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    [SOLVED] Re: Newbies guide to install LAMP on Ubuntu

    Hi everyone, today I'm installing Ubuntu 11.04, and I shall post whether this same guide hold good or not.
  2. [SOLVED] This is just an update about hardware support in Ubuntu 10.4.2.

    This is just an update about hardware support in Ubuntu 10.4.2.
    1. I have Creative XFi Extreme Gamer card, and it is fully supported.
    2. I have Epson Stylus C87 Plus, and it is fully supported.
    3....
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Please help me to setup SSL on my Ubuntu

    Hi members, since I found nobody to help I have decided to take this approach, to drop Ubuntu 10.4.2 altogether and adopt Ubuntu 11.04, will get back to this thread when I'm done.
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    [SOLVED] Newbies guide to install LAMP on Ubuntu

    Newbies guide to install LAMP on Ubuntu

    Cover Ubuntu 10.4.2 LTS, can also be applied to lower or higher version of Ubuntu

    The guide is intended to help those who have very little knowledge of...
  5. [ubuntu] Please help me to setup SSL on my Ubuntu

    Hi community members, I'm running Ubuntu 10.4.2 and I have setup SSL on my computer by following this guide, now I have this problem.

    When I issue this command: sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
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  6. [ubuntu] Advice needed on hosting my me@mydomain.com

    Respected Community Members, I'm posting this question on Ubuntu Forum for only one reason, Ubuntu forum consist of helpful Linux guru who have attained Linux nirvana, and it is always wise to follow...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: How to change files permission with single command

    Respected Morbius1, a huge thanks for helping me:):). It worked like charm:):). Thanks once again for your kind help.
  8. [ubuntu] Re: How to change files permission with single command

    Respected members, thanks a lot for reply. Comrades the command "sudo chmod -R 0777 /var/www/cms" changes the permission of both directory and files that reside in it, what I wanted to achieve is...
  9. [ubuntu] Re: How to change files permission with single command

    Respected Habitual, cjhabs, and Morbius1, thanks a lot for the reply, I found this command here https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FilePermissions, now I will try "sudo chmod -R 0777 /var/www/cms"
  10. [ubuntu] How to change files permission with single command

    Respected community members, while experimenting with various PHP CMS on my local-host I need to "chmod" the large quantity of directories and files with single command, to achieve this I use the...
  11. [SOLVED] Re: Important! How to find bad hosting company.

    Respected perspectoff, thanks for the reply :) I really very much appreciate your reply on the issue :) I completely agree with your view. If you can throw some light to good material on how to set...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: Problem setting file permission in Ubuntu 10.4

    Respected vanadium, thanks a lot. I really appreciate your kind help. Will fallow your tips :) :)
  13. [SOLVED] Important! How to find bad hosting company.

    Recently I was surfing CS Cart forum and found very interesting thread by Lee Li Pop, since it might help be help to some I'm posting it here. Please note that all credit must go to Lee Li Pop member...
  14. [ubuntu] Problem setting file permission in Ubuntu 10.4

    Respected community members, I'm facing unique problem with my Ubuntu 10.4 installation. After recent update of Ubuntu I'm not able to change the file permission of other user file from my Default...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: Note able to change 'User Account' password!

    Respected matt_symes, thanks a lot for the idea, will try it. Mean while I post this thread as an update.
    Respected community members, at last I solved my problem (off-course by accidentally)....
  16. [ubuntu] Re: Not able to change 'User Account' password!

    I reinstalled 'sudo' and its additional package but of no use, please any one with any solution.
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Not able to change 'User Account' password!

    Respected Members, just few updates to my post.
    The password entered in GUI and Terminal were same and different than my existing password so no mistake on my part.
    I tried "sudo dpkg-reconfigure...
  18. [ubuntu] Not able to change 'User Account' password!

    Respected Community Members, I searched on Google about this problem but in vain, so I'm posting this on forum. I'm using Ubuntu 10.4 version, and I keep my installation upto date. Recently I'm...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: MySQL service is running even after disabling it.

    Thanks a lot sisco311, I go through above guide line on "upstart", indeed this thread will help many like me.
  20. [ubuntu] Re: MySQL service is running even after disabling it.

    Thank you very much ajgreeny, your suggestion really worked. I edited /etc/rc.local and added following line "service mysql stop" just before "exit 0" and rebooted my laptop and "sudo netstat -tap...
  21. [ubuntu] MySQL service is running even after disabling it.

    Hello community brothers/sisters:), I'm facing unique problem. I have installed AMP on my laptop to learn PHP, but after going through introduction chapter of PHP it came to my knowledge that I have...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Whether password protecting 'chmod, chown and chgrp' is possible?

    Sorry post repeated!!!
  23. [ubuntu] Re: Whether password protecting 'chmod, chown and chgrp' is possible?

    Respected ajgreeny, rookcifer, bodhi.zazen, many thanks for the thread. I really feel very thankful to Almighty himself because he gave an wonderful opportunity to interact with such a good...
  24. [ubuntu] Whether password protecting 'chmod, chown and chgrp' is possible?

    Respected Ubuntu Community Members, Kindly bear with me, I just have a really another wired question. Previously I asked whether we can set separate Password for 'sudo' and 'User Account' after much...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: How to set sepetate password for 'sudo' and regular 'user account'?

    Many many thanks handy, I really appreciate your help. Yesterday I went through your post, when you first mentioned IPCop I thought it was IP table configuring software or an additional firewall, but...
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