Today I encountered an issue which prevented my system from booting. The system is a fresh install, as I recently reinstalled Ubuntu 18.04.03 via live USB with the official ISO. This is my 3rd or 4th attempt, and am experiencing the same issue: Install the system with default parameters Reboot immediately after installation, no issue. […]
In Ubuntu 19.10, my mouse has a weird problem where, when I use the keyboard, I need to click (either left or right) before the mouse starts to work again. It dates from today and I didn’t play with the settings recently. Any idea where it could come from or any troubleshooting steps ? Thanks
I have done few google searches but none of them answered my question. Do we have anyway to print headers of all commands in Ubuntu? commands like ps -ef & ls, du. Example ps -ef | egrep “PID” UID PID PPID C STIME TTY TIME CMD root 18208 21629 0 02:49 pts/0 00:00:00 egrep –color=auto […]
I was trying to change the ” busy ” and ” watch ” art for Yaru cursor. As instructed in the readme file, I installed python-pil and x11-apps and successfully rendered the cursor theme. I now have the bitmaps folder. But when I try ./x11-make.sh, I get $ ./x11-make.sh Error reading config file! Error reading […]
As I know Docker uses host OS kernel, there is no custom or additional kernel inside container. All containers which run on a machine are sharing this “host” kernel. Working with a containerized testing environment. Is There is a way to perform the kernel upgrade test in such case?
Need to see the udev events to write rules. I’ve tried to set udev_log=”debug” in /etc/udev/udev.conf. I’ve tried to edit /usr/share/initramfs-tools/scripts/init-top/udev to set log_level=debug there. Also the –debug option: … log_level=debug SYSTEMD_LOG_LEVEL=$log_level /lib/systemd/systemd-udevd –daemon –debug –resolve-names=never 2>/dev/.udev.debug … And rebuilt initramfs every time: update-initramfs -k all -u After a reboot nothing is logged to the […]
I want to customize the boot time grub menu and splash screen for a livecd.
For context, I’m creating a script to simplify the process of creating xen guests. The script uses xen-create-image and uses a bunch of flags to set as many useful settings as possible (distro, vg, root-disk size, IP, etc). This is all on a Debian 10. I want to know if there’s an other Xen tool […]
In a file lets say S.No Name 1 SIta 2 Gita 3 Rahul 4 Raj 5 Ankit 6 Rahul. In this the name Rahul should not display. Write a command in unix for this.