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  1. Re: Issue with Snap version of Minecraft and AppArmor

    Can I ask why you don't just get the official tar.gz and use the executable inside it? It's a single file, no installation required. I found the .deb to not work well. Fails to connect regularly.
  2. [lubuntu] Re: Need help to install Java 16/17

    Unfortunately without any documentation on it direct from Mojang / Microsoft (we know how that will go, if ever) it's speculation on both sides. I don't know. You got me curious now. I never did see...
  3. [lubuntu] Re: Need help to install Java 16/17

    Not sure this is accurate anymore. I just now did a bit of searching because I was curious. Couldn't find much other than the current desktop launcher (for Windows) is using the OpenJDK (Just...
  4. Re: Why does doing away with wifi make Ubuntu more secure?

    The absolute only benefit to going pure wired is that an attacker would need a hardline to your router to get into the network. Modern wifi encryption though is pretty intense. I don't consider it a...
  5. [lubuntu] Re: Need help to install Java 16/17

    I use the openjdk-17-jre-headless for my minecraft server docker container.
  6. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu PXE Server in KVM libvirt won't forward client IP to internet

    Glad it works. Please make sure to mark this thread solved.
  7. Re: mass downloading files with wget

    The reason they are locked. You will need to log in. Is on their front page.

    That being said if you can get a list of filenames you should be able to wget in a for loop or something.
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu PXE Server in KVM libvirt won't forward client IP to internet

    You need some nftables / iptables settings to get from the internal 192.168.1.* to the 192.168.122.* lan / gateway. The ip_forward toggle just allows it to forward. Still have to tell it WHAT to...
  9. Re: SAMBA Host allow with dynamic dns such as no-ip?

    Can you use sshfs to mount the remote location locally? Then just use it like any other local files stem. Sure safer than Samba
  10. Re: How far does DELL customize Ubuntu on its machines (if at all)?

    Without knowing the arrangement here my first statement would be not to bother checking with Dell. Check with your employer as technically it is their machine, not yours. Even if you can do your work...
  11. Re: How is ZFS coming in Ubuntu's development of it?

    Not sure anyone can give a definitive answer. "When it's ready" seems to be the general answer for most open source projects. That being said it's highly anticipated, I'm sure they aren't dragging...
  12. [all variants] Re: No mount NAS share in fstab. Did I do something wrong?

    You have a space at the uid. No spaces.
  13. [kubuntu] Re: 21.10 - QEMU GPU Passthrough - GPU Driver Issue?

    I suspect you aren't doing passthrough correctly. If it's done right the host shouldn't even see the other gpu as usable.

    Here is a guide that worked for me. Virtual gaming machine with PCI...
  14. Re: Where do I put scripts to make them work?

    If I may. Something I didn't figure out till after awhile. You can run the entire script with a single sudo.


    apt update
    apt upgrade
    apt --purge autoremove

    Execute via
  15. Re: Lubuntu - root password at install time?

    I'm not sure if there is a policy on this for the forum but you just set one.

    sudo -i

    Then once under root...

  16. Re: Please help NAS + USB thumb drives + Raid 6

    I'm sorry to hear that. My dad is dealing with Multiple Myeloma right now. Stage 4 I think. Doing well at the moment but who knows how long that will last.

    Install it then add the drives to your...
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    Re: PXE boot into RAM

    Go to

    This automates damn near the whole process. I gave up trying to piece it together myself long time ago and found this. It works quite well, even full desktops. Is just a...
  18. Re: Please help NAS + USB thumb drives + Raid 6

    I apologize. I think you misunderstood that link. I didn't post it about media center specifically, rather that is where I first found out about mergerfs and snapraid.

    Mergerfs is more of a...
  19. Re: Please help NAS + USB thumb drives + Raid 6

    If I may, do not use Raid. As mentioned above other than testing something out doing it with usb is just a bad plan asking for problems. Look for a software called mergerfs. That will pool the drives...
  20. Re: How to merge multiple .mp4 files

    The main issue is the mp4. Run them through Handbrake to get mkv's. Then it's easy as linux works with open formats easily. mkvtoolnix or mkvmerge will work just fine then. If you want to go back to...
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    Re: Questions on my backup strategy

    Got full and older than in the script I wrote :)

    global_backup_func() {
    # create current backup #
    duplicity \
    --exclude-if-present .nobackup \
    --no-encryption \
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    Re: Questions on my backup strategy

    I've been tinkering with a Duplicity script that I have backing up various things on my system. Easy for any user to restore their files from via the Deja-Dup gui. I'm liking it.

    I've tested...
  23. [all variants] Re: Apt --purge autoremove fails to remove some things.

    Is only reason I posted. I'd have never known if I didn't reboot and see the Xubuntu splash.[/COLOR]
  24. [all variants] Re: Apt --purge autoremove fails to remove some things.

    Which is it?

    I ask why it doesn't remove everything it installed you say this.

    I show that it removes packages and you say this.
  25. [all variants] Re: Apt --purge autoremove fails to remove some things.

    Meta packages aren't supposed to remove packages. I get the concept. Does not equal reality, at least on this installation.


    sudo apt --purge autoremove xubuntu-desktop
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