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  1. Re: [HOWTO] compress /usr: faster safer system, also saves battery life

    I am using the instructions under this post #20, but including the alias changes for apparmor. That application is still complaining:

    [ 120.111316] type=1400 audit(1301868218.495:35):...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: No Installable kernel was found in the defined APT source

    I am having the same "No Installable kernel was found in the defined APT source" error message on brand new hardware (Asus UL30VT as well as a newer Acer laptop) when trying to install of Ubuntu...
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    [all variants] Re: Network bridging with changing interfaces

    My issue has been resolved!

    I am realizing the problem was with the restrictive client system, not the host... What I finally did was running "tcpdump -i eth0" on the client machine, then I...
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    [all variants] Re: Network bridging with changing interfaces

    I have found a temporary alternative solution until I come across a host based solution. What I did was installing OpenVPN on host and server, the current solution is as follows:

    #host.conf
    dev...
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    [all variants] Re: Network bridging with changing interfaces

    Unfortunately that simple solution does not work when no eth0 is connected, which is exactly my problem from the very beginning. I am most of the time not connected to any eth0. In fact, I am...
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    [all variants] Re: Network bridging with changing interfaces

    I am trying to use virtualization using KVM with virt-manager. The problem is I am not connected permanently to any particular interface but need to be able to access the webserver etc. located...
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    [all variants] [Resolved] Network bridging with changing interfaces

    I am using a notebook with a virtual machine which I intend to use for development of web services, however, I am not permanently connected to any particular interface. At home I use wlan0 but no...
  8. Poll: Re: VMware, VirtualBox, Xen, KVM... which is best?

    WMware is proprietary and cost money for commercial and non-commercial use alike. It is a great solution, especially when ran from a Windows host - on a Linux host it requires a specially build...
  9. [ubuntu] Re: logout one user autologin previous user - no password asked

    I did try with only two users logged in. In this case I logged out with the one I performed the login first with - in this case it did go back to the login screen. Not sure what to make out of this -...
  10. [ubuntu] logout one user autologin previous user - no password asked

    I am using Ubuntu 9.10 and have created 3 accounts - all of them in use at the same time. I have normally been using the "Switch User" option to change user, but discovered that when I performed a...
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    [ubuntu] SOLVED! GPT disk problems

    I found the solution;
    It appears parted does not write the corrections to disk for some reasons, I did however notice that by using the "print" command from within gparted, the table was printed...
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    [ubuntu] SOLVED! GPT disk problems

    I am running Ubuntu 8.4 and Ubuntu 7.10 while currently migrating from one system to the other, but while creating a software raid partition between my two disks (in Ubuntu 7.10) it seems to have...
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