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    Hi. If I understand you correctly, you were...

    Hi.

    If I understand you correctly, you were running Debian stable, Stretch, and now you have a mixed system with testing, Buster. https://www.debian.org/releases/

    Although I have never tried...
  2. Hi, mindsword. Did you find something...

    Hi, mindsword.

    Did you find something suitable?

    If so, please share the answer and the reasons for your choice ... cheers, drl
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    Hi, DoME69. Welcome to the forum. You...

    Hi, DoME69.

    Welcome to the forum.

    You didn't supply much information about your environment (OS, shell etc.), your attempts, or what you might be trying to do, so here is a solution without...
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    Hi. You can judge some for yourself: ...

    Hi.

    You can judge some for yourself:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_terminal_emulators#Linux

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_terminal_emulators

    Best wishes ... cheers,...
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    Hi. I have also used Debian apt-file and ara...

    Hi.

    I have also used Debian apt-file and ara for searching for files and packages.

    Best wishes ... cheers, drl
  6. Hi. Just a guess based on many personal errors...

    Hi.

    Just a guess based on many personal errors -- this sounds like you installed the networking with NAT instead of bridged:

    If this is the case, my recollection is that the simple correction...
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    Hi. I usually follow the advice: ...

    Hi.

    I usually follow the advice:

    "The kernel random-number generator is designed to produce
    a small amount of high-quality seed material to seed a
    cryptographic...
  8. Hi. You can view a number of tutorials for...

    Hi.

    You can view a number of tutorials for TheBrain at TheBrain Tutorials

    You can download a trial version of the code.

    They have weekly live webinars where you can ask questions.

    Best...
  9. Thread: Linux book

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    Hi. In looking into a sample of: Mastering...

    Hi.

    In looking into a sample of:

    Mastering Linux - Fundamentals
    Mar 13, 2016
    by Paul Cobbaut
    at Amazon, the Table of Contents looks good. In a quick perusal of a chapter, I saw a minor typo....
  10. Hi. As a matter of course when asking...

    Hi.

    As a matter of course when asking questions, a sample input and sample output are very useful. In this case a sample of the command you want xargs to execute for you would be useful.

    I'll...
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    Hi, CarterCox. Welcome to the forums. For a...

    Hi, CarterCox.

    Welcome to the forums.

    For a beginning list of books, see post #6 in thread https://www.unix.com/unix-for-beginners-questions-and-answers/275586-case-inside-while-read-file.html...
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    Hi. Apparently copied verbatim from...

    Hi.

    Apparently copied verbatim from https://askubuntu.com/questions/978117/security-vulnerabilities q.v.

    The responses there indicated that they didn't seem to understand the question either,...
  13. Hi. This thread caught my attention because I...

    Hi.

    This thread caught my attention because I have a TP-LINK TL-WN822N. I purchased it for a relative, but it turned it was not needed, so I never tried to install it.

    I ran across one possible...
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    [SOLVED] Debian and rpm

    Hi.

    However:

    Package: rpm
    Version: 4.11.3-1.1
    Installed-Size: 1376
    Maintainer: Michal Čihař <nijel@debian.org>
    Architecture: amd64
    ...
  15. Hi. A longer thread with more discussion at...

    Hi.

    A longer thread with more discussion at...
  16. Hi. I suggest bridged. Best wishes ......

    Hi.

    I suggest bridged.

    Best wishes ... cheers, drl
  17. Hi. Yes, often problems like this are...

    Hi.

    Yes, often problems like this are multi-stage. You could probably do the entire thing in awk if you're good enough with awk (and you get good by creating solutions).

    You could also extract...
  18. Hi, onthetopo. Welcome to the forum. ...

    Hi, onthetopo.

    Welcome to the forum.

    General meta-advice:

    In the absence of that, specific advice to get you started:

    -m NUM, --max-count=NUM
    Stop reading a file...
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    Hi. I followed the advice from Rubberman, and...

    Hi.

    I followed the advice from Rubberman, and have had a very good experience with ZaReason, although with a desktop rather than a laptop.

    See...
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    Hi. Noting:: If you are NOT inclined to...

    Hi.

    Noting::

    If you are NOT inclined to spend a large amount of your time and ARE inclined to spend a few hundred for a box, you could hire someone to do this.

    Recently I have installed a...
  21. Hi. Perhaps: ...

    Hi.

    Perhaps:

    https://www.debian.org/mirror/ftpmirror

    and:

    apt-cache show apt-mirror
    or
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    Hi. Also posted at 2017-10-09, 09:12 on...

    Hi.

    Also posted at 2017-10-09, 09:12 on https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/slackware-14/slackware-14-2-current-amdgpu-pro-%3D-unable-to-startx-4175615310/

    Good luck ... cheers, drl
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    Hi, Mumbles. Good points. Thanks ... cheers,...

    Hi, Mumbles.

    Good points. Thanks ... cheers, drl
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    Hi. Note the uppercase V: $ python3 -V...

    Hi.

    Note the uppercase V:

    $ python3 -V
    Python 3.4.3
    $ python -V
    Python 2.7.6
    On a system like:
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    Hi. Thanks for the output. 1) Compiling...

    Hi.

    Thanks for the output.

    1) Compiling this with shc:

    #!/bin/bash

    # @(#) hi Demonstrate simple script.
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