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    [all variants] Re: growing samba log file

    Hi



    It's a regular log file from my windows machine (log.pc_name). Under normal circumstances, the file doesn't contain anything suspicious, just normal event logs. However, I haven't managed...
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    [all variants] Re: growing samba log file

    A gentle bump :-)
  3. Thread: Bad battery life

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    [ubuntu] Bad battery life

    Hello

    Starting with Intrepid, battery life on my Dell XPS M1330 is really bad. With my 4 cell battery I get normally 2 hours under Arch with KDE4 and Kwin effects enabled, but with Ubuntu I get...
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    [all variants] growing samba log file

    Hello all,

    Every few weeks, my server comes to a hault because the disk gets full of a single samba log file, which exceeds several gigabytes.

    Before continuing my story, I should mention that...
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    [all variants] Re: vsftpd stopped working

    I've been thinking about it too, but I haven't changed ISP. FTP was working fine some months ago and AFAIK they haven't changed anything security wise (that is, I can still use standard server ports...
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    [all variants] Re: vsftpd stopped working

    Hi,

    No, no errors when I start the service. Also,I watch the vsftp.log while somebody tries to connect, and there are no errors - the log reports there is a successful login but the client cannot...
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    [all variants] vsftpd stopped working

    Hello,

    I had vsftpd running fine on my headless hardy server. However, some time ago it stopped working (I suspect because of an update or sth). Now I really need to have it work again, but I...
  8. Re: Compiz/glxgears uses indirect rendering on Intel GM965

    Thanks for the detailed explanation. I was a littled confused before reading your message because I had the impression that "indirect" meant no true hardware acceleration. However, compiz runs fine...
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    [all variants] Re: need advice with MySQL performance

    Hi

    I suspect too that my problem is the bandwidth.
    The application itself is not multi-user neither does it require huge bandwidth. It is a productivity program (something like ms access or...
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    [all variants] need advice with MySQL performance

    Hello

    I use an application that access various MySQL databases in my local LAN and performance is fine. However, I tried to use the application outside my LAN and access the databases from the...
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    Re: What is the point of upgrading to Ibex?

    I totally agree with you as well as with the other fellows that report huge improvement in wireless.

    Anyway, my opinion is that for desktop PCs and laptops it is always worth updating. The...
  12. Intrepid rocks (and a quick comparison to Mandriva)

    Hi there

    I've been using Ubuntu for the last 4 years along-side with windowz boxes. Also, the last 6 months I've been running a headless hardy server that, simply put, has changed my computing...
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    Re: HOWTO: Netcat - TCP/IP swiss army knife

    Hello

    I need some help to achieve this:

    I need to start an application in my headless server (hardy 64bit) which will always wait for some input.
    I need to send the input from my desktop pc to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't access Hard drives

    Hi

    I, and it seems others too, had a similar issue, pls see http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=850881.

    I think this is due to a new kernel, but I can't find anything related in...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't connect/start up my server

    Hello,

    I had a similar problem after I upgraded my headless server from 7.10 to 8.04, a couple of days ago. It seems that indeed a new kernel messed up my disk arrangement. For example, one change...
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