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You may need to perform a file system check to clean up any errors in the file system.
Thanks for the tip. The man page for shutdown states http://linux.die.net/man/8/shutdown :
Which seems to indicate that the choice is up to the hardware/bios, given my previous experience. ...
If there is a line in fstab for the file system you can omit the device path. If the device is not in fstab, then the device path is required by the mount command.
I've had something similar happen where the OS displays something like "System Halted" but the machine never powers off. For me this has only happened on certain hardware. For my hardware, my...
If you need a remote GUI, check out NX.
In your smb.conf, under the specific share you need to set the "create mask" and "directory mask". These parameters tell Samba what to set the permissions to on new files and directories.
to see a list of mounted disks and usage stats do a
then unmount the disk with
sudo umount FOLDERDISKMOUNTEDON
You may want to check out NoMachine NX - http://www.nomachine.com/select-package.php?os=linux&id=1
Sounds like a problem that can be solved with a ZFS solution... you would be able to run a raidz2 for dual disk failure. So 10 1TB disk you would have 8TB of encrypted storage with the option to add...
you need to enable
security = user it was commented out in the config
You may want to checkout ZFS for file systems that large. http://www.zfsbuild.com/ is a good resource.
RAIDz is similar to RAID5
RAIDz2 is similar to RAID6
I put both disks in the computer, boot off a live CD, do a
dd if=small of=large then use Gparted to expand the partition to fill the large disk, shutdown, remove the small disk and reboot from...
Here is a "guide" to building a ZFS SAN, it has lots of benchmarks that you may want to look at.
Here are a couple things to check out:
Feng Office (formerly OpenGoo) - http://www.fengoffice.com
eyeOS - http://www.eyeos.org/
Sorry I don't have a recommendation for hardware raid. Do you mind if I ask why you don't want software RAID?
My suggestion is to buy a used Dell server from a place like http://www.xbyte.com/ they have good prices an there hardware, all hardware is sold without an OS. With branded servers if something...
Here is what I have:
512 MB ram
10 Gb HDD
3x320 Gb HDD in mdadm software raid.
Here is what I use it for:
Samba (windows file sharing)
NFS (unix file sharing) (i use this for my...
I know it is late now but the instructions for 6.06 to 8.04 are here - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/HardyUpgrades
You may want to check out eyeOS as well - http://www.eyeos.org/
Check out Feng Office http://www.fengoffice.com (previously OpenGoo).
Verifying that the processor supports hardware virtualization is not required for most virtualization...However if you want to virtualize 64-bit machines then you will need CPU that supports hardware...
Check out NX Web Companion (http://www.nomachine.com/products.php)
It allows you run a thin NX client on remote computers.
Reading through your post my reaction was NX from the beginning.
You may want to check out Sun Ray
That file was created by a package that was updated and the system needs to be restarted for the update to take effect. Updates such as kernel upgrades require a system reboot to take effect.