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  1. [ubuntu] Re: when computer goes down because of power failure

    You can use smartmontools or badblocks to check that out.

    Have a look at the following links:

    http://smartmontools.sourceforge.net/badblockhowto.html

    http://linux.die.net/man/8/badblocks
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    [ubuntu] Re: /proc/mdstat buzzling output

    UP ??1?!?

    Please
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    [ubuntu] /proc/mdstat buzzling output

    Hello everyone,

    after a power outtage, I now have the following output when i do "cat /proc/mdstat":


    $ cat /proc/mdstat Personalities : [raid1] [raid5]
    md3 : active raid5 sdc1[0] sdf1[3](S)...
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    [all variants] Re: T1, Dedicated IP, DNS

    Pardon me, but that was a strange sentence formulation ??

    I don't really understand what you are trying to do ?

    Record a certain DNS server for a domain ?



    Phil
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    [ubuntu] Re: apache2 configuration question

    Mod rewrite is exactly doing what you need.
    The official docs are a bit hard to understand if you're not familiar with regex and apache inner working.

    I suggest you read this (including the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Huge File Tranfer Service/Server

    It's a perfectly defendable solution, I think.

    With proper access control, autenthification, encryption, I don't see no reason why your network engineer wouldn't allow that. It might even be...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Huge File Tranfer Service/Server

    Still with LFS storage on the server, you could go with VPN and network shares, depending on the OSes, softwares, etc.
  8. Thread: Apache 2

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    [ubuntu] Re: Apache 2

    sudo apt-get remove --purge $(dpkg -l apache* | grep ii | awk '{print $2}') && sudo apt-get install apache2


    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=813725



    Phil
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    [ubuntu] Re: Huge File Tranfer Service/Server

    As far as I know, Linux on 32bit architecture (CPU) uses 32 bits integer for file locking&&access, which means youre limited to (2^31 - 1) bytes (2147483647 bytes == 2 GB).

    To override this limit,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: mdadm RAID 1 problems

    What is the output of


    cat /proc/mdstat
  11. [ubuntu] Re: Fresh install Ubuntu Server - Login hangs

    Sorry I have no idea about your problem.

    But I have something to add about 127.0.0.1 address.

    In fact, all addresses in the 127.0.0.0/8 range is your loopback network.

    Which means everything...
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    Re: Arrays in Python

    What about

    a=[0]*10

    EDIT: dang too late!
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    [ubuntu] Re: TCP Stack issue?

    You could report it to Ubuntu in Launchpad

    https://launchpad.net/ubuntu
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    [ubuntu] Re: libexpat.so.0

    When you're looking for a packge, you can use this command:

    apt-cache search *KeyWord*

    So I ran the following command:

    apt-cache search libexpat

    which returned me the following output:
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    [ubuntu] Re: Setting up vsftpd with users?!

    What your looking for is virtual users from any kind of database, instead of system user.

    I recommend this howto:

    http://www.howtoforge.com/vsftpd_mysql_debian_etch

    (also check the comment...
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    [ubuntu] Re: ISPConfig DDNS Configuration help

    Yes, I personally use NO-IP, and I'm quite happy with the no-ip daemon.


    Ok, so your server is running behind you home (or office) firewall (WRT54 series).
    You could do this:

    - Use a static...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: LSI 1068E SAS/SATA under 8.04 LTS, no hope ?

    Finally I coudn't fix it, I bought a really cool 3ware controller :)

    Sry :(
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    [ubuntu] Re: Failed to Lock the File

    I'm glad to hear it :)
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    Re: Amateur Radio

    The topic is growing rapidly...

    Maybe we should ask for a forum category if you guys think we're going to be more active on the Ubuntu forums.

    i.e creating packages, developping softwares, for...
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    Re: language used to develop linux os

    Yeah, as stated by OutOfReach, the kernel is mostly in C.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linux_kernel#Programming_languages

    But when you talk about interfaces, this is a quite vague question.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Failed to Lock the File

    No I don't think so, I had this problem before, and the .WRITELOCK is a file created while vmware is using the .vmdk file.

    You can simply delete the .WRITELOCK file. Look for a .READLOCK file...
  22. Re: Howto install Intel Pro/1000 PT quad port (EXPI9404PTL)

    I'm glad to hear it :)
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    [ubuntu] Strange index problem in LDAP srv

    Hello there,

    Every time I search or list in my LDAP database, or login in a linux box, I get logs like this:

    Oct 24 14:38:35 ubuntu64LDAP slapd[4068]: <= bdb_equality_candidates: (uid) not...
  24. [ubuntu] LSI 1068E SAS/SATA under 8.04 LTS, no hope ?

    Hey all,

    I bought a SuperServer 8025C-3RB, the disk controller is a LSI 1068E Serial-Attached SCSI (SAS) Controller.

    According to http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=661598

    But still, I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Changing SSH X11-Forwarding color depth

    I wasn't sure whether ssh know or not the color-depth.

    I did try the compression, but it's not helping...

    Anyways, thanks, if someone else can give me pointers...
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