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farzadso / gist:c2981ca64a7ae054a04d629fad9935cb
Created Aug 7, 2018 — forked from kitek/gist:1579117
NodeJS create md5 hash from string
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var data = "do shash'owania";
var crypto = require('crypto');
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Created Jun 23, 2019 — forked from rudolfratusinski/
Parallels Tools fix for Ubuntu 18.04 and other Linux distributions with Kernel version >= 4.15


  • In open Ubuntu 18.04 machine click Parallels Actions -> "Install Parallels Tools"

  • A "Parallels Tools" CD will popup on your Ubuntu desktop.

  • Open it by double mouse click, copy all the content to a new, empty directory on a desktop, name it for e.g. "parallels_fixed"

  • Open terminal, change directory to parallels_fixed (cd ~/Desktop/parallels_fixed)

  • Make command line installer executable (chmod +x install)

  • Change directory to "installer" (cd installer)

  • Make few other scripts executable: chmod +x installer.* *.sh prl_*


First off, credit goes to for leading the way here.

In a very similar approach, copy the files from the Parallels installation media and drop them in a folder somewhere (eg. ~/parallels_fixed)

Go to the kmods directory (cd ~/parallels_fixed/kmods) and extract the files (tar -xzf prl_mod.tar.gz)

Remove prl_mod.tar.gz file from that directory (rm prl_mod.tar.gz)

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