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    [ubuntu_mate] Re: 18.04 to 20.04.1 - Network seems to hang

    resolve.conf should be resolv.conf.

    Please post the exact ping commands and a few lines of output.
    Try
    ping 1.1.1.1
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    Re: Edge now works on ubuntu = apparently

    I've been burned by MSFT too many times to bother trusting them for at least another 20 yrs, assuming good behavior during the entire time.
    Unfortunately, that clock is constantly being reset by...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Blocked all external connections - but doesn't seem to be UFW or Iptables

    So ... pretty much the same meaning. ;)

    If this is solved, please use the "Thread Tools" button near the top of the page and mark it "SOLVED" so others can easily see that in their searches. It...
  4. Re: Planning to move from windows 7 to Linux, some basic questions.

    https://www.cpubenchmark.net/mobile/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Core+i5-5200U+%40+2.20GHz says this system has a passmark of about 2500. This should be fine for non-Gnome3 use. You can do virtualization on it,...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: [FIXED]Re: Blocked all external connections - but doesn't seem to be UFW or Iptab

    OT: Uh .... PBR ... means something different, I suppose, there? Here it is a nice way to say, "I've had too much cheap beer." ;)
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    Re: Edit .profile with recovery/bootable USB

    It appears that you've added spaces.

    nano ~/.xprofile
    is the command (no spaces in the filename part), but it won't work unless you login to the normal install with your normal userid. I...
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    Re: Edit .profile with recovery/bootable USB

    Use any editor you like. That is a personal choice. vim, nano, ted, are a few. You probably want nano. There must be 50 different editors, but without a GUI, the number drops to the text-only...
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    Re: Edit .profile with recovery/bootable USB

    Access what?

    If you want to boot from bootable media in a virtual machine, connect the ISO file to the CDROM/DVD device, set the boot option to boot from the CD/DVD, then boot. Just like you would...
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Western Digital WD My Book 1100 green caviar

    BTW, if you pick the wrong device, it will be very bad. Total data loss. This is serious. Be very careful.
  10. [ubuntu] Re: Western Digital WD My Book 1100 green caviar

    Did you want to wrte to the hdd? none of those commands do that. They write to a pseudo-device /dev/null. /dev/null just eats anything sent to it. It doesn't save anything. It doesn't hit any...
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    Re: Edit .profile with recovery/bootable USB

    cd-site-manager asked for good info.

    For a VM, we don't want a detailed modeline. I use exactly the following in my KVM virtual desktop:
    $ more ~/.xprofile


    /usr/bin/xrandr --output...
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    Re: Edit .profile with recovery/bootable USB

    Try ~/.xprofile instead for any post-GUI settings.

    ~/.profile is used for all logins, including those without a GUI. Actually, we would use ~/.bashrc most of the time, not ~/.profile which is...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How do I save a service file in 20.04?

    Perhaps protonvpn tech support can provide clearer details to help you?
    For the information provided, we can only guess at answers which are just as likely to cause problems as to make stuff work....
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    Re: should i learn node js

    Any language can product slow code. If you are a bad C programmer, then you can make terrible code. The same applies to python, javascript, perl, Rexx, C#, C++, Rust, ruby, or the other 500+ other...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 16.04 Vps ip hide - change 5 min.

    Be very careful using free/cheap services for a VPN or SOCKS proxies. Almost always (always?), the free versions are tied to less than great organizations. A quick check is whether a VPN works in...
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    Re: no wired after file system error

    I don't think that adding a gui to a server install brings in all the low, deep, stuff, like network controls. Use the text config files like it is a server. The ubuntu server guide should have...
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    Re: should i learn node js

    Because compiled C is so much faster, it isn't even funny. Almost any compiled language wold be faster.

    Javascript is scripted and slow. NodeJS is great for lightly used sites, say 1-2 thousand...
  18. Re: RAID/disk array card problem with identifying disks

    Usually, the SMART data will have all the disk errors enumerated. Check that first. For HBAs, the best answer is to move a disk one-at-a-time to a different controller and see if that disk shows the...
  19. Re: Lubuntu 18.04, problems loging in with Teamviewer 15

    Don't use teamviewer? I've never used it for a few security reasons.

    Instead, use ssh or x2go, which requires ssh to work. After all, ssh is how Unix systems securely communicate and xfer files...
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    Re: no wired after file system error

    First, please don't post images. Use the copy/paste and post text here. People who use screen readers or pay by the byte for internet will thank you.

    B550-f strix uses a new Intel Ethernet NIC,...
  21. [lubuntu] Re: Trying to install to an i386 Dell with 250GB disk succeeds then boots to Grub Res

    My mirror only shows amd64 ISOs for Lubuntu. http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/lubuntu/releases/20.04.1/release/

    No i386 versions (which are actually i686). If you cannot find an i386/i686 ISO, then...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 16.04 Vps ip hide - change 5 min.

    You can script anything, but random IPs cannot be used without coordination with the network administrator.

    Public IPs can't ever be randomly assigned in the IPv4 public address space.
    On a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How do I save a service file in 20.04?

    Use sudoedit /path/to/location/required. sudoedit was created to be a safe method to edit system files. By default, it uses nano as the editor, but you can configure any editor that you like by...
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    Re: Adding a HDD to LVM?

    More compact output:

    sudo pvs
    sudo vgs
    sudo lvs

    Spanning LVs across multiple disks is asking to lose all the data on both, especially with a USB connection. Hope doesn't happen to you like...
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    Re: I/O error at end of dd backup

    A full tape?

    If corruption could be causing the issue, try using ddrescue. ddrescue is dd, but it won't stop due to read or write failures. I've never tried it with a tape drive either.
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