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[how-to] run ilO4 Java WebAPP on Debian

1) get "jre-8u201-linux-x64.tar.gz" from https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jre8-downloads-2133155.html 2) unpack it via "tar xfz jre-8u201-linux-x64.tar.gz" 3) mv sudo mv jre1.8.0_201 /opt/ 4) sudo /opt/jre1.8.0_201/bin/javaws ~/Downloads/iLO-jirc.jnlp sadly it is not working with any java version provided by the official repo. hopefully i've helped someone to ditch his/her windows vm :)
^2 ^3 0 comments on Mar 27, 2019 ━ submitted by acheloos

[How to] Disable ipv6

\#Check to see if ipv6 is currently enabled: $ /sbin/ifconfig - \#to disable \#Edit the file - /etc/sysctl.conf $ sudo nano /etc/sysctl.conf - And fill in the following lines at the end of that file: - \# IPv6 disabled net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6 = 1 net.ipv6.conf.default.disable_ipv6 = 1 net.ipv6.conf.lo.disable_ipv6 = 1 - \#Save the file and close it. - \#Restart sysctl $ sudo sysctl -p \#Check the output of ifconfig again and there should be no ipv6 address $ /sbin/ifconfig
^2 ^3 1 comment last on Mar 28, 2016 ━ submitted by ow

[How to] Randomly generate binary (0/1) in the terminal

$ xxd -b -l10 -c0 -g0 /dev/urandom | cut -d' ' -f2 | tr -d '\n'
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[How to] Show IP address in terminal

You might be able to get the results you need from $ /sbin/ifconfig But if you want to see which IP address websites are seeing from your terminal (for example, when you wget or curl from a fileserver/webserver) $ curl -s http://whatismijnip.nl |cut -d " " -f 5 Note that this makes a request to the third party site whatismijnip.nl, so it is not completely private, like the local command /sbin/ifconfig, but sometimes your network setup might be routing through a VPN or other forwarding method.
^4 ^5 0 comments on Feb 06, 2016 ━ submitted by ow

[How to] Move a windows that has its top menu bar off screen

Several distros will allow you to recover programs that are off screen if you can select them and then hit Alt+Space followed by 'M' (for move). Now the program should be under your mouse, which you can set to its new location.
^2 ^3 0 comments on Feb 06, 2016 ━ submitted by ow

[Question] Anybody know how to remove non-free repos from debian?

Does anybody here know how to remove the non-free repos from Debian?
^2 ^3 2 comment last on Dec 14, 2015 ━ submitted by tristank

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