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    Re: Getting System Errors

    Ok, I deleted the crash file a while ago but only did a reboot this morning.

    I don`t get a crash file anymore but still get this entry in the kern.log file.


    Feb 10 07:08:10 TV-server kernel:...
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    Re: Getting System Errors

    Sorry for the confusion... While checking if dkms was installed, it was mentioned that some packages were not needed anymore. So I simply did a "apt-get autoremove" and the text in my previous post...
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    Re: Getting System Errors

    Yes, it was installed and at the last version.

    It did show me that I had package to remove, and in the terminal window, some log information did contain nvidia-331...



    depmod....


    DKMS:...
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    Getting System Errors

    I am getting system errors at boot up, not alwasy but often. Checking in the logs, it seem to come from my Graphic card. It is an Asus 8400GS. Not that it causes any issue, but I would like to solve...
  5. [SOLVED] Re: Mounting array issue after upgrading to 14.04

    ](*,)...

    Mounting is solved... turned out that somehow, the name of the devices changed between 12.04 and 14.04. The name of the devices was "SCSI-SATA_WD...." and the are now "ata-WD_...". Went...
  6. [SOLVED] Mounting array issue after upgrading to 14.04

    No sure what is the problem.

    I first get a message saying
    "Scanning for btrfs filesystem"

    Then I get asked to either skip mounting to or to go in manual recovery. I first skipped and tried to...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Changing mysql password for a user

    I don`t know why but I tried this one and it worked....


    UPDATE mysql.userSET Password=PASSWORD('[password]')WHEREUser='[username]';

    Thanks.
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    [SOLVED] Changing mysql password for a user

    Good day,

    I have some issue changing the password of a specific user in mysql.

    I start mysql as root and login to the database.


    mysql -u root -p mythconverg

    and I send this command
  9. Re: Is Automatic login + lock screen possible

    Got it to work.

    Went into Session and startup and added the xscreensaver command suggested by sudodus to the Application Autostartup. The command is as listed in the thread, no more no less.
    ...
  10. Re: Is Automatic login + lock screen possible

    Maybe, where would that command be issued/located.

    I am fairly new to making a server. I am adding up features to this install. It started as a MythTV backend and now I am transfering all of my...
  11. Re: Is Automatic login + lock screen possible

    Thanks, but I am mostly interested in having the screen automatically locked after auto logon, not simply lock the screen remotely.

    As the machine will be 3 floors down, I wish to do maintenance...
  12. Is Automatic login + lock screen possible

    I will eventually put my server in the basement and do remote management from my desk upstairs. Up to a while ago I needed automatic logon to enable XVnc and I manage to make it work.

    But now I...
  13. [ubuntu] Re: Drive configuration, need help and advice

    Regarding my mounting issue, I got the solution described in this other thread of mine...

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2100614

    Just need to replace the /dev/sd... by...
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    Re: Drive assignation messing up mounting

    Got it....

    Answer is here.

    http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.file-systems.btrfs/2534/match=btrfs+fstab

    After much research (thanks to TheFu for the last hint that got me in the right...
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    Re: Drive assignation messing up mounting

    Just Googled the /dev/disk/by-id, did not knew about that, so it will definitely be a reading for tonight. Seems promising though...



    Definitely, I was trying to edit the title yesterday, but...
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    Re: Drive assignation messing up mounting

    So, I have asked the person from whom I have got the suggestion to use the btrfs filesystem, we will see what come out of that. I hope it wont be that it always worked for him... because it won`t...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Drive configuration, need help and advice

    On another topic, what are your thought about the -autodefrag option?
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Drive configuration, need help and advice

    I made a few partition using btrfs. So far so good, works well or at least I see no differences for the moment. It also seem to use much of the partition space (or maybe it does not show the space...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Interesting disk format challenge

    Little update on this one.

    I did not found any magical solution. For now, I took advantage to the fact that I have 2 exact same drives that I could use for an experiment. What did I do? I simply...
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    Re: Drive assignation messing up mounting

    Ok, I think there was some confusion. It boots ok every time for the two drives I was referring to. My issue is that the name of the device always changes. System drives is sometime /dev/sda,...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: Cannot access hard drive with bad sectors.

    +1 for everything mentioned to check if drive is faulty.

    If it is indeed faulty, I have no clue as to what is good or not to do. Could it damage more the disk to make it work or even affect the...
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    Re: Drive assignation messing up mounting

    Maybe this is my issue, my fstab is badly done or missing some features.

    Here it is


    # /etc/fstab: static file system information.
    #
    # Use 'blkid' to print the universally unique identifier...
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    Re: Drive assignation messing up mounting

    The 2 new Btrfs drives aside, the same behavior applies to all my other drives which are either ext3 or ext4. As windows consider the Windows drive to be C:\, I would expect Ubuntu (Linux) to...
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    Drive assignation messing up mounting

    Hi,

    I am in the process of building a file server and for the moment I am also salvaging data from a failed array. So I do connect and disconnect some drives depending on what I am doing with...
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    [ubuntu] Interesting disk format challenge

    Ok, so I screwed up a partition on 2 disks. But now for some reason, fdisk and parted sees both drives as 512/512, when they should be in fact 512/4096 (logical/physical).

    Is there a way without...
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