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    [server] Re: Errors with MySql

    Your data is already big unless you want to lose data go ahead and delete those in /var/lib/mysql, you'll surely free up data and you'll lose your databases.
    That's why we want to help you move the...
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    [server] Re: Errors with MySql

    Did you set the permissions of the /home/mysql/ folder? Does the data folder even exists?

    And it won't work if you did not follow the apparmor steps.

    What is the output of the following...
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    [server] Re: Errors with MySql

    What steps did you already taken exactly?
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    [server] Re: Errors with MySql

    You can technically changed the save folder of mysql and save for example to /home/mysql.
    here: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2202446
    and here too:...
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    [server] Re: Errors with MySql

    15GB on MySQL plus the OS on the / partition. So I guess you really need to make space for mysql.
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    [server] Re: Errors with MySql

    File system 1K-blocchi Usati Disponib. Uso% Montato su
    rootfs 20026236 19071496 0 100% /


    Your / partition is full. You need to delete data. probably in /var/lib/...
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    Re: Ubuntu server 14.04 partition

    Is it already mounted? What's the path?

    SFTP is already installed if you installed the package openssh-server. The next step a user for sftp and set it's home directory to the new drive.


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    [SOLVED] Re: Can't install Ubuntu

    You don't have to create it manually. If vista is already installed, you can boot into your USB installer and Ubuntu *should* detect that you have windows vista installed. On the installation of...
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    Re: Hadoop installation issues

    I see that the hadoop folder is already extracted here. Why are you moving the .tar to /usr/local?
    You can just move the folder hadoop-1.0.3 into the /usr/local/ folder

    sudo mv hadoop-1.0.3...
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    Re: Funny File Permissions

    I read this post earlier. It almost turned on my "grumpy mode". But then again, I calmed myself as this post is just a troll of someone who hasn't explored the OS yet.
    I have used both Ubuntu...
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    Re: Unable to boot up from usb

    For the Mint 17 question, if Ubuntu runs, Mint should run too. The installer screen of Mint is the same for Ubuntu except the slideshow and text. You can also install additional software using the...
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    Re: Ubuntu server 14.04 partition? help me!?

    Is the D drive ready?
    Don't call it D drive already, I think it will be /dev/sdb now. Create a partition on it and format it. Then we can proceed.
    If it is connected already, we should see it on...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Can't install Ubuntu

    Do not extract the file. You need to "burn" the file to a DVD or USB to make a bootable media. Then you'll be able to install Ubuntu.
    See here how to:...
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    Re: Ubuntu server 14.04 partition? help me!?

    Several guides are lurking in the internet. Best way to learn is to experiment.


    Same as how you do in windows. Just format sdb2 so that it would be usable, then create a folder as a mount point...
  15. [SOLVED] Re: The volume 'Boot" has only 0 bites disk space remaining error message.

    Next time to prevent the fill up of your /boot, you can just install Linux in a single drive or partition. The minimum requirements for partition is a "/" partition to hold the whole OS and another...
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    Re: Hadoop installation issues

    Here we go again. File hierarchy, file permissions and unzipping files, moving files.



    Are you copy and pasting commands? You are new to linux and already installing Hadoop?



    Use "sudo...
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    Re: handbrake segmentation fault

    Do you have the /home/user/.config/ghb folder?

    Try removing/purging handbrake and also deleting that folder to complete remove handbrake. Then reinstall.
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    [server] Re: 12.05 i686 apt-get update is failing

    Failing on a specific IP, same on this thread http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2249235
    Could be the mirrors are down?
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    Re: Ubuntu server 14.04 partition? help me!?

    Each application have their own configuration files which you'll pretty much need to study, and their syntax can differ too.
    Just a head's up, for LAMP, specifically Apache, you edit the...
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    Re: Ubuntu server 14.04 partition? help me!?

    Actually yes. You can change where the default www gets saved (or rather moved).
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    Re: Ubuntu server 14.04 partition? help me!?

    I'm having the impression that what you really want is to separate the data of the application and not the applications themselves.
    For example, you want lampp, sftp or for example mysql installed...
  22. Re: How to tell what process is automounting a USB flash drive when its not in fstab?

    I think this is still relevant since the original install is Ubuntu 14.04 http://askubuntu.com/questions/89244/how-to-disable-automount-in-nautiluss-preferences
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    [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 14.04 doesn't mount drives

    *mindblown*

    I didn't think linux can scan/clean hibernated window drives :guitar:
  24. Re: Impossible to import contacts from outlook.com (Hotmail) into Thunderbird

    Actually there is! Open the csv file in Excel or Libre Office Calc. Each comma will correspond to a column upon importing so it's just a matter of selecting the column and delete it. Save again and...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 14.04 doesn't mount drives

    Boot into the Windows 8 DVD (or USB if you have one) and then launch the startup repair of windows. There's a big chance that windows will repair its boot loop problems. Downside will be grub will be...
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