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Habe jetzt unter # und # (# mit # um genau zu sein) die # # nicht ans Laufen bekommen, habe keine Möglichkeit gefunden ein anderes Display einzuschalten als das interne. Habe es mit zwei Notebooks probiert, die beide angeblich # unterstützen. Auch # habe ich ausprobiert, dass sind so die negativen Momente von #, irgendwann werde ich die Zeit für sowas nicht mehr haben.

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Ich dachte tuxedo bietet dafür Support an? Das wäre für mich der Grund gewesen darüber nachzudenken…

Displaylink ist allgemein etwas doof einzurichten, das stimmt. Dafür macht es danach weniger Probleme. Mein externer USB monitor läuft beispielsweise seit 2 jahren unter Arch besser als unter Windows. Da zickt es nach jedem Update.

 

Why can't I assign a static # in a # network config for a host? It won't take the mac in the config, it works for IPv4 it seems, but not for IPv6?

# #
 
I have to use the id parameter somehow, not the mac parameter. I need to look into it again.
 
Not working as well, it just assigns another IPv6 out of the DHCPv6 Range and not the one I specified.

 

I got a # # # with # that suddenly (after 1-2 weeks) lags IPv6 communication. I am unable to find the problem, but a reboot solves it.

It's a # exit server.

Any ideas? Tipps?
 
Linux and IPv6 in a nutshell :/
 
@:parabola:𝚜𝚎𝚕𝚎𝚊:trisquel: not sure what that is supposed to mean, but in general I don't habe problems with # in #, # or #, I still think it is the hosters setup which requires me to use the gateway fe80::1, which might not be the correct way to do. Also I think that many people on support don't know much more about ipv6 than the average Joe.

 

Well, this time I really don't know how to solve this problem, seems the package is really signed with an old key of Christian Hesse?

# # # won't let me install any packages due to outdated keys and then the key which is used to sign the # with the new # is also outdated.

Packages (1) archlinux-keyring-20200422-1

Total Installed Size: 1,23 MiB
Net Upgrade Size: 0,30 MiB

:: Proceed with installation? [Y/n]
(1/1) checking keys in keyring [########################################] 100%
downloading required keys...
error: key "6D42BDD116E0068F" could not be looked up remotely
error: required key missing from keyring
error: failed to commit transaction (unexpected error)
Errors occurred, no packages were upgraded.
 
@Michele Leonardo I did, the key is not the one on the list for Arch Linux, the key is available or very few servers, maybe not yet well synchronized, maybe Christian Hesse really has a new key. I'll try again later today I think.

 

In 2020 is is OK to still use Legacy instead of UEFI to setup # #?

The # bios refused to boot from the Arch USB key.
 
OK, in Legacy the Arch USB boot stick didn't work either, so I will stick with Mint on that machine, even though I really like Arch I do not want to waste more time on that. I wonder why the Linux Mint stick worked and the Arch stick didn't....
 
If I remember correctly, I think I saw instructions on the Arch wiki for installing Arch from within another linux setup. That might allow you to bootstrap Arch from your Mint USB. I did something similar to install Gentoo a year ago.

 

Seems that in the # # 19.x installer you can not format a drive with LUKS LVM with the # inside the LUKS.

Is it really not possible or am I just doing it wrong?

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Tried around a bit more, it is worse, if you proceed with the encrypted option you can not even create a swap partition...

So I see I will have to fix this manually after the setup, because no swap means you can not #.
 
And learned something new, default for Mint is to use a swapfile, not sure if dynamically sized or 0kb default.

 

In my .zshrc I have some key binding for HOME, but it does not work, now I wonder how to escape it to make ich work?

bindkey '^[[C' forward-char
bindkey "^[[H" beginning-of-line


Also wonder why there is ' and " and not the same quote. I got this from here, so I just trying to improve it.

Any tips welcome.

# #

 

Somehow # gets stuck in the # # # update. :-(

I didn't plan to put any time in this machine anymore, I guess I'll let it die. Unless someone has a hint on how to force it to redo all in /boot and grub related?!
 
again and again... not sure why and how to solve it.

 

Auf dem # 27" late 2009 eben mal # # installiert, funktioniert nach kleineren Problemen. Die # # Radeon Mobility 4850 hat den letztem Treiber 2013 bekommen.

Was macht man jetzt mit dem Teil?
 
Gehen denn die Updates und kann man den ohne Probleme mit Mint starten?
Wenn da ja steht, wurde ich es machen.

Ich mache gerade in der Schule alte Rechner mit Linux fit und die gehen dann an eine Sozialstation, die die dann weiter geben kann.
Besser ala auf den Müll schmeißen
 
@Mario P. ja, startet problemlos, nur die initiale Installation war nicht ganz einfach, man muss zwei Kernelparameter setzen. Läuft problemlos soweit zu erkennen.
 
