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  1. Re: How to install Windows 7 on a computer with Ubuntu 13.10 already installed

    start gparted (through the ubuntu search menu ) select the disk you want, select resize and after that apply.

    A more detailed step by step is here:...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Recovering a broken system

    The steps outlined above are for booting from a live image. If you already have a system installed you have to use the rescue/enable=true boot parameter, which will drop you to a root prompt. Typing...
  3. Re: How to install Windows 7 on a computer with Ubuntu 13.10 already installed

    double posted
  4. Re: How to install Windows 7 on a computer with Ubuntu 13.10 already installed

    in very condensed form:
    - resize your partitions to make room for windows,create new partition for windows. ( probably best done from a live usb/cdrom enviroment since this will leave your disk...
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    [SOLVED] Re: video -recently viewed

    You can clear it from the movie player itself AFAIK. In VLC any way.. File menu > clear recent.


    found elsewhere:

    An alternative way, with a simple interface to remove all record logs of...
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    Re: Grep or Sed or else?

    Hm, not sure since they are not exactly the same. Guess my approach would be to split it per column and pass it trough uniq to get rid of duplicates\

    Edit: Perhaps someone with more awk knowledge...
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    Re: Grep or Sed or else?

    I'd go with above awk :)
    The problem is that you're not sure what the output will be, and just matching to the next ! will not work with sed/grep.

    You can use "grep -A 10 ! file.txt" to get the...
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    Re: Grep or Sed or else?

    basicly, you want the whole block between the exclamation marks, and then grep for description/switchport ?
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    Re: Problem connecting to remote server

    Comparing it to my own sshd conf (without the commeted lines):


    $ cat /etc/ssh/sshd_config |grep -v '#'| sed '/^ *$/d'
    AuthorizedKeysFile .ssh/authorized_keys
    PasswordAuthentication no...
  10. Re: Is it dangerous to add www-data to the sudoers list?

    AFAIK this is just fine, as long as you specify a script/command to be run by apache. that way only that command/script can be run. Any third party will only be able to run that script and nothing...
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    [ubuntu] Re: High load, low activity

    What happens if you run the script manually? Perhaps run it with bash -x, or even a strace
    Perhaps thats sheds some light on what's going on
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    [ubuntu] Re: High load, low activity

    I'm not sure how to start debug this further.. I would personally start with that sessionclean cronjob, and check inside what that script is doing and why that lsof is executed, just to get some...
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    Re: Increase space for /

    Basicly the order is HyperV resize (extend) -> LVM resize (extend) -> Filesystem resize.

    One you created more disk space in the hyperv, you should be able to see that in your volume group - or if...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Upgrade distribution via webmin

    ehmm. Yes, it does..

    Funny you digged that up, I was looking at the same Webmin docs..

    Keep in mind it will need to upgrade through all versions though. 11.04 -> 11.10 -> 12.04 etc.
  15. Re: Need help with from textfile to a SQL database

    The output of that command is send to a text file.. You can't just replace the echo and expect it to end up in your DB.

    You can either run a sql interface from that script and send it to the...
  16. Re: Need help with from textfile to a SQL database

    The output of that command is send to a text file.. You can't just replace the echo and expect it to end up in your DB.

    You can either run a sql interface from that script and send it to the...
  17. Re: pure-ftpd allowing anonymous log ins help

    step-by-step guide: http://www.g-loaded.eu/2008/12/02/set-up-an-anonymous-ftp-server-with-vsftpd-in-less-than-a-minute/
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    [SOLVED] Re: Upgrade distribution via webmin

    No, this wil only update the webmin packages (like apache etc), not your OS (ubuntu).

    See http://www.webmin.com/updates.html for a list of updates/versions
  19. Re: How to partition 128GB SSD (GPT) using Gparted

    Perhaps you should stick with one partition then, if you don't know how to size various partitions?

    If your Windows is on a different disk, there is no need to use the something else option....
  20. Thread: input errors

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    Re: input errors

    Can you be a bit more specific as to what your trying to do?
    the above code fails when trying to assign values with space into the temp[] array.

    Playing around a bit with the above I found that...
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    [SOLVED] Re: scp command - connection refused

    the ps -ef |grep sshd, did you do that on your local machine, or on the remote? (should be remote)
    Do you have shell access at all to that machine, or just FTP access?

    I'm pretty confident the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Typing in Greek

    I'm pretty sure you can use this guide
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    [SOLVED] Re: scp command - connection refused

    Most likely there is no SSH server running on the remote host, or on a different port number, or its blocked by a firewall.
    - ping the machine (to test connectivety)
    - see if there is a ssh deamon...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: grub2 on usb stick - cant get it working...

    Nope, doens't matter.

    (Looks like grub-install still accepts --root-directory, eventough it is not mention as such in the man-page. trying zoot or koot gives the "syntax help", boot/root don't)
    ...
  25. [ubuntu] grub2 on usb stick - cant get it working...

    Hi All,

    I'm trying to get grub2 onto a usb stick without any success.

    Hopefully some here can point me in the right direction....?

    I've tried several guides, all to no avail. AFAIK it should...
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