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How to fix – Warning apt-key is deprecated

Last week I tried to install Ulauncher into a Linux Mint 21 freshly installed. After installing Ulauncher using: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:agornostal/ulauncher && sudo apt update && sudo apt install ulauncher I got this error: «Warning apt-key is deprecated«. After some Googling, I found this that help me to fix it. Fixing process: $ sudo apt-key list Now, we need to remember the last 8 Hexa digits (99503176) of the corresponding

VMware – Cannot open dev-vmmon – No such file or directory» error – Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

After an update for my Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, a new kernel was installed and again VMWare Workstation 16 could not start my Kali VM machine. I got a vmmon error: I’ve been an alternative solution to this problem more than the small workaround of modifying the default kernel to start in the Grub menu.After some Googling I found this script that worked fine. https://github.com/LinuxEuphony/vmware-host-modules-builder-cli The script is pretty simple to

[Solved] Resolv.conf is not updated after an OpenVPN connection

After connecting a VPN on Linux (my case an Ubuntu) that resolv.conf is not updated and you can’t resolve names from that network as expected. After searching a bit I found this website that gave me a solution. You can check in detail here: https://dev.to/setevoy/arch-linux-openvpn–resolvconf-is-not-updated-2470 After connection to the VPN has been performed, we can observe that resolv.conf hasn’t been updated. $ cat /etc/resolv.conf Modify your opvn file and these

OpenVAS 9 install (Ubuntu)

You can find this tutorial here This is just a reminder-post to myself. OpenVAS is a framework of several services and tools offering a comprehensive and powerful vulnerability scanning and vulnerability management solution. Homepage A set of new packages for openvas 9 is now included.If you prefer to install them, you just have to install «openvas9» package instead of «openvas». Then, update scripts/data with the following commands:sudo apt install sqlite3sudo

(Solution) A start job is running for Hold until boot finishes up – Ubuntu

After trying to install the Gnome desktop in my Ubuntu 16.04 I couldn’t boot again my computer after rebooting. When I pressed ctrl+alt+f2 the message: «A start job is running for Hold until boot finishes up» appeared. After a little Google searching I was able to figure out the issue. It was a problem with Gdm. So I had to use again LightDM. To fix it follow these steps: When booting