Dann sollte es doch kein Problem sein.
Zumindest wenn ich das was ich hier gerade an Digitalen Fähigkeiten sehe, als Maßstab sehe.

 

Can someone point me in the right direction for some # information, I set up # like described here:
https://blog.ssdnodes.com/blog/installing-nextcloud-docker/

It works, but I would like to play a bit more.

Now I would like to use this setup here:
https://github.com/nextcloud/docker/tree/master/.examples/docker-compose/with-nginx-proxy/mariadb-cron-redis/fpm

So I need to clean up everything from the old setup, the images, volumes and all the data.

Not sure how to do this, but I would really like to have a clean start.

So I need to understand how to do this and also I would like to understand where docker stores data, I found that some data is stored in /var/lib/docker and some is in the location of my compose file.

For the new setup I also need to add a mount point for /var/lib/docker on my RAID drive.

Any suggestions welcome, also point me at helpful webpages, but firstly I need to generally understand the concept of how to spin up a new docker set and how to reverse/remove it after I do not need it anymore.

# #

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Modfiy either the docker image or better adjust the docker compose file to your needs. You would need to adjust the volumes,
 
@Christoph S no, the point is I want to remove all thing the docker image created, all locally stored data and all volumes, so I am trying to figure out if there is a supposed way to do so. I could check which volumes it created and then remove the folders in /var/lib/docker/volumes, but I also wonder is there is more to do.

 

I have a # installation and want to perform a #, which works fine so far.

New ,I want to take a # # of /, which is no problem as well. But then it gets a bit tricky, I wanna do the backup of that snapshot, which is mounted in /snapshot and would like to have # # only see the /snapshot as the file systems root. The system ist # # and I wonder if I could just issue a

chroot /snapshot sh -c "cd ~; borgbackup.sh"

and have all paths in the backup patterns starting as if /snapshot was the root of the file system?

Any ideas?

Is there an easier solution like telling borg backup that /snapshot is its root or so?

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@Thomas Waldmann not here, I tried that already, well I tried that with the existing repo and don't see that creating a new one could change it.
 
I am pretty sure that works.

 

I have to upload some ~20GB to # # Business from a # machine, some of the files are ~4.1 GB in size. Any tips how to upload those without setting up a # VM or without using the webinterface?

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Disclaimer: I have not used any of the above with OneDrive personally.
 
I tried rclone yesterday, but the connection to Onedrive didn't work, it told me that my MS Account was not valid, it's a company account, so the page rclone sends one to maybe has to be different for Onedrive login.

 

Why is an ISO of a USB memory stick of 64 GB, with 1 GB data on it, 55 GB in size?
Even when using # with sparse parameter and when writing /dev/zero to a file on the stick and rm the file before iso creation.
#
#dd #linux

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That's btw why people use cpio or tar for backups and not dd ;)
 
@hackbyte Nice point about the backups.

In my head DD mean "Direct to Device".

It may simply be that the USB stick needs to be reformatted.
Create a partition that is just slightly larger than the raw ISO. ???

i.e. The ISO is actually only taking up X space but it is on a partition that is XXX size. (which now has no original file system as it was destroyed by the dd run.)
dd reports quantities at the end of a run (unless its told to shut up)

 

I am considering to get a new # in the #, some place close to #, I have a # server at the moment and will most likely get one again. Thinking about a EX52-NVMe, a AX51-NVMe or a EX62-NVMe.

Any suggestion about another hoster to consider?

I need:
+ 64GB RAM
+ 700 GB SSD
+ #

Thanks for any information, special prices, alternatives that might be better than Hetzner value money wise.
 
now Hetzner can not deliver new servers because of # Virus. :-(
 
Does it infect their network ? :thaenkin:
 
@butterflyoffire well I guess the answer is their supply of servers is halted because of Chinese Newyear and now because of Corona, no stock, jit, no product to sell anymore.
 
My mail host on Hetzner ist still alive. 😲

 

Freshly installed # # server lts, installed docker, next step is to install # compose.
Then setup # with all other needed docker container arround it (#, #, # and more??).

What should I know if I never setup docker or nextcloud to accomplish my goal?
 
I always recommend Docker-Compose (https://docs.docker.com/compose/compose-file/) and personally I'd use Caddy (https://caddyserver.com/v1/docs/proxy) instead of Nginx w/ ACME because it's simpler and written in Go.
 
