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Hi, this is a x-post from LFS. Not sure how many people are actually in that sub. Any help here is appreciated. Hi, not sure if anyone is on this sub to answer the question but I'm going to x-post it any way. I am having issues getting my new LFS system to boot. Everything is built fine and passes all the tests and looks good, but I believe that I am specifying the wrong location in my grub.conf file, though I'm not exactly sure what it is supposed to say. Below is the grub.conf file # Begin /boot/grub/grub.cfg set default=0 set timeout=5 insmod ext2 set root=(hd0,2) menuentry "LFS Project" { linux /boot/vmlinuz-3.16.2-lfs-7.6-systemd root=/dev/sda3 ro } The LFS partition of my disk is /dev/sda3 from the perspective of my main system (Ubuntu 14.04 LTS). I believe that maybe grub has it's own way of numbering/designating drives, but I don't know what it is and I haven't been able to find much help on the internet. While chrooted into the LFS system running ls -l /boot Gets me -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 2393959 Nov 9 14:39 System.map-3.16.2 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 93627 Nov 9 14:39 config-3.16.2 drwxr-xr-x 4 root root 4096 Nov 21 18:43 grub -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 5635072 Nov 9 14:39 vmlinuz-3.16.2-lfs-7.6-systemd So the vmlinuz file exists, but I don't know how to get to the file properly. Also, /etc/fstab # Begin /etc/fstab # file system mount-point type options dump fsck # order /dev/sda3 / ext4 defaults 1 1 # End /etc/fstab So.... any ideas? Do you need more information? Any help is immensely appreciated. submitted by killamongaro [link] [1 comment]

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I have an old F&S International TinyBook (that's the only info I could find on the thing) I found at a pawn shop, and was wondering if anyone has tried to put some tiny flavor of linux on it. I could see it being useful for short trips, but I don't wanna be stuck with WinCE 6.0. Basically it's a 400MHz ARM, 64MB RAM, 1GB flash memory (with a slot for up to 4GB SD card). No WiFi on mine, but there is an ethernet port, two USB plugs, and a USB mini-b plug. Poking around the control panel suggests I can connect it to a proper computer via USB, but that doesn't seem to be working with my current Manjaro setup (at least with the mini plug). So has anyone tried this? submitted by AJGatherer [link] [comment]

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I'm trying to access /etc/nginx/nginx.conf but I keep on getting 'Permission denied' How to solve? submitted by ButtcoinHurt [link] [3 comments]

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Hey all, I have completed another video of the Linux course on YouTube, criticism welcome. Let me know what you think and what else may be a good thing to cover for future videos. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zCCZzsIk-DY Thanks, Shaun. submitted by SMKS [link] [comment]

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Forgive me, Im still getting familiar with linux piping. My objective is to find all text references to an array of regexp patterns. My logic was going to be something like: find all files meeting some criteria (any .txt file) look within file and see if any of the patterns are matched (example /\[dbo\].\s+/) if match, return the filename, match, and line number write the results to a file Im familiar with regexps, and general linux commands but Im having trouble. Im guessing thats some combination of ls, grep, and fgrep. But Im having trouble visualizing how to implement this. submitted by luciferprinciple [link] [comment]

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