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How to repair Windows Bootmanager after formatting boot-loader partition during Linux Installation?

Since I was asked to ask my question here at askubuntu, I copy/paste my question here. Hopefully someone can help me out. Due to a GPU upgrade, today I reinstalled my Linux (Pop_!OS with nvidia driver)...
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How to configure syslog-ng for specific application logs?

I'd like to configure syslog-ng for specific service logs. For example, all Jenkins related logs should be logged /var/log/jenkins.txt. I have created the following configuration file but when I try ...
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How date command keep tracking time

I got a weird scenario in which the date of my computer is getting the wrong time (and he keeps fixing the time but still keep repeating this issue) let me share with you an example who make this much ...
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What are things that running a stand alone linux system can do, but WSL2 can’t?

Recently I have found a lot of technology articles talking about WSL2 and how awesome it was that it might actually able to replace linux. Sample Article Here. I have migrated to linux and have been ...
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ssh: socket closed by remote peer

After a reboot, i can no longer connect to my Debian 10 server in SSH. I receive the following error message: Socket is closed: Socket closed by remote peer The identifier/password are correct (i don'...
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How to recover / restore an “ext4” partition?

I have an ext4 formatted partition, namely /dev/sdc1. I did not format it but somehow parted reports this partition as an unknown file system. Is there a way to mark this partition as ext4 again ...
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How to tar all files and directories except one?

I want to zip a directories and its files. For that I want to use tar. This directory contains a sub-directory called ignore which should not be included in the zipped file. How can I use tar to zip ...
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Dealing with two versions of the same program in PATH

I am working on a cluster where I dont have root access and I require a newer version of findutils/xargs than the installed. I installed a newer version in my home and added it to PATH. However, as ...
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Errors running “nordvpn connect” on Wake from Suspend

I'm running Pop!_OS, a Ubuntu based OS, and I want to run nordvpn disconnect before suspend and nordvpn connect after suspend. I'm using code from this arch linux wiki and can't get the nordvpn ...
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Bash - How to do a normal counter?

So i'm used to do what i call (not sure if it's the official name) "counter", and basically do task that involve a certain range or number: #!/bin/bash -x get_total2=$(echo "$@") ...
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LINUX SED command

Hello everyone I am trying to add lines using sed command: What i have right now is : set_config_object("m_vdg_pad_agent*","io_agent_config",m_vdg_pad_agent_cfg,0); -> line 34 ...
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console=: Setting /dev/console to tty3 redirects output to the current active console

I am trying to understand the console= parameter provided to the kernel and doing so I have modified /etc/default/grub to set console up to be tty3 such as (the reason I have chosen tty3 as opposed to ...
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Why can't I write a udev rule using NAME or PRODUCT?

I would like to write a udev rule that would trigger when I connect my Bose headphones via bluetooth. After running udevadm monitor --kernel --property and connecting my headphones I get this: KERNEL[...
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Prevent Users From Deleting Each Other Files Even They Have Full Rights of directory

I have a shared directory at / with access 777. So all my users can create files in it. But I want to prevent users from deleting each others files. Any way to do it. I remember something about a ...
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Check if a filedescriptor refers to a deleted file (in Bash)

I would like to check if the file that a filedescriptor points to is deleted in Bash (linux). I have read both Testing if a filedescriptor is valid and Testing if a filedescriptor is valid (for input)....

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