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  1. Hi JosepMVD, I have written an article to help you on this matter. Please check my article Running Multiple MariaDB Instances on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. I wish you all the best. Shovon
  2. Don't know about Oracle Linux. But on Ubuntu there is a program called udev. It is responsible for assigning device name to storage, network, and other hardwares. You can write udev rules to change how devices are named on Ubuntu.
  3. Hi Wei, Using UUID instead of device name is the best solution to this type of problems. I also recommend using UUID instead of device name even when you're not having any problems. - Shovon
  4. Hi Josep, I will get back to you once I have checked it out myself and have some information to share. Thanks. Shovon
  5. Hi NeutronJK, Thanks for posting the solution as well. It will surely help other people having the same issue.
  6. You're welcome. I see. You can do a test run on some virtual machines. If it works, then do the migration in your NIS servers. I wish you all the best. You're welcome again. Let me know if you need any help. Shovon
  7. Hi Legio06, There is tool called ypxfr. ypxfr is used to transfer a NIS database from a remote server to a local server. I have never tried it. But, according to the description (in manpage), it seems like you have to run ypxfr on your new NIS server. The tool will automatically import all the information from your old NIS server. To learn more about ypxfr, check the manpage of ypxfr. I hope this helps. Shovon
  8. Hi Carlos, It seems like there is a problem with the /etc/apt/sources.list.d/wine-obs.list file. You can remove this file and APT should work as before. To remove the file /etc/apt/sources.list.d/wine-obs.list, open a Terminal and run the following command: $ sudo rm -v /etc/apt/sources.list.d/wine-obs.list I hope this helps. Shovon
  9. That's strange. Once you click on START, you should find this option. Are you using the latest version of Rufus?
  10. Don't create bootable USB drive on NTFS file systems. FAT32 is usually the best way to go. You have to select the USB drive to boot from manually. Usually theres a key (F8 or some other function keys dependening on your device) that you can press just after pressing the power button to bring up the boot selection menu. Try the DD Image mode to create a bootable USB drive from Rufus. Just after you click on START, you should see the following window. I hope this will work.
  11. What program did you use to make the bootable USB thumb drive of LinuxMint? Maybe you have created a BIOS based bootable USB thumb drive. You need the UEFI one. You can use Rufus to make a UEFI supported bootable USB thumb drive.
  12. Maybe. Ask the previous owner about it. I don't think you can boot Linux on this device as long as Secure Boot is enabled.
  13. If you have American Megatrends Inc 2012 BIOS, then go to the Security tab and disable Secure Boot from there. Once you save the changes, go to the BIOS again and navigate to the Save & Exit tab. Your USB bootable thumb drive should appear in the Boot Override section. I hope this helps. Wishing you all the best. Shovon
  14. Hi Bob, Can you post a photo of your laptop's BIOS? I need to know what settings are there to help you. Thanks. Shovon
  15. Hi Prat, Is the shell script working as expected? Are you facing any problems?
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