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Hi from Greek vegan guy

Linux Questions - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 13:29
Hi from Greek vegan guy

i am vegan ~4 years, and i use i think almost open source programs.

I am a statistician / data analyst and vegan activist and member of the greek party for animals.
I endorse the ban of animal abuse include of animal agriculture.

I have as hobbies, walk, bicycle, friends, games and pc games. I like music and eurovision song contest :)
I love tiktok
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LXer: Ubuntu 22.10 (Kinetic Kudu) development starts. Here are all the details you need to know.

Linux Questions - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 13:02
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Details about the upcoming Ubuntu 22.10 Kinetic Kudu that includes expected features, updated with daily build download links.

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Ubuntu 22.10 (Kinetic Kudu) development starts. Here are all the details you need to know.

LXer Linux News - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 13:01
Details about the upcoming Ubuntu 22.10 Kinetic Kudu that includes expected features, updated with daily build download links.
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I don't understand why this port rule in firewalld

Linux Questions - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 12:52
Hi guys-

Just wondering, why the command to leave ports 1025-65535 open as a rule in firewalld. There is an article that they brought to the attention of the firewall people. It was under consideration.

sudo firewall-cmd --get-active-zones
FedoraWorkstation

I don't know what you guys think. I turned the port rules off.

thanks,
roboloki
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Need some help with iSCSI

Linux Questions - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 12:35
I have a Linux server with a disk containing a loop device that contains a Windows NTFS volume, connecting to my Windows machines via iSCSI. After a connection problem Windows insisted to recheck the NTFS volume, ultimately to reformat it. That didn't sound as a good idea to me and I started by saving the image, called disk01.img, to another location on my Linux server. Then I let Windows rewrite the volume, so now I have a correct Windows volume, which is still empty. I tried to copy back the file disk01.img, but that doesn't seem to work yet. I would now like to use the saved copy of disk01.img as the source for iSCSI. However, the docs are not quite clear to me on how to do that and I would appreciate some help. I have now:
Quote: targetcli
/> ls /backstores/fileio/disk01
o- disk01 ................ [/storage/disk01.img (680.0GiB) write-back activated]
o- alua ..................................................... [ALUA Groups: 1]
o- default_tg_pt_gp ......................... [ALUA state: Active/optimized] I would like trying to change the parameter disk01 from the current /storage/disk01.img into /saveddir/disk01.img but I don't want to make any errors here and this is not something I have done before. What would be the correct instruction in targetcli?
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LVM commands lvchange -M and lvchange -Z

Linux Questions - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 12:10
Hi, im trying to do some researches for my final project and i'm having some difficulties to understand what exactly doues the comando lvchange -M and the other command lvchange -Z.

Every help is welcomed.
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LXer: How to Zip Files and Directories from Linux Command Line

Linux Questions - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 10:59
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Learn how to zip files and directories in Linux using the zip command. It put one or more compressed files into a single zip archive file with the .zip extension.

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How to Zip Files and Directories from Linux Command Line

LXer Linux News - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 10:50
Learn how to zip files and directories in Linux using the zip command. It put one or more compressed files into a single zip archive file with the .zip extension.
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What's the Benefit to 64 over 32 bit installation

Linux Questions - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 10:26
I was just curious if there is a real noticeable benefit to running 64 bit OS on a 64 machine, rather than running a 32 bit OS on a 64 machine. I'm not really concerned with some sort of bit transfer, Ghz altering, alternative bus travel type issues. I mean from just staring at a screen and operating the software, is there a real difference?

The reason I ask, I use an old HP Pavilion G series with AMD proc. I used Slackware 14.2 64 bit with Alien Bob's multilibs installed for several years and my old 32 windows games seem to run fine. Since then I've install 15.0 64 with AB multilibs and several games will either not run or run very poorly. I've also tried Kubuntu 19.10 64 and all the games worked fine. Now it's no longer supported I then tried Ubuntu 20.04 64. Still ify on the certain games running. I've further tried Kubuntu 22.04 64. It has serious Wifi issues, so who knows if anything would work.

So I got to thinking, maybe I'm trying to put a square peg in a round hole. If I mostly use 32 bit, why don't I just run 32 bit and not worry about 32 compatibility issues?
Thanks
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Anitx question

Linux Questions - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 09:00
What is the difference between antix sid and antix berta ceres ?

