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@Shutupsqaure answer is correct; but if you want to maintain different usernames on the remote computer, you can just edit/create a $HOME/.ssh/config file and put in it: Host nickname HostName hadoopslave User hadoop1 (edit for your situation, clearly). Now ssh nickname is the same as ssh hadoop1@hadoopslave. $HOME/.ssh must be mode 0700 --- ...


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If you can login with ssh username@hostname #or ssh username@ip_address but not ssh ipaddress Then your username is not the same as the target user on the host you are trying to connect to. I can see from your output from ssh that your local user is hardoop and the remote user is hadoop1. Unless they are the same name you need to have user@remote


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I had the same problem. More or less by accident, I noticed that whenever I had GMail open in a browser, a rattling hard drive would be the result. In my case, if GMail would be running in Google Chrome, Opera, Safari or Vivaldi, it would result in constant rattling. In Firefox, it would still cause some hard drive access. I ended up with Midori, and now my ...


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For the majority of distributions you must load the nf_conntrack_proto_gre and nf_conntrack_pptp kernel modules for certain PPTP/VPN servers. This can be done with: $ sudo modprobe nf_conntrack_proto_gre nf_conntrack_pptp


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Transfer the ISO that you have download, and placed on the USB stick, to the Downloads directory on the 12.10 machine. Now, when you open up the Startup Disk Creator from the 12.10 machine, the image (iso) will be in the top box. (Downloads is the default directory, other is for other directories) The USB stick should be in the lower box. Erase Disk ...


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This is not an answer, per se, although it does have an easier workaround to recover. I started having this same (I believe) problem with 14.04. It seems like the current active window works OK, but won't close or move, and other windows won't work at all with the mouse. Keyboard works fine. If I close the working window, and reopen, it no longer works. ...


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When Keepboard is activated, the second item in the history is selected by default (because the top item is in the clipboard anyway and can be pasted directly without activating clipboard manager). Thus you can quickly paste the second item by using Keepboard activation hotkey and pressing Enter right away.


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All settings -> Text Entry -> (+)add Marathi (KaGaPa phonetic). Done. Switch to next source using: Super(Windows) + Space Switch to previous source using: Shift + $uper + Space


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I had same issue, but i noticed that after running sudo apt-get remove nvidia-* command, which did not changed anything (even after reboot) there were some old unnecessary packages, and after removing them with command sudo apt-get autoremove and rebooting all was correct, desktop is loading as expected.


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In LibreOffice Writer windows go to: Insert -> Object -> OLE Object A popup window will appear. Ensure that the "Create new" radio button is selected. In the listbox below select "Other objects". Unfortunately this entry isn't available in the Linux edition of LibreOffice. A new popup window will appear; "Insert object". Select the "Create from file" radio ...


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go to panel preferences in lxpanel, panel applets tab, and load an application launch bar plugin instance. Now your LXDE panel is custmized as a launcher, and you can configure that plugin entry to include whatever apps you want.


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In Xubuntu Go to Settings --> Prefferd Applications


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I had the same problem in Xubuntu 14.04. In my case, Conky was always working perfectly, until one day I noticed it wasn't transparent anymore. The problem was that I had disabled the Compositor option in the Window Manager Tweaks. Once I checked that box again, Conky was transparent again.


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I installed those drivers and it still did not print. I found this tip somewhere else. $ cnijnetprn --search auto It returned this... network cnijnet:/18-0C-AC-C8-67-F7 "Canon MG6300 series" "Canon-MG6300-series_18-0C-AC-C8-67-F7" Then I used lpadmin, entering the printer name, ppd file and the MAC address from above. $ sudo /usr/sbin/lpadmin -p ...


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Problem: MFC42.DLL is missing Simple fix and this works for any missing .dll files on PlayOnLinux or even Windows itself. Close your PlayOnLinux & Wine programs. Kill all instances. ("ps aux" and "kill -9" commands) Google for the dll file name (MFC42.DLL). You'll find a bunch of sites where you can download the file. Drop the file into your Windows ...


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Helo Try this metode if you've grub installed: In Terminal: sudo update-grub edit by NANO or vii /etc/default/grub and modify if in GRUB_TIMEOUT= 0 modify for ex 5 and SAVE; easier in Midnight Commander (apt-get install mc)(sudo -s ENTER, mc ENTER)!!!/etc/default/grub and F4!!!!(sudo -s ENTER, mc ENTER) again sudo update-grub Close the terminal and ...


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I removed fontconfig-config with purge, and after that everything started working: apt-get remove --purge fontconfig-config



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