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    Re: RHEL Admin catching back up w/ Ubuntu

    Thanks!

    The network stuff is most useful. I might want to throw up a cheat sheet at some point.
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    RHEL Admin catching back up w/ Ubuntu

    Hello All,

    I was around for 4.10 through 8.04, then started administering RedHat Enterprise Linux professionally and haven't touched Ubuntu in 5 years. I'm a fairly decent RedHat admin at this...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Help needed with Sun Quad Fast Ethernet PCI Card X1034A

    I'm sure that you found an answer to this by now but just for others searching X1034A +Linux via search engines (this is high on page one...), please check out this thread:...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 9.10 feature losses?

    Found out a bit more here:
    http://news.softpedia.com/news/Ubuntu-9-10-039-s-New-Boot-Splash-120193.shtml

    I feel the new login system is a bit warty, but that's certainly to be expected for a beta...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 9.10 feature losses?

    Thanks for the lead. Can anyone provide a link to an explanation to what seems like a total deviation from the Gnome desktop? I must be missing some perfectly good reason for Ubuntu doing this. It...
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    [ubuntu] 9.10 feature losses?

    Quick question:

    After taking a break from Ubuntu, I've come back to the Beta of 9.10 and it appears that the login-screen management is severely limited (cant even change themes), and search lacks...
  7. Re: Reasonable to be disappointed in Ubuntu One?

    My main irk is that we already have a great product from a company that cares enough about Linux to include an *equal* client for Ubuntu/Linux. We is Ubuntu spending the time, effor, and money to...
  8. Re: Reasonable to be disappointed in Ubuntu One?

    Of course I haven't tried it. It simply can not work for people who need to use OSes other than Ubuntu in their daily lives.

    For all the cries of inter-op being so important, to make something...
  9. Reasonable to be disappointed in Ubuntu One?

    From what I've been able to find on Ubuntu One so far, I can't help but feel that this is being gone about all wrong.
    Two things I posit are mistakes:

    1. Lack of cross-platform support.
    I'd...
  10. [gnome] Re: SSHFS via Gnome "Places" menu, poor performance

    bump just in case it's not isolated.
  11. [gnome] SSHFS via Gnome "Places" menu, poor performance

    I'm seeing high CPU time utilization and slow transfer speeds from gnome's ssh 'places' -> 'Connect to Server', while doing transfers I seem to get anywhere from a few hundred *bytes* per second to a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH into server from remote machine?

    You need local DNS. DNS converts IP addresses to hostnames. The real, big DNS servers that you use now are owned by your ISP, and those won't know about your server. You need to set up your own...
  13. [all variants] Re: BIND9 misconfig, local lookups not working properly

    Thanks for the reply. I think this is a good lead. It can't find the .db file, which I know exists, so somewhere there's a pointer that's not working properly.


    $ named-checkzone...
  14. [all variants] Re: BIND9 misconfig, local lookups not working properly

    bump?
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    [ubuntu] Re: wanna be attacked !

    I'd like to take a second to point out that ISPs monitor for some of the more egregious scan/attack patterns and may pull the plug on the 'attacker' if they see it. Permission or no.
  16. [all variants] Re: BIND9 misconfig, local lookups not working properly

    I'm not sure I'm doing it right. That doesn't return info, nor an error.
  17. [all variants] Re: BIND9 misconfig, local lookups not working properly

    Here 'tis:



    $:/etc/bind/zones$ cat named.conf.local
    //
    // Do any local configuration here
    //

    zone "my-subdomain.homeunix.org" {
  18. [ubuntu] Re: ssh connection with putty from xp wont work ...

    ooo. I wonder if it's a username problem then. I always use the command line from my mac to ssh into the ubuntu server. I'm wondering if putty is feeding something stupid as the username from the...
  19. [all variants] Re: BIND9 misconfig, local lookups not working properly

    If you don't mind my asking, what's your zone file called, and how does bind refer to it? I mean, is it in the format of "/etc/bind/zones/your-domain.com.db" ? And does some master named.conf file...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: ssh connection with putty from xp wont work ...

    I just diff'd yours and mine, and the only thing that's different on yours is:
    < PasswordAuthentication yes

    Mine's commented out. I don't know if it's that much of a lead, but maybe you can...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: ssh connection with putty from xp wont work ...

    Fabian, could you try restarting the sshd service?
    > sudo /etc/init.d/sshd restart

    Maybe you could post your sshd_config file from /etc/sshd?
  22. [all variants] Re: BIND9 misconfig, local lookups not working properly

    No luck there. Thanks for the possibility tho!
  23. [all variants] Re: BIND9 misconfig, local lookups not working properly

    ooo good call. I'll .bak the existing edit the orig, and restart bind.
    Thanks!
  24. [all variants] Re: BIND9 misconfig, local lookups not working properly

    Thanks for the reply!

    Bind is running:

    bind 8360 1 0 21:03 ? 00:00:00 /usr/sbin/named -u bind

    I'm actually using it as my DNS provider from this workstation. The only...
  25. [all variants] Re: BIND9 misconfig, local lookups not working properly

    LOL! I can't believe I didn't think about that. I'll have to figure out how to remove the search suffix later.

    I tried just the host, rather than FQDN and got an NXDOMAIN error, argh!


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