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    Re: LXD configuration?

    LXD just manages LXC containers. It's also pretty new. Start with reading what the developer, Stephane Graber, has to say about the progress. The entire project is new. I believe it is only 6...
  2. [SOLVED] Re: Sudo su in terminal leaky memory Ubuntu 14.04

    The problem is really not addressed properly with that answer.

    How did you install Samba? By that I mean did you install by selecting Samba on the server install menu or did you install the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: I can't get my dual NICs to work properly

    The downstream router would have it's WAN interface connected to an upstream ethernet LAN interface. IN this way the Internet is always through the original router. If you have 2 wan interfaces (...
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    [SOLVED] Re: I can't get my dual NICs to work properly

    The problem is not the destination but rather the devices the packets flow through (i.e. there are multiple paths to the destination). All the switches will have the info needed for the destination...
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    [SOLVED] Re: I can't get my dual NICs to work properly

    Read up on Ethernet and Spanning Tree Protocol. The protocols will not allow it no matter how much you want to do it. Back to the drawing board. :-(
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    [SOLVED] Re: I can't get my dual NICs to work properly

    You should not have 2 interfaces with the same subnet on any host (computer). One interface will always be disabled. This is normal. If you look at your diagram you will note that there are 2...
  7. Thread: apache.conf

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    Re: apache.conf

    It's pretty messy but you can start your education http://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/sections.htmlhere.
  8. Re: Linux file system Ext4, makes Hard drive work too hard?

    My experience is that the bearings start to wear and the disk starts to wobble causing noise and head crash.
  9. Re: Linux file system Ext4, makes Hard drive work too hard?

    None of it makes sense. Ext4 causes no more practical wear than any other file system formatting. The disk is spinning all the time whether you are accessing data or not unless it has been put on...
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    Re: Ubuntu Server 14.04 Samaba sharing

    Post the output of these separate commands

    ls -l /media/kiril/ASUS

    sudo blkid -c /dev/null -o list


    Remember to place the text between the [code] blocks to preserve the formating. You can...
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    Re: Ubuntu Server 14.04 Samaba sharing

    Have you set the correct Linux permissions on the entire path to the share directory to allow for the user nobody to have access? The entry of

    #anonymous connections
    map to guest = bad user...
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    Re: Ubuntu Server 14.04 Samaba sharing

    Actually there are 2 parts to the problem: How to set up Samba and how (or where) to mount the 2nd hdd.

    To answer the second part more info is needed. Is the drive attached by USB? Are you going...
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    [SOLVED] Re: groups: cannot find name for group [number]

    The group number (gid) is not always the same from system to system. To see what groups are available on the system use this command
    getent group To list the 127 group you can use this
    getent...
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    Re: Ubuntu Server 14.04 Samaba sharing

    This just provides you another user to manage. Granted the user name is guest, but it's really no different than any other user.
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    Re: Ubuntu Server 14.04 Samaba sharing

    How did you configure the share? If you want no login/password then you have to use guest ok = yes in the share definition of the smb.conf file. If you use this then the files and directories are...
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    [SOLVED] Re: systemd-udevd breaks interface names

    This should answer why it all started. On the other hand we all know how to eliminate it now anyway. FYI: This has nothing to do with systemd.

    Edit: At this time the biodevname=0 fix now works...
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    [SOLVED] Re: systemd-udevd breaks interface names

    See post # 4 here.

    For more insight as to why you can start here and here.
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    [server] Re: NFS mount as UID not working

    So you have system users rather than mortal users (humans) that need access. This should work the same way.

    All you need is to have the same gid (group). The system users (processes) need to be...
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    [server] Re: NFS mount as UID not working

    Just as @ SeijiSensei, I'm confused too. I assumed you were using a NFS EXPORT that resided on a ext4 formatted partition. Is this what you are asking about? I was asking how you use the EXPORT...
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    [server] Re: NFS mount as UID not working

    There is no UID setting in fstab. Why would you want to do this? Do you want all users in a common group and that group setting to be inherited bu all files and subdirectories?

    What are the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: need copy/paste working

    What ever your problems are, if you don't logically diagnose them you will never get it corrected. Complaining never helps. You seem to have multiple problems. I would cure the first one before...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Disappearing files

    I don't think you are using unrar correctly. If I was going to use unrar on an archive in the current working directory I would use this
    unrar e Spnrte6.rar ...I'm not sure why you used the command...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Sublime text in ubuntu / cant save

    The short answer is yes there is no reason why you can't use a form of sudo with sublime. You should not use sudo with either gedet or sublime however. You should use gksu or gksudo with either...
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    [ubuntu] Re: what's this i see with 'sudo nautilus'?

    The 2 error messages; neither one of them are not really attributable to Samba.

    The first error message ( Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to register ...) is a GUI warning because you opened a GUI...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Samba Configuration

    Root is the only user that can modify the smb.conf file; if that is what you mean. If you mean can you create a share that only a specific user can access and only that user can read/write to that...
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