Have you tried the open source Univention Corporate Server UCS based on Debian to install Nextcloud, etc.

https://www.univention.com

 

Und sobald ich jetzt rausfinde, wie ich einen # in # auf einem Webserver spiegeln kann, dann könnt ich auch live die # sehen. Scheint aber teuere Software zu benötigen, dafür werde ich das Geld nicht ausgeben.
Bild/Foto
 
Laeuft der stream ueber RTSP dann duerfte es ziemlich einfach sein - ohne teurere Software.
 
@fuerstin ja, ist ein rtsp stream, ich hab bisher nur software und Dienste gefunden die Geld kosten. Wenn du nen Tipp hast, gerne her damit.
 
Ich weiss nicht was du willst. Aber ich vermute in einer web page kann einfach im video tag source mit rtsp eingegeben werden e.g.
[video]rtsp://:....[/video]
weiterhin kannst du dir mal motion ansehen - das benutze ich fuer videoueberwachung auf Linux.

 

TIL there is a graphical tool to compare two (or three) folders in #, it is called # and is easy to use.

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@utzer Sorry can you screenshot? Not sure what you mean?

 

I do not know much about #, but I thought I could # it.

I have some small thing I would like to do with it, there is a folder of pictures with one picture added each minute, these pictures I want to scan, remove old ones and then show the latest in large size and the others in kind of a gallery. Actually there is two folders with pictures, so I would love to somehow show the latest picture from both folders and so on. For the beginning I just want to have one php page, i.e. index.php.

I got some questions:
1. Can this be done with PHP?
2. As a absolute beginner, how reasonable is it to get this done?
3. Any tips on how to start learning?
4. Which # editor should I use for the beginning?

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I want to show two photos on a website, those photos are updated each minute and are comming from an IP camera, pushed via a RaspberryPi. How can I do this?

How can I create a static # (besides text editor) in # or is there any other nice way besides full grown #? Any # CMS?

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@Andreas vom Zwenkauer See nein, kein Problem, recht einfach, das war nicht der Zweck meines Postings. HTML ist so zienlich das einzige was ich mal gelernt hab und zusammenschustern kann, so runter tippen eher nicht, aber ich verstehe es.
 
A static HTML page pointing to a local database hosting the two files should do it. The Pi can do SFTP, yes? So, have a script that updates the db via SFTP on a schedule so whomever looks at the website will see the photo.
Hmm, I'm seeing a downside though - the viewer would have to refresh the webpage to see the updated photo. I'm curious to know if you find a good solution.
Best of luck!

 

Do I really need to use # # instead of # to have multi language spell check? I hate to switch if between languages all the time.

# #
This entry was edited (4 months ago)

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Fully agree with Thanatos.
 
+1 want this feature as well

 

For some reason on my # # the Netgear Wifi router USB # does not work. On # it works.
I am guessing there is some kernel module missing or so.

Any ideas?

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Does dmesg have anything to say on this?
 
👍 magic

 

How can I take a RTSP video stream, "forward" it and then make it accessible for viewers? I want to host a webcam stream on a server, the webcam is in a LAN where I prefer to keep the firewall closed, but I can use a small computer there to forward the stream to my public server.

So it would be:
(Webcam) --> (Small home server) --> (Firewall) --> (Server) --> redistribution of stream to whom ever wants to watch it.

All stuff used should be # # / # software.
 
And you're certain you're not actually publically asking for help in pirating drm-protected content, aren't you?
 
@Birne Helene no, it will be a camera broadcasting chicks on bars. :-D
 
Mit VLC müsste das gehen, Google mal nach forward rtsp stream

 

Is there a # device, a # like device, that connects to the # by # and provides 2 # (or similar), couple of USB 3 a 1GBit/s Ethernet and sound output and input? There is such things for Windows and with some restrictions for Apple OS X, but I am not sure if there is anything like that for #.

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I understand the desire, I went through four devices before settling on the unit I have at work. Before that I was hooking up a number of cables and connectors every day at the office. The first unit you posted from Amazon looks like a good choice. If it has MacOS drivers then there's moderate hope that it does or can have actual Linux drivers and support. My assumption is that there are only a handful of host controllers in use on the mass-market USB-C docks, so if there's a driver for two or three then you get access to the bulk of the options. It does still look like that one could be a little strange with the extended desktop versus mirror mode for non-Windows, but that was what I found across all of the USB-C units as well.
 
There is the docking station for lenovo's computer. I use that for my tablet.
There are not 2 hdmi but display port.
I use adaptors for the hdmi.
All that devices works with display link drivers for Linux.

 

In the past I mostly used # as a webserver, it was just the first I ever used and I sticked with it, but today there is # and # and both seem to be pretty well working.
Whats your favorite # / # for # for static # or # ?

