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Can openvpn properly handle VPN access?view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Currently having FC21, all updates, and going on the internet by wireless Having GNOME as desktop I have a paid VPN service as well. On this very moment the wired/wireless icon shows a question mark and next to it the VPN icon showing a trying to connect icon. However, everything is working as it should, and i am truelly having the IP from the VPN service.:confused: So therefore, my (HowTos)

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[ROM][CANCRO][OFFICIAL]BlissPop v2.1[28/2/2015]view story

http://forum.xda-developers.com – Team Bliss Website Bliss Roms now has a new website with several features. Member sign-up, giveaways, weekly newsletter for members, staff information, downloads and the option to open support tickets for issues are just a few of the great features available on our website. Huge thanks to @pjgraber03 for developing and maintaining our website. (HowTos)

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PhotoMath comes to Android, uses camera to solve math equationsview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – If you’re taking a mathematics course at the high school level or below (or you’re being presented with some equations you’ve long forgotten how to do…), at one time or another you’ve probably come across one of those “gotcha” math problem that you just cannot solve. (IT news)

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Sprint launches a Best Buy exclusive planview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Sprint and Best Buy have teamed up to offer customers an exclusive plan that includes unlimited talk, text, data and your choice of any phone that Sprint offers. (IT news)

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Test if postfix is runningview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I'm searching for a reliable way to test if postfix is running from inside a bash script. My first attempt was simply trying pidof postfix, which doesn't work. Then I tried to get the postfix status: POSTFIX_LOCATION=/var/packages/MailServer/target/sbin/postfix # location of postfix result=`$POSTFIX_LOCATION status` if [ -z $result ]; then echo "Error: No status output from postfix" elif [[ (HowTos)

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Generating a .img from tarball: The /dev/loop devicesview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I'm trying to make a .img from a tarball using the following script I found: #!/bin/bash # Packages required # dosfstools parted # Can be run on any Linux system # loop.max_part=15 must be in kernel cmdline (cmdline.txt for rpi) # then reboot echo "creating image to fit on 2Gb card" dd if=/dev/zero of=arch-rpi.img bs=1M count=1850 echo "Partitioning" fdisk arch-rpi.img <<EOF o n p 1 +1 (HowTos)

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Google rethinks Mountain View campus with new proposalview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Certain locations are synonymous with companies headquartered there — Redmond (Microsoft), Cupertino (Apple), Mountain View (Google). While Microsoft is sitting comfortably in its current campus, Apple is expanding with a multi-billion dollar campus resembling a giant ring. That project is set to complete sometime next year. (IT news)

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Have problems running filesview story

http://askubuntu.com – I'm trying to run a game called ksp from the (application/x-executable) file. I did go to the properties and the rights to mark the box "allow to run as a program" but then i can just see a black window cover the screen and then it vanish after a second. I can run it trough steam nicely but i don't want it launched by steam for several reasons like steam deleting it after updating. (HowTos)

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Why 'mkpasswd -m sha-512' produce different result every time it is called?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I am using this function to create a password in the shadow file $ mkpasswd -m sha-512 password $6$o50n4EfNOBzfs$K5l5AcOI5e0I9n2df0LmR11OLSPKSVM6AGBOnWVfDDfMubb46MrAj0zehdLNEoYzD2fj5q4XUdDwexj/dWLHy/ $ mkpasswd -m sha-512 password $6$ADmDOhDpW$gsYQuiKPpV1ewaUpRq2VGAvrcocffLQ8XGF94e6LNLZfKIjy6Ku.cZoR/5exeCi1ESjPB9TRM6HxCiY5BCNCV0 $ mkpasswd -m sha-512 password $6$Efj1agaI$HGkny3q1OTYT4KREh18gueHJa (HowTos)

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What, as examples, can produce a POLLNVAL?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – The reference about poll() just says “The specified fd value is invalid. (HowTos)

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Grub Installation RAID 1 CentOsview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I have configured two hard disk with Software RAID 1.The grub is not installed properly in the hard disk.I came to know this issue by booting the hard disk in separate process.The Centos 6.2 did not boot when I have inserted only one hard disk of the two hard disk .This method is done before synching the data and after synching the data with the new hard disk.Can anyone suggest me the process to b (HowTos)

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KDE 5 in Debian wheezy?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I really hate the look of all the desktop environments officially supported by Debian 7. I also really really like the look of KDE Plasma 5. Unfortunately Debian seems to only support KDE 4, and it looks extremely ugly. If there is any way I could compile the desktop environment and display manager myself I would like to know. (HowTos)