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    [ubuntu] Re: MySQL Startup Failing/Hanging in 10.04

    I had this problem also. The fix listed here worked, but one extra step I had to take was to run:


    chown -R mysql.mysql /var/lib/mysql

    Starting the daemon as root created a bunch of files,...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Terminal command help

    This worked on mine


    gnome-terminal -x ssh -p 22 lavajumper@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

    Note that the '-x' is lower case.

    Also remember that when the command returns, the terminal window will close, so...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Terminal command help

    I think this is what he's looking for:


    gnome-terminal -e "ssh -p 10000 spiky@10.42.43.1"

    also, in these instances 'man' is your best friend.


    man gnome-terminal
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    [ubuntu] Re: gpg encrypt - openssl decrypt

    Maybe I'm missing something. If I use openssl to password encrypt a file using aes256 encryption algorithm, I thought it would be possible to decrypt the file using gpg, telling gpg to decrypt using...
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    [ubuntu] Re: gpg encrypt - openssl decrypt

    No, I'm using the same algorithms. At least I'm trying to.
    The cast5 is a bit confusing in openssl, which is why I why I attempted every cast5-xxx entry available in openssl. And also why I ran...
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    [ubuntu] gpg encrypt - openssl decrypt

    Has anyone been successful password encrypting files in gpg and then decrypting with openssl, and vice-versa. When decrypting with openssl, it complains 'bad magic number'. GPG complains that there...
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    [ubuntu] Migrating Accounts from RedHat ( md5 / sha512 )

    Hey All!

    We're currently replacing our Red Hat servers with Ubuntu. We've got the scripts written to migrate the existing Red Hat accounts, which includes copying all the home directories,...
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    [all variants] Re: Strange netstat listing

    Thanks for responding. I ran the command both sudo'd and as root, same result. I'm curious if anyone else gets similar entries?
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    [all variants] Strange netstat listing

    (This was originally posted in Networking & Wireless)

    This is something that's been bugging me for years. When I do a netstat -anutp, I get a number of entries like the ones here:



    Proto...
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    [all variants] Strange netstat listing

    This is something that's been bugging me for years. When I do a netstat -anutp, I get a number of entries like the ones here:



    Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address ...
  11. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 8.04 on Toshiba Laptop (PAIN IN THE ***)

    I've just loaded 8.04 onto an L305D-S5868 and was getting the same problem. I had to go into the BIOS and disable the onboard LAN.
    ...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: How to fault to text based mode at startup

    This works for me:

    In /etc/rc2.d are a bunch of sym-links to startup-shutdown scripts in /etc/init.d, look for the gdm or kdm sym-links. The S,K, and numbers are used to control startup and...
  13. [all variants] PostgreSQL 8.1 to 8.2 with defined tablespaces

    We're trying to upgrade a PostgreSQL 8.1 to 8.2 and we're having some problems getting the cluster upgraded. We use tablespaces to put the datafiles on a disk array and the pg_upgradecluster...
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    [ubuntu] wu-ftp site exec in 6.06?

    We're running 6.06 on most of our servers, and we need the site exec command for some internal processes. I installed wu-ftpd on one of our 8.04 boxes for testing and it worked great, but when I...
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    Re: glassfish not loading jsp pages

    I'm having the same problem. One small step I found was to run :

    update-alternatives --config java
    and select a sun-java option. Ant won't work without them.
    I'm new to the java/sunappserver...
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    Re: PHP,fopen, and large files (>2gig)

    We're splitting the files into 1.8 gig chunks using C. (good suggestion, thanks)

    We actually do most of the heavy lifting on these files with C processes, and php takes care of a "stage 2.5"...
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    Re: PHP,fopen, and large files (>2gig)

    Just in case anyone is watching this thread, the complie switch above only provided limiited functionality. ftell and fseek still do not work. fopen will open the file and fgets appears to work if...
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    Re: PHP,fopen, and large files (>2gig)

    PHP constantly impresses me and I've started using it in place of PERL and BASH for our "quick and dirty's"; PHP! Its not just for the web anymore!

    So...
    No apache. These are backend processors...
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    Re: PHP,fopen, and large files (>2gig)

    Just for correctness

    should be:
    ....kind of critical in this thread. ;)
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    Re: PHP,fopen, and large files (>2gig)

    Kudos to both of you, and thank you for the information.

    Just a couple of things that might clear the air. We're parsing large data files, some of them up to 20 gigs, for database purposes.
    ...
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    PHP,fopen, and large files (>2gig)

    I've been working on some PHP scripts to parse some largeish data files which make extensive use of fopen, fseek, ftell, fgets and fputs. It craps out on any file over 2.? gigs.

    From my searches,...
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    [?Solved?][Bazooka style] Re: Problem compiling C/C++

    I want to thank everyone for trying to help on this.

    This one was solved by a re-install :mad:

    The --purge switch got me half-way. So I'm sure there was something crossed up, as I got a new...
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    Re: Problem compiling C/C++

    Trust me, I'm pretty baffled. And build-essentials is installed (and reinstalled) as are all the packages listed in /usr/share/build-essential/list

    I'm trying to hunt down which package the...
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    Re: Problem compiling C/C++

    this->:confused:

    Here's what C++ does:

    file test.cpp


    #include <iostream>

    using namespace std;
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    Problem compiling C/C++

    Does anyone know how to fix this???

    file: test.cc


    using namespace std;

    int main()
    {
    return(0);
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