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    Cannot get MariaDB 10 to replace MariaDB 5

    I have followed the MariaDB suggestions to installed MariaDB-Server on Centos 7 that include
    * Create the repo file for MariaDB 10
    * Remove the current version of MariaDB-Server
    * Use yum to...
  2. I was planing to use Centos 7 with the NUC5i5RYK...

    I was planing to use Centos 7 with the NUC5i5RYK or the NUC5i7RYK.

    How is your install working for you?

    Todd
  3. Anyone have install experience with Centos/RH on an Intel NUC (i5, i7)

    I would like to install Centos on an Intel i5/i7 NUC, however I'm not a Linux geek -- just know enough to keep/kept my home server running with Centos 5 (network component died).

    Todd
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    I am clear how the permissions of /etc/usb1 are...

    I am clear how the permissions of /etc/usb1 are communicated when the usb disk is mounted.

    About @docbot question, until the usb disk is auto-mounted, /media/disk does not exist; just /media.
    ...
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    Negative...this is a Linux server with an...

    Negative...this is a Linux server with an external USB I use for backup using rsync.

    Thank you for any help you can offer...

    Todd
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    Cannot change ownership of /media/disk

    This is the result of ls -ld:
    drwxr-xr-x 13 todd root 16384 Dec 31 1969 /media/disk

    Due to my not fully grasping how the /media/disk is created and managed by the auto-mounting of the USB, I no...
  7. rsync is returning an error I do not comprehend

    I am getting error:


    And this is the command that I have used for quite a few years:


    I have a new vfat usb drive, "/media/disk" (sda1).

    Any suggestions would be appreciated.
  8. Sorry, but I am showing my lack of knowledge on...

    Sorry, but I am showing my lack of knowledge on what the full output of fdisk -l is telling me.



    I assume that HPFS/NTFS means that the drive is formatted for Windows and can be read by...
  9. Thank you! So, it is NTFS: Disk /dev/sda:...

    Thank you! So, it is NTFS:

    Disk /dev/sda: 81.9 GB, 81964302336 bytes
    255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 9964 cylinders
    Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes

    Device Boot Start ...
  10. How to determine the file system on a USB drive

    I have what appears to be a corrupt filesystem on my backup usb drive. The OS is Centos 2.6 and when I auto-mount the drive (plug it in and turn it on), and then double click on the icon, the...
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    "Cannot delete, write protected"

    I have a user, download. The directory is owned by download and is part of the download group. The permissions are 775.

    I, todd, am a member of the download group, but I cannot delete a file in...
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