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Several years ago, around my early high school years, I took an interest in Linux as a companion to Windows. Several years went by and I found myself trying some Linux alternatives, but didn't feel comfortable enough to move away from Windows full-stop. Fast-forward to the past two days and I now want to run a dual boot setup once again. However, I've been met with several issues setting up a dual boot system. The first issue I encountered was trying to install Linux Mint 19.3, as I booted into a live USB drive and the program to install it. I couldn't find an option to install Mint alongside Windows. My only option was to erase the entire drive and install Mint or manage my disk and install it that way. I didn't feel comfortable with either of these options, so I went back into Windows 10 to fix things from there. The second issue I ran into (which may or may not have caused the first issue to arise) was that I couldn't shrink my Windowsmpartitikn by more than 18GB, despite having over 60GB of free space in the volume. After running Defraggler on the computer's SSD twice and disabling system paging, I was finally able to shrink the Windows partition and make room for Mint. I booted from the USB drive again and went through the installation process. This time, I was given the option to install Mint alongside Windows 10 via dual boot. I chose that and installed Mint. I shut the computer down, unplugged the USB drive, and powered it on again only to find that the laptop was booting to Windows instead of GRUB. At this point, I booted back into Windows and extended the Windows volume to occupy the space I wanted Mint to occupy, since it seems none of that empty space is being used. I booted from the USB drive again and installed boot-repair, then ran it successfully. This did not fix the issue. After this, I decided to test whether or not Mint even installed properly. I powered the laptop on again and pressed FOR to reach the EFI boot options. Mint and Windows 10 appeared, but selecting Mint only brought me to the GNU GRUB 2.02 BASH-like terminal. I couldn't find a command to load the kernel, so I couldn't boot from there. This is where I'm currently stuck at. Fortunately, I can boot into Windows without any issues, so I can still use my laptop while I'm trying out solutions. I suspect my fatal mistake was connected to the drive partitioning, but at this point, I seemingly have Mint and Windows on the same drive without taking up any more storage. Would anyone be able to offer help or troubleshooting tips? Should I try reinstalling Mint? Do I I need to completely remove Mint and all traces of GRUB so I can start from scratch? Do I need to shrink AND format empty space for Mint beforehand? Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated. I can also link to articles I've been using for troubleshooting in the comments if need be. submitted by /u/thegabenuel [link] [comments]

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Is there any way to re-ask a linux user to Authenticate after 30 minutes of inactivity? While I understand theres way to force a time out TMOUT this isn't what I'm looking for, I'd like a solution that takes over the session with a message "You have been inactive for 30 minutes, please type your password to Continue" submitted by /u/syswolf [link] [comments]

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Hello I've been starting to learn to handle Joomla and wish to create a small envoirment to train as a virtual machine. My dabbling in Linux is quiet a long time ago, so iam a bit overwhelmed to find a good starting point. Thank you very much for your help! submitted by /u/Shinjigami [link] [comments]

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​ procs ​ I released procs v0.9.2. procs is a ps command replacement written in Rust. procs has the following features. ​ Output by the colored and human-readable format Keyword search over multi-column Some additional information which are not supported by ps TCP/UDP port Read/Write throughput Docker container name More memory information Pager support Watch mode like top Tree view ​ Feature requests and issue reports are welcome. https://github.com/dalance/procs ​ Thanks. submitted by /u/dalance1982 [link] [comments]

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