The KaOS development team proudly announced the release of the KaOS 2016.07 ISO refresh for the month of July, bringing all the goodies that have been pushed to the main software repositories of the rolling release operating system since June 2016.
I'm running Raspbian (debain wheezy, jessie) on a 16GB microSD card.
When I mount a 2TB external drive, all's well until I meet/exceed the space alotted on the internal SD card
aka, when I toss 14gb of data onto the 2TB drive /dev/root is maxed out.
Is there something I can do so that I can use the full 2TB of storage space on the external drive without comromising space on the little baby SD card?
I am using the external for backing up mobile phones with adb pull.
Thanks for any assistance.submitted by /u/buttlickss
The Debian and Enlightenment-based Elive GNU/Linux operating system is still in the Beta stages of development for the upcoming 2.x series, and the devs announced recently the release of the Elive 2.7.1 Beta milestone.
I'm currently using Linux Mint 18 and have had it installed for about two days on a new hard drive. Last night I made an account for my girlfriend and set up a log in screen. Everything worked fine. Now fast forward to this morning, Linux freezes up on the log in screen and goes black. Then I'm automatically logged into my girlfriends account. It won't allow me to log out, or switch users. Everytime I try I'm given a black screen, and then right back to her account. This is my first time using Linux, and I've loved it till now. Any help would be appreciated.submitted by /u/silver1289s
So apparently we call it a virtual terminal/console because these things existed?
But this is what I don't get. When you look at what constituted a terminal your average computer has all that and more, we're not emulating a completely different and unrelated platform. It is the native way to physically operate the system. So what's so virtual about it?
When I think 'virtual' terminal I think pseudo terminals or emulators like screen, ssh, xterm, etc.submitted by /u/NOTNixonsGhost
I've been looking and I see many projects but nothing that seems to fit what I specifically am looking for. Basically I'm seeing if I can have a private XMPP server run with multiple linux machines connected for cli remote access through the bot/client.
Does anyone know of a XMPP bot/client that:
All of the projects I've found seem to have been made as a chat bot first, and any commands that you want to run locally you need to specifically write them in.
I doubt something exists that is what I'm looking for, I just wanted to ask the community before I start playing around with making my own.submitted by /u/ctrlx0
Yesterday we had the online leak of the full Z2 User Manual and also news that the device will be released in the Africa and Southeast Asia. It seems like lots of our news of late has been of the upcoming Z2 device and today seems no different. We have a video showing the Z2, Z3, and Z1 in action (going from left to right). A unity game is launched on each device and checked for functionality. Looking at the Z2 the front of the device looks like similar to the Samsung Z3 whilst the back is more like the Z1.
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