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  1. Re: USB mounting problems flash drives & music player  Ubuntu vs xubuntu vs mint :

    Won't install any packages to provide the necessary drivers and won't answer the relevant questions asked.
    Flash devices can have different file systems when they come from the vendor. Not all of...
  2. Thread: copy text in tty

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    Re: copy text in tty

    i usually send the command output both to the screen AND to a file, then edit the file to get the data needed, then scp the file to a normal Linux desktop for use as needed. 99.99999999% of the the...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Samba share difficulties - memory card on Epson printer

    Just a wild guess, but have you tried forcing SMB1 connections? Old printers seldom get patched like they should and even when they do, stuff like samba, usually isn't the updates.

    i don't know...
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    Re: enter shortcut into a bash script

    i doubt it will help, but xdotool is how to accomplish this.
    A different WM, like fvwm, will control placement of windows onto specific workspaces if the one you are using doesn't support that.
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    Re: Success with desktop LXD containers! Woot!

    Apparmor doesn't have nearly the number of profiles that firejail ships with by default. Plus, creating additional firejail profiles isn't hard. It is basically self-explanatory when looking at a...
  6. Re: Windows 10 passthrough on AMD Ryzen 9 3900X platform - tutorial

    nvidia or AMD GPUs?
  7. Re: NFS Client on 18.04: Not TAB completion while mounting

    I'd never thought to try that. Would only expect it to work if ssh was working, using ssh-keys for authentication from the NFS client to the NFS server.

    BTW, moving off 14.04 only a year too...
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    Re: why i am looking for android ARM emulator

    A very new version of an Android phone. Probably the $1200 Google Pixel phone.
    if you want to develop for Android, then you need a fast Core i7, 64G of RAM, and the ADK bundle. While the...
  9. Re: Can I importvg/access AIX disk from a Ubuntu server?

    On Linux, the command to scan for LVs is vgchange -ay. That would make the dm-mapper create VG and LV devices.
    After that, you need to see if any where uncovered. The command that I’d use:
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  10. [ubuntu] Re: Definitive guide to using NFS with Snaps?

    Opinion:
    Sadly, snaps are broken and the snap developers are in total denial about this problem along w/ supporting mounts where the local admin places them.
  11. Re: Can I importvg/access AIX disk from a Ubuntu server?

    Haven't touched AIX in 20 yrs, but i wouldn't assume AIX LVM to be compatible with the F/LOSS LVM. And when i used AIX, the normal FS was JFS. Can't hurt to try, but I'd have very low expectations...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Multiple Gnome Sessions

    20.04 hasn't been released. You are running alpha software.
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    Re: Success with desktop LXD containers! Woot!

    Containers are mainly used by enterprises on headless servers. That's where all the action, updates, research is going because enterprises PAY for capabilities. Enterprise computing is so different...
  14. Thread: chown command

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    Re: chown command

    There was a history of slightly different commands between the different Unixen, because each company wrote their own. There's a reason the GNU guys think we shouldn't call Linux anything except...
  15. Thread: chown command

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    Re: chown command

    xyz:lab is username:groupname
    Both must exist as shown in the command.

    BTW, xyz.lab is also an acceptable way to say username.groupname. Old Unix terminals didn't have a ':' character, so the '.'...
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    Re: Success with desktop LXD containers! Woot!

    I've been watching containers for a long time. Attended lots of training and decided it wasn't fleshed out if you were running important workloads - something beyond showing cat videos. That was the...
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    Re: Nautilus: recover deleted files?

    +1 to moving off an unsupported release. Move to 18.04.

    As for understanding symbolic links, wikipedia is a good source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symbolic_links
    I have ZERO idea about...
  18. Thread: Environment?

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    Re: Environment?

    "Environment" can mean multiple things. What everyone above seemed jump onto is the "Desktop Environment", which is almost universally abbreviated as "DE". The context provided with the question...
  19. Thread: Wired Network

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    Re: Wired Network

    Support for 14.04.x ended about a year ago. Move to 16.04 or better, 18.04.
    https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases Of course, you could pay Canonical for ESM support, but most people find the cost isn't...
  20. Thread: chown command

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    Re: chown command

    If you want to learn this stuff, here's a reference: http://linuxcommand.org/tlcl.php
    It is a no-hassle download. Nothing to sign up to get. No email to provide. Grab the boot in your preferred...
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    Re: Success with desktop LXD containers! Woot!

    I have a low-end nVidia GPU. Found that only 18.04 is supported for both the hostOS and the Container OS.
    https://docs.nvidia.com/deeplearning/frameworks/support-matrix/index.html

    Hopefully,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Boot from disk image

    SG2B supports booting an OS from almost any type of media, not just ISO files. If you load SG2B onto a flash using dd, then boot that, then tell it to boot from the HDD, it might work, assuming the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: sound just disappeared completly

    Why not just boot one of the 2 prior kernels? They should still be in the grub menu.
  24. Re: Zoom web app: no microphone in Firefox, no camera in Chromium

    I've never used zoom, but for the few other virtual meeting sites, here's my steps.

    Assuming pulseaudio hasn't crashed. The camera is completely separate. The browsers need to have webRTC enabled...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Python simple http server help

    Exactly what URL is being used?

    Certain versions of Android can only locate other systems using DNS names. if you don't have DNS running on your LAN, configured for all the systems there, then it...
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