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  1. Thread: Mate Distro

    by bakegoodz
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    [SOLVED] Re: Mate Distro

    I think I tried Mint Mate a few months ago, but disliked the Mint Menu. I figured out that I can just remove it and add a Mate Main menu. Thanks!
  2. Thread: Mate Distro

    by bakegoodz
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    [SOLVED] Mate Distro

    I have been trying out Mate desktop on Ubuntu 12.04 on a couple computers. I have tried a couple different install instructions, but it has bugs. Often a display daemond dies and then menus look very...
  3. Thread: rsync help

    by bakegoodz
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    [all variants] Dry Run

    Your right, but I removed the -n on the command I ran

    I will try it with the closing slash later. I think I'll get them synced again onsite first.
  4. Thread: rsync help

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    [all variants] rsync help

    I finally setup my offsite back for /home on my home computer, but my backup copy has been out of sync for a month. So I did a manual rsync to make sure I get it right before I set it as cron job. I...
  5. [SOLVED] Found it

    While I researching chipsets supported by ath9k I found this page. I found this http://linuxwireless.org/en/users/Drivers/ath9k_htc#Modeswitching_for_AR7010

    Ah ha I found the proper way to start...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Setup to use the existing VLAN

    Awesome, thanks! Turned out VMware ESXi handles VLAN tagging, so it not needed on the Ubuntu server running in ESXi. I needed to put VLAN 51 in also "VM Network", not just the Management Network.
  7. [SOLVED] HOWTO post a Wireless issue

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=6183681
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    [SOLVED] Re: Setup to use the existing VLAN

    Awesome Thanks. :guitar: Yea!, I'll have to manually install the deb file on a flash drive before I can get network service.
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    [SOLVED] Setup to use the existing VLAN

    I setting up some servers, but the Network Admin set it up so I have to use VLAN 51. It was easy on my ESXi server I just put in the 51 into the VLAN menu. I can't find what I need to put...
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    [all variants] Thow in the towel

    I couldn't make it work, tried several things. I even tried with the rEFIt boot CD. The bootloader would crap out, rEFIt would tell me something like incompatible boot loader.

    I settled with a...
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    [SOLVED] Revisted for futher wisdom

    While I researching chipsets supported by ath9k I found this page. I found this http://linuxwireless.org/en/users/Drivers/ath9k_htc#Modeswitching_for_AR7010

    Ah ha I found the proper way to start...
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    [all variants] Re: Recommend small ARM system

    I'm going to try to make my project work with a RaspPi, maybe it can optimised enough not to run too slow. The Cubox was going to be $160 with shipping and a Pandaboard with a case is about $200. It...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Lustre file system

    So you were able to go to a newer Ubuntu? Why not 12.04?
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    [ubuntu] Re: New server build, Disk and UPS advice.

    Wow ZFS on Linux? How well is that working?
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    [all variants] USB boot on iMac without rEFIt

    How can I boot Ubuntu on a USB stick and a Mac I can't modify? So I can't use rEFIt. I tried a USB drive I formated with usb-creator-gtk, I've been testing it with a late 2007 Macbook and it won't...
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    [all variants] Re: Recommend small ARM system

    Like the RaspPi both devices have a few weeks lead time. Does the Pivos run Ubuntu? A bunch of Odroid-Xs are use used by the Raspbian distro leader to recompile Debian packages. It has more ram, but...
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    [other] Only need IP Address set and Interface up

    A gateway/router, or DNS is not needed just connecting 2 devices by IP address. I've done this several times when configuring routers.
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    [all variants] Recommend small ARM system

    I bought a couple Raspberry Pi and then sold them because it wasn't powerful enough for me. (I made $75 off 2 RaspPis, cha ching) Also RaspPi doesn't run Ubuntu (yet?) No offense to Debian, but I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: gateway not on local subnet

    Sounds like both routers on the same Ethernet network. Right?
    When you add a route it allows you to access the IPs in that network range, and points you to the other router to access its subnet. To...
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    [other] Re: Connect two Linux machines via ethernet

    Are you sure your cable is correctly wired and crimped?
    My next trouble shooting step would be to get a third device and test it one at a time with the first 2 devices.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wireless Problem

    Can you get some more details about your system?


    lspci -nnk | grep -iA2 net
    sudo iwlist scan
    dmesg | egrep...
  22. [ubuntu] Same chipset and kernel

    I'm curious to see why the ath9k module is not loading on the 3.2 kernel. Will you run the following?

    sudo modprobe -v ath9k
    I have the same chipset and kernel and it works. Maybe ath9k project...
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    [ubuntu] Re: New server build, Disk and UPS advice.

    You may get away with desktop drives in a RAID. In my experience I had to wipe, sector scan the "failed" drive and then rebuild too many times. The chances of another failure during rebuild is pretty...
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    [ubuntu] Drives designed for RAID is necessary

    After having several drives fail in a RAID array and then pass a full diagnostic, I researched and found that you need drives with firmware designed for RAIDs. WD Raid edition, WD RED, and Seagate...
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    [SOLVED] Thank you

    Thank you that was very helpful. Though it took some trial and error to work with a bridge, for some reason putting the pre-up under the bridge would make it not add the eth0 interface.

    cat...
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