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  1. Yes, it's difficult at times. But there are...

    Yes, it's difficult at times. But there are enough unwelcoming help sites out there for those asking questions about Linux. New users coming here may read stuff without knowing the history, this...
  2. Come on guys, rein it in. @postcd, please...

    Come on guys, rein it in.

    @postcd, please remember that people here are volunteering their time to help. Have some respect for their time and at least research a fix yourself before posting,...
  3. My main rig uses an AMD FX processor, and an AMD...

    My main rig uses an AMD FX processor, and an AMD video card. The only Intel kit I use are Atom CPUs for their low power-profile (my server runs at 15W plus whatever power the hard disk uses). If...
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    Not really. Linux software has never really been...

    Not really. Linux software has never really been available through computer suppliers as pre-boxed packages - there are exceptions, of course, but largely that's been the distribution method for...
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    This site is really about how Linux, not other...

    This site is really about how Linux, not other operating systems. While there is a rich mine of humour in operating system comparisons, our purpose is help people who use Linux, not to malign other...
  6. Thread: Backup script

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    If you're having trouble with your homework, then...

    If you're having trouble with your homework, then you should discuss it with your tutor.
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    [SOLVED] Check your scripting settings in your browser. ...

    Check your scripting settings in your browser. You may have something turned off that you need turned on, or vice versa.
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    I've been down the administrator tools, and I...

    I've been down the administrator tools, and I don't have a 'reset password' option. As far as I can see, the tools to reset your own password should work normally - all you have to do is follow the...
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    At startup? Or perhaps after your desktop...

    At startup? Or perhaps after your desktop starts?

    Normally, at startup, there is no GUI/Desktop loaded, that comes later. If you launch firefox from your ~/.bashrc file it should run when the...
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    Yes I did read the OP, it's the 'opening an...

    Yes I did read the OP, it's the 'opening an account ... without them knowing it's me' bit that I found interesting. The other answers above were good, just wanted to highlight what risks TOR poses...
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    Actually... if you're going to set up an account...

    Actually... if you're going to set up an account with a web site, then using TOR is the last way you want to do it, You'll be giving the web site your personal information, your password, and enough...
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    1) yes, this is the correct approach, although...

    1) yes, this is the correct approach, although there is a little more to it than that, as you would need to ensure the public key you're using to decrypt the signature does indeed represent the...
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    Now now children play nicely. This is one of the...

    Now now children play nicely. This is one of the warmest, friendlies forums on the internet. If you want to go squabble, there are better places, even some that offer Linux help.
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    If you want to stop users copying stuff around on...

    If you want to stop users copying stuff around on your server, then the standard approach is to use filesystem permissions to deny them read access to the source and/or write access to the...
  15. It all depends on what you're supposed to have...

    It all depends on what you're supposed to have running in the background. Run 'top' from the command line and see which processes are taking up your cpu cycles.
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    Hi there, welcome.

    Hi there, welcome.
  17. It makes sense to put the DHCP and DNS server...

    It makes sense to put the DHCP and DNS server together on the same hardware, as you want the networked PCs to do their DHCP broadcast and have them resolved by this local server. You probably...
  18. Its not the modules that openssl is dependent...

    Its not the modules that openssl is dependent upon, its the modules that are dependent upon openssll that got removed when you uninstalled openssl.

    If you can find the list of items that were...
  19. You should start by reinstalling openssl, if dnf...

    You should start by reinstalling openssl, if dnf will work. The complete list of removed packages should be in the logs - if you can access those, and dnf is working, you can try reinstalling the...
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    Hello, welcome to the forums.

    Hello, welcome to the forums.
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    BASH scripts is a pretty big subject, but a good...

    BASH scripts is a pretty big subject, but a good grounding can be found here:

    https://www.howtoforge.com/tutorial/linux-shell-scripting-lessons/

    I'm not sure if it'll lead you where you need to...
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    You need 'mysqldump'. There are loads of...

    You need 'mysqldump'. There are loads of instructions on the Internet about how to use it that are much better than I'd be able to add here - it's not very hard. Try these:

    Backup and Restore...
  23. Thread: Hello!

    by Roxoff
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    Hello there. Welcome to the forums.

    Hello there. Welcome to the forums.
  24. Yes. On usenet and possibly through other...

    Yes. On usenet and possibly through other channels, I believe there were many BBS services around in those days. I did tell you that you were factually incorrect.

    Anyhow. I think you've abused...
  25. Thread: Hi I'm new

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    Welcome to both of you. It's good to have you...

    Welcome to both of you. It's good to have you aboard.
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