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  1. [SOLVED] Re: How to rip dvd to mp4 with command lines

    Handbrake has support for the command line.
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 16.04 NFS share post mounted but still Filesystem says read-only

    16.04 is no longer supported. You need to upgrade to 20.04 or later.

    Try mounting the share from the command line with

    sudo mount -vvv /mountpoint
    assuming the NFS share is defined in...
  3. [SOLVED] Re: compilation of SSL Squid proxy server

    First, before you can compile something you need to download the source code that connects your package to the various libraries it needs to use (so-called "dependencies"). On Ubuntu that is easily...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Install driver for Tp-link AC600 USB wifi adapter

    Looks like it's harder on vanilla Ubuntu, but I may be wrong since I never use it.
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Install driver for Tp-link AC600 USB wifi adapter

    Did you go to System Settings > Driver Manager and see if it can find the drivers? When installed via the Manager, the driver should be automatically updated along with the kernel.
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    Re: Keyboard randomly stops working

    Have you replaced the batteries in the keyboard yet? Mine usually just ceases to function when the batteries run down.
  7. Re: Software to place plain text and TIFs onto PDF?

    When I read the title, I immediately thought of the GIMP. It imports PDFs and can handle all sorts of text and graphics overlayed. Of course, it's not a command-line program like ImageMagick convert,...
  8. [xubuntu] Re: How to enable library in ffmpeg without build ffmpeg from source?

    I agree with Herman. Just having the library isn't enough. You have to compile ffmpeg to use it.

    You should give compilation a try. Run the command

    sudo apt-get build-dep ffmpeg
    to install the...
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    Re: RAID not appearing

    I'd ditch the card, connect the drives' SATA cables to the motherboard, and use software RAID via mdadm. This is a pretty good guide for RAID1.
  10. Re: help with running php command as cronjob

    I use the normal hash-bang method.



    php code here
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    Re: Should NVIDIA be avoided?

    Looks like you can add another 4 GB of memory into your Acer. That's a fairly low-cost upgrade that can often help improve performance considerably.
  12. [SOLVED] Re: service systemd-resolved restart results in Temporary failure in name resolution

    The best solution is to edit /etc/systemd/resolved.conf and add the DNS servers you want to use to the "DNS" and "FallbackDNS" lines. Then restart systemd-resolved.
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    Re: Mid-range Laptop Recommendation

    I'm using a ten-year old Lenovo Y570 with an i5 and 6GB. Kubuntu 21.04 runs fine. I did replace the hard drive with an SSD which improved performance. It has dual Intel/NVIDIA graphics. I leave it...
  14. [ubuntu] Re: NFS exports access and authentication.

    Authentication is usually handled by the normal *nix mechanisms like /etc/passwd. I export a /home share from my server and mount it to a separate mount point on client. Both the export and the...
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    Re: Mid-range Laptop Recommendation

    Are you willing to overwrite any existing Windows implementation and make the system Linux-only?

    If you want to "dual-boot" and select either Windows or Linux when the system starts up, that's...
  16. [ubuntu] Re: Ethernet connected but Internet not working [Ubuntu 20.04.2]

    There are usually two likely sources of this problem. One is that traffic is not being correctly sent upstream by the router. Another is that you cannot resolve names like

  17. [ubuntu] Re: Cross referencing folder so size can be chnaged

    It could be a device with "LIBRARY" as its label.
  18. Re: how to mount 2 partitions to 1 directory

    You could mount the new drive at a temporary mount point like /mnt, then copy over the contents of /usr directory. After doing so, unmount the device, and add an entry in /etc/fstab to mount it as...
  19. Re: How to make the wordpress site as private

    You could have a landing page separate from the WP installation that explains how to obtain a password. Probably should have a mailto: URL that people can use to request the password.

    Then on the...
  20. Re: How to make the wordpress site as private

    Any reason why this has to happen in software and not through the basic authentication mechanism built into Apache?
  21. [ubuntu] Re: Cross referencing folder so size can be chnaged

    Humor me and open a terminal with Ctrl+Alt+T, then run "df". What do you see?
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Can't link to files in /usr/bin, but can copy

    I've run a few programs in chroot environments. I've always had to copy over anything I needed from /etc, /lib, etc., into the equivalent locations in the jail. No links, but actual copies of the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Command line text

    In KDE Konsole you can set the font in Settings > Edit Current Profile > Appearance. I prefer black on light yellow for readability.

    You can also change the font size on the fly by holding down...
  24. Re: Linux RAID will not mount - missing Superblock

    For future reference, it's usually a better idea to combine partitions via mdadm than whole drives.
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Cross referencing folder so size can be chnaged

    If the partition is mounted, the command df will tell you where it's mounted. Just focus on the /dev/sdX entries. The rest of the entries aren't pertinent to your question. Another option is to run...
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