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example_automated_debian_install_script @sysadmin:linux:debian
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install, do an # installation, and then run these commands: # debconf-get-selections --installer > file # ... > file #### Advanced options ### Running custom commands during the installation # d-i preseeding is inher... # directly, or use the apt-install and in-target commands to easily install # packages and run commands in the target system. #d-i preseed/late_command string apt-in
weechat @sysadmin:kb
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his will only work once you enable ''send_unknown_commands'' </WRAP> <code> /set on </code> * Ref:
backing_up_ntfs_disk @sysadmin:systemrescuecd
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that can be achieved with either of the following commands: ''ntfs-3g -o ro /dev/sda1 /mnt/windows'' ''mou
smtp_error_codes @sysadmin:kb
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| | 503 | Bad sequence of commands | | 504 | Com
common_commands @sysadmin:linux
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====== Common Linux Commands ====== ===== apt ===== ==== List Installed Packages by Size ==== ===== User
mastodon @self-hosting
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sql_database|here]] for postgresql backup/restore commands)):<code>$ sudo -Hu postgres pg_dump -d mastodon_p
sysadmin @sysadmin
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=== This namespace is to collect helpful things, commands, tips, and tricks a sysadmin should know. =====
ghost_service @sysadmin:linux
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''start'', ''stop'', ''restart'', and ''status'' commands. <code> [Unit] Description=ghost After=network.
linux @sysadmin:linux
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====== Linux ====== * [[Common Commands]] * [[sysadmin:linux:arch_linux:start|Arch Linux]] * [[sysad
  • start.txt
  • Last modified: 2019/11/10 19:46
  • by mjorgensen