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    [ubuntu] Re: mysterious hard drive failures

    I've run the tests in disk utility (palimpsest) and gsmartcontrol on both drives and both passed. It does label quite a lot as 'old age' and 'pre fail', but it still passes so I don't think that...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Deluge 1.2.2 woes

    How did you install 1.2.2? I'm guessing you downloaded a single .deb file from somewhere?
    Anyway, I suggest you add the deluge ppa repository to your /etc/apt/sources.list
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    [all variants] Re: deluge /etc/init.d/ questions....

    I'm glad you solved it this way, but I did notice you must've skipped some parts of that guide you linked. If you follow it exactly I don't think you'll run into these problems.;)
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    [ubuntu] Re: Deluge 1.2.2 woes

    It may be a long shot, but are you sure the daemon is running?
    Also it might be worth checking the daemon's logs. I don't know if and where it logs by default but you can make it log like this.
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    [ubuntu] Re: mysterious hard drive failures

    I checked the disk utility tool (palimpsest) from the system menu. It reports both drives are okay, although it has relocated 4 bad sectors on sda (not the drive that failed in my opening post).
    I'm...
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    [ubuntu] mysterious hard drive failures

    hey all,
    I've been having some weird hard drive failures on my mythtv/torrent computer, running a normal 9.10 ubuntu install. Hopefully someone here can tell me what's going on with this thing. The...
  7. Re: Deluge (daemon) v 1.2.1 + webui + Flexget - headless on Ubuntu Server

    Thanks for re-posting this here, and of course thanks to the original author for producing it in the first place.
    The addition of flexget is particularly awesome :)
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    Re: SLI or CrossFire impact on HD Video for HTPC

    Just remembered this article showing how little hardware you really need for HD playback on linux. Show it to your friend if he needs some more convincing :)...
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    Re: SLI or CrossFire impact on HD Video for HTPC

    Adding a second card wouldn't make a difference regarding video playback. The only reason to even consider multi-gpu setups is if you're a serious gamer who wants to play everything at super high...
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