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    Re: Ubuntu 19.10 Server - no network

    Make your life easier and use an Ethernet cable.
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    [ubuntu] Re: HTTPS on Ubuntu Apache2

    My LetsEncrypt sites have mostly run for longer than the default renewal period. The automatic renewal process has worked flawlessly for me without any manual intervention of any kind.
  3. Re: Looking for a laptop thats probable not easy to find

    I can't see any reason for a touchscreen on a laptop running Ubuntu.
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    Re: error installing clamav

    Since clamav does not require MySQL to operate, I suspect this has something to do with the MAX software.

    You could try installing MySQL manually:


    sudo apt install mysql-server

    but I'm not...
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    [ubuntu] Re: HTTPS on Ubuntu Apache2

    I've converted all my sites to HTTPS with Let's Encrypt. certbot is really simple to use. I wouldn't worry that its not in the Ubuntu repositories. Just use the version offered at the certbot site. ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SMTP Relay - virtual domain

    In sendmail, I'd do this with a mailertable that relays messages based on their destination domains. I'm sure there's a way to do this in Postfix as well, but I don't use that enough to know. In...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: systemd-resolved and resolvconf : is it ok to have both installed?

    I'm not sure what you mean by "synchronized updates to resolv.conf." That file never changes. It simply points to the location of one or more nameservers.

    Name resolution mechanisms have been...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH local port tunnel

    i recommend setting up a static tunnel in OpenVPN instead. Then you can connect securely between the machines on any port.

    https://openvpn.net/community-resources/static-key-mini-howto/
  9. [SOLVED] Re: systemd-resolved.service is not loaded properly: Exec format error.

    What do you see in /var/log/syslog? That's where systemd logs everything.

    An "Exec format error" usually means the executable program is somehow bad. Might I suggest reinstalling...
  10. [ubuntu] Re: Apache2 localhost & phpmyadmin issue.

    Well if Apache isn't passing PHP files to the parser and displaying their contents, again I suggest you are missing libapache2-mod-php.
  11. Re: Looking for a laptop thats probable not easy to find

    https://www.newegg.com/p/pl?N=100006740%204016%20601286795%20600004341%20600136700%20600337010%20600440394%20601183480&Order=PRICE
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    Re: Company Linux Requirements

    I recall a woman at one client's workplace who told their IT guy she could no longer do her work. Turns out an icon had been moved from one location on the screen to another. Yes, the issues involved...
  13. [ubuntu] Re: Apache2 localhost & phpmyadmin issue.

    You probably haven't installed the libapache2-mod-php package.

    By far, the easiest way to get a working LAMP stack in Ubuntu is to run this command:

    sudo apt install lamp-server^
    It will...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Netbios and Windows issues

    Create an entry in /etc/hosts for the machine:



    192.168.1.65 lenovo-2729b174


    Linux never uses Netbios resolution. It relies on DNS, or on static entries in the /etc/hosts file. Assuming...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: systemd-resolved and resolvconf : is it ok to have both installed?

    I'd stick with systemd-resolved at this point. I don't see Ubuntu going back to resolvconf. And, no, I wouldn't try to use them both.
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    Re: Company Linux Requirements

    The answer to your question depends entirely on your company's work flow. If people rely on MS Office products, then moving to Linux will be difficult. Other issues concern things like...
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    [xubuntu] Re: access denied by Kubuntu nfs server

    What if you try mounting as root with sudo? Ordinary users cannot mount anything under /mnt.
  18. Re: Looking for Launch Pad for Seniors / Elderly

    Maybe one of these might suit your needs: https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2019/08/best-app-launcher-for-ubuntu-linux
  19. [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu server installation and existing partition

    If /dev/sda5 is dispensible, you could install the new version there and leave /dev/sda6 filling the rest of the extended partition. If /dev/sda1 was used as /boot, continue to do that.

    As TheFu...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu server installation and existing partition

    If you boot this system and run "df" we can see the mount points and the amount of space in use. I'm guessing sda1 is boot and sda3 is the root filesystem?

    What's in /dev/sda5 and /dev/sda6?
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  21. Re: Looking for Launch Pad for Seniors / Elderly

    I'm not sure I understand the problem. Are you worried your mom will accidentally delete an icon? If so, the easiest solution is to make the icon file read-only. On my KDE system they are files...
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    Re: Network Performance Issue

    And the result of that telnet test was ....?
  23. [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu server installation and existing partition

    The installer has an option (the one at the bottom of the list) that lets you specify exactly how and where you want the system to be installed.
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    Re: Network Performance Issue

    Have you tried using IMAP4 instead?

    I'm much happier with a single email repository that I can backup regularly rather than distributing messages around on multiple client machines. I dropped...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: open virtual hosts in browser from local server ip address?

    Create an entry in /etc/fstab with the virtual hosts as aliases:


    192.168.1.105 www.vhost1.com www.vhost2.com www.vhost3.com etc.
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