I have no experience configuring network manager by text configs, used only GUI. When moving mouse over NM tray icon there are tooltip “Not connected”, however I see one connection then clicking it – “Wired unmanaged”. Internet working fine.
I make new ethernet connection with priority 10 but it not appear in NM applet menu.
I have change NM config, as suggested in other questions:
Question is: how to connect by new created ethernet connection, or at least make “wired” connection managed?
Ubuntu 18.04 cinnamon
I have spent hours trying to pull together the Workflow Manager installation components for SharePoint 2013 in an environment that doesn’t have Internet access. Microsoft in their infinite wisdom seem to think that the web installer is available to every environment.
Where can I download all the Workflow Manager components for offline installation without using the Web installer?
Is there a way to populate the Snapshot Manager with snapshots that are listed in the datastore but not under Manage Snapshots. Is there a way to either populate Manage Snapshots or using something like vmkfstools revert to the snapshot manually?
Long story short, I had a hardware failure and had to re-add the datastore to the Linux VM. I believe before the failure that I was using Portal-000003.vmdk but when I try to start the system with that datastore I get the following error: Failed to power on virtual machine Portal. File system specific implementation of LookupAndOpen[file] failed
When I try to using Portal.vmdk it boots up fine, but seems to be running code from 2015. When I look at the Datastore I have several vmdk files:
-rw------- 1 root root 21308092416 Jun 23 2016 Portal-000001-delta.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 323 Nov 24 2015 Portal-000001.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 117391208448 Nov 24 2015 Portal-000002-delta.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 330 Nov 24 2015 Portal-000002.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 8192512 Apr 19 05:17 Portal-000003-ctk.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 521604673536 Apr 19 03:28 Portal-000003-delta.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 457 Apr 19 04:35 Portal-000003.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 8192512 Apr 18 17:37 Portal-000004-ctk.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 32146173952 Apr 17 03:03 Portal-000004-delta.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 398 Apr 17 03:02 Portal-000004.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 8192512 Apr 19 05:52 Portal-000005-ctk.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 2198843392 Apr 17 03:07 Portal-000005-delta.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 398 Apr 17 03:07 Portal-000005.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 8192512 Apr 18 17:37 Portal-000006-ctk.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 4413435904 Apr 17 03:15 Portal-000006-delta.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 398 Apr 17 03:10 Portal-000006.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 8192512 Apr 18 17:37 Portal-000007-ctk.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 31961624576 Apr 17 07:43 Portal-000007-delta.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 398 Apr 17 07:10 Portal-000007.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 536870912000 Apr 19 05:57 Portal-flat.vmdk -rw------- 1 root root 8684 Apr 19 05:57 Portal.nvram -rw------- 1 root root 560 Apr 19 05:56 Portal.vmdk -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 78 Apr 19 05:40 Portal.vmsd -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 3394 Apr 19 05:57 Portal.vmx -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 367 Apr 18 16:40 Portal.vmxf
Any suggestions on what else I can do to revert back to the latest good snapshot?
Title says it all. Don’t confuse with hardware SN.
I’m looking for a file manager that will make it easier to match up photos. I have two sets of photos with different names, and I need to rename like photos with similar names. I have been using PCManFM, but it has two problems:
I can’t make the thumbnails any large. I need something like OS X where I can set the dimensions of the thumbnails, for instance to 128×128 or 256×256 as my needs change.
I need to be able to drag files around and sit them arbitrarily on the desktop. To do this I need to disable any automatic sorting or positioning of icons (also similar to what OS X provides). In this way I can drag similar files next to each other before they get renamed.
PCManFM does not provide either functionality. I have tried Thunar but while it lets me “zoom in” increasing the thumbnail size it isn’t always enough. In addition, it doesn’t let me disable the automatic sorting and resizing.
I have seen Pantheon but I’m running LUbuntu and don’t want to mess with trying to install it unless I know it will work.
Are there any other file managers that will do this which will easily run on LUbuntu 18.04?
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What is the difference between above both (Google Analytics & Google Tag Manager)?
How to consider which one is best and easy to use?
Running an old laptop with Ubuntu 18.10 as a small server.
I have disabled the window manager to start at boot by setting:
sudo systemctl set-default multi-user.target (since when I use the computer itself I don’t need a window manager).
How do I turn the screen off when in console mode (outside of Gnome)?
Whenever I try to access the settings of the BOINC manager (version 7.9.3(x64)), all I get is a grey box. How do I make the actual settings appear? I run it on Lubuntu 18.4.2 LTS.
I’ve been asked to make a library / repository of resumes from team members. So basically, permissions should be as follows:
Members – Can upload resume and edit their submissions but not view other files in the same folder.
Managers – Can view and download all items in the folder.
Can anyone help how to accomplish this? I’m new to SharePoint development and it would really be a great help. If anyone can send me links to similar topics, that would be great as well. Thank you.