• Editing Microsoft Excel file using Linux shell

    Hi IT experts, Does anyone know of a tool (or even a process) to edit an Excel file (XLSX) using Linux shell? Basically I'm working on a worksheet and I need to remove the last three non empty rows. Any help is appreciated.

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  • Linux: What does -r and -n mean

    For learning Linux commands, what does -r and -n mean?

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  • Cannot create new file on Ubuntu server

    Our department primarily uses Ubuntu a lot of the time. On the Ubuntu server, I just tried to create a new files but it says not permitted. Here's the catch: I'm able to edit existing files. What's the issue here? Can someone help?

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  • Linux: Command to find largest files and folders

    Hello ITKE experts! On Linux, does anyone know of a command that would list the largest files and folders on my machine? I'm looking for the top 5 / top 10. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • How to logoff using Linux shell script on remote Windows 10 machine

    Hello, Apologizes for the brief question - I'm on a remote Windows 10 machine. Using a shell script in Linux, how can I logoff? Thank you!

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  • What is a UDR2?

    I use wyre bash for Skyrim and Fallout 4. When bash checks the mods I sometimes have problems with esp's having a UDR2 all the way to 6, problem. What am I supposed to do?

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  • How to remove Linux from removable hard disk

    I had Linux installed on a removable hard disk. But I don't use Linux anymore so I want to add Windows 10 to it. How can I completely remove it from the hard disk? Thanks so much.

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  • Checking progress of task on Ubuntu server

    I have both a Ubuntu server and a laptop (for work / personal use). A coworker asked me to perform a heavy task on the server. Here's my question: I'm currently connected to the server through SSH. But when I leave the office, the SSH session is lost and I don't know what happened to the process of...

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  • Font not appearing in Windows 10 WSL

    I'm in the process of updating my WSL on Windows 10. But the font that I would like to use is not in there (meaning the properties window for WSL). The font I would like to use is listed in the control panel. How can I use my font? Thanks.

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  • How to enable Linux applications on a Chromebook

    A friend of mine told me that Chromebooks are getting support to run Linux applications. But on those machines, how can I enable those apps? I'm currently on a Dell Chromebook - is it still possible? Thanks so much.

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  • My SATA SSHD is locked

    SATA ST1000LM014 - SSHD need a password. Can anyone help?

    Stryhn25 pointsBadges:
  • Setup usernames and passwords on Linux server

    I'm in the process of setting up two factor authentication on a new Linux server. What's the best way to setup usernames/passwords on this? Thank you very much!

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  • Shockwave Flash keeps crashing in Google Chrome on Ubuntu

    So I'm running both Ubuntu on my PC. In Google Chrome, Shockwave Flash keeps crashing every single time. It's getting quite bothersome. A friend of mine tried it on his Windows 10 system and it crashed too. Why is this happening? How can I fix it?

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  • putty: changing mouse wheel scroll lines

    I'm running putty 0.60 on Windows XP SP3 connecting to a Solaris host. When I use my mouse wheel to scroll within the window, one scroll click results in moving 25 lines. Is there a way to change this to some smaller number of lines per click - say 1, 2 or 3?

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  • Diskspace issue in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

    While updating my OS, it gives an error - "The upgrade needs a total of 102 M free space on disk '/boot'. Please free at least an additional 42.3 M of disk space on '/boot'. You can remove old kernels using 'sudo apt autoremove', and you could also set COMPRESS=xz in...

    Jaideep Khanduja19,345 pointsBadges:
  • How build HA with 2 node iSCSI using targetcli

    In a team with a friend, we have created a small lab to understand how VMware multipath works. We have created 2 nodes, which remain aligned with GlusterFS via 10GB LAN. Subsequently, from each of these 2 nodes we export the volumes with the targetcli service, on iSCSI. In VMware ESXi 5.5 we see...

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  • Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Partition issue

    Hi. The partition table of my data folder shows size 465 and used 465. How to fix it?

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  • Video not running in Ubuntu

    When I run a video on my laptop using Ubuntu OS, it gives an error - "The playback of this movie requires a MPEG-2 Transport Stream demuxer plugin which is not installed." What should I do to make it run? If something is to be installed, can I get the steps for that?

    Jaideep Khanduja19,345 pointsBadges:
  • How to upgrade Ubuntu on my laptop

    I am running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. How do I upgrade my OS to latest version without losing my data.

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  • Linux: Find out how long file has been opened

    In Linux, would there be a way that I could find out how long a file has been opened. My co-worker and I think that a process is running some long operations on several files but we're not sure which ones. Can someone help?

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