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Nagios SCHEDULE_FORCED_HOST_CHECK not runningview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – In nagios, when I force a host check, I can clearly see in the logs: Code: [1279640879] EXTERNAL COMMAND: SCHEDULE_FORCED_HOST_CHECK;random-host.domain.org;1279640878 However it never actually runs the check-host-alive check, which is check_ping. (HowTos)

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Linux Distro for 64bit and ATI video card?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hello, I was wondering what is the best package for a desktop computer 64bit, ATI Radeon HD videocard with dual monitor compatibility? Also, I would like to know specs such as an extense forum discussion of the distro and easy dependencies installation such as the yum command. Currently, I have suse 11 but it gave me more problems that solutions. (HowTos)

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scrolling in command lineview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Ok, im installing gentoo on to my lappy and i have one problem if i do a command like help or something to that affect half of the commands dissapper so how do i scroll on it (HowTos)

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Auto Key press fill forms through simulating key pressesview story

http://www.linux.com – This script can be used to repeatedly press keys on the keyboard, it was used to fill out 100 odd entries on a web page while testing without having to physically enter the data.Save the code below some where like /usr/bin/ with what ever file name you like, set the file to be  executable with chmod +x /usr/bin/keyrepeat (General)

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[ubuntu] EDUP 802.11N wireless adapterview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Recently I purchased for few bucks on eBay a wireless network adapter with name "EDUP 802.11N". This topic explains how to setup this device on Ubuntu. (HowTos)

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Alpha 2 dual-monitor problemsview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I frequently use my laptop with a dual monitor or projector, so I hope somebody can help me here. In alpha 1, I used to be able to control a second display with xrandr very easily. In alpha 2, something goes wrong. Whenever I activate the second display, using either xrandr at the command line, or grandr, I get an almost completely unresponsive system. (HowTos)

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how to copy some lines in a file and delete these lines afterview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – all, i have a file that contains 100 ligns, i need to write a script that read 70 lignes and redirect those 70 ligns to another files and these 70ligns have to be erased in the first file when i write this command head -70 somefile.txt>test.txt or sed -n 70p somefile.txt>test.txt i have these 70 lines in the text.txt files (HowTos)

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Introductionview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hello everyone. I am new to Linux, though I have been using it for about a year. I just installed 10.4 on the second hard drive of my dual-boot system, and I love it! (HowTos)

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Batch resize images using the command line in Linuxview story

http://tips4linux.com – If you have a ton of images that need resizing, you can do it all with the imagemagick package:cd /home/user/imagesmkdir resized_imagescp /home/user/images/* /home/user/images/resized_images Now that you have a copy of the files in resized_images, time to resize them all: mogrify -resize 800 *.jpg (HowTos)

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Any Nagios Gurus?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Require help installing Nagios on Debian. I have installed it and setup an apache conf. Nagios http page loads but shows errors on every sub-page. Code: Whoops! Error: Could not read object configuration data! Here are some things you should check in order to resolve this error: (HowTos)