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Q: Move Ubuntu install to new drive from safe mode

Nathan PulverCurrently my linux system will not boot because the partition it is on has no space left at all. I get an error when I was able to log in that said: " Warning unable to write to /tmp ". Now, I cannot even log in. I am running a KDE plasma desktop and it freezes when I try to log in. I read that t...

 
 
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Q: sftp get - but exclude node_modules

RussellHarrowerSo my windows computer crashed - and I had to move OS so i moved all my nodejs apps to my web server. Now that I am running ubuntu 20.4 I am needing to get all these folders and copy them to my computer. I am currently using sftp to do this with the get command, however because these folders have...

 
 
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Q: How to stop truncate command safely

norioI am trying to empty my syslog.1 file which was flooded with some messages and has the size of 77 GB. I did sudo truncate -s 0 /var/log/syslog.1 but the command is taking more than 2 hours to return. Is it safe to stop it by Ctrl-C or by the kill command? I am afraid that these methods may cause...

 
 
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Q: After Reboot Dummy eth0 LAN disappear Ubuntu 20.04

ishI followed these commands to create dummy because my Laptop does not have any eth port and I need to create it so that I can run ISE license manager to configure software using ETH0 NIC info!!!!!!. Thanks in advance [enter link description here][1] sudo lsmod | grep dummy sudo modprobe dummy sudo...

 
 
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Q: /etc/bash.bashrc invoked incorectly on Ubuntu 20.04

RodneyUsing a fresh install of Ubuntu 20.04 I have found that the --rcfile option is not working as documented. From the man bash page: The --rcfile file option will force bash to read and execute commands from file instead of /etc/bash.bashrc and ~/.bashrc. However when I add to /etc/bash.bashrc an...

 

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