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    [SOLVED] Re: Boot Order: OpenVSwitch Prior to QEMU/KVM

    It's a good guess, but I don't think it'll work because KVM is started by its /etc/init script, not the scripts found in /etc/init.d. Yes, upstart is great for... um.. hm. I'm not sure, actually....
  2. [server] Ubuntu 14.04 Boot - Display/Keyboard Issue

    Hey folks -

    I'd opened a thread about the console locking up during 14.04 Server's boot, thinking it had something to do with plymouth. I've since closed that thread because it has nothing to do...
  3. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 14.04 Boot - plymouth-upstart-bridge Issue

    Marking this as "solved" because it turns out my problem has nothing to do with plymouth. See a follow-up thread I'm going to make.
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    [SOLVED] Boot Order: OpenVSwitch Prior to QEMU/KVM

    Hey folks -

    I'm at a bit of a loss here. My Ubuntu server is running KVM with several VMs. I'm also making use of OpenVSwitch for the VMs' networking. The challenge that I'm running into is the...
  5. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 14.04 Boot - plymouth-upstart-bridge Issue

    Thanks for the suggestion, but unfortunately it didn't work. My Mac's console still froze up solid after the swap space was enabled. The PC server sitting next to it did the same thing. No joy. :-(
  6. Re: Is running fsck -fy on OSX disk from Linux safe?

    If this Mac has a DVD drive, then you have all you need. Pop the DVD in, hold the C key while the Mac is booting, and it should boot off of the DVD. Follow the previous instructions from there, but...
  7. Re: Is running fsck -fy on OSX disk from Linux safe?

    No good is going to come from running Linux's fsck on a BSD-style filesystem. Remember that the first two letters of fsck, fs, mean file system. Not disk. Berserkley's journaled filesystem isn't...
  8. Sticky:Poll: Re: Share with us your Trusty (14.04) Upgrade & Installation Experiences

    Fresh installs on two machines: a Mac Pro 5,1 tower, and a home-built PC. Both are running the server distribution.

    Most everything went smoothly except with the Mac on reboots. As I outlined in...
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    Poll: Re: What kind of computer do you use?- Super Thread

    It says in your post/signature that you're a photog. If that's true, I'm not really sure how beneficial a new Mac Pro would be just yet. Photoshop can take advantage of GPGPU processing for certain...
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    Re: KVM Bridge issues, no connection

    OK, I see you corrected some of the post. What about the broadcast setting on the br0 interface? Is it 192.168.0 or 192.168.1?
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    Re: KVM Bridge issues, no connection

    It would seem that these lines:



    indicate your network should never work. You've set the default route (gateway) to an address on a different subnet.
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    Sticky: Re: Welcome to the Forums - Introduce yourself here

    Hi gang -

    I just joined the forums recently and figured I'd introduce myself. An old Dilbert cartoon from the summer of '95 pretty much sums me up, sans the beard and suspenders:
    ...
  13. Re: Virtualisation - experience of KVM vs Virtualbox using Command Line

    It depends on how many disks you want to install in your server; I'm a fan of having as many as I can because, let's face it: spinning disks are basically free again. But, that's just my opinion. ...
  14. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 14.04 Boot - plymouth-upstart-bridge Issue

    It's in the /etc/defaults/grub file.



    # Uncomment to disable graphical terminal (grub-pc only)
    #GRUB_TERMINAL=console


    Uncommenting that line and re-running update-grub afterwards should...
  15. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 14.04 Boot - plymouth-upstart-bridge Issue

    As it turns out, my machine was booting just fine too. There was another error happening that was confusing me: right after the swap space is enabled, the kernel seems to be kicking over to...
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    Poll: Re: What kind of computer do you use?- Super Thread

    Here are the machines in my home that I interface with/sit in front of most often:


    Mac Pro 6,1 (yeah, the cylinder thing)

    3GHz 8-core
    64G RAM
    dual D700 video cards
    external...
  17. Re: Howto Public IPV6 routing to Docker/LXC containers

    Running the command
    ip6tables -L
    will list any iptables set up for IPv6 specifically. I wouldn't necessarily post the output of that command to the forums were I you, but that's just the security...
  18. Re: Howto Public IPV6 routing to Docker/LXC containers

    OK. What if you traceroute6 to your VM from an external source? Does it end at the Linux server's interface? When I do it from my house it never gets that far. When I traceroute6 to your Linux...
  19. [SOLVED] Ubuntu 14.04 Boot - plymouth-upstart-bridge Issue

    Hey folks -

    I'm somewhat new to the Ubuntu world, but no stranger to Linux (using it since '92). My newest install is the server version of 14.04, and upon booting, init spams this to the...
  20. Re: Howto Public IPV6 routing to Docker/LXC containers

    What about:


    ping6 www.google.com

    Basically I'm just verifying that your external IPv6 is all in order. It doesn't seem like it from what I can see, but if you can ping GOOG's IPv6 addresses,...
  21. Re: Howto Public IPV6 routing to Docker/LXC containers

    OK. Your Linux box still needs an IPv6 default route, and I don't see one in the previous post. What's


    netstat -nr -A inet6 | grep ::/0

    return?



    You need radvd to be running on any...
  22. Re: Howto Public IPV6 routing to Docker/LXC containers

    Hm. Where did you get this IPv6 address from: 2600:3c01::f03c:91ff:fe6e:2563 ? Is that something your provider told you to put on your machine? Or is that their side of the IPv6 connection? If...
  23. Re: Virtualisation - experience of KVM vs Virtualbox using Command Line

    Were I in your shoes, I'd reconsider this approach slightly. Mainly: I'd get rid of the file server from the mix. You really want file servers to be their own devices versus a VM from a performance...
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