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gio mount says "volume doesn't implement mount" when run as non-root
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I encountered this issue when getting a Debian 10 system up and running with the command line only at first with no desktop environment yet installed. After installing the packages: sudo apt install ...

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What part of Solaris version string IDs the update?
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Decoding the update string (e.g. s10s_u10wos_17b) is fine for newer update releases, but older and non-update products don't have something in this format in the /etc/release. The Solaris version ...

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Is an Ethernet point to point connection without a switch real time capable?
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To the first part, full-duplex mode is possible for point to point links in later Ethernet standards. You can usually force an Ethernet card into full duplex mode to avoid the possibility that the ...

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Routing WIFI and LAN for specific traffic
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You shouldn't need to create any routing rules by hand for that configuration, provided that all the 192.168.2.x addresses you want to communicate with are down the interface with the 192.168.2.x ...

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Where is log output from cloud-init stored?
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On the Centos 7 AMI I am using, the output of my user data script is in /var/log/cloud-init-output.log.

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How do you monitor the performance of a character device (e.g. tape drive)?
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I found a SystemTAP script for SCSI tape devices: http://sourceware.org/systemtap/wiki/WSiostatSCSI I haven't tried it; don't know what kind of shape it's in.

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deploy a VMWare ESX ofv template directly from a local datastore
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The "Yo dawg, I know you like VMs..." solution: On the ESX server you want to deploy to, create a Windows VM Install vSphere Client on it. Use the VM's vSphere Client to deploy OVF ...

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Virtualbox Headless Server on Ubuntu missing VRDP Options
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As of VirtualBox version 4, the RDP support has been moved to an Extension Pack, which you install in an existing VirtualBox installation. The Extension Pack, which is distributed only in binary form, ...

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