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    [ubuntu] One way nfs slow performance

    I have computers that run SABnzbd+, SickBeard, and CouchPotatoServer (with different usenet providers). When these computers complete downloads they move the files from local storage to a Popcorn...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Cant upgrade Virtualbox on Ubuntu 14.04.1

    Thanks Slim. That is what I was thinking but what about all of the settings that were changed in the virtualbox settings like the number of processors to use, network settings being changed to...
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    [ubuntu] Cant upgrade Virtualbox on Ubuntu 14.04.1

    I have Ubuntu 14.04.1 running Virtualbox 4.3.10-dfsg-1 that was installed from the repos. I have started having problems with one of my vms (Utopic) and noticed that the current version of...
  4. Re: Is there a way to install Ubuntu without formattting the drive?

    Well, I talked myself into not being a cry baby about all of this so I backed up everything I needed to backup and just did an install of Ubuntu 14.04.1 using the installation option to replace Mint....
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    3rdalbum - that sounds a lot more like what I was looking for. That will take care of most of the stuff, but that still leaves the two major applications and a couple of utilities that are not in...
  6. Re: Is there a way to install Ubuntu without formattting the drive?

    I have my main machine set up that way, but the machine in question is a backup with only a single drive and single partition (not counting swap). At least it WAS a backup. It was initially set up...
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    I don't think that would help much. It would probably take me longer to get the software, learn how to use it, and then actually do it than to just install Ubuntu. But the applications, databases...
  8. Is there a way to install Ubuntu without formattting the drive?

    I currently have three computers running linux, two are Ubuntu and one is Mint 16. I would like to switch the Mint machine to Ubuntu just so they will all be the same. But I don't want to have to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: VERY slow file copy over network with 14.04

    OK, so I HAVEN'T isolated this. I bought a new gigabit switch and it did nothing at all to help the problem. Now I'm at a loss.

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    [ubuntu] Re: VERY slow file copy over network with 14.04

    Well crapiola pudding. I have isolated the failing component to the newest piece of equipment in my entire network. My Netgear gigabit switch. I isolated the old computer and the PCH onto a...
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    [all variants] Re: Just how reliable is the linux memtest?

    HiImTye - Hello again. I thought about replacing the memory, but I have to keep in mind that this is a backup machine to my backup machine. I don't think it would be practical to spend the money...
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    [all variants] Just how reliable is the linux memtest?

    I have a machine that I have recently upgraded from Ubuntu 13.10 to 14.04 and very shortly (if not immediately) after that I have started having issues with the machine freezing. I ran memtest for...
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    [ubuntu] Re: System unstable, segfaults and freezing

    I also have a computer that I upgraded from Ubuntu 13.10 to 14.04, and I have also started having problems with the machine freezing. It doesn't sound like my problem is quite as bad as yours, but...
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    [ubuntu] Re: VERY slow file copy over network with 14.04

    HiImTye -

    twoblues@Stealth:~$ sudo iptables -L
    Chain INPUT (policy ACCEPT)
    target prot opt source destination

    Chain FORWARD (policy ACCEPT)
    target prot opt...
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    [ubuntu] Re: VERY slow file copy over network with 14.04

    HiImTye - The originating end were both Ubuntu 14.04, but the receiving end was a PopcornHour A-210 which is based on linux, but an older kernel. It is a very stripped down version and is missing...
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    [ubuntu] Re: VERY slow file copy over network with 14.04

    Sorry it took so long to respond, but you know how it is. Crap haps. The machine in question started giving me problems in that it just occassionally locks up tighter than ****'s hatband, and that...
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    [ubuntu] Re: VERY slow file copy over network with 14.04

    Thanks Varun. I'll see about doing all of this later this evening or I might have to wait until tomorrow.

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    [ubuntu] VERY slow file copy over network with 14.04

    I have a computer that does practically nothing else but run SABnzbd+/SickBeard/CouchPotato. It has been working great for a long time now, over a year for sure. A couple of weeks ago I upgraded...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Can't get Grub menu

    Oldfred - I had to add a countdown timer "GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT_QUIET=false" along with GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT=10 and then update-grub one more time. With that, I can press Esc when I see the timer and...
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    [SOLVED] Can't get Grub menu

    I have recently done a fresh install of Ubuntu 14.04 and it is working "as advertised", EXCEPT for the trash. As I said, this is a fresh install with no dual boot, but the /home directory has been...
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    Re: Things that you dislike in Ubuntu

    For me, there isn't really anything I HATE about Unity, but there are a few things I dislike. There was one thing I did hate about it and that was the inability to have the application menu attached...
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    [SOLVED] Re: nfs problem with relocated /home

    WOOHOO! I just got it figured out. My /etc/exports on Stealth was not correct after all. In the options I had specified fsid=0 instead of fsid=uuid. As soon as I put in the proper 32 bit uuid...
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    [SOLVED] Re: nfs problem with relocated /home

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    I don't use fstab between the three linux machines because it causes problems, or at least caused problems in the past. One of these problems is a shutdown problem. If all three...
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    [SOLVED] Re: nfs problem with relocated /home

    jamesisin - the fstab entry on the linux machines are identical. Like this:
    "Popcorn:/share /media/Popcorn nfs rw,sync,rsize=32768,wsize=32768,vers=3,intr,user,_netdev,exec 0 0"

    As for...
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    [SOLVED] Re: nfs problem with relocated /home

    jamesisin -

    No, only the /home directory for Stealth itself is relocated to the second disk. All of the other machines have their own "normal" local /home.

    All machines do have static ip...
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