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  1. [ubuntu] Re: what are some good file synchronizers for linux? maybe Grsync?

    I use rsync 99% of the time.
    I use nextcloud 1% of the time.

    If I'm sync'ing the same stuff over and over, I'll create an rsync script for that specific purpose. Some rsync script names:

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    Re: Restore kernel update

    In the terminal, change directory into where the .deb files exist. Run:

    sudo apt install ./linux-image-4.16.18-rt12_4.16.18-rt12-1_amd64.deb
    Note the exact path to the deb filename. That is...
  3. Re: udev rule to fire once wether usb ext4 or ntfs is plugged in

    Ok .... so I'd not really use the udev method. I'd use autofs with automounting. This is an on-demand mount thing. It uses real mounts, not fake mounts. The summary about that is - either a mount...
  4. Re: All audio plays through my microphone when I don't want it to

    So ... you want a microphone that doesn't actually listen to A, but hears B perfectly. Mmmmm-k. Most people want all the sounds in the room captured and if they don't, then they create a space with...
  5. Re: All audio plays through my microphone when I don't want it to

    Mute your mic?
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    Re: unable to delete correctly

    Huh?

    I have no idea what you are talking about. Which program? The program controls how selections inside the program work, not the OS. In general, a space or whitespace is used as the word...
  7. Re: udev rule to fire once wether usb ext4 or ntfs is plugged in

    a) never trust that the device names are fixed. They are not. sde isn't guaranteed.
    b) ignore any rules that don't include the partition number.
    c) place an empty file on the storage that means...
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    [all variants] Re: * no longer a wild card in apt?

    There are multiple ways to have APT tell us things. My most common things are:

    What package is this file in? $ dpkg -S /bin/ls
    What packages are related to kernels I have installed?

    $...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Python - should I upgrade packages?

    If you need a module/library for python for a specific tool, then the Canonical packager may packaged up a system version of that module. That's how it works with Perl. It is unclear to me whether...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Memory speed mismatch Ubuntu 20.04

    ^^^^^^ this.

    Memory speed is controlled by the BIOS. Complain to HP.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Howto set up NFS for Ubuntu 20.04

    https://ubuntu.com/server/docs/service-nfs is the official ubuntu documentation. Follow that.
  12. [server] Re: Spoofed SSH-attacks - how to find source?

    Research port knocking if you are unwilling to block 99% of the internet that will never, ever, need ssh into the system.

    And passwords shouldn't be used for any internet facing service. Use keys.
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    [all variants] Re: * no longer a wild card in apt?

    Not sure when, but apt added some regex support in the last 1-2 months similar to what apt-get has.
    I use it mostly to purge unwanted package like nano, network-manager, apt-notifier.

    sudo apt...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Howto set up NFS for Ubuntu 20.04

    What have you done?
    Show the server-side config.
    Show the client-side config.
    Get help.



    https://ubuntu.com/server/docs/service-nfs is the official ubuntu documentation. Follow that.
  15. Re: Autofs working - but conflicting with /media/~user

    See post #2 above. Did you purge those packages?
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    [lubuntu] Re: Nvidia driver install for old GPU

    I think ESM on 3 systems is free. https://ubuntu.com/security/esm


    Of course, there is a privacy trade off in signing up for ESM which could be important to some people. I'm fairly certain this...
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    Re: VPN Gateway on LAN

    Any device using DHCP can be provided with a different gateway if your router or DHCP server supports that. I know opnsense does - each DHCP reservation can specify a different gateway if needed. I...
  18. Re: lossless cut 3.30.0 stopped playing audio

    Support for 16.04 ends in a few months - before the end of this school session. Upgrade to 20.04 (any DE) or 18.04 with the gnome3 DE. All other DEs on 18.04 have support that ends April this year...
  19. Re: Upgrade sudo to 1.9.5p2 version due to CVE-20213156 vulnerability

    Canonical backported the fix. If you did what you wrote above, the corrected sudo package should have updated.
    https://ubuntu.com/security/CVE-2021-3156 clearly says which version of sudo was...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Python - should I upgrade packages?

    Don't mess with the system python or system python libraries ever. Those are maintained by APT.

    If you need a different version or different libraries/modules, then you should setup a separate...
  21. Thread: Remote Desktop!

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    [ubuntu] Re: Remote Desktop!

    Post #7 above provides 2 solutions.
  22. Re: Access an NFSv4 export as the server's root user (no_root_squash not working)

    fsid= is how NFS keeps separate exports ... er ... separate. I've only needed it when having the same location shared, but with different options. Any uniq number can be used, don't think they need...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Mdadm array lost on Thunderbolt 3 drive

    The slowest part of the storage chain will be the limiting factor. I have 25-40 Gbps here between some systems, but that doesn't matter when the source and destination are on a 7200 rpm spinning...
  24. Re: Autofs working - but conflicting with /media/~user

    Sorry, but I don't understand the solution. Too many redirection levels. ;)


    sudo chmod 400 /media
    was the only thing needed. That stops all processes from having any access inside /media,...
  25. Re: Access an NFSv4 export as the server's root user (no_root_squash not working)

    My /etc/network/interface files migrated and are still being used on 18.04. Happy surprise.

    I don't think either btrfs or zfs are ready for the OS/boot partition. Snapshots aren't backups. They...
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