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    [ubuntu] Re: Samba and "No space left on the device"

    Any idea??
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    [ubuntu] Re: Samba and "No space left on the device"

    Samba version 3.0.36
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    [ubuntu] Re: Samba and "No space left on the device"

    No I don't have partition assigned to /home. And I had the samba server at the past using Slack 10 and had no problem on large files...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Samba and "No space left on the device"

    It's a 500GB disk that has 350GB free space...And I am not talking about a local filesystem...It's remote via samba...
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    [ubuntu] Samba and "No space left on the device"

    Hi all...I am really confused and even though I googled it many times, I still need your help on that...

    I am using Ubuntu 9.04 64-bit version. Everything works sooo great...I only have 1 issue: I...
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    Re: Mount samba shares with utf8 encoding using cifs

    I have to inform you that I found out what was the problem:

    There is a bug in Samba that only appears on mount shares on Unix system (that's what I found at Internet) and you can just fix it by...
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    Re: Mount samba shares with utf8 encoding using cifs

    Hello all,

    First of all gratz for the great guide. I have an issue on mount using cifs:

    When I mount the shared folder, I have full read-write perm. But when i create a subfolder for example,...
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    Re: Howto: Lineage 2 - C6 in Ubuntu 7.10

    Hi guys,

    I am trying to run Linux through Ubuntu 8.04. I am using Wine 1.1.22 and also I have Nvidia card. It gets me to login prompt but then a small box comes up (without any text) and i can...
  9. [all variants] Re: How to enable / disable wireless interface (And of course disable the card as wel

    That option doesn't actually turns wireless card off, i think it just doesn't consider Wlan card as inactive, but i see that led in wlan card is on...Am i right?

    P.S.: Thanx for the answers guys...
  10. [all variants] Re: How to enable / disable wireless interface (And of course disable the card as wel

    Thanx for your quick reply... But i would like something "easier", because the computer is not gonna be used by people who gonna be experienced enough to use the console...
  11. [all variants] How to enable / disable wireless interface (And of course disable the card as well)

    Hi all,

    I recently got a new PCI card for wireless network. My only problem is that i cannot see how can i disable (to be exact to "turn off" the card and renable when i need so. I don't want my...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: sshd + /etc/hosts.allow - deny +tcpwrapper failure :(

    :D

    Solved!!!
    I got my 2 hosts files as you mentioned and now it works!!

    :popcorn:

    Thanx sooooooo much everyone for your help! Thanx!!!!

    :guitar:
  13. [ubuntu] Re: sshd + /etc/hosts.allow - deny +tcpwrapper failure :(

    /etc/hosts.deny

    ALL : ALL

    /etc/hosts.allow

    empty

    I restarted the ssh service and nothing changed..I can still ssh my pc from a remote pc.... :(
  14. [ubuntu] Re: sshd + /etc/hosts.allow - deny +tcpwrapper failure :(

    I have a PC that i want to connect from... I changed it as you mentioned and nothing! I can still connect from other computer too!
    Just to let you know I have allow file empty ( i allow nothing...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: sshd + /etc/hosts.allow - deny +tcpwrapper failure :(

    I reinstalled these progs just in case a file or something was damaged.

    Anyway,

    /etc/hosts.deny:
    ALL : PARANOID

    /etc/hosts.allow:
    sshd: IP/255.255.255.255 : allow
  16. [ubuntu] Re: sshd + /etc/hosts.allow - deny +tcpwrapper failure :(

    Just to inform you, I tried reinstalling openssh server and tcpwrappers...Nothing changed :(
  17. [ubuntu] sshd + /etc/hosts.allow - deny +tcpwrapper failure :(

    Hi everyone and keep up the good work.

    I am using ubuntu for sometime now. I have an issue with openssh server and tcpwrapper. sshd is not affected by /etc/hosts.allow\deny.

    -sshd is configured...
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    Re: Ubuntu Development Help

    Sorry,you mean to start writing code from scratch and create a new OS ?
  19. Re: How many of have been running Gutsy without any problems?

    Ubuntu 7.10 with no problem at all here...
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