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    [ubuntu] Re: Huge .xsession-errors

    Yea I have been rebooting whenever this happens. It is totally random so I have no idea what causes it. Thanks for the tip, I've already tried the chattr command so we'll see if it works.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Huge .xsession-errors

    will the chattr command work if I already rm'd the file and created a new blank one? I also redirected the error output to /dev/null yet I'm still getting a full hard drive, and lsof returns this:
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    [ubuntu] Re: Disappearing HD space...?

    This sounds like a sound plan of attack. Thanks for the lsof tip; I'll report back in a few weeks when it happens again!

    edit: yea I'm running a LAMP + Mumble server on this machine
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    [ubuntu] Re: Disappearing HD space...?

    It's not gradual, it's sudden and seemingly random. If you look at the second screenshot I posted /tmp is only 52K.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Disappearing HD space...?

    No I understand what you mean; my response meant that Baobab shows the same results as if I were using 'du -h', it all totals to ~44GB. No idea where the suddenly appearing 16GB comes from...or...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Disappearing HD space...?

    I've used baobab and gksudo baobab - both return the same results as du
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    [ubuntu] Disappearing HD space...?

    Hi everyone,

    I'm running a file/web server using Ubuntu 12.04 64bit. This issue doesn't seem like it has anything to do with the server portion of my server so I'm posting it here.

    The quick...
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    [ubuntu] Re: sudden Forbidden errors - apache2

    All of the home directory permissions were fine. I had to move my folders out of my home directory and things started working again. Still baffles me why it would just stop out of no where.
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    [ubuntu] Re: sudden Forbidden errors - apache2

    Would those just disappear without any changes on my side? Last time I checked all of those were present. Again I'll double check in a few hours when I get home - but again, everything worked 100%...
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    [ubuntu] Re: sudden Forbidden errors - apache2

    I'll double check the permissions when I get home, but it doesn't make sense that it worked perfectly for 2 weeks then suddenly stopped without changing a thing. Would there be any reasoning for...
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    [ubuntu] sudden Forbidden errors - apache2

    Hey guys,

    I'm having a serious problem with my apache 2.2.22 server on Ubuntu 12.04 x64. I recently reinstalled my entire server (LAMP) and everything was working perfect (for roughly 2 weeks)...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Apache update broke my web server

    The thing is, I didn't change any permissions =( I checked those directories and they are good. I think im going to try and reinstall apache and if that doesn't work just start from scratch. ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Apache update broke my web server

    Thanks for the replies guys. As a test I simply copied the default website and only changed the directories and port (my ISP blocks 80). My site file looks as follows:


    which inside of that...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Apache update broke my web server

    I can get the webserver to work in /var/www, so does that mean that the owner of my site files HAS to be root as is the case for /var/www? Is this a recent change? And how can I link to my files...
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    [ubuntu] Apache update broke my web server

    Hi everyone,

    I recently did an apache2 update (now running 2.2.22) and my web-server stopped being accessible. I can still access phpmyadmin, and my mumble-django setup - but my acutal website...
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    VERY slow SMB performance in Win7

    Hi everyone,

    I've done a lot of searching but have been unable to find an actual answer to my question. I basically have a 12.04x64 file server sharing folders via samba over a gigabit wired...
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    [ubuntu] Re: mumble server not starting automatically

    This worked beautifully thanks!!
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    [ubuntu] restart service at startup

    What would be the best way to go about restarting a service when my server is restarted? I'm having issues with mumble-server on 12.04x64 starting with the computer (see this thread for details). I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: restart service at startup

    ok I wasn't sure where to put it. thanks!
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    [ubuntu] restart service at startup

    What would be the best way to go about restarting a service when my server is restarted? I'm having issues with mumble-server on 12.04x64 starting with the computer (see this thread for details). ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: mumble server not starting automatically

    anyone have any ideas on this one?
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    [SOLVED] Re: MDADM Booting Issues

    this just fixed all of my problems, thanks! could you tell me a bit more about what it does?
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    [ubuntu] Re: mumble server not starting automatically

    I cleared the log file, rebooted, and this is all that was in there:


    <W>2012-05-07 23:47:16.120 Initializing settings from /etc/mumble-server.ini (basepath /etc)
    <W>2012-05-07 23:47:16.121...
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    [ubuntu] mumble server not starting automatically

    My Ubuntu 10.04 server's HDD finally died on me...so I'm upgrading the beast to 12.04 x64. I got everything up and going, but now mumble-server is not starting on bootup. I have to 'sudo...
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    [ubuntu] Re: samba shares not seen after setting up AFP

    The readyshare is just my router - not used. The share on NEWTON called Main is the share that should not require authentication - but does since installing AFP.


    I can connect to all samba...
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