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    [server] Re: Samba configuration help

    If you want to specify a different folder you can put that in the share with

    path = /some/directory/%U
    It s usually and by default
    path=/home/%U
    Actually there are a number pre-defined of...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Computer won't shutdown

    I have automated backups to a remote server so I think my backups are fine. It actually seems to be running better than it was.
    I did run fsck on the filesystems and they came out fine.
    I didn't...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Computer won't shutdown

    Sorry I've been away for a long weekend.

    But I got the same output with the shutdown command and with reboot as well. I tried the systemctl reboot after the others had failed. The computer seemed...
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    [lubuntu] Computer won't shutdown

    This mornintg I have one computer that won't shutdown. I tried reboot, shutdown and the commands below.


    # systemctl reboot
    Failed to set wall message, ignoring: Connection timed out
    Failed to...
  5. Re: Stuck in Busybox because sda6 can't mount

    When you dump into busybox, simply type "help"
    That will give you a list of commands you can use. Sorry, I don't remember what they are. But if you google busy box you can get a list but it also...
  6. Re: Stuck in Busybox because sda6 can't mount

    Looks to me like an error in the /etc/fstab file preventing /dev/sda6 from mounting on boot.
    Can you cut and past the contents of that file into a reply - Please use code tags
    You may need to...
  7. [SOLVED] Re: 2 swapfiles in /opt, but only one list in fstab?

    Could you please elaborate on why?
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    Re: Zip drives

    Don't see the zip drive. Was it connected and did it have media in it?

    If tyhe parallel port on the motherboard or on a pci card?

    Is the parallel port device in Ubuntu?
    Open a terminal/console...
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    Re: Zip drives

    In a terminal <crtl> <alt> T

    $ lsblk

    Should list all devices. If you put media in it it should tell you what it is.
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    Re: 403 Forbidden

    I just got the error again editing one of my own posts.
    https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2467600
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    Re: Zip drives

    Have your tried just connecting it? Often stuff just works.
    I'd try that first. Shutdown, hook up the ZIP Drive and restart.
    Then start Gnome Disks and see if it's recognized.

    Then there's...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: Certain web addresses time out- It's BACK

    Thanks, but I'm skeptical. The problem started before the end of the month and continues. If the certificates were expired I'd expect to see an error related to the invalid certificate. I'm getting a...
  13. [ubuntu] Certain web addresses time out- It's BACK

    I had a similar problem some months ago. I was unable to reach my bank's website from our LAN. any connection would time out. I worked on it for months with the bank and posted about it here....
  14. Re: rdiff-backup giving Python errors

    You hace a server named romulus? I also have remus. The are a pair with slightly different tasks.
  15. [ubuntu_budgie] Re: NVIDIA driver update problem - can't switch to nouveau

    Simply remove the ppa from your sources. It won't hurt anything. That ppa has drivers for various graphic chips.

    sudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:launchpad.net/graphics-drivers/ppa/ubuntu/
    I...
  16. [ubuntu_budgie] Re: NVIDIA driver update problem - can't switch to nouveau

    I've done this before by purging all nividia packages. This may not be the cleanest way but it worked for me;


    $ sudo apt purge *nvidia*
    $ sudo reboot

    You might wat to add --dry-run to the...
  17. Re: My ISP says I have 350,000 inodes and I can't find them

    inode probably means index node, but it is a pointer to the location on the filesystem for the information in a file, directory or other thing. The number of inodes is usually fixed when the...
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    Re: Older CPU out-pacing newer one

    If Pop! helped that much on your slower computer, I wonder what it would do on the other faster one?
  19. [ubuntu] Re: Cannot remove items from full disk

    Not lhammonds but,

    Since all of your LVs are in the root folder you can certainly move some of them to root, edit /etc/fstab then delete the LVs you moved and expand root to get more space there....
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    Re: Older CPU out-pacing newer one

    I don't know about yours but my Lenova laptop has an alphameric model number which indicates the complete original specification including all original options. Of course if you update anything that...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ms teams

    I've used teams for Linux on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. I had some issues getting the mic to work. I was able to open a Teams session and test the input and output. I was able to make it work. Sorry I can't...
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    Re: Software RAID1 configuration

    As I was asking about the UUIDs of the drives. See the link below:
    https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/52321/using-uuids-with-mdadm

    What does
    # cat /proc/mdstat show when you have a drive...
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    [SOLVED] Re: IPtables rules not persistant

    OK I found the answer. Apparently some time ago (years) I have edited /etc/network/interfaces to read the /etc/iptables.rules file and install the rules saved there. I edited that file...
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    [SOLVED] IPtables rules not persistant

    I had a problem with one of my 18.04 computers (formerly 16.04) that has a bunch of site specific iptables.rules. The onboard NIC went out. I installed a new NIC and it started working immediately as...
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    Re: Software RAID1 configuration

    Did you use mdadm to create the arrays or lvm2?
    Did you use uuid to define the arrays or diid you use device names?
    If you use device names and you disconnect one drive then the device names may...
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