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    [ubuntu] Re: Trouble Installing Multicraft

    Perhaps these two instructions are in the wrong order:


    Try starting the Multicraft daemon and then accessing the control panel through your browser.
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    [other] Re: Cron & rsync help needed!

    Suggest a good place to start would be to look in the cron log (/var/log/cron.log). I once had something similar and it was as simple as I was running the cron job as the "wrong" user which didn't...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Distributed file system?

    GlusterFS looks to like it is free: http://www.gluster.org/category/ubuntu/
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    [ubuntu] Re: Distributed file system?

    Sounds like you are looking for a clustered filesystem. Take a look at GPFS https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SettingUpGPFSHowTo
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    [ubuntu] Re: Distributed file system?

    Not sure if it is entirely what you are looking for but if you want the space at a particular location could you use "mount --bind"?

    Consider the following drives:
    Filesystem Size ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Samba server not working after update

    Is your system fully up to date now? A quick google on your error brings up and old bug from 2 years ago but that shouldn't be an issue now I wouldn't think. It may also be useful to post your log...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Samba & /var/www permissions

    The www-data user (or user under which your HTTP server is running) only needs to have read permissions on a file to display it. So, 760 (test_from_windows.html) should be fine.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Make terminal window more pretty

    It sounds you might be in another type of shell. From the terminal submit


    :~$ bash

    If that fixes it you can change the default shell to bash. Run the following command to get the location of...
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Cron job is sending mail to *wrong* email address.

    Have you tried creating an alias for that user in /etc/aliases?


    andre : andre***@gmail.com

    You will need to run the following command after making any changes to /etc/aliases:


    sudo...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Fx29Shell attack

    Agree with this, and kind of regretted it as soon as I did it. I was just a bit panicked and was being rash. I knew that it would limit what I was able to do and how much help I was able to retreive...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Fx29Shell attack

    Oh, that's rubbish. I was hoping that wasn't going to come. A bit of an update, the full scan finished and only found 1 infected file which was some dodgey .exe that I was keeping in a backup folder...
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    [ubuntu] Fx29Shell attack

    Hi All,

    Just wanted to ask you all for some advice about what to do about something that I noticed this morning. When checking my emails this morning I noticed that I had 20 or so permanent...
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    Ubuntu forums looks weird...

    ...in Google Chrome on Windows 7? Does anyone else get this?

    All the fonts look odd and it looks really.... bitty.

    It works fine in IE on the same machine and works fine in Chrome and Safari...
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    [xubuntu] Re: MYSQL Server resets my password?

    Perchance is it the "root" account and is the box visible from the net?
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    [xubuntu] Re: MYSQL Server resets my password?

    Sounds like there is something/someone trying an old or incorrect password and is locking your account. Is it just a particular account or for more than one?
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    [ubuntu] Re: how to edit uuid harddrive read only?

    Is this as part of a dual boot? If so, you could disable auto mount for those drives (remove the entry from fstab) or just unmount them with umount:

    List file systems currently mounted:
    NOTE:...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Problem running steam

    Yeah, that might explain it as steam seems to be looking for something that isn't there.

    When I compared your output with mine these are what I had and you didn't:


    > xfonts-75dpi ...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Problem running steam

    Comparing yours with mine I can see one obvious difference although I don't run steam so don't know if it is the cause of the problem. You could try installing the 75dpi fonts:


    sudo apt-get...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Problem running steam

    Hmmm - it definately looks to be a problem with the fonts. Can you run the following and post the output:


    dpkg --get-selections | grep font
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    [SOLVED] Re: Problem running steam

    They probably are but you could make sure that xfonts are installed to the newest version:


    sudo apt-get install xfonts-100dpi
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    [ubuntu] Re: Setting up for sending out mail

    Hey I use a program called SSMTP which is availble in the repos. This allows me to send mail from my Ubuntu server via my gmail account.

    This is a pretty good tutorial on how to set it up.
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    [SOLVED] Re: sed -i problems

    Ah ha! Genius - that was exactly the problem. To get round it I just stuck a little condition in to add another line fist:


    if [[ $x -ge $y ]] ; then
    sed -i '$ a\ ' $CONF
    fi

    I had another...
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    [SOLVED] sed -i problems

    hi all,

    I have a script that I am running and part of it inserts some lines into a config file using sed:


    sed -i '19 i\ stuff to insert' ./config.yml

    This works on one of my ubuntu boxes...
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    [SOLVED] Re: getting a script to invoke gnome-terminal

    Try quoting the gnome-term command. If you have any other quotes within that then these need to be escaped:


    gnome-terminal -e "bash -c \"echo foo; echo bar; exec bash\""

    The exec bash at the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Remote fileserver access

    Agree with this - you can also use a package called denyhosts:


    sudo apt-get install denyhosts

    This scans your SSH logs to find brute-force attacks and then blocks the IPs they came from.
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