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  1. Re: Mount remote directory over sshfs on Windows host through ubuntu guest?

    I'm not quite sure what you're asking, but here goes...

    We'll start with the Virtualbox shared folder. It's e:\Shared on the Windows host, and mounted to /media/sf_Shared in the Ubuntu guest. ...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Trying to understand changing directories in the terminal

    How did you download the Tor? Using a browser such as Firefox? By default browsers save downloads to the Downloads folder (directory), not Desktop. So unless you changed where it downloaded to, it...
  3. [SOLVED] Re: OOM Killer - Have I really run out of memory

    Here's information on OOM Killer and how to configure it: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/servers-storage-dev/oom-killer-1911807.html

    Running 3 GB of VMs on a system with 8 GB RAM...
  4. Thread: ZFS Help!!!!!

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    Re: ZFS Help!!!!!

    When you used mkdir to create the misc directory, you probably didn't have data mounted at the time, so you created the directory under the mount point. ZFS won't mount to a non-empty mountpoint...
  5. [kubuntu] Re: How can I tell which SATA Revision my Laptop Motherboard Supports?

    dmesg should have it:
    dmesg | grep Gbps
  6. Thread: Chroot Jail

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    Re: Mount External HD in Chroot Jail

    Is the external drive formatted NTFS (Windows), or something Linux like ext4?

    If it's NTFS, find out the UID and primary GID of myusername by running "id myusername" within the chroot, or...
  7. Thread: Chroot Jail

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    Re: Mount External HD in Chroot Jail

    I'd mount the external drive to a directory outside the chroot to a directory accessible within the chroot. If you're chrooting the root of the HDD from a live CD, you could mount the external to...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Strange SD Card problem

    Maybe it's not corrupted but is formatted with something like FAT32 which fsck doesn't recognize?

    If you have a Windows system, run a chkdsk on it. Or install dosfstools and run dosfsck on it...
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    Re: Good midi synthesizer

    Can you recommend me a good car? ;)

    I think we need some criteria first. Things like, what's your budget? Are you looking for a keyboard, module or software? What kind of sounds are you...
  10. A holiday greeting in an unexpected place... VirtualBox!

    I fired up one of my VMs tonight and got a neat surprise. Virtualbox's boot splash has a holiday theme. I'm guessing it's triggered by a date range.

    272872

    Happy Holidays from Oracle, I...
  11. [SOLVED] Re: How to force an m.2 sata drive to stay as SDA

    Generally the sda, sdb etc. are in order by the SATA ports, so look at your motherboard, and plug the SSD into the 1st SATA port, then whatever you want to be sdb into the 2nd port, etc.
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    Re: segmentation fault

    Is this a homework assignment? In case it is, I'll give a little guidance but it's up to you to figure out the answer.

    A segmentation fault occurs when your program accesses memory that doesn't...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Linux can't count

    There's two systems of "sorting"... one is alphanumeric (or more specifically, by character code) which is left-to-right and the other is numeric, right-to-left.

    Since file names are alphanumeric,...
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    Re: how is an invalid hostname being resolved?

    Must be a feature of Linux where 0.0.0.0 converts to localhost. Windows returns an error when I try to ping 0.0.0.0 there.

    Just looked this up:...
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    Re: how is an invalid hostname being resolved?

    I get 0.0.0.0 when I resolve mail321.hopto.org.
    kpatz@mordac:~$ dig mail321.hopto.org

    ; <<>> DiG 9.9.5-3ubuntu0.10-Ubuntu <<>> mail321.hopto.org
    ;; global options: +cmd
    ;; Got answer:
    ;;...
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    Re: How to make C program in ubuntu?

    You named it myprog1.c, not myprog.c. So to compile it use the command:
    gcc -o myprog1 myprog1.c
    and to run it, use
    ./myprog1
  17. "No permission" when viewing new posts on a specific thread

    On this thread: https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2346109

    If I click on the thread itself, I can view it fine. But if I click the "new posts" icon...
  18. [xubuntu] Re: Random TCP ports keep opening and closing, is my system compromised?

    Does the same thing happen if you don't have wireshark running?
  19. Re: Zeroing out empty space with a dd command creates an unreasonably big file

    Are you running the dd command in the host or the guest?

    You didn't specify a limit (count=N) in the dd command, so it will run until the drive or device is full/reaches the end.

    If you're...
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    Re: Why there is ~240 pin in RAM?

    Power, ground, address bus, data buses for reading and writing, read/write enable, clock and probably many other things I'm not listing.
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    Re: grsync/rsync not excluding a volume

    You can use -x to tell rsync not to cross file system boundaries, so mounted directories will be excluded. This will stop it from backing up the USB drive to itself, but if you have other mounted...
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    Re: Backup LXD containers on a ZFS filesystem

    A broken pipe means the receive process quit while the send was still sending. You should have seen an error message from the receive side prior to the broken pipe.

    You have the backups pool...
  23. [xubuntu] Re: Random TCP ports keep opening and closing, is my system compromised?

    When you're doing the nmap scans, are you scanning your network interface (or IP address on the network interface), either wired or wireless, or are you scanning localhost (127.0.0.1)?

    What's the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: SSD - bad sector (or not)?

    There should be a warranty on the drive if it fails. You said it's only 2 months old, right?

    I don't know how gnome-disks "detects" bad sectors. If it's reading the SMART data from the drive, it...
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    Re: Deleting corrupt file "Bad message"

    Boot from a live CD or USB, then run
    sudo e2fsck -f -p /dev/sda5and see what you get. (change /dev/sda5 to whatever partition the errant file is in).

    The -f will make it check the entire file...
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