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  1. Thread: shell permission

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    [ubuntu] Re: shell permission

    SSH is the swiss army knife for remote login to a machine.

    Start from here.
  2. Thread: i5 and multicore

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    [ubuntu] Re: i5 and multicore

    Hi Matteo,

    no, all of my cores (4 since I'm on a i5 2500K) were detected out of the box, no software tuning was needed.

    a rapid forum search shows that you are apparently not alone:...
  3. Thread: i5 and multicore

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    [ubuntu] Re: i5 and multicore

    Hi Matteo,

    are you sure you've not disabled the other cores in BIOS?

    I've an i5 and all cores are detected properly, but I saw that my motherboard offers the option to disable cores to save...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Multi-Monitor With Sandy Bridge HD3000 Mobile Graphics

    I'm interested to this topic too: my asus p5n-em hdmi is failing and an upgrade to sandy bridge, with dual head setup, is on top of the possible replacements list.

    Unfortunately this...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Switch from Ubuntu to Kubuntu

    Find the easy one line guide here: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/ubuntu/install-kde-kubuntu-on-ubuntu/

    Who says linux is complicated? ;-)

    edit: this is even more updated...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: Multiple keyboard-layouts for different users SSH

    Using SSH for remote connections would really help... why aren't you using it already?

    Anyway you are right about loadkeys: it's indeed system wide since it presumes that each server has one and...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Multiple keyboard-layouts for different users SSH

    Ok, now it's clearer...

    I'd suggest a "loadkeys us" if the session is a pure console session, or a "setxkbmap us" if it is a console that runs under Xorg.

    You can put the command under .bashrc...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Multiple keyboard-layouts for different users SSH

    AFAIK the keyboard layout is not a server setting, but a client setting...

    I've just tryed this from my ubuntu machine, connecting to an ubuntu server:


    me@machine# setxkbmap it
    me@machine#...
  9. [all variants] Re: Services-admin is gone... introducing ServiceManager

    Thank you (and anyone else that cared to write here). It's always heart-warming receiving positive feedback.



    Yes, you are right... the sysV running status is not reliable.
    I'm using "service...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Tool to monitor file/directory for changes?

    lsof -p <pid>


    should tell you (eventually look at man for further details, especially lsof returns also network activity I don't remember the switch to restrict it to FS only...)

    Hope it...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Tool to monitor file/directory for changes?

    I wouldn't say so because still the whole system is located on the flash drive.
    I suppose that a good compromise would be to let on the flash drive all that is mostly read, and seldom written (like...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Tool to monitor file/directory for changes?

    IOtop can help monitoring which write operations are going on in your system.

    It's in the repositories so you don't have to download it from the linked site.

    But I suppose that the problem is...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Logical partitions within software RAID?

    Right, using more than one partition of the same disk on an array is not a good idea... (even if technically possible I suppose!)

    I was not meaning to split the larger drive on as many partitions...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Logical partitions within software RAID?

    Software RAID will work with different sized drives, but you'll still need to create same-sized linux raid partitions on them.


    Not exactly: the RAID drive (i.e. /dev/md0) will look like a...
  15. Thread: Ubuntu and RAID0

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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu and RAID0

    Your RAID is not a "true" RAID, it's a software RAID implemented in the nvidia driver usually known as a "fake RAID".

    Look here for a quick (but maybe a bit outdated) procedure on how assemble the...
  16. [ubuntu] Re: /usr/lib/ was deleted.. Unable to login into ubuntu

    Probably it's just that network is down in recovery mode...

    Bring net up ("service networking start" should suffice, but your milleage may vary...) and retry.

    Let us know how it goes!
  17. [ubuntu] Re: /usr/lib/ was deleted.. Unable to login into ubuntu

    Before throwing the system on the trash I'll try this:



    dpkg -S /usr/lib


    if it works it should tell every single package that had something installed on /usr/lib
    Then you should try to...
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    [all variants] Re: Using monit for services with no pid

    You can tell mysql to create a pid file by adding a configuration file (i.e. pid.cnf in /etc/mysql/conf.d) which has to contain


    [mysqld]
    pid-file = /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.pid

    For vsftp I...
  19. Re: HowTo: Create shared directory for local users (with bindfs).

    You, and obiouvsly Martin Pärtel who did the job in first place, are my heroes!

    I have been searching something like this for endless time and neither using sgid or acls worked as I wanted.
    ...
  20. Thread: No xorg.conf

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    [SOLVED] Re: No xorg.conf

    As Peter09 already said X will read an xorg.conf file if you place one in /etc/X11.

    There you can force anything to your desires, including resolution, refresh rates etc.

    You'll find many...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: Run script as a user on startup (before login)

    extract from "man su"



    NAME
    su - change user ID or become superuser

    SYNOPSIS
    su [options] [username]
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    [ubuntu] Re: It's a shame 10.04 is messed up

    The network upgrade downloads everything that is needed to perform the whole upgrade before starting the process. So if there is a connection problem simply the upgrade stops without any harm (but...
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    Re: Wlan0 wireless is renamed to Wlan3

    Which version of ubuntu are you using? (stock ubuntu, kubuntu, xubuntu...)

    If you are using the standard gnome-based one NetworkManager (http://projects.gnome.org/NetworkManager/) should be...
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    [ubuntu] Re: It's a shame 10.04 is messed up

    Upgrading from optical media is not recommended and should be considered only when no internet connection is available.
    Moreover upgrading from the live cd is totally unsupported, probably you have...
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    Re: Wlan0 wireless is renamed to Wlan3

    The interface name is "wlan0" and not "wlan", but why are trying to configure it under command line instead of using networkmanager (or the gui tool of your choice)?

    Also AFAIK the card should be...
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