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    Welcome! Post questions on the appropriate forum!...

    Welcome! Post questions on the appropriate forum! :-)
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    You are not providing enough information to help...

    You are not providing enough information to help you.
  3. I'm here, but I don't know if I can tell you...

    I'm here, but I don't know if I can tell you more. Most phones, laptops, and computers these days have a BT interface (it is radio-based). They usually have a tool that allows you to pair your BT...
  4. You can use BT, but it is a serious PITA!

    You can use BT, but it is a serious PITA!
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    For users, I suspect it will impact them. The...

    For users, I suspect it will impact them. The hash between sha512 and md5 are very different. They may be able to reset their passwords, but you may need to do it for them.
  6. Thread: Hello there

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    Welcome to the forums. Post you questions to the...

    Welcome to the forums. Post you questions to the appropriate forum so we can give you proper advice.
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    Myself, I prefer to use a Logitech wireless...

    Myself, I prefer to use a Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse. Never had a problem with them, and they aren't expensive. Has a small USB dongle that controls them.

    The biggest issue is replacing...
  8. Thread: cant

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    You need to run Synaptic as root. IE: su - root...

    You need to run Synaptic as root. IE: su - root (password). Then you can run synaptic properly in your terminal. I do this all of the time.
  9. I run CentOS on my server and Mint on my laptop....

    I run CentOS on my server and Mint on my laptop. Both work very well for me. I ran Fedora years ago - too much of a PITA!
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    If they don't have root access (hopefully they...

    If they don't have root access (hopefully they don't) then make the directories owned by root.
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    Mint is an Ubuntu clone so it uses Aptitude and...

    Mint is an Ubuntu clone so it uses Aptitude and Synaptic to manage software.
  12. Fedora is NOT a production system. It is...

    Fedora is NOT a production system. It is experimental at best. Why are you using it? Switch to CentOS or Red Hat.
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    Sorry, but the zip file doesn't want to be...

    Sorry, but the zip file doesn't want to be displayed on my computer (also Linux Mint). Please post it directly.
  14. A seg-fault at address 0x0 basically means that...

    A seg-fault at address 0x0 basically means that something is trying to write to that memory address - not allowed! I agree with woodsmoke, contact the FreeBSD user forums for help!
  15. All ext2 or later drives are basically...

    All ext2 or later drives are basically compatible. Ext4 has the best recovery mechanisms and reliability - I use it in all but my oldest drives. Plug in as many drives as you need. Myself, I use...
  16. Myself, I stick with Google Mail. Works on...

    Myself, I stick with Google Mail. Works on everything, including my cell phone. I quite using T-Bird a number of years ago - too much trouble!
  17. If it has a USB port, you can use a Logitech...

    If it has a USB port, you can use a Logitech mouse and keyboard very easily. They have a small USB dongle that will plug into the port, and then the keyboard and mouse work amazingly well! I use them...
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    Look at /etc/services for ports that are assigned...

    Look at /etc/services for ports that are assigned to various services. 8001 is not assigned that I can see. You should be able to use that without using "semanage" to do so. You may want to add it to...
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    Well, PHP is just text - consider it C++ for web...

    Well, PHP is just text - consider it C++ for web sites! You need to secure your site. FWIW, Wordpress is horrible and unsecure! Just my opinion... I have years of PHP coding experience, so it is just...
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    Use sftp (secure ftp) for this. That will require...

    Use sftp (secure ftp) for this. That will require a proper password and security key to get into the system. DO NOT use unsecured FTP or you will quickly be pwnd by bad actors...
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    There are some good schools in Vietnam. In any...

    There are some good schools in Vietnam. In any case, if you have good internet access, there are a lot of good sources of information and training that you can avail yourself to.
  22. Well put! :-)

    Well put! :-)
  23. You do remove the binary and place it in the...

    You do remove the binary and place it in the shell script. The binary is then no longer available in /bin or /usr/bin.
  24. It's not rocket science. You put all the xm...

    It's not rocket science. You put all the xm commands in a shell script and put the -D option in a branch that only root can access. If you don't know how to do that, then you need to study how bash...
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    Have you tried placing a backslash in front of...

    Have you tried placing a backslash in front of the = sign?
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