So, after installing Debian, if there is no network connection during installation, only the repositories available on the ISO will be added to the sources list. Hence, installing via simple apt command won’t be available.
Fortunately, the fix is quite straight forward and simple and it takes ~30 seconds :):
sudo gedit / etc / apt / sources . list
Add the following lines:
deb http : / / ftp .debian .org / debian stable main contrib non - free
Run the update
test with installing htop
enjoy the easy life with linux :).
Bob comes into the company and wants to use Linux as his main Operating system.
Some of the basic moments in the lifespan of his user on Linux are: user creation, group adding, SELinux user related activities, deletion, etc.
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Fix: Fedora 25 Server stuck at “Setting up installation source”
Installation started, everything selected and you end up with the following screen and ongoing process of “Setting up installation source”.
Stuck at setting up installation sources fedora 25 server
Possible problem, that can cause this is related to the networking (or the lack of decent connection in this case). Probably caused by Bug 1048344, more info on which can be found
So after removing the virtual switch, everything continued flawlessly 😊.
A compilation of various practical tasks exercises and other script related practices for Linux, including bash scripting, scripted automated maintenance, conditions, for, while, etc.
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The one big filesystem
shareable data – sharable between hosts
non-sharable data – nonshearable between hosts
variable data – changes without user interaction
static data – binaries, libraries, documents
filesystem hierarchy standard [FHS]
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File searching with Linux [slightly modified man page]
Name: find – search for files in a directory hierarchy
Synopsis: find [directory where to search]
Basic finding options:
find . – find in current directory
find /etc – find in the etc directory
find / – find in the root directory
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