Or, I should just try both and find out .
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LXer: FriendlyELEC unveils Rockchip based NanoPi R5S SBC with gigabit WAN/LAN support and HDMI output

Linux Questions - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 08:42
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FriendlyELEC recently revealed a new member of its NanoPi line on their social Media. The NanoPi R5S is a SBC (Single Board Computer) based on the Rockchip RK3568 processor. According to the company, the NanoPi has been designed to be used as a gateway device.

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FriendlyELEC unveils Rockchip based NanoPi R5S SBC with gigabit WAN/LAN support and HDMI output

LXer Linux News - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 08:38
FriendlyELEC recently revealed a new member of its NanoPi line on their social Media. The NanoPi R5S is a SBC (Single Board Computer) based on the Rockchip RK3568 processor. According to the company, the NanoPi has been designed to be used as a gateway device.
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Show disks on Desktop in AVLinux on Mac Pro2,1 A1186

Linux Questions - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 08:04
Entirely new to Linux.

Have Mac Pro2,1 - A1186 - BTO/CTO
It has 5 gigs of ram and 4 hard drives, a 250 and three 500s. I have 8 USB drives of 500gigs and 1TB each to use with it.

The machine is basically useless as a Mac. Modern Apple operating systems and software will not install or run on this machine. Decided to try Linux. Tried many flavors and versions of Linux until finally got AVLinux latest version (AV_Linux_MX-21_Edition-21_ahs_x64) to install. So far no other version or flavor will install. Preferred Ubuntu Studio but no version of that would install. There are a lot of videos and articles saying how easy it is to install Linux on these machines. NONE OF THEM work with this model.

Been looking for how to get disks, trash, Computer to show up on the desktop like any "normal" computer. How is this done? The machine is still not usable. It does not even allow copying files freely from one disk to another. Plugging in a USB drive takes you to a window other than the desktop. When the machine boots up, the internal disks, computer, and trash, are not shown on the desktop. There is actually nothing on the stock desktop but a system monitor which is not part of the actual desktop. There seems to be no control panel, especially something that controls whether disks are shown on desktop.

The intended use is to process video. The only programs to be run are Audacity, Openshot, and possibly Kdenlive. There is no need for internet access or much else beyond being able to do audio and video editing. The ability to freely copy files between drives is crucial.

Please, No command lines!!!
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Docker Desktop for Linux Available to Download

Linux Today News - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 08:00

Docker Desktop for Linux is now available for download. This was the second most requested developer request on Docker’s roadmap. Learn more here.

The post Docker Desktop for Linux Available to Download appeared first on Linux Today.

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Videomapping

Linux Questions - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 07:40
Hello! Some time later I see a video build by videomapping, than I decided to try it. So my questions is: it's possible to make a videomapping by Blender? If not there are opnsource software (Linux&Windows) to do it? During my search I found MadMap only, bat it's a buy product.

Thanks!
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How to create a redhat based distribution (rpm and yum)

Linux Questions - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 07:24
How do I create a redhat based distribution with both rpm and yum. Are there any tutorials or articles on it? Or can any of you detail how to create one.
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is here anyone who can edit my picture - like with photoshop or gimp?

Linux Questions - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 07:23
i did a pretty picture using permanent pencils and colored pencils.

its size a3, there is poorly made shadowing on that picture. i would be happy if some one could modify (soften) those shadows. and make it pretty.

i did try to soften the shadows with gimp but i am not good using it.

version 1 :
https://i.imgur.com/Jo48wfS.jpg

version 2 :
https://i.imgur.com/2BJQVnF.jpg
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slaklive md5sum doesn't check

Linux Questions - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 07:00
For the last past few weeks I downloaded (with wget)
slackware64-live-current.iso and ran the command
Code: md5sum slackware64-live-current.iso and it didn't check with the md5 provided.
Latest version I downloaded is 2022-05-12.
I thought to boot it anyway and I got a kernel panic.
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LXer: 5 reasons to apply for B Corp certification

Linux Questions - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 06:40
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Wholegrain Digital just passed its fifth anniversary of being a certified B Corp. B Corp is one of the most robust independent certifications assessing whether a business is run responsibly in terms of its environmental impact, its treatment of workers and suppliers, its impact on communities, and its governance.

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5 reasons to apply for B Corp certification

LXer Linux News - Sat, 05/14/2022 - 06:27
Wholegrain Digital just passed its fifth anniversary of being a certified B Corp. B Corp is one of the most robust independent certifications assessing whether a business is run responsibly in terms of its environmental impact, its treatment of workers and suppliers, its impact on communities, and its governance.
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