ngativ wrote:abveritas wrote:pacman was rebuild, but not part of a .db for this update, it is fixed for x86_64 (-4 is not up for i686 yet).It is me or pacman doesn't recognize my ccr install anymore neither?Forget it! i just received a pacman update that fixed it
In my shell script I am using the zip command to zip the log files. The zip file is password protected. But there is a dicey.
I want the output as:
1) All files should be zipped including sub-directories' files
2) All files (individually) should be Password protected (may be common or different)
3) User should feed the password as input just once.
We have a Windows 7 machine (but in the near future we may use a Windows Server one) which we use for showing a screensaver on a big display. The host is in the company domain, we log to the machine with a domain account, and we set the screensaver timeout to 1 minute.
abveritas wrote:Mentioning you just got an amarok update, indictaes that your updates have not been correct. Or updating once very 3 months with a rolling relaese, not the best plan either. Do you use pacman -Syu solely for updates? Before installing ANY package ever, do you always pacman -Syu first? Checked if your mirror is syncing correctly?I get the updates as soon as t
abveritas wrote:SpiderOaks last promo was sigining up with the code WORLDBACKUPDAY, but seems this one expired.@abveritas Thank you very much for the information. Since I am a current SpiderOak user hopefully they will allow me to go up to 5gb instead of previous limit of 2gb even though the 5gb promotion has expired.
2ManyDogs wrote:senorsmile wrote:I have found the rngd in aur. However, since I can't run pacman yet, I can't install anything. The wiki says to run haveged before, but I can't install that either until I run the key init.Arch wiki wrote:Initializing the keyringTo set up the pacman keyring use:pacman-key --initFor this initialization entropy is required.
Sometime ago I made a .ods file with Libreoffice Calc which I password protected. I have now forgotten the password and so am unable to access the file. Is there any way of bypassing the password as root using the terminal or recovering the password? Thanks.
Thanks for the reply, abveritas. System is fixed now. Here's how I got into -- and out of -- this mess:Initially, I ran: pacman -Syu --ignore filesystem && pacman -S filesystem --force && pacman -S chakra-initThe chakra-init sync failed due to conflicts -- I don't recall conflict descriptions.