if you actually typed what you said in your email you are missing a "/". it sounds like you simply copied to make a new file named "mountpoint" , it does not say mountpoint is a directory. So if you switch directories to somewhere else it cannot work. In other words it should be:
cp /bin/ls mountpoint
But if you go somewhere else you have to give the full path as in:
or wherever you put it.
Please try this question again, as it should work properly now.
@PFG Please try answering this question again, you should be able to select multiple answers now.
I dug around and found one of them on Github:
https://github.com/trimstray/technical-whitepapers/blob/master/base/(Linux FoundationTraining) Konstantin Ryabitsev-A SysAdmin’s Essential Guide to Linux Workstation Security-The Linux Foundation (2017).pdf
Hi @Helio , I'm glad you solved it
That sounds more like a VirtualBox question than Linux related. I think you can take a look to the VirtualBox documentation, about "webcam passthrough":
==> 9.5.1. Using a Host Webcam in the Guest
first question answered here: https://forum.linuxfoundation.org/discussion/857630/how-to-handle-different-behaviour-of-dynamic-evaluation-on-centos-8-and-windows
second question answered here: https://forum.linuxfoundation.org/discussion/857673/lab-4-2-setting-a-breakpoint-using-a-code-keyword
hi @zorawar that doesn't seem right at all - however it shouldn't affect any of the material either way
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In decades of using Linux, I can't remember a time I had to reboot except when there is a kernel update or recompile. Occasionally it is just faster to reboot than remember how to restart some service etc. The idea of an application asking you to reboot as part of the install is considered absurd for the most part and would indicate an application that does not deserve to be on your machine