I have multiple computers running Linux, and I use them for different tasks. However, i’d like to create a system like a Windows Login screen, where I type my username, password, and domain, and can log in to get my desktop, documents, and programs on any Linux computer in the house.
How would I be able to do this, and what would I need?
Any help would be appreciated
I am trying to find the kernel documentation within Linux, in particular the ‘devices.txt’ file which has a list of driver and device major and minor numbers, i will be needing this while using the mknod command for personal use. im not looking for an online version instead im looking for the actual file in debian.
If anyone has any idea in which directory i can find this file in please let me know.
This is what im looking for looks like: https://github.com/torvalds/linux/blob/master/Documentation/admin-guide/devices.txt
então, eu sou novato no linux e não sei bem como instalar o jdk, mas segui o passo a passo deste tutorial aqui: https://novicestuffs.wordpress.com/2017/04/25/how-to-install-java-on-linux/ Antes disso, eu ja tinha desinstalado o opendJDK que ja vem com o linux.
Em fim, eu não sei exatamente onde eu errei no tutorial, o problema que eu tenho é que quando vou verificar a versão do java instalado(java -version), no terminal aparece a versão javac: javac 1.8.9_201
E o comando javac aparece corretamente. Mas é isso, não consigo ver qual minha versão do java, alguém pode me ajudar?
Eu estou utilizando o linux mint MATE 19.1
This morning, by accident I have found, that there is basically a backdoor in a dormant state in my Dell laptop: Computrace, which comes from Absolute Software – link to their Web, link to Wikipedia.
Since I read some UEFI/BIOS setting can’t be changed once set already, I wonder if such practice is also the case in Intel SGX technology, which I probably would like to disable too since I’ve seen from this Linux shell script that SGX is Enabled in my system configuration and then proved by looking into UEFI/BIOS, where it’s currently set to Software Controlled, I would like to ask if having SGX enabled or software-controlled is a bad practice, or worse – Could Intel SGX be dangerous under Linux?
I have ASUS X550DP laptop, which has AMD A10-5750M integrated GPU 8650G and a 8670M. How can I switch the use of the GPU in Linux Mint OS? I can’t find Catalyst Software which can be found in Windows OS. Thanks in advance.
Estava dando uma olhada no código fonte do linux e percebi que existe uma enxurrada de scripts feitos em Perl, dai surgiram algumas duvidas
1) Por que o codigo fonte do linux usa tanto essa linguagem em seus scripts ?
2) E so preferencia pessoal ou existe algum vantagem no uso dessa linguagem no linux ?
My objective is to make a program that can be installed and then operated using Terminal.
- Pip is installed
- We write
pip install numpy in the terminal, and numpy is installed.
Challenges I’m facing:
pip in terminal or command line and it understands what pip is. I can’t think of a way to get this done.
Once the above objective is completed, I need to pass multiple arguments like instead of
install numpy it will look like
set color 4.
The language I’m working on is Python and the OS is Raspbian.
Unfortunately, I have no idea if there exists a terminology for such problems, feel free to edit.
I would like to install Linux on a P3100 Tablet. I found this old link https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch/Devices/p3100 that has dead links in the references, so I need some actual and operating solution. Thanks.
I have been thinking of writing some sort of utility for linux that keeps track of all my installed software and configuration. Something that after doing a fresh install I can just run it and will restore my copy of ubuntu as it used to be before doing the fresh install.
I do not know exactly where to start with this. I know that you can get a list of user installed software from
dpkg -i | grep ii.
I would really appreciate any suggestions.
Tengo un problema con las dos versiones de python (2.7 y 3.6), al intentar instalar módulos con el comando “pip” y “pip3”.
pip install flask-mysqldb
Este es el error:
Command "/usr/bin/python3 -u -c "import setuptools, tokenize;__file__='/tmp/pip-build- yuno57tn/mysqlclient/setup.py';f=getattr(tokenize, 'open', open) (__file__);code=f.read().replace('\r\n', '\n');f.close();exec(compile(code, __file__, 'exec'))" install -- record /tmp/pip-p5is4qs3-record/install-record.txt --single-version- externally-managed --compile --user --prefix=" failed with error code 1 in /tmp/pip-build-yuno57tn/mysqlclient/
Antes me mandaba este error:
Command "python setup.py egg_info" failed with error code 1 in /private/var/folders/v9/5n8070c96854w3mhd9knc73w0000gn/T/pip-build- zZTmYY/fbprophet/
Después instale “libmysqlclient-dev” y actualice el modulo ‘setuptools’ y me mando el error anterior. ¿Alguien sabe porque?. Gracias.