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    [ubuntu] Re: (De-)Activate Proxy from Command Line

    I don't have the details in front of me, but I'd use the settings of the ~/.ssh/config file. Setup a different connection name for when you want the proxy.

    host ubudesk.lan
    user thefu
  2. [SOLVED] Re: Suitable ssh client with session manager, port forwarding, ssh tunneling for lubu

    ssh-keys or ssh-certs should be used, never passwords. Look for ssh-keygen and ssh-copy-id in these forums.

    Not exactly. They keep sessions even if your connection drops. Reconnect from...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Any good substitute for Cheese?

    mp4, webm, mkv, avi are just "containers". Some are restrictive about the things they can hold i.e. the video, audio, and other tracks.

    MKV is the most generic of the containers. Any...
  4. Re: when try to open desktop folder: /home/asus/Desktop does not exist

    Is this a trick question?
    Put it back.

    Lacking that, create a directory in the same place, with the same name.

    There are ways to search for file system objects.

    There are ways to tell the...
  5. [SOLVED] Re: Suitable ssh client with session manager, port forwarding, ssh tunneling for lubu

    Open the terminal you like. If you want Qt-based, then use a Qt-based terminal.
    Type ssh with the options you want.
    Use the ~/.ssh/config file to setup specific options as desired for specific...
  6. Re: Hi! Love ubuntu/lubuntu! Not sure what level I'm on, questions, constructive idea

    My 80+ yr old mother used Lubuntu for 3 yrs. There were times she needed help, just like all end-users of every other OS made.

    I've needed help with every OS. Just depended on what the issue was....
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    Re: A GUI for GNU Core Utilities It uses the man pages to show options and how a given command will work.

    AIX had a tool called smitty. The command would be built at the bottom of the page. It could be...
  8. Thread: Open the NAS

    by TheFu

    [SOLVED] Re: Open the NAS

    No. Samba is just 1 protocol of thousands. I don't use samba between Unix systems. There are many easier, more secure, and simple to use protocols available. I almost always use:

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    [server] Re: Ubuntu server 20.04 runnign slow

    The image doesn't help and wastes bandwidth. Please edit that post. The inxi -Fz command will provide much more useful information. You'll probably need to install that package. It is in the...
  10. [SOLVED] Re: How to run/execute a desktop file in terminal mode ?

    .desktop files aren't executable from a shell directly. The program on the Exec= line is. Use that.
    Also, please don't post images here, especially for text files. Linux isn't Windows. If you'd...
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    Re: ubuntu server 20.04 static ip address?

    An example:

    version: 2
    renderer: networkd
    dhcp4: false
  12. Thread: Open the NAS

    by TheFu

    [SOLVED] Re: Open the NAS ?

    That's my best guess. Install the package it says. That might be enough. There have been changes to defaults for...
  13. [ubuntu] Re: Xscreensaver only works while watching videos

    When I want to watch videos, I disable the screen saver, run my preferred video player and when that program closes, re-enable the screen saver.

    # Disable the screensaver...
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    Re: VPS cron job run webbrowser.

    Anything is possible.

    Whether it is easy or not depends on all sorts of things, mainly, what is the browser really trying to accomplish?

    If you can use any other tool than a browser,...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 18.04 32-bit | VMware ESXi 6.7 | Web Server Application becomes Unresponsi

    A few ideas. We stopped using VMware stuff about 10 yrs ago.

    Appears that someone setup the VM to support memory ballooning. Don't allow that.

    BTW, 32-bit version of Ubuntu are EoL with...
  16. Thread: Open the NAS

    by TheFu

    [SOLVED] Re: Open the NAS

    NFS or CIFS connection?
    Have you tried manually mounting it from the terminal? When you do that, what are the errors shown?
  17. Re: Running VMWare workstation player on top of workstation player

    If the guestOS is 64-bit, you'll want to use KVM+QEMU so the hardware accel features are available. Straight qemu is seldom used by anyone, unless they need to support CPUs like MIPS.

    There is a...
  18. [SOLVED] Re: Only getting 32 bit options in Virtual Box

    Great! Glad you found the solution!

    The Hyper-V thing was me forgetting that people use Virtualbox on Linux. I never did after my first attempt kept crashing the entire physical machine. Oddly,...
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    [SOLVED] Re: How to mount an external drive on 20.04 ?

    Sorry, I wasn't clear.

    dmesg -w
    plug in the storage device
    what are the new lines added?

    Also, whenever posting terminal output, it is helpful to use 'code tags' - that's in the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Run fsck on root filesystem

    I took the exact error message and googled it:
    That points to something related...
  21. Re: Running VMWare workstation player on top of workstation player

    You've lost me. QEMU is an emulator in software for almost any hardware CPUs available. I have no idea how VMware Workstation handles that, since qemu is a separate package to be installed. I...
  22. [SOLVED] Re: Only getting 32 bit options in Virtual Box
    Is hyper-v enabled and all hyper-v services disabled?
  23. [SOLVED] Re: Only getting 32 bit options in Virtual Box

    The only other thing I could guess is that it really isn't a 64-bit Ubuntu installed? uname -m should show the architecture.

    $ uname -m

    $ uname -m

    I don't have any other...
  24. Re: I want to print screen and then open in a graphic viewer

    Sorry, I don't know an easy way, but I do know a way that is 3 steps using a little script and connecting a keyboard chord to make it happen.
    Perhaps some other people will respond with an easier...
  25. Re: Move files and directories into a non-empty directory

    I would use rsync, then use an inverse-recursive rmdir to clean up empty directories. Then I'd assume that any directories that aren't empty, had some other issue.

    I've never used the...
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