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Q: Looking at the kernel logs to see if there is something wrong with my machine

Alexander MillsMy ubuntu machine slowed down, I was following these instructions: https://askubuntu.com/questions/21632/slow-response-and-system-lag the slowness I see is pretty uniform, and there's definitely a lot of delay when I click or type. sometimes I type 30 characters, and wait for them all to appear...

 
 
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Q: Installing ukuu on Ubuntu 18.04

kornCan you help me? I'm trying to install ukuu to upgrade my kernel. I'm using this tutorial: sudo apt-add-repository -y ppa:teejee2008/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ukuu I'm following this guide from https://github.com/teejee2008/ukuu (official page) After running all commands, I...

 
 
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11:34 AM
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Q: Owner not able to write log file

epsanI'm working on a python script, I created a file in /var/log/ folder with 664 permissions python script is not able to write logs to the file created, IDK why... since file owner is ubuntu(aws's default user). very carefully I have given Read and Write permission to the file scheduled crontab ...

 
 
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1:09 PM
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Q: Ubuntu 19.10 Laptop wakes up immediately after suspend

Oscar GuérinWhen I try to suspend my Ubuntu ASUS laptop, it immediately wakes up. The laptop is a few months old and as far as I can remember, I've always had the issue. I tried to solve this problem with numerous solutions, but none worked. I already tried to set all the fields in the /proc/acpi/wakeup fil...

 
 
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9:20 PM
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Q: 'su user' behavior differs when logged in locally vs via ssh

su_liOn my Ubuntu 18.04 system, there's a user called myuser without a password: tester@box:~$ passwd -S myuser myuser NP 03/31/2020 0 99999 7 -1 When I log in to the machine locally and switch to myuser via su myuser everything works as expected, no password prompt, I'm directly switched to the s...

 
 
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10:36 PM
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Q: Apending text to end of file

AKaI am using sed to add text to end of file. so far i have tried a. sed -i -e '$ a mynewtext' filename b. sed -e '$amynewtext' filename My file looks like this 90577958 90399451 90219954 90089937 90994000 90083995 90349994 90133537 After running both a) and b) i get new line with mynew...

 

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