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Q: how to divide traffic packages between two sub-interfaces in Linux

MiladWe Have one main physical interface, for instance, "eth0" and we have two inside Linux sub-interfaces "eth0.1" and "eth0.2". We have some traffic on eth0 and we want to dive traffic packages randomly and give half of them to "eth0.1" and another half to "eth0.2". For Example if we have 10Gbps ...

 
 
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10:52 AM
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Q: Filter specific Notifications in Gnome 3.34.2

Thomas Christopher Daviesgenerally I like the notifications in gnome. But there is one notification which annoys me really badly. I use the gnome extension "caffeine", which disables auto suspend. Each time I enable caffeine I get a notification for auto-suspension and screensaver is disabled. This also happens when I p...

 
11:30 AM
@andrew.46 Since I was one of user who rolled back your edit in past which made the question on-topic, therefore, I'm investing my 2 cents here in chat.
I do agree with Zanna's comment and would discourage such actions. This might act as an argument for new users or other users for future questions that if the above mentioned can become off-topic by editing why can't newer ones. Why can't we make room for Mint or Elementary questions which applies to Ubuntu as well, for example, kernel related issues!
I'd be rather happy to see this question migrated to U&L and a new Q&A which specifically mentions Ubuntu.
 
:)
 
 
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12:54 PM
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Q: How to see previous output in terminal window?

sequenceI was running a lengthy scientific simulation (which took almost a week to run) on my Linux workstation with the command which looked like this: time ./simulation So besides getting the output files from the simulation my aim was to also get the exact time it took to run this simulation. Howeve...

 
 
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3:14 PM
@MathCubes I haven't heard of mergerfs. I've learned something about unionfs and aufs. As far as I know, aufs is preferred solution in Ubuntu. unionfs is outdated. But nowadays, overlayfs is the one that's being used everywhere and included in the kernel AFAIK
 
hey @Anwar :)
 
@Zanna Hi :)
 
good to see you. Hope all is well
 
Yeah. by God's mercy. I hope same to you all
You're still doing works here! Nice!
 
:)
at the moment not much
but hopefully more next month
 
3:23 PM
Oh. At least you're visiting here everyday. That's great!
 
still hoping to continue the self-answer query project at some stage!
I haven't looked at that for a while
 
That's even greater! I've the board visited today
I'll try to spend at least a few minutes from now on.
 
oh sorry for the silence there
 
silence where?
 
on that board
If you are doing it I will certainly do it
however slowly or little
 
3:28 PM
I'm not sure if I'd be able to do so. Let's see
 
no worries either way :)
 
3:54 PM
I think this is a bug in Ubuntu askubuntu.com/q/1206023/61218 What do you people think?
 
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Q: Why does gawk think 2.0e-318 > 2.0?

HerpDerpingtonI am trying to find the maximum value of a column of data using gawk: gawk 'BEGIN{max=0} {if($1>0+max) max=$1} END {print max}' dataset.dat where dataset.dat looks like this: 2.0 2.0e-318 The output of the command is 2.0e-318 which is clearly smaller than 2. Where is my mistake?

 
 
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6:37 PM
@Anwar I’m with you and voted to close as off-topic.
 
 
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8:44 PM
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Q: `xsel --input` produces invalid clipboard contents

l0b0How to reproduce: $ xsel --input <<< test $ xclip -o -t TARGETS TIMESTAMP MULTIPLE TARGETS DELETE INCR TEXT UTF8_STRING STRING X Error of failed request: BadAtom (invalid Atom parameter) Major opcode of failed request: 17 (X_GetAtomName) Atom id in failed request: 0x0 Serial number of f...

 

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