Search:

Type: Posts; User: TheFu; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 10 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.10 seconds.

  1. Thread: sed scalability

    by TheFu
    Replies
    4
    Views
    5

    Re: sed scalability

    To do many files, find and xargs is the common way.
    I would use grep -v instead, if sed performance was an issue. fgrep works with fixed strings, not regex, which should be faster.

    find {path...
  2. Re: Enabled Automatic Mount Options, now it won't boot

    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEFI is 1 method. UEFI is how all Windows 8 and later systems boot, usually. All ChromeOS systems boot using UEFI and Apple started it long, long, ago with EFI...
  3. Replies
    19
    Views
    20

    [SOLVED] Re: Xubuntu resizing boot partition

    I don't see any issues with storage. Here's the important parts:

    $ df -hT
    Filesystem Type Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
    /dev/mapper/xubuntu--vg-root ext4 113G ...
  4. Replies
    19
    Views
    20

    [SOLVED] Re: Xubuntu resizing boot partition

    Using dpkg directly usually causes more problems than it solves.
    I NEVER remove files that were placed by the package manager outside the package manager (some APT front-end). If you do, you'll...
  5. Replies
    5
    Views
    6

    Re: can't change permissions for home folder

    sudo chown -R $LOGNAME:$LOGNAME $HOME
    sudo chmod -R u+rwX $HOME
    should be a little safer. There could be problems it won't fix and it might break a few things. Hard to tell. It...
  6. Re: Enabled Automatic Mount Options, now it won't boot

    Posting images make copy/paste impossible. Thanks for making it harder for me to help. ;(
    Also, encryption makes this much harder. Would have helped if that was mentioned previously. If you touched...
  7. Replies
    3
    Views
    4

    Re: Sync Virtual Machine over Local Network

    There are many possible answers to this. Some are tied to the hypervisor being used and backend storage technique. If you are new to Unix, most are beyond your skill, I'm afraid.

    Live migration...
  8. Replies
    2
    Views
    3

    [xubuntu] Re: chattr +i symlink

    Use a read-only file system mount? I use read-only NFS mounts all the time.
  9. Re: How to remote access from Outside the LAN

    Warning. Lots of opinions follow.

    Remote access needs to be secured at the network layer. That means both authentication AND encryption. For the network authentication, if passwords are used,...
  10. Replies
    5
    Views
    6

    Re: can't change permissions for home folder

    Probably used a GUI file manager with root. Not knowing how some permissions were changed is scary. They don't magically change on their own. Someone, probably with root access had to do something....
  11. Re: Files from different sources how to structure them

    How are they related? If it is a project, then I'd keep them in the same project directory. If it is only date based, I keep directories by date. Using a date-based directory structure, at a...
  12. Replies
    19
    Views
    20

    [SOLVED] Re: Xubuntu resizing boot partition

    When you removed the kernels, was apt used?

    If using encryption and LVM, resizing the encrypted areas is extremely difficult. I did it once, but never felt like it was 100% correct. With newer...
  13. Replies
    2
    Views
    3

    [kubuntu] Re: Problem with G/Rsync ...

    Try

    sudo eject
    from a shell prompt/terminal.

    Writing backups to optical media gets expensive quickly. Whereas a $40 USB3 external HDD will get all the most critical files and easily hold 60+...
  14. Re: Enabled Automatic Mount Options, now it won't boot

    Thanks for using code tags. It helps.

    If that is really the fstab, then it is broken. Comments characters have been removed for some reason and a newline is missing. In files like this details...
  15. Replies
    3
    Views
    4

    Re: Can't access windows files

    In Windows, have you disabled "fast boot" or "fast startup"?
    In Windows, disable hibernation.
    In Windows, might the disks be using advanced partitions? Basic partitions work easiest with Linux.
    ...
  16. Re: Enabled Automatic Mount Options, now it won't boot

    Google "ubuntu fstab" for a general how-to guide.
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Repair corrupt filesystem using fsck on CF

    I would run smartctl tests and reports on the disk, then decide if just wiping the disk and restoring from backups was an option or if I needed a new HDD instead. The SMART data would massively...
  18. Re: Enabled Automatic Mount Options, now it won't boot

    I've never used any GUI to setup mounts.
    Please post the full contents of the fstab file using code tags.
  19. [xubuntu] Re: How to make computer's ethernet interface static

    The last 3 Ubuntu LTS releases each have different management techniques for networking. Follow the instructions specific to your release. There is probably an "Ubuntu Desktop Guide" for the release...
  20. Replies
    4
    Views
    5

    Re: hardened image of ubuntu?

    Many of the claimed "best practices" aren't for Ubuntu or Debian. Slight differences in how permissions are setup makes a huge difference, as does the normal method of software deployment to the...
  21. Replies
    8
    Views
    9

    Re: Clone partition to new SSD - Best Way

    As long as wasabi captures file and directory permissions and ACLs in addition to the data, it should be fine. On Unix systems, the permissions are 50% of what needs to be backed up. Without that,...
  22. Re: Install Ubuntu on three Machines acting like a single Machine

    Someone else asked a similar question here the last few days. Gnu-parallel was an option that would work for cluster-unaware software. https://www.gnu.org/software/parallel/ lots of...
  23. Re: Does installing packages via the terminal install globally?

    That isn't what I meant to say, but it is true and all user accounts have at least read-only access to those files.

    If you are interested in the file system hierarchy, there is a standards...
  24. Replies
    13
    Views
    14

    [ubuntu] Re: Recovering lost ext4 partition

    https://kb.acronis.com/content/9181
    G-Sense_Error_Rate - vibration or dropping the HDD. That's a huge number. I've never seen one that high, but none of my HDDs even report that parameter. Google...
  25. Re: How to raise size of working partition under Kubuntu 18

    I cannot tell without knowing the PWD. The target of that command above defaults to the PWD.

    Seems you are missing the key understanding of symbolic links. Linking /mnt/.... to /mnt/... isn't...
Results 1 to 25 of 250
Page 1 of 10 1 2 3 4