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There was this website containing regularly updated content I wanted to follow. Unfortunately, they had no RSS feed available and I didn’t feel like checking on the website every now and then. Also, what I needed was just the posts

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If you have an image with standard partitions, you can mount any partition as a loopback device using the offset given by fdisk: user@machine:/home/user# fdisk -l disk.img Disk disk.img: 750.2 GB, 750156374016 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 91201 cylinders, total

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Following an upgrade in Debian Jessie/testing, I was left with no panels at all after logging into the MATE desktop. Running dpkg -s mate-desktop, I saw that MATE had been changed to 1.8 from the previous 1.6 version. My first

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I am no big fan of cloud solutions, mainly because I don’t like to entrust my data to people I don’t know. But like with any other tool, the cloud is still just a tool and it really depends on

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I had this peculiar problem – one of my virtual hosts had a custom tmp directory where sessions were stored and not deleted for a long time. When I found out, the number of files in there already posed a

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Ever wnated to have your external disk or USB stick encrypted? This is a way to get there on a Debian-based system using dm-crypt and LUKS. First, make sure dm-crypt module is loaded (see if /dev/mapper/ is present), and if

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