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Hi, guys. Sorry if this is something that should be asked on a Ubuntu forum or such. I just hoped the chance of a good ELI5 was better here. So I have an embedded Linux and I was using a specific partition to dump my kernel images into for over-the-air updating. The standard approach to doing this seems to be to first run a rmmod g_multi. I did that without questioning what it meant. Then we plugged the chip onto a new board, and running the command now crashes the kernel. I can remove the command and everything seems to run fine. I just really would like to know what it is I'm doing. It makes me unhappy to run commands I don't understand, if you know what I mean. So can anyone eli5 what is the g_multi? According to the documentation, it's a "multifunction gadget". 'k? Can anyone do better than that? submitted by /u/Psychofant [link] [comments]

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Hey all, I'm having a tough time getting to upgrade some R610's to NVME drives. I had zero issues installing on R210's but none of these 610's are working. I get through the El7 install, detects the drive just fine, but on reboot the drive doesn't even show as a boot option, only the PERC raid drive. If I disable the raid card in the bios it still doesn't show up. Bios is 6.3, going to try with 6.4 soon. submitted by /u/lottapoppa [link] [comments]

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One of the big things I miss from Windows is using middle-click to scroll. I just figured out that is a setting in firefox that can be enabled. In Firefox open the preferences and go to button Advanced. In there click the TAB General One of the options is: Use Autoscrolling. Click the little box to switch it on. submitted by /u/billFoldDog [link] [comments]

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I need to create a linux template in vmware where the NIC interfaces are consistent from one deployed guest to the next. So far, all of the guests I spin up do have the same name...eno16780032. Great, right? What if the same guest is deployed on or migrated to another host...will the name always be eno16780032 on RHEL 7 + VMware? How about CentOS 7? I'd rather not tinker with udev and grub. I have been going into nmtui and simply renaming the profile, but that seems to be more cosmetic than functional. My goal here is to make a homogenous environment for when scripts need to be written. I'd like to tackle this now rather than when these hit production. submitted by /u/i_likebeefjerky [link] [comments]

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I needed a new system, and couldn't afford it til now. I wanted to go back to a desktop system. I specced out the system versus my available funds on custompc.ie (Ireland). Ex-Alienware guys, who would do the work of building the system for me. I had some questions on the specs. My first question was this: "I do not want Windows installed, but will be using Linux Mint. I am fine installing this myself, but wondered if it was something you would do?" I was a bit taken aback by what I considered a less than professional response, (not big deal, I can do it myself, wondered if having them do would save me effort.) "We would not install Linux on any desktop PC for business or personal use and we would not recommend and further we cannot confirm driver availability for any of the PCs components. Linux has its place and that is on servers !" I followed up: (Remember, I'm planning to give these money. They are the only custom PC builders in Ireland). "However I've been using Linux for 10 years. I wasn't asking to be told that I shouldn't so do. Such a response is hardly professional". Next I received a reply from their "Sales And Operation Manager". Let me get to the meat of the matter. He included the title assertion: And yes it is our professional opinion that Linux on a desktop PC will limit the performance of the desktop PC. Is there any validity in his assertion? (I believe there is a driver for the Nvidia grapics card, it's a budget card, which I intend to use for OpenCl when exporting RAW in Dartable and the IPS monitor I'm hoping to get). The system specs are: Intel Core i5 6500 Quad Core 3.20Ghz 8GB DDR4 2133Mhz [8GBx1] Asus H110M-K with DDR4 & USB 3.0 Support SSD 120GB ULTRA FAST SOLID STATE 6GB SATA DRIVE 1 Terabyte 3.5" Sata Hard Disk Nvidia GeForce GT740 2GB submitted by /u/LoneSwimmer [link] [comments]

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