• Linux: Extract text from PDF

    In Linux, does anyone know how I could extract text from a PDF file? Is there anything on the command line I can use? I really don't want to use any conversion software. Thanks!

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  • Brub error 15

    Hello guys - I fell into a PC problem. I deleted a group folder then when I boot I got this message: tgrub 1.5 stage grub 15 error. The bad news for this problem is I don't have a USB and my DVD is crashed. Please help me and thank you.

    amrahmed1235 pointsBadges:
  • Linux servers alerting

    How to configure alerting for Linux servers in the tool. Can we get the document or the steps?

    Pradeepprao2920 pointsBadges:
  • How to re-add RAID 10 on Ubuntu

    About a week or so ago, my system drive completely crashed so I lost my software that contained RAID 10. After I reinstall my computer, how can I re-add RAID 10 again? I'm currently using Ubuntu if that helps.

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  • How to restart cron?

    At my job, I use CRON job to monitor and restart several of our services if they're not running correctly. But how can I actually restart cron itself? Thanks.

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  • Linux command to find and run program

    In Linux, how am I able to find a specific program (through the directory and sub-directories) and then run it? If someone can just get me started, that would be great.

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  • Open HTML file from Linux server

    I have one HTML file and one Linux server which does not have any GUI interface. So is there any ways to open an HTML file from that Linux server.

    pranavkrishna25 pointsBadges:
  • How to open and save PDF file directly in Google Chrome

    I use Google Chrome on Ubuntu. A friend of mine sent me a PDF so when I clicked on it, it opened up in a new tab (preview) and that worked fine. But when I tried to save it, it re-downloads the PDF and it takes a long time so here's my question: Could I directly save the file when I'm in preview...

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  • Can Nagios be integrated with UiPath?

    I am trying to automate the whole it process using Uipath. I want to know if i can integrate Nagios with it.

    Suravi15 pointsBadges:
  • Wi-Fi is not showing on Ubuntu

    I have a dual installation on my desktop. It's running both Ubuntu and Windows 10. But my Ubuntu Wi-Fi is not working at all. Here's what I'm getting: Wi-Fi adapter is not found like displayed in screen. Any suggestions?

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  • Is it possible to avoid the auto account lock in Linux

    For learning purposes, as an ethical hacking, I'm trying to preform an dictionary attack on my own web page, put off-course the account lock after certain number of field attempts. So my question is can I or anyone bypass this and avoid the auto account lock? And how?

    jamal99320 pointsBadges:
  • How to access downloaded files in Linux

    I'm currently learning how to use KALI LINUX. I created a new user and downloaded some files. I was able to view the file with the new user account. When I logged back in as a root user, I tried accessing the files but I could not find them. I checked back with the user account and I could see...

    indispensable5 pointsBadges:
  • How to sync iPhone to Ubuntu

    So I'm on Ubuntu (version 11.04 I believe). I would like to sync my iPhone music over to it. What's the best way to do that? I'm on an iPhone 6 too. Thank you

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  • Create ISO image on Linux Mint

    After a week or so, I finally got to install Linux Mint. Now, I need to create an ISO image on my system so I can use it on my friend's (co-worker) computer. How can I do that?

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  • Find out which ports are open in Windows 10

    In Windows 10, is there any chance I can find out which ports are open? I need to know which ports I could possibly SSH tunnel via Putty (from my other computer). Thank you for the help.

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  • Converting FB2 file into PDF in Linux

    Hello, Simple question too: Would I be able to convert FB2 file into a PDF in Linux? Thanks so much.

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  • Stop Apache and MySQL from automatically starting up in Ubuntu

    For Ubuntu, I don't need Apache and MySQL to run automatically when I startup. When I boot up, they automatically startup. How can I stop this from happening?:

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  • Hard disk usage is at 100% after dual-boot

    I have a Lenovo laptop running Windows 10. I think about a week ago, I dual-booted the machine with Linux. But when I checked my settings in Windows, it says that I'm at 100% in disk usage all of the time. That can't be possible, can it? But when it's running Linux, there are no performance issues....

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  • Cannot connect to Wi-Fi on Linux Mint: Authentication required

    For the past several days, I haven't been able to connect to my Wi-Fi. When I try to connect, I get this 'Authentication required' but no password prompt comes up at all. I'm on Linux Mint. Can someone help?

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  • Best way to wipe a disk clean in Linux

    My co-worker asked me to wipe a disk clean of everything (that includes data and partitions). We're using Linux. What's the best way to do this? I should ask actually for the fastest. Thanks so much

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