I was going to mention nftables, but Tadaen_Sylvermane beat me to it.

    My laptop is on 20.04 and I am running nftables. It works a treat, and has sets build in. I recommend using it....
  14. Re: How to display characters with code numbers between 127 and 144

    Oh wow! That's a whole can of worms I didn't know about. It's a good starting point. Thanks.
  15. Re: How to display characters with code numbers between 127 and 144

    I don't think I've ever seen a list of the composable characters and their sequences. So although I know they exist, I have never used them.
  16. Re: How to display characters with code numbers between 127 and 144

    Being pedantic, Windows-1252 is not an ASCII variant, it is one of many different extensions of ASCII. ASCII itself only defined 7-bit characters, 0x00-0x7f.

    By my understanding, Linux uses...
  17. Re: /usr/share/defaults/etc/profile no such file or directory

    There is no such file in Ubuntu. I am guessing you need to edit the file to look for /etc/profile instead. I think that script wasn't written for Ubuntu.
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    Re: File structure and permission assitance

    Yes, that comes out as though I'm having a pop at people who replied, which was not my intent. Sorry. But these forums are normally so good at answering people's questions that I really was surprised...
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    Re: File structure and permission assitance

    That directory should look like this:

    ~$ ls -ld /etc/udev/rules.d
    drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 May 12 18:47 /etc/udev/rules.d

    and the command to put it back that way is this:

    sudo chmod 755...
  20. Re: Help, just started using linux and I'm confused

    synaptic may help you find packages to install (sudo apt install synaptic). It's much more detailed than that software store thing.
    You probably want packages apache2, mariadb-server,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How does it work - install software

    Largely as SeijiSensei says - programs are generally published as source code. Each distribution (Ubuntu or Red Hat for example) will compile the code for their distribution. In the process they...
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    [server] Re: Problem to connect to outside networks

    For the PCs you "can't see", are they local PCs on 192.168.69.*, or remote PCs?

    For some basic debuggung, can you post the output from the command "ip route", and "ip route get 8.8.8.8" please. ...
  23. Re: Help, just started using linux and I'm confused

    Just in case it's not clear from the above posts, the leading "/" makes a big difference. A leading "/" means starting "from the top", and just "cd /" will take you to the top of the tree.

    If you...
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    Re: How to enable tree view on nautilus

    While testing other file managers, I suggest you try thunar (the Xubuntu default manager). It won't pull in too many new libraries. I'm happy with it. I tend to prefer the file layout in the attached...
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    Re: Lubuntu: is it just for Asian users?

    No. It's for all users. I think you will find that all those fonts you list are also capable of rendering non-asian characters.
    Which characters are you having difficulty rendering?
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