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Using a Manifest to Recreate your Linux System Selectively

Last week, I had finally had enough of not being able to hibernate my computer.  There was enough “chaff’ and weird things happening.

I did realize that I could create a list of everything I had, and then get Linux to import that list and reinstall all my programs. 621 more words

Helpful Hints

Run shell script from File Manager

To Run a Executable Unix shell script from the File Manager instead of the UNIX Terminal, do the following:

1.Open the File Manager :
2.From the Menu, select Edit-->Preferences-->Behaviour as follows: 8 more words

How to setup slave for MySQL replication with Percona-xtrabackup

On this section, i will show howto setup slave node (pxc-5.6) with percona-xtrabackup.

MySQL Version : 5.6.36
xtrabackup version : 2.3

The steps is simple, so follow me… 333 more words


How to install SELinux in Debian Stretch

In this post I’m going to explain how to install SELinux in Debian 9 (Stretch). In following posts I will explain how to debug its alerts till putting it in enforcing mode. 488 more words


Debian and beyond

It’s not new that I have Debian installed on a netbook that a friend of mine borrowed me.  You can read here  and  here,  if you want to know more. 718 more words


Configuring X Windows on a Virtual Machine

When using X windows on a virtual machine I have found that the screen resolution is detected automatically it can often default to a maximum resolution of 1024×768 pixels – sometimes you can select a better resolution (by navigating to system → preferences → monitors) after logging in but you can configure the default display resolution using /etc/X11/xorg.conf. 1,053 more words


BPI-M2U - debian login

Device : BPI-M2U
Boot Image : 2016-11-29-debian-8-jessie-lite-beta2-bpi-m2u-lcd7-sd-emmc.img

Login username and password

username : pi
password : bananapi