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  1. Re: Ubuntu Remix 10.04: Suspend never recovers

    Ok, set lid_battery to "hibernate" (no quotes) and shut lid. Waited a good 45 seconds, did not seem to be hiberating so I opened it up again and it said, "Computer failed to Suspend: Could not...
  2. Re: Ubuntu Remix 10.04: Suspend never recovers

    I found the Power Management settings, it's just that Hibernate is not an option in the drop-down: only Suspend, Shutdown, and Blank Screen.
  3. Ubuntu Remix 10.04: Suspend never recovers

    Have an LG x110 netbook that I've put Ubuntu 10.04 Netbook Remix on. Works fine, except that 'Suspend' (whether closing the lid or choosing it from the shutdown options) never resumes correctly: I...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu 10.04.1 LTS and rsyslog: ActionExecOnlyOnceEveryInterval not working

    Vishal Agarwal:

    This has no impact on Postfix (the mail server that comes with Ubuntu 10.04) for sending and receiving mails; that works fine.

    My issue was regarding the ommail module in...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu 10.04.1 LTS and rsyslog: ActionExecOnlyOnceEveryInterval not working

    I just grabbed the latest .deb from the Debian repository and installed it instead. No idea why 10.04.1 LTS is running 4.2 (as the default syslog even!) when there's been newer, more stable releases...
  6. [ubuntu] ubuntu 10.04.1 LTS and rsyslog: ActionExecOnlyOnceEveryInterval not working

    ubuntu 10.04.1 shipped with rsyslog 4.2.0, looks like the latest stable is 4.6.3 and from the changelog, it sounds like the $ActionExecOnlyOnceEveryInterval variable was fixed in 4.4.3 (that was...
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    [ubuntu] Re: aufs root filesystem

    Ok as a test (and after looking at /proc/mounts a bit more carefully), I ran remountrw and touched a file in /ro/home/gravyface, remountro'ed, and rebooted and the file was present in...
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    [ubuntu] Re: aufs root filesystem

    I'm having the same issue: remountrw appears to "work" although no changes are committed after a reboot.

    cat /proc/mounts (before remountrw):


    rootfs / rootfs rw 0 0
    none /sys sysfs...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Killed my grub2 menu

    Thanks for that oldfred, but wow, GRUB2: over-engineer much?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Killed my grub2 menu

    Ok, I moved up my 40_custom lines (the original 10_linux generated lines) to right after the 0_header lines and it boots now.

    I've since edited the grub.cfg again and added my aufs=tmpfs arguments...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Killed my grub2 menu

    Hmm, i removed all my changes from grub.cfg (doing the CF mount from another server as I don't have a CD drive; will make a USB livecd again if I have to) so it now looks identical (or so I think) to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Killed my grub2 menu

    I just mounted the drive (it's a CF card on a CF2Sata enclosure) in my other working server and am reversing my execute/40_custom changes.

    Any idea what's wrong?
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    [ubuntu] Killed my grub2 menu

    So, Googling around, trying to figure out how to use the "superior" GRUB2, and hosed my GRUB menu; only thing that's loading is the memtest. Here's what I did:

    chmod -x /etc/grub.d/10_linux (<--...
  14. [ubuntu] Re: rsync: backup different mount points/directories?

    Yes, I know I can do that, but that makes it harder to script/maintain; I want to allow others to add directories to the rules file without having to modify the backup script.
  15. [ubuntu] rsync: backup different mount points/directories?

    Trying to automate backup of the following mounts/directories to a usb drive (/mnt/usbbackup); here's what's in my include file:

    + /home/gravyface/www/*
    + /mnt/data1/music/*
    +...
  16. [ubuntu] Re: "ALERT! /dev/disk/by-uuid/does not exist" error after upgrading

    Resolved. Used the Live CD and it had detected the drive and gave me the option on the desktop GUI to mount it (not sure why I couldn't with Damn Small Linux). Had to change the root path in the...
  17. [ubuntu] "ALERT! /dev/disk/by-uuid/does not exist" error after upgrading

    Hello,

    Found several posts on this subject but not getting anywhere.

    I grabbed Damn Small Linux and can boot into DSL fine, but can't seem to find my hdd.
    I'm pretty sure it's /dev/sda1, but...
  18. [kubuntu] Re: [SOLVED] ALERT! /dev/disk/by-uuid/xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xx$ does not exist

    Hopefully somebody can assist me here. I've attempted the recommendations in this thread but had Damn Small Linux lying around, so used it instead. Booting into DSL is fine, but can't seem to find...
  19. [ubuntu] Samba permissions between two Linux machines

    Hello,

    I have two Linux machines: one's called "filebox01" running Debian Sarge (I know, I know) and the other is my webdev server running Feisty called "webdev01".

    On filebox01, I have a Samba...
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