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The tarball should be in the grandparent directory of debian. The layout should look like this: foo->packagekit-qt->debian foo->packagekit-qt_0.9.5.orig.tar.xz. Do everything relative to packagekit-qt.


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The /etc/rc.local approach will 'run a very simple command at startup', but it is not an init.d script approach, and is in various ways inferior. (That may not matter, depending on your purpose). Unlike init.d scripts, rc.local comands don't offer a standard interface to starting and stopping a process, and they don't offer much ability to influence when ...


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The preferred way to make a bootable usb in debian is using dd. so: sudo dd if=/path_to/ubuntu.iso of=/dev/usb-mount-point will write the contents of ubuntu.iso file to usb-mount-point. You have to see where you have mounted the USB (you can use sudo fdisk -l to see (usually it will be /dev/sdb or /dev/sdc). It is important to be absolutely sure of ...


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If you followed the instructions here and installed tor it will not give you tor browser.You will also need to configure your applications to use tor as given in the step 2. As suggested in the above link, if you want to just surf the web anonymously then installing tor browser directly from the bundle (as you did the second time) is the right thing to do. ...


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Create a virtual HUB for each user. Use a virtual L3 switch because these can act as your OpenVPN settings. Source: vpnusers.com


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Go into your BIOS (Usually Delete, F1, or F12 on boot) and Enable VT-x. This should be a setting somewhere in your BIOS. Depending on the type of computer you have it could be under hardware settings, advanced settings, or something similar. Look around for it. It might also be called CPU virtualization. EDIT: See my comment below. Nested virtualization ...



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