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I going to do some psychic debugging and assume your script looks something like this: mount /dev/usbflashdrive /mnt/something cd /mnt/something cp /somewhereelse . unmount /mnt/something Or this mount /dev/usbflashdrive /$DESTPATH cd /$DESTPATH cp /somewhereelse . unmount /$DESTPATH The problem is the cd is failing, so the files are being copied to ...


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I just did the same thing on a Fedora 22 system. I couldn't upgrade or reinstall any of the packages. Running package-cleanup --cleandups wanted to remove glibc, which wanted to pretty much all of the packages on the system. To resolve the issue, I performed a distro-sync on all of the duplicate packages. sudo package-cleanup --dupes | perl -pe ...


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You nearly had it. The problem is that the allow rule allow unconfined_t mozilla_t : process transition ; allows the transition to take place, but doesn't cause it to happen. For that you need a type_transition rule: type_transition unconfined_t mozilla_exec_t : process mozilla_t; This causes the transition to occur when an unconfined_t ...


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The dtrace you find on Oracle Linux is not the dtrace which comes with Linux systemtap and that you will find on every other Linux distribution. Rather, it is a port of Solaris dtrace provided by Oracle and only available on Oracle Linux. The two commands are completely different and have different purposes. The standard Linux kernel tracing facility is ...



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