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  2. What am i doing wrong here? usage: ****** [-h] [-t USER_TARGETS [USER_TARGETS ...]] [-u USER_URLS [USER_URLS ...]] [-q USER_QUERY] [--loose] [-c CONFIG_FILE [CONFIG_FILE ...]] [-o OUTPUT_FILE] [-bc BC_PATH] [-sk] [-k CLI_APIKEYS [CLI_APIKEYS ...]] [-lb LOCAL_BREACH_SRC [LOCAL_BREACH_SRC ...]] [-gz LOCAL_GZIP_SRC [LOCAL_GZIP_SRC ...]] [-sf] [-ch [CHASE_LIMIT]] [--power-chase] [--hide] [--debug] [--gen-config] ******: error: argument -o/--output: expected one argument root@kali:~# ****** -o -t fakeuser@yahoo.com -bc /home/kali/Desktop/ root@kali:~# ****** -t fakeuser@yahoo.com -bc /home/kali/Desktop/ -o I get the same error message with the -o in either spot. I was modeling this after some tutorials where they had other flags, although not the -o, and it worked from what I could tell so I just replaced theirs with the -o. Any help would be great. Thanks in advance!!!
  3. you can read/write windows drives as long as they are not encrypted, linux won't install on C:\ it uses it's own file system, so I assume you mean that the C:\ drive is where you intend to install linux, if so, it will take over that entire drive with it's own filesystem
  4. Please forgive me, I am coming from the windows world and am sure I am using the wrong labels/terminology regarding drives. I have a Dell laptop with a 1TB NVMe C drive and a 2TB D spin drive. I want to install Linux Mint Cinnamon to the C drive so that I get the greatest amount of speed which means disconnecting the D drive to insure the Linux is loaded to the C drive. Can I later connect the D drive and use that for bulk storage?...like for photos. Thanks
  5. Every time I install packages using the apt tool, this little error always pops up. The install goes fine, all packages work fine. But I just wanted to know if it's a legit error, and if I can fix it.
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    Running Arch Linux XFCE 4 whisker menu Powerline Theme Archway Neofetch information What do you think of screenshot? I know it pretty plain and simple lol
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  8. did you figure it out ?
  9. UPDATE: I had already added vers=1.0 to the fstab file, and I had rebooted at least twice. I rebooted again without making and changes other than unmounting the drive in Files, and it's now working. I'm not sure how tenuous this link is, but hopefully this fixed the issue.
  10. I've changed strategies. Since the permissions issue was obviously too complex to tackle with my limited ability to explain the problem, I decided to simply use my router's Samba hosting and plug the hard drive in there. SUCCESS! I can access the samba share using smbclient from the command line, and I can access it from Gnome in "Files." However, when I try to use CIFS to create a permanent mount to the Samba drive using the EXACT. SAME. INFORMATION. it says, "mount error(112): Host is down." This is the most frustrating thing I've experienced in the world of computing. I just want to share my damn external drive so that I can use Plex/Kodi/etc. to watch my decades of media on my devices in my house. I'm using Ubuntu 18.04. It shouldn't be this complicated. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  11. I am running Ubuntu 18.04. I'm new to Linux, but I'm pretty good at reading various guides. Unfortunately, I've tried so many solutions to this problem that I'm not even sure where I am in solving the issue at this point. I have successfully setup a Samba share on my Ubuntu machine, but when I open the folder on my Mac, I cannot do anything other than see the folders and open the files. Trying to do otherwise results in an "Operation not permitted" error on OSX. I know this must be a permissions issue, but I have attempted changing ownership and permissions to wide open in an effort to force the ability to add files to the external hard drive on the Ubuntu machine from my MacBook, and I'm having no luck. Like I said...I'm new to Linux, so I don't even know where to begin regarding logs, etc. Any guidance--even if it's "completely remove Samba and start over"--would be appreciated. Please bear with me, as I've explained the issue as much as I currently know how to explain it.
  12. Can someone help me with my Western Digital NAS? It runs Linux and has some hard-coded shares that cannot be deleted from within the GUI. I've connected via PuTTY but don't know how remove the shares. Anyone home?
  13. Hi and welcome to Linux-Noob. Usually install windows 10 first then Linux. The Grub (bootloader) will add Windows 10 in bootloader list. Newer computer using UEFI instead of BIOS. This will explain you how to do it: https://itsfoss.com/install-ubuntu-1404-dual-boot-mode-windows-8-81-uefi/ Hope this helps and good luck
  14. Hi, Im completely new to linux (other than trying a live cd), Ive been trying to install Linux Mint (on my dads PC) and Ubuntu Studio (on my PC) alongside Windows 10 following instructions on various web-pages...where I get stuck is when it tells me to select the FREE SPACE on the windows drive, it does not display the free space on the drives, it does show 2 lots of free space as 0MB and 1MB on the windows drive on both mine and my dads PC's - two seperate installations/instructions and exactly the same issues? all I can do is install it directly as a lone OS on a drive, Iam a noob and unfamiliar with linux partitioning etc can anyone help me install linux alongside windows 10? thanks
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