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I am fairly new to Linux and I've been looking at the survey of distros. It is very interesting to me. But as a beginner looking for my next distro I am wondering - for what reasons do you use your preferred Linux distro? Thanks! submitted by verynext [link] [6 comments]

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Okay, so here's my problem. I currently have two HDDs in my desktop. One has Ubuntu 14something installed on it, the other one is formatted. I have a Windows 8.1 ISO file saved on the Linux HDD, and I need to install it on the formatted HDD, but I don't have a pendrive or DVD to burn it to. I know you can copy the necessary files over and make the HDD bootable in Windows, but I can't figure out how to do so in Linux. Can anyone help? submitted by muffunz13 [link] [comment]

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Trying to manually mount a LUKS encrypted drive without the passphrase but with a correct key. Anyone got any exp. with dmsetup/cryptosetup? According to: PDF I sould be able to manually mount the drive using the following steps(page 10: 4.5.2): losetup /dev/loop0 /data/secretfile –o ResultOfKeyBlocksTimes512 blockdev --getsize /dev/loop0 $Result echo 0 $Result crypt aes $KEY 0 /dev/loop0 0 | dmsetup create vol1 In my case something like: echo 0 3686400 crypt aes KEY 0 /dev/loop0 0 | sudo dmsetup create vol1 Which results in the following error:device-mapper: reload ioctl failed: Invalid argument Command failed It seems like the table info i'm feeding isn't OK. Any tips on howto debug? submitted by RandomNameNL [link] [comment]

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I was trying to install some text to speech software using the terminal and, well, It's better if I show you... Do you agree to these terms? Enter -yes- to continue: yes Install into what directory? [/opt/swift] no no does not exist. Create it? ([n]/y) n Install into what directory? [/opt/swift] clear clear does not exist. Create it? ([n]/y) n Install into what directory? [/opt/swift] y y does not exist. Create it? ([n]/y) y Swift will be installed in the following directories: Voices in y/voices Shared libraries in y/lib Binaries in y/bin Configuration file in y/etc Sound effects filters in y/sfx Documentation in y/doc Is this acceptable? Enter 'yes' to continue: yes Installing libraries... If you are installing Swift system-wide, you may need to add the following line to /etc/ld.so.conf and run ldconfig as root: y/lib (Otherwise, you will need to add it to the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable in order to run programs linked against the Swift libraries.) Installing voice Diane... Creating configuration... Installing binaries... No permissions to add symbolic links to /usr/local/bin. Skipping... No permissions to install man page in /usr/share/man/man1. Skipping... Setting permissions... Kill License Server Testing the installed swift binary... y/bin/swift -o /dev/null 'hello world' Installation Completed Successfully! Since you have installed Swift to a directory other than the default of /opt/swift, you may need to set the SWIFT_HOME environment variable to the following value when running your own programs linked against it: y Also, you are free to modify the wrapper script installed in the following directory for use with your own programs: y/bin/swift I was trying to install the Cepstral TTS engine "swift" and, well.. yea.. I don't even.. ;-; halp.. submitted by BrainsAreCool [link] [comment]

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I am an ext4 user myself on my personal machine and everything works fine so far. From the perspective of Never change a running system I am very reluctant to migrate to another file system. However, in more and more discussions I hear ZFS and btrfs to be superior than ext4, more performant and equipped with features that make it very well suited for productive use. I am wondering how current ext4 users stand on this. Do you consider migrating your existing file system or would you rather pick ZFS or btrfs only when installing a completely new machine? Thank you for your thoughts! submitted by orschiro [link] [2 comments]

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What are good Linux/Open Source podcasts? TWiT is boring and I'm not a massive fan of the Linux Action Show though it is sometimes interesting... Any suggestions? submitted by theamoeba [link] [4 comments]

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