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    [ubuntu] Re: resolv.conf? DNS alternative

    Do you want a failback dns server, or a second query source?

    two scenarios:

    failover:

    query server A for host.somedomain.com
    query times out
    query server B for host.somedomain.com
    query...
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    [ubuntu] Re: System program problem detected

    Maybe in 12.10 they should make it an opt-in feature the first time around.
  3. [SOLVED] Down arrow, left arrow, backspace keys not working

    Symptom:
    When attempting to move backwards in a text field (like a forum post) or a Bash prompt, the browser would navigate backwards in history, or Bash would display DDDDDD for Left, BBBBBB for...
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    [ubuntu] Re: please help diagnose this error

    Op you need you install the package `libmono-wcf3.0-cil`




    He doesn't, because he has the mono CLR package installed and this app is made to work with mono.
    LOL!
  5. [ubuntu] Re: php web pages not processing, but downloading

    sounds like mod_php5 is disabled somehow

    try


    sudo a2enmod php5
    sudo service apache2 restart

    Then try to access the pages again
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    [ubuntu] Re: rsync

    What do you want to backup to?
    Internet, USB disk, Tape drive, another computer somewhere, etc.


    Do you just need backups for DR purposes, or is there a possibility that you will frequently need...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Num lock not working properly

    In my case turning off the menu option didn't fix it.

    I had to hit Shift + Num Lock to turn it off.

    What a ridiculous "feature."
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    [other] Re: VMs over RAIDed CPUs?

    OP the aggregation you are talking about is effectively Single System Image.
    SGI's Altix 4700 does SSI.

    The redundancy part, I don't know. X86 theoretically does NUMA hotplug but I have not seen...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Basic File/HD management issue

    Baobab

    Under Applications->Accessories->Disk Usage Analyzer
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    [ubuntu] Re: Basic File/HD management issue

    cd /
    du -x -m --max-depth=2|sort -n

    This will tell you the disk usage of your root disk, summarized to two folders deep, in MB, and sorted.
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    [all variants] Re: Network Server Monitoring opinions

    There are a couple of approaches here.

    A system like Monit can monitor for flaggable problems, like low drive space, processes dying, log file monitoring, etc.

    Collectd can keep performance...
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    [lubuntu] Re: using rsync for backups

    My main beef against tar is that it's a big binary blob and it cannot easily be deduplicated.

    If I were using tapes I might have a different perspective... but I'm doing disk<->disk at home and at...
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    [lubuntu] Re: using rsync for backups

    tar xvf backup.20101120.tar path/to/wordfile.doc

    works great
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    [lubuntu] Re: using rsync for backups

    Most people who can afford SANs can afford the single mode fiber offsite for another, offsite SAN :)
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    [lubuntu] Re: using rsync for backups

    David this is one of the areas that kickstarts, preseeds and configuration management(ie puppet/cfengine/chef/bcfg2) excel in.

    I can provision and install an OS on bare metal in 10 minutes with...
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    [lubuntu] Re: SFTP Chroot

    The beauty of his solution is that it's secure and he's happy with it.
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    [ubuntu] Re: kill processes with name=x && %mem>y

    If you're on a Solaris box and you type


    It will kill everything on the machine. Solaris' killall doesn't accept processname arguments.
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    [lubuntu] Re: SFTP Chroot

    From a security standpoint, that is a horrible idea.

    https://rhn.redhat.com/errata/RHSA-2010-0697.html
    ^^^Seems like there's something on the order of that every 3 months.
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    [lubuntu] Re: SFTP Chroot

    I guess things have gotten better since the last time I implemented a chroot'ed SSH server.




    You're assuming that the users are inside his building.
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    [ubuntu] Re: kill processes with name=x && %mem>y

    I would not advise becoming accustomed to using `killall`, as it has drastically different behaviors on other *nix platforms.

    pkill is much preferred.
  21. [ubuntu] Re: Setting up office with 1 server 1 remote and 1 local client...

    It's still in kdm in 10.04

    OP you could also run things through ssh +X forwarding
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    [ubuntu] Re: kill processes with name=x && %mem>y

    Now that you've started down the dark side, get a book on Awk ;)
  23. [ubuntu] Re: Setting up office with 1 server 1 remote and 1 local client...

    There should be an option in the remote computer's GDM screen.
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    [lubuntu] Re: SFTP Chroot

    IIRC they need a valid shell to sftp

    You can set rssh to only allow the sftp command.
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Setting up office with 1 server 1 remote and 1 local client...

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1471703
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