I decided I'll join the Linux family since my computer is quite old now and I'm tired of Windows 7 being laggy. So I installed the newest Ubuntu 14.04 and am now trying to put the launcher to the bottom, no success so far. I've tried a bunch of tutorials, a bunch of commands through the terminal but nothing worked so far. I assume the stuff didn't work because it was for 11-13.XX versions. So is there a way to move the thing to the bottom on 14.04?submitted by 99hundred
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My Dell inspiron headphone jack is all jacked up and only plays one channel if I hold the cable just right. I'm not finding where the stereo output is an easily replaceable part.
Is it possible to configure Linux Mint or Ubuntu to redirect sound output to the input jack?submitted by cat_dev_null
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I managed to fix the problem of none of my host being able to be NATed by the the edge router by having the intermediate router NAT the hosts, because it did get NATed by the edge router.root@drakeglider:~# iptables -L -t nat Chain PREROUTING (policy ACCEPT) target prot opt source destination Chain INPUT (policy ACCEPT) target prot opt source destination Chain OUTPUT (policy ACCEPT) target prot opt source destination Chain POSTROUTING (policy ACCEPT) target prot opt source destination LOG all -- anywhere anywhere LOG level error SNAT all -- anywhere anywhere to:192.168.2.30 root@keep:~# iptables -L -t nat Chain PREROUTING (policy ACCEPT) target prot opt source destination DNAT tcp -- anywhere anywhere tcp dpt:2200 to:192.168.2.5:22 DNAT tcp -- anywhere anywhere tcp dpt:2201 to:192.168.2.6:22 Chain INPUT (policy ACCEPT) target prot opt source destination Chain OUTPUT (policy ACCEPT) target prot opt source destination Chain POSTROUTING (policy ACCEPT) target prot opt source destination LOG all -- anywhere anywhere LOG level error SNAT all -- anywhere anywhere to:220.127.116.11
Is there a way to make it so it doesn't SNAT to 192.168.2.30 if a packet is going to the destination of 192.168.2.0/24?submitted by Oflameo
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The open source project OpenDaylight is on a mission to increase enterprise adoption of software-defined networking (SDN). Read about this ambitious effort to unite all SDN controllers.
Before heading into the weekend I thought about writing a small update about the KDecoration2 status. Since my last blog post I started integrating KDecoration2 into KWin. This was partially easier and partially more difficult than anticipated. Especially ripping out the old decoration code is rather complex. There are quite some design differences which make the transition complex and especially values inside KWin core are using enums defined in the decoration API – e.g. the maximized state is kept as a KDecorationDefines::MaximizedMode. This will need further work to move the enums and so at the moment the old decoration library is still compiled although the library is no longer in use.
Deepin is a rather interesting distribution of GNU/Linux. It’s especially useful if you haven’t tried out GNU/Linux before. Website makeuseof.com said recently: “It’ll be interesting to see how this distribution progresses… and seriously hope that it gets more popular because it definitely has the potential to be huge. More people just need to hear about it.”
I wasnt trying to overwrite my entire disk, I accidently didnt put the forward slash "/" after the /mnt/disk that I wanted to move a folder to so it just replaced the entire directory. *@#@!ing stupid!! mostly documents and photos which I didnt have any backups. I didnt have my shell setup properly to confirm me when over writing or anything.
I know of a method to recover most of the files but not with preserving the original file hierarchy of the disk which is frustrating, theres going to be several thousand photos I have to resort if i used that method. I hope theres a easier way to "undo" that stupid mistake and get my files back...
EDIT: Actually I screwed up by thinking the disk was mounted and panicked because my files were missing, and thankfully I just moved a folder to the /mnt/ directory instead of overwrite, but "lsblk" confirms that it wasnt even mounted. Thanks to the users that helped me realise that. This should also serve as a good reminder to anyone else: think again before you "mv" or "rm" as the linux filesystem is unforgiving.
Heres a relevant video about how Pixar studios did this and Toy Story 2 was almost lost forever: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dhp_20j0Yssubmitted by zvn3x
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