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  1. If it works in Ubuntu then it's a Debian problem, not a Linux problem. Just sayin...
  2. you can disown a process and have it run in the background. That should guarantee that it stays running after you logout. nohup <insert command here> &; disown;
  3. Apparently there are two types of Debian for mips64? I don't much about it but I found this list.
  4. Some people have used kernel boot parameters to help with older AMD cards. Might be worth a try: radeon.cik_support=0 amdgpu.cik_support=1 amdgpu.dpm=1 amdgpu.dc=1
  5. Assuming the service file was written correctly, then yes, adding the @prod part means you won't start or enable any @test parts and vice versa
  6. Are you asking about the @prod part of it? if not you can use systemctl enable --now thing and be done with it.
  7. You can pass the partition as an existing drive according to stackoverflow. Alternatively, if you have the space, I copied my windows partition to a .img file, then used qemu-img to convert that to a qcow2 file. I then used qcow2 image for the vm and expanded my Linux partition to fill out my entire hard drive
  8. I still think you need to focus on the ZFS tunables instead of RAM size, i.e. enabling prefetch for stream boxes, setting appropriate compression and recordsize on your datasets. According to this page, arc limits are configurable as well.
  9. I actually just had that happen to me too, but I was running Rawhide soooo I guess I asked for it. It was either dnf or python3.7. I just booted from a live Fedora, downgraded the two problem children, rebooted, upgraded, and was good as gold!
  10. Fedora has gotten a lot easier to install. Especially with Fedora 28, since they've loosened up on the whole DRM thing
  11. What OS? Graphana is nice for seeing resource usage and Cockpit is good for web management (starting vms, enabling/disabling services, etc.)
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