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    ssh -v phil@192.168.1.XXX yeilds OpenSSH_7.2p2...

    ssh -v phil@192.168.1.XXX
    yeilds
    OpenSSH_7.2p2 Ubuntu-4ubuntu2.4, OpenSSL 1.0.2g 1 Mar 2016
    debug1: Reading configuration data /etc/ssh/ssh_config
    debug1: /etc/ssh/ssh_config line 19: Applying...
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    When i type ssh phil@168.192.1.XXX on the...

    When i type
    ssh phil@168.192.1.XXX on the raspberry pi. I get the following diagnostic
    ssh: connect to host 192.168.1.XXX port 22: connection refused
    To ssh from my laptop do i need to start ssh...
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    I'm not using keys. I'm following a tutorial at...

    I'm not using keys. I'm following a tutorial at https://pythonprogramming.net/remote-access-raspberry-pi-tutorials . I shouldn't have any stale hosts, this is my first adventure in ssh and networking
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    Rasbian and ssh

    hi, i just setup my raspberry pi 3b. i've started the SSH daemon on the raspberry pie. when i try to ping the laptop from raspberry pi or the raspberry pi from my laptop they both work. when i try ...
  5. Try sudo apt-get install...

    Try
    sudo apt-get install libboost_system.so.1.58.0
    sudo apt-get install libboost_system.so.1.58.0-dev
  6. Use spaces like this h t t p : w w w.google.com

    Use spaces like this h t t p : w w w.google.com
  7. You can't post links because you haven't made...

    You can't post links because you haven't made enough posts. It prevents spammers. To post a link just add spaces so it's not a link. eg h t t p :w w w.google.co.uk.
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    Try sudo apt-get upgrade && sudo apt-get update...

    Try
    sudo apt-get upgrade && sudo apt-get update

    Have you tried
    sudo ldconfig -v

    How about
    sudo apt-get install libgdbm.so.5
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    Save and restore points

    Sorry to use microsoft windows parlance.
    I have read some where that linux has a feature to create a system files backup such that if you upgrade your kernel and it goes wrong you can easily get...
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    Try sudo apt-get update Does it give any...

    Try
    sudo apt-get update Does it give any diagnostics like run with --fix-broken or --fix-missing? you may need to do further research because qmake defaults to version 5 of qt
  11. There's a new version of firefox 57.0.4 which...

    There's a new version of firefox 57.0.4 which helps in most situations.
    Just type
    sudo apt-get update yes this will update everything it does upgrade firefox
  12. Windows will spank your linux partition. It may...

    Windows will spank your linux partition. It may not over write it so you could possibly get things back with a disk doctor. Can you not rent a few gigs of cloud space, put your files there whilst you...
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    I use file commander on my phone. To transfer...

    I use file commander on my phone. To transfer files i just initiate transfer on the phone. It gives me a web address and port. I enter those in my laptop's browser. I can then move files at will.
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    Is the boot order right in your bios

    Is the boot order right in your bios
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    After failing with unnet bootin. I just used dd...

    After failing with unnet bootin. I just used dd and copied my image file that way something like
    dd if=~/ubuntu.iso of=/dev/sdb
  16. Moving directories onto different partitions and...

    Moving directories onto different partitions and joining them back to your file system with soft links is safe. You may be able to just mount the new /var partition by editing /etc/fstab
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    You need to signout and back in for your new...

    You need to signout and back in for your new group to take effect
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    Have you tried apt-cache search '.*boost.*'

    Have you tried

    apt-cache search '.*boost.*'
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    I've been using mint on amd with no problems for...

    I've been using mint on amd with no problems for years. My last laptop was quite low spec and ran mint 12
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    Insert it a usb pen drive Type mkdir ~/usb...

    Insert it a usb pen drive
    Type
    mkdir ~/usb
    sudo mount /dev/sdb1 ~/usb

    Move or copy your data to directory ~/usb which will write the data to your usb.
    Before you pull it out type
    umount ~/usb...
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    I doubt you'll get an answer for a micro...

    I doubt you'll get an answer for a micro controller and a raspberry pi here. Try Raspberry Pi Forums - Index page
  22. Try apropos sound

    Try
    apropos sound
  23. Does ls /directory/*.jpa work

    Does
    ls /directory/*.jpa work
  24. Your cat statement has replaced the contents of...

    Your cat statement has replaced the contents of freemason.mp3 to location /system/app/Music2/Music2.apk

    Try
    aplay freemason.mp3
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    Boot up with your instalation disk. chroot to...

    Boot up with your instalation disk. chroot to /dev/sdXY which is the root / partition. Try
    grub-install /dev/sda if that works just to be sure
    update-grub
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