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Hey I tried about all, I don't know why I event spent money on this, it promised me way better support than my old microsoft system but wtf?? http://i.imgur.com/1zi4xbY.png what can I do? This linux is weird. Some commands I googled for didn't work (like startx), also tried starting compiz and beryl but also got "not found". I heard this SCO company owns linux so I figured I'd ask here Any help would be appreciated submitted by xaoq [link] [1 comment]

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First of all, its gorgeous. But the sad thing is after installing it, it won't boot properly. After the beautiful splash screen of "Deepin", the screen completely goes blank. It ran perfectly off my USB. I also lost my Windows Bootloader but I fixed it thanks to Google. Anyone know how can I fix this? Nothing shows up after the splash screen, not even the cursor. submitted by cannotchill [link] [1 comment]

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Is there a way to have the kernel signal me, or does there exist a mechanism already, when a USB drive (removable storage: vfat, ntfs, unlikely to be ext2/3/4) is remounted as ro due to I/O errors? This is an embedded linux system running an Arago custom build of 3.3. My situation is as follows insert USB drive drive is mounted rw with no issue, my mtab entry is as follows: /dev/sdb1 on /var/volatile/media/sdb1 type vfat (rw,nodev,noatime,nodiratime,fmask=0022,dmask=0022,codepage=cp437,iocharset=iso8859-1,shortname=mixed,errors=remount-ro) system tries to write to said drive I/O errors: FAT-fs (sdb1): error, clusters badly computed (783 != 301) FAT-fs (sdb1): Filesystem has been set read-only Now drive is remounted ro: /dev/sdb1 on /var/volatile/media/sdb1 type vfat (ro,nodev,noatime,nodiratime,fmask=0022,dmask=0022,codepage=cp437,iocharset=iso8859-1,shortname=mixed,errors=remount-ro) How can I detect this so the system can properly handle the situation by attempting a repair with the correct flavor of fsck (fsck.vfat, ntfsfix, etc)? Are there udev rules that I need to write? Is there already a signaling system in place for something like this? Am I trying to solve the problem the wrong way? I would like to prevent having to run fsck on all drives when they're detected because that is a pretty big time sync to force on a user every time. Thanks! submitted by im_not_smart [link] [comment]

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My update manager is not updating, say it could not refresh the list of packages, anyway to maybe reset this to default again or any other ways to fix this, I am using Mint 15 Olivia. The icon for updates just has a red X in the middle. submitted by Djanvk [link] [1 comment]

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So I'm running Debian on a raspberry and use it as a media/file server (with two attached HDD). Every morning, i'm sent a logwatch summary, showing any activity during the previous day. This morning, there was a LOT of activity that I did not recognize and wasn't sure if my system had been compromised. I'm talking there was 381 unrecognized sshd attempts. Here is a portion from the Logwatch email for IP's that I don't recognize. --------------------- SSHD Begin ------------------------ Couldn't resolve these IPs: 184-75-212-146.amanah.com [184.75.212.146]: 3 Time(s) 184-75-212-154.amanah.com [184.75.212.154]: 4 Time(s) 184-75-212-194.amanah.com [184.75.212.194]: 9 Time(s) 184-75-212-2.amanah.com [184.75.212.2]: 2 Time(s) 184-75-212-202.amanah.com [184.75.212.202]: 10 Time(s) gecker.agencyology.net [162.219.179.104]: 3 Time(s) kant.agencypad.net [162.219.179.117]: 2 Time(s) mouth.agencyology.net [162.219.179.103]: 3 Time(s) nagano.agencypad.net [162.219.179.123]: 4 Time(s) thejob.agencypad.net [162.219.179.116]: 6 Time(s) vodka.agencypad.net [162.219.179.110]: 2 Time(s) zbox.agencypad.net [162.219.179.111]: 4 Time(s) Users logging in through sshd: pi: 184.75.212.202 (184-75-212-202.amanah.com): 10 times 184.75.212.194 (184-75-212-194.amanah.com): 9 times 162.253.129.122: 8 times 184.75.221.58 (184-75-221-58.amanah.com): 8 times 162.253.128.50: 7 times 162.253.128.178: 7 times 184.75.213.114 (184-75-213-114.amanah.com): 7 times 162.219.176.26: 6 times Running Last resulted the following. I didn't see any users logging in during the suspected breach (7/20) reboot system boot 3.12.20+ Mon Jul 21 07:52 - 08:24 (00:32) pi pts/0 192.168.1.7 Mon Jul 21 07:44 - down (00:07) pi pts/0 192.168.1.7 Mon Jul 21 07:36 - 07:44 (00:07) pi pts/2 192.168.1.7 Sat Jul 19 15:42 - 15:42 (00:00) pi pts/1 192.168.1.7 Sat Jul 19 15:42 - 15:42 (00:00) pi pts/1 192.168.1.7 Sat Jul 19 00:21 - 02:41 (02:20) So, it looks like no users actually logged in on the 20th, or am I reading this wrong? Did anyone actually get access to the server? If they were attempting to login using Pi, which i've used to successfully login to the system, would they even show up in the last results? What other steps should I take to verify if anyone actually logged into the server? submitted by salzgablah [link] [5 comments]

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