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revised A sleep script for Ubuntu server
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answered A sleep script for Ubuntu server
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comment How to create a wifi hotspot from the command line?
Try with this: nims11.wordpress.com/2012/04/27/… (sorry, I know I should write a proper answer, but I don't have enough time right now)
Jan
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comment ALERT! /dev/mapper/xxxxx does not exist. Dropping to a shell
oh, that's because /etc/resolv.conf is a symlink (a broken symlink in your case). Remove it before editing
Jan
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comment How to create a wifi hotspot from the command line?
The point of my question is: do you want to use network-manager or not? Or you don't care? I'm not a NM expert, but I think the method of creating a hotspot with NM is different from the method using hostapd
Jan
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comment ALERT! /dev/mapper/xxxxx does not exist. Dropping to a shell
how are you writing to the file?
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comment ALERT! /dev/mapper/xxxxx does not exist. Dropping to a shell
make sure that /etc/resolv.conf in the chroot matches the one of the host
Jan
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answered E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
Jan
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comment How to create a wifi hotspot from the command line?
are you using network-manager?
Jan
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revised Tried to delete files; disappeared from home folder, but did not appear in Trash (Btrfs)
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comment Tried to delete files; disappeared from home folder, but did not appear in Trash (Btrfs)
Note that globs by default don't include hidden files. Use shopt -s dotglob
Jan
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comment How to fix missing gpg key even though it should have been imported?
@k0pernikus: updated answer
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revised How to fix missing gpg key even though it should have been imported?
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comment How to fix missing gpg key even though it should have been imported?
@k0pernikus: trusted.gpg is not the only keyring available. There are others inside /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/, and it appears that the problem is with one of them. You should use the output of apt-key list to detect the damaged one
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comment How to fix missing gpg key even though it should have been imported?
@k0pernikus: can you paste the exact commands you used, together with the output from apt-key list?
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revised How to fix missing gpg key even though it should have been imported?
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answered How to fix missing gpg key even though it should have been imported?
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comment How to fix missing gpg key even though it should have been imported?
gpg is failing with invalid packet (ctb=01)/keydb_get_keyblock failed: eof. This usually means that your GPG database is damaged. The quickest way to fix the issue is to delete it. Is it an option?
Jan
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comment How can I stop NetworkManager from overwriting my '/etc/resolv.conf' file?
well... stop using network-manager