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  1. Thread: dpkg -i

    by RealPSL
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    [ubuntu] Re: dpkg -i

    What is the name of the file you downloaded. dpkg -i would work with a .pkg file. If you are trying to install outside without a package e.g. .tar.bz2 file there are instructions here...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Configuring DNS

    rndc is failing to connect. There should be an rndc.conf file that will help. If not you should be able to generate one with rndc-confgen. Take a look at the man pages for rndc.conf. If that does not...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Date set command from text file / Clock Drift

    Try
    date -s `cat /tmp/dateget.txt`. This runs the cat command first so that the date command can use it as input.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Need help with sysstat. . .

    Did you install the sysstat package with
    apt-get install sysstat? It will automatically start logging after that. You would then use the sar command e.g.
    sar -u sar01 would give you information...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: SSH won't connect to hostname but will to ip address (LAN)

    You might want to check what the fully qualified name for main really is. Meaning what IP address is that going to resolve to based on what you have defined in the /etc/resolv.conf. It seems like it...
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    [ubuntu] Re: "Startup Applications" looping my script

    If you installed using Synaptic or Apt then you should have a startup script for VNC server. In which case you should just enable it to start with System > Administration > Services
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    [ubuntu] Re: Sbackup not backing anything up

    You should post your /etc/sbackup.conf file. You should also check to make sure your target directory for the backup is not full.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Giving a user sudo permissions

    I keep thinking that entry should be
    %accesscontrol ALL=(ALL) /usr/bin/users-admin but I am a little rusty. Either way you can test this with sudo -l as the user to see exactly what he can run.
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    [ubuntu] Re: lost my harddrive

    Too bad your mother board does not support RAID. Have you checked out these instructions.

    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/SoftwareRAID
  10. Thread: system freezes

    by RealPSL
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    [ubuntu] Re: help

    DarinB,

    I would try putting your computer through some diagnostics. When you get weird problems like that and everyone else is not having them that is generally the best place to start. Here is a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: killed trash can icon

    DarinB,

    Where are you changing this? One option is to create a new user and login as that user and compare the difference between working and broken in the gconf-editor. I only see 2 entries...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How do I install java?

    Rigorous,

    If this is for your web browser (Firefox) you need to install sun-java6-plugin.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Firefox flash problems

    Are the ones that do not load always the same ones and if so can you provide an example link to one of them?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Set pidgin to default

    Unless you do Buddies > Quit from the menu or Control + Q Pidgin will continue running. Clicking the X to close just puts it in the notification area.
  15. [ubuntu] Re: ProFTPd - in standalone, want to switch to inetd.

    I am not sure I fully understand the reason you want to switch. However switching from standalone to inetd means that it would not run at startup but only when someone attempts to connect to ftp....
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    [ubuntu] Re: Bind9 zone transfer issue

    I agree with jbarnett. You have to watch out for apparmor especially if you start using non-standard directories which chroot requires. If you choose to at least temporarily disable apparmor to...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: help with multi-domain server running on non-standard port

    By default Ubuntu blocks access to all directories the web server can serve. In order for others to be granted access you must explicitly allow it. Try the below modification of your code stub....
  18. [ubuntu] Re: running ubuntu server in virtual box on a windows server

    By default Virtual Box uses a NAT configuration. If you enable "Host Interface" instead your VM will get an IP address from your DHCP server and serve up network requests just like any other server...
  19. Thread: XDMCP setup

    by RealPSL
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    [ubuntu] Re: XDMCP setup

    Since you are trying to connect with XDMCP we will assume that you have a GUI installed on your server. Assuming that GUI is GNome you can select System -> Administration -> Login Window. On the...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu server : services not autostarting on reboot

    From what you are saying it seems as if all the services start up manually without problems but do not start automatically when the system boots. I think the obvious question at this point is whether...
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    [all variants] Re: apache2 location & proxy

    What you need is a new virtual host. A combination of both the answers above should do it with a couple of additional steps.



    <Virtualhost *:80>
    ServerName myserver.example.org
    ...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu server : services not autostarting on reboot

    What happens if you run?
    sudo invoke-rc.d ssh start Does ssh actually start? Try running
    sudo update-rc.d ssh defaults Does that make ssh start on boot? update-rc.d is the correct way to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: auto-start vncserver - trouble with tutorial

    These settings are actually in the the file /etc/gdm/gdm.conf. However the changes should not be made in this file. The changes should be made to /etc/gdm/gdm.conf-custom. Identify the changes you...
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    [ubuntu] Re: rsync or sbackup?

    sbackup can take full backups and incremental backups (things changed since the last backup). I prefer sbackup because you can restore to any one of your backups. rsync is good to keep things insync...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Apache CGI configuration problem

    The problem is not the script or the permissions. The problem is suexec is very strict about where you can place files, who can own them and what permissions they can have. To me from what I have...
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