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Posted By Scrutinizer
You could try using the date command to write the...
You could try using the date command to write the date to a file at shutdown and letting date set the date to what was recorded in that file at boot time before the network comes up.
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Posted By Scott
You could use a @reboot cron job to read the date...
You could use a @reboot cron job to read the date at boot time, but of course that's only effective when the cron daemon is started, and you need something else to write the file before shutting...
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Posted By bakunin
Scott's idea is valid anyway, but if i remember...
Scott's idea is valid anyway, but if i remember TCP/IP correctly (my copy of TCP/IP Illustrated (https://www.amazon.com/TCP-IP-Illustrated-3-Set/dp/0201776316) is not within reach right now) the DHCP...
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Posted By nandanlbhat
Use of shatedscripts
Hi Matt,

On re-reading the blurb about sharedscripts, it looks like sharedscripts will trigger if at least one log matches the criteria in your config. On the flip side, no sharedscripts will...
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Posted By nandanlbhat
Use of shatedscripts
Hello Matt,

Have a look at the man page:
man logrotate / man logrotate.conf .


You are on the right track. Sharedscripts portion reproduced here.

sharedscripts
Normally, prerotate...
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Posted By RudiC
On linux and a virtual console, screendump will...
On linux and a virtual console, screendump will eliminate console_codes. Not sure how positioning will be influenced.
5,245
Posted By jgt
You may be able to eliminate the escape sequences...
You may be able to eliminate the escape sequences by changing the terminal type to 'dumb' so that the program uses only spaces to generate the output.
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Posted By RudiC
This may work if your host has a fixed IP address...
This may work if your host has a fixed IP address assigned to it. With DHCP this may change over time. Anyhow, having several users log into the same account is usually deprecated for its inherent...
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Posted By RudiC
You are right, bash wouldn't touch csh.login. man...
You are right, bash wouldn't touch csh.login. man bash:So - put your resize command in one of those and check after the next login.
2,546
Posted By Corona688
Unplugging it and plugging it back in might or...
Unplugging it and plugging it back in might or might not solve it. Only way to know is to try. Yes.

You don't need to insert manual linebreaks in the middle of a sentence, the internet does it...
2,546
Posted By DGPickett
For bluetooth, wireless kb, mouse.
For bluetooth, wireless kb, mouse.
2,546
Posted By Corona688
Unpowered USB hub + tiny embedded device =...
Unpowered USB hub + tiny embedded device = potential trouble. I strongly suspect that is it.
2,546
Posted By Corona688
Grepping 'USB' had this pop out at me: ...
Grepping 'USB' had this pop out at me:

2015-01-07T12:26:59.899017-05:00 CuBox-HQ kernel: [ 4096.151285] usb 1-1.4: input irq status -75 received

Once it starts appearing, it starts appearing a...
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Posted By DGPickett
You might try the KB on the not hub port, to see...
You might try the KB on the not hub port, to see if the hub is a problem. Power needs on the lite hub can make problems. I try to keep rf transmitters off, for instance, and they seem to kill it.
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Posted By achenle
Check that little power supply. Is it hot? ...
Check that little power supply. Is it hot?

Also, you wouldn't happen to be using a KVM switch, would you?
2,546
Posted By Corona688
The keyboard and mice aren't wireless, are they? ...
The keyboard and mice aren't wireless, are they? I suppose you've already tried using a different keyboard and mouse.

Can you run dmesg when this starts? I/O errors and the like might appear at...
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Posted By hicksd8
Yes, you got it. There is an interface signal...
Yes, you got it. There is an interface signal (called DCD, Data Carrier Detect, which is pin 8 on the 25-pin RS232) that tells the host at each end if the modulated carrier (telephone line signal)...
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Posted By hicksd8
Here's a similar discussion from the past. ...
Here's a similar discussion from the past. Interesting but no answer.

Traysoft.com (http://forums.traysoft.com/viewtopic.php?p=3868)
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Posted By blackrageous
Are you sure the number you calling into has DID...
Are you sure the number you calling into has DID (direct inward dial) capability, in other words can you make a call to that number (where mgetty is) from the outside and have it answer? Is the dumb...
2,752
Posted By RudiC
512 bytes = 1/2 kB 1024 bytes = 1 kB This now...
512 bytes = 1/2 kB
1024 bytes = 1 kB
This now is where discrepancies start:
1024 kB = 1 M?B (sometimes MiB)
1000 kB = 1 M?B
etc...
2,752
Posted By ongoto
Hi What you were told got you confused... ...
Hi
What you were told got you confused...

1 byte=8 bits
512 bytes=1/2 kB
1024 bytes=1 kB
2048 bytes=2 kBs
1024 kilobytes=1 MB
and so on ...

Just for academics/curiosity...to see the MBR...
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Posted By fpmurphy
This should work: dd if=/dev/sdc ...
This should work:

dd if=/dev/sdc of=MBR.img bs=512 count=1

Then use xxd or od to check that the last bytes in MBR.img contain the standard MBR signature of "55 AA".
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Posted By RudiC
This depends on the hardware and the OS you use....
This depends on the hardware and the OS you use. Above info looks like its an IBM compatible PC with a 512 byte sector disk. On non-UEFI systems/disks the MBR is the first sector = 512 bytes. The gap...
2,752
Posted By Corona688
I've had to mess with u-boot a little bit, and...
I've had to mess with u-boot a little bit, and while it's infuriating, it hasn't appeared "magic" in quite that way. How exactly have you been cloning them? A cloned card should boot.
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Posted By Corona688
If possible I would pick option 2, since that...
If possible I would pick option 2, since that allows you to use the new ext4 filesystem, which supports online defragmentation. That can be important for virtual machines. But just copying the...
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