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    [all variants] Re: Update on fs-corrupting kernel bug?

    For what it's worth, I am also seeing the problem with 2.6.31.10 on Ext3. For some reason, it seems to manifest itself primarily with bzip2 when unzipping a large (>100MB) file.

    BTW, I am not...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Puppet Puppetmaster

    If you're following the Reductive Puppet Installation Guide, simply skip the "Install Puppet" step. Everything after that is topical, whether it be a tarball or Ubuntu deb installation. This is how...
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    [other] Re: minimum disk size for JeOS

    Don't forget to do a 'apt-get clean' to remove the package cache (/var/cache/apt). That will clear out 200+ MB.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu Server on Cray's CX1 Supercomputer

    Should work fine. It's regular Intel hardware. It will run RH 5.2 and Windows CCE, among others.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Which is the Better

    That is a good point... if the OP is a gamer.
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    [other] Re: Lightweight host os for virtualization ?

    How about the new, free ESXi? Can't get much smaller than that...

    Failing that, KVM is supposed to offer better performance than VMware Server but good luck with the network settings. I have had...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Which is the Better

    I think, as a whole, that Ubuntu has less overhead than Windows XP and is therefore a better choice to be the host OS.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Don't buy P45 chipset (especially Asus P5Q)

    This is more of an Intel issue, than ASUS since it's Intel's P45 chipset. I am surprised to hear it is incompatible, though.

    To the OP, which version of Ubuntu are you installing?
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    [ubuntu] Re: vmware or virtualbox

    You do not have to uninstall VMware if you don't want to... simply disable it so it doesn't start at boot-time and continue on with your VirtualBox installation.

    FWIW, I do not see any difference...
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    Re: Private Jet Etiquette

    Thanks, I'll file this away but somehow I do not believe I will ever need to refer to it again :D
  11. Re: Jeos: Canonical's virtualization-specific Ubuntu Linux

    You can do that now with "regular" Ubuntu... it's the desktop dependencies that I do not want to see in my server-based virtual appliance.



    This is something perhaps Ubuntu could do better...
  12. Re: Jeos: Canonical's virtualization-specific Ubuntu Linux

    I think you're misunderstanding what JeOS is all about... it's not a desktop operating system (hence X not being there). It is for server-based, purpose built "appliances" in virtual machines.
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  13. Re: Jeos: Canonical's virtualization-specific Ubuntu Linux

    I'm planning on creating a branch on LaunchPad as well, Neal.

    I am curious if anybody has done anything interesting with Ubuntu JeOS yet?
  14. Re: Jeos: Canonical's virtualization-specific Ubuntu Linux

    And ALSA is still in there...
  15. Re: Jeos: Canonical's virtualization-specific Ubuntu Linux

    After some tweaks for making VMware Server happy with the IDE disk geometry, it boots!

    The installed footprint is still >150MB :(

    This cannot be the JeOS that was demo'd at VMworld because ESX...
  16. Re: Jeos: Canonical's virtualization-specific Ubuntu Linux

    Ok, I wrote a script to generate a JeOS VM and got to the initramfs prompt like yourself... problem is missing "mptscsih" kernel module. The modules for JeOS appear to only include buslogic, so I...
  17. Re: Jeos: Canonical's virtualization-specific Ubuntu Linux

    I created an empty 32-bit VM in VMware Server x86_64 (running on Ubuntu 7.10 on a Core Duo 1.83Ghz something or other), booted from the ISO, and installed "JeOS".

    After rebooting the new JeOS VM,...
  18. Re: Jeos: Canonical's virtualization-specific Ubuntu Linux

    Did anybody get it to work? Installs fine, but hangs on boot...
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    I was hoping that this is something that may have been an option for the Ubuntu JeOS project, but so far, that has not been the case.

    We originally focused on Gentoo because it was possible to...
  20. Re: Need recommendations for virtualizing Win2k in Gutsy 64 bit

    The only applications that have issues with virtualization are those that require advanced CPU and/or graphic card features (ie. 3D acceleration). I've not used Money 2006 but I am a regular user of...
  21. Re: Jeos: Canonical's virtualization-specific Ubuntu Linux

    I will have to give that a try. Thanks for the headsup.



    My startup company has been building virtual appliances for almost 3 years now. We first started out doing work on Gentoo and uClibc...
  22. Re: Jeos: Canonical's virtualization-specific Ubuntu Linux

    The script contains references to packages that aren't available, so no, it doesn't work :)
  23. Re: Jeos: Canonical's virtualization-specific Ubuntu Linux

    What is your installation size down to after removing those?

    I used to build virtual appliances on Gentoo. My first appliance (incl. Lighttpd, PHP, Dropbear for SSH, and Busybox for most...
  24. Re: Jeos: Canonical's virtualization-specific Ubuntu Linux

    I didn't see anybody mention that there's a JeOS entry in Launchpad now...

    https://code.launchpad.net/ubuntu-jeos/

    Having looked at the script, there's reference to some packages...
  25. Re: Jeos: Canonical's virtualization-specific Ubuntu Linux

    Today is/was supposed to be the release date, but I've yet to see anything that's not 7.10.
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