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  1. tchakatak

    Installing CentOS On An External HDD

    Hi @NHS So basically what you want to do is a network and using the linux server as a file server ? Why a 'Cluster' ?
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    Debian Wifi problems

    Are you using the same network with both the older and the newer laptop ?
  3. tchakatak

    Debian Wifi problems

    Maybe your server is too far ? maybe it's not a linux problem but a connectivity problem
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    Debian bootloader problems

    Just to be sure, did you select the debian usbkey to boot on it ?
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    Debian bootloader problems

    Are you using a different mode on the new one (bios vs uefi) ? is secure boot disabled?
  6. tchakatak

    Debian bootloader problems

    I still have problems understanding what you want to do. Can you give us more informations about what you are trying to do ?
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    Debian bootloader problems

    Is the ubuntu on the same stick as the debian one ?
  8. tchakatak

    Debian bootloader problems

    @Peer I assume your computer is booting on the drive with ubuntu installed on it. Try to change the boot order, and boot on the other disk. You should have the "debian grub". You can also regenerate a configuration file for one of the 2 grub, and use it to boot either on Debian or on Ubuntu.
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    Airodump-ng question

    Hello and welcome to Linux.org :) The easy way to stop a process inside a terminal is to hit 'Ctrl+C'. This is also called KeyboardInterrupt.
  10. tchakatak

    Installing CentOS On An External HDD

    You dont really mind the format, you will need to create partitions anyway. Why do you want to use it as a bare metal os and not a Vm ? CentOs is by default a bit more server oriented than Fedora, and you will have access to all the features trough the vm without to have to part your Hard drive.
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    Debian bootloader problems

    Bios and Bootloader are 2 differents things. Your bios (Basic Input Output System) is basically a primitive level. He can detect disks, and performs somes really basic tasks on the hardware. Your bios will detect the drives connected to your motherboard, and then access to the MBR (Master Boot...
  12. tchakatak

    Kali 2018.4 Background messed up,Duplicate fodlers and files

    Hello, and welcome to linux.org. What you can try is to use a file manager (such as nautilus) to see if you can still access your datas. Just to let you know, kali is not a made to be run as a main os, only for pentest/security.
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    Post Your Desktop!

    No problem, ping me if you need :) You will see, if you really want to go minimalist and well configured, you can easily have multiple terms, browser with several tabs open, for only 750 Mb of ram in total :)
  14. tchakatak

    Post Your Desktop!

    haha, The man is a really good place to start. https://i3wm.org/docs/userguide.html If you want more guides than the manual you can use thoses ones : Intersting for gapps => Install i3 WM in Arch Linux based Distribution Intersting for the basic configuration =>...
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    Network Manager gsm connection

    Hello What distribution are you using ?
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    Symbolic linked file

    Hello and welcome to Linux.org. Just a little thing, dont edit your post with a Solved... if someone else look to the answer for the same problem, they will not be able to have the full post.
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    I'm a computer student and new in Linux, recomendations?

    Hello! And welcome to Linux.org and Linux in general :) You will see, it's really amazing. First, I would recommend you to set up a dual boot, permit you to switch time to time without impacting your workflow when you have time. Then you will see there are many flavors, some are community...
  18. tchakatak

    Lubuntu 16.04 on Maxdata M-Book 1200X

    Hi and welcome to linux.org. As said by Arochester, you will have to boot on the usb drive for a live experience. You have to know that 16.04 is old, you can download the new version from ubunutu website (18.04 for long term support or the latest 18.10). The hardware support of your computer...
  19. tchakatak

    Post Your Desktop!

    What kind of link are you looking after ? I am using i3 wm (no gapps) for a while now, maybe i can help you with that :)
  20. tchakatak

    Post Your Desktop!

    My config / desktop
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