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lighttpd is pretty small and convenient, yet still has quite a few features that can be enabled as modules like apache. It has a pretty good security record. I see it a lot on embedded linux devices, but I also install it myself on workstations when I want a web server for local development because it's convenient. Also have good experience with it on light usage public webpages, but I'd probably pick nginx for something with high enough volume for performance to matter.
 
Very much so. Magento is still a pig though. But there's no web server that's going to change that

 

Is there is way to have a # (locally without netboot) make a reinstall of let's say # # each boot? Preferably from the local HDD and again to the local HDD?

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@utzer isn't it what live images do?
 
@Alexander yes, kind of, but how to make sure the HDD partition with the live system is not manipulated?
 
You can run Tinycore of a ramdisk and compile the kernel without sata driver and module loading.

 

Create a new mirror list for # sorted by the speed of the mirrors for # #, just run this:

curl -s "https://www.archlinux.org/mirrorlist/?country=DE&protocol=http&protocol=https&ip_version=4&ip_version=6&use_mirror_status=on" | sed -e 's/^#Server/Server/' -e '/^#/d' | rankmirrors -n 15 -|sudo tee /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist

 

Each time I did a pacman -Syu during the last days I got a negative size difference for the update.
# #
 
same here. Maybe due to the change of archive format (better compression)?
 
@Photor the size diff it shows is the size after installation, are bin's compressed, no idea.

 
@Billie ja, ein paar fand ich auf Anhieb.

@Stef
 
@Billie @Stef

Such mal nach "Linux wipes windows in seconds shirt", da findest du ein paar Anbieter.

 
Won't help with a typo in the ip address. Just tested that for you. m(
 
@utzer Thank you for sharing this! 😀

 

I currently use # core, never really used Bitcoin to send/receive any #, but I would like to change that.

Which other Bitcoin client for # would you suggest that enables me to receive Bitcoins and also send them?

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I use Bitcoin Core and Electrum.

 

Something in # # starts #, I see it in the output of "ps aux" as "/usr/bin/ssh-agent -s" is is started as soon as I login with my personal users, but I have no idea what starts it.

The problem ist, this ssh-agent seems to to work, I have no idea why, so I would like to disable its start to see if that can solve my problem.

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Did you check your session-manager from your desktop?
 
@hackbyte yes, finally I figured that out, took me a long time.
Xfce loads either ssh-agent or gpg agent. I found it by luck and deactivated it. Still have other ssh problems. Unbelievable what kind of problems I already encountered with # # in the last few days.

 

Wie verfiziere ich denn jetzt den Key von #, also von der threema-web version die im # liegt? Ist das überhaupt was offizielles, wahrscheinlich nicht, oder?

Hier im AUR mit Verweis auf Key: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/threema-web/
Hier der Key: https://keybase.io/threema

# #

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Just learned about the locker "slock" which works with # and others. I just locks the screen and shows a black screen, then on the black screen you can type your password, which will cause it to show a different color when typing. That is the purest # application I ever saw.
 
Huh? I don't know about a special xserver for i3.
i3lock just works under my Debian-based desktop system.
 
@★ Miller the Defondor i3 is a desktop environment as KDE, Xfce or Mate. Complex terminalogy as I just figured out. Never mind the details.
 
No problem with i3lock. I use it with the MATE desktop environment. There are no hard dependencies i know

 

Hibernation still isn't a thing with # #. I tried and it just did a fresh boot. :-/
 
Do you have enough swap space? Hibernation is done by moving all RAM contents into swap IIRC.
 
@0mega ☠ it was another problem, this was somehow missing from the setup, I will try that solution on my # Mint machine in the next days I think. That would make life much easier. One thing after that will be to move the swap into the luks, maybe by using a Swap file (easier that rearranging the partitions).

 

Next quest with # #: Find out how to have the correct keymap loaded when booting so the crypt password is correct on the first attempt OR remove the special characters from the password. :-/
 
ah. Ok. Lightdm takes takes the settings directly from X-server.

 

How do I permanently mount a # on # and make sure it get's remounted when my connection changes?
 
Which type of connection does this borgbackup use?

I usually use sshfs for convenient remote stuff ... and sshfs has a reconnect-if-connection-lost feature.. hhmm.... ;)
 
@hackbyte I think I have to use borg, otherwise I am not sure how to decrypt the backup, borg stores encrypted backups on some SSH server.

 

It seems I have a # driver issue with an Intel wireless LAN card, this is the output of "lspci -k":
"00:0c.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation Device 31dc (rev 03)
Subsystem: Intel Corporation Device 02a4"

I think this driver is part of iwlwifi, so I installed "firmware-iwlwifi". But that seems not to do the trick. What is wrong?
 
Since Ubuntu is a Debian variant they ought to apply

 

How can I add a second IPv6 to "/etc/network/interfaces"? # #