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I'm trying to use plex for my home, but I am stuck currently. I have a 2nd harddrive in my computer that I have mounted that I have movies and music on. Well, Plex can see it, but not he files. i am 99% sure it's because I don't have permission to "access files". The part that I am stuck at is actually changing the permissions on the mounted drive and having it saved. Thanks for the help. submitted by gtcgabe [link] [1 comment]

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I've been trying to use Kali Linux on my MacBook pro for a while now and haven't had any luck with getting it to work. I'm currently running OS X 10.10 Yosemite. Everytime I try to boot to the Kali USB my machine freezes up while I'm choosing the EFI boot. Any ideas of what could be going on? submitted by trecoh [link] [1 comment]

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I've been using Linux for a while. Namely Ubuntu and Lubuntu. I like it, but... Why can't we just double-click to install (Windows) or drag to install (like Apple)? Why do we still have to deal with terminals and .tar.gz command line crap? To install Java: http://java.com/en/download/help/linux_install.xml or http://www.wikihow.com/Install-Oracle-Java-on-Ubuntu-Linux How is a casual user, your parents or next door neighbor, supposed to deal with this? submitted by pest707 [link] [4 comments]

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Hello, I've been interested in learning more about the linux kernel, as I have a very limited knowledge of it (all I know is that it allows the os and applications to communicate with the hardware). Is there a recent book (less than 2 years old) that goes in depth on the kernel and explains it in a way that someone with quite a bit of experience with linux, but not the kernel, could understand? Thanks for your suggestions, Twtduck submitted by Twtduck [link] [2 comments]

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It worked. This shit is beautiful submitted by CaDoran [link] [1 comment]

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Hi guys, I have been looking for a full MS Exchange replacement for myself where ActiveSync, calendar, etc works. The answer is: OpenChange + Samba4. I've tried a different, similarly named project called Open-Xchange but the one that works very well with less headache is OpenChange and it works without a connector or any additional piece of software. I tested it with my Android, Blackberry and Thunderbird as well as Outlook 2013 and it just works. If you guys want to run a full stack that is easy to set up to replace Active Directory, I'd highly recommend Zentyal (it's an Ubuntu derivative). OpenChange fits for my purpose without having to pay for a license and I can keep everything running Linux & Mac. A full OpenChange + Zentyal setup took less than 3GB. I highly recommend you guys to donate to this project: http://www.openchange.org/donate/index.html Kudos to OpenChange/Samba4/Zentyal/SOGo team!!! submitted by pranalee [link] [comment]

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