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I am trying to setup virtual interfaces for internal network bridges. No matter what I try on Rhel 6.7 the interfaces won't show in virt-manager or even an ifconfig. Please help this is my first attempt with a linux hypervisor and setting up vnets on it. submitted by linuxnoob169 [link] [comment]

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I'm going to assemble a pc and would choose the AMD way instead of the Intel-Nvidia one, with a configuration based on Linux host and a Windows guest for games and other software not available on Linux. In order to get the best performance on Windows i'll have to use gpu passthrough, that needs at least 2 GPUs. This way i have to choose between an APU with a barely used integrated GPU (linked to host) using the discrete AMD card for Windows or a Intel setup where the integrated GPU moves the host (not that lost) and the Nvidia one on Windows. The main need is a motherboard in mini-itx format, and it's pretty hard to find a case that is little and have a secondary gpu slot available, giving better choice to the classic micro/ATX motherboard and case. I'm in a suspended state about the choice for my future pc, even if i know that it's impossible at the moment to have a single APU for passthrough, i'd like something like a setting in the bios/UEFI to get 2 logical GPUs from the single physical one, first one with basic 2/3D and video acceleration and the other with the full power of the APU. It's very possible that this thing would require a complete redesign of the APU, i'm start to think that APUs are better suited for Windows usage... submitted by EchoTheRat [link] [comment]

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Coming from windows to linux, I'm getting a headache. Even the most simple things seem extremely hard, but I'm sure I'll get the hang of it sooner or later. So how do I do this? After doing some googling I understand I'm supposed to use "vi" which already exists on the OS, but the guides I've read so far haven't really made much sense to me. submitted by DanteLarka [link] [11 comments]

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I have a script located in "special://home/addons/..." but I can't find it. I'm very new to linux, so I don't really know even the most basic stuff. I'm running the newest version of kodibuntu, and I'm looking for a file in XBMC/Kodi's directory. Thanks for you help! submitted by DanteLarka [link] [1 comment]

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I would like to know a command or set of commands that allows the CD drive to spin really fast without a CD in the tray as to make a loud noise, or how to make a CD drive make noise in general. Is this possible? If so, how would I go about doing it? I apologize if this is the wrong place to ask this. I know it sounds stupid, but it's for a project. Thank you all! submitted by AndreasKralj [link] [2 comments]

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Or are they simply too different that it would be impossible? My friend and I were arguing about this. Please help us answer this debate! EDIT: A malicious kernel hack with intent to harm in some way. A worm, or whatever term is best here submitted by Captain_Shoe [link] [4 comments]

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