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    [ubuntu] GRUB install with RAID troubles

    Hi,

    In preparation for a new build, I installed Ubuntu Server 12.04.2 x64 on a VM, and did a clean install over it to see how things coped (not so well, apparently).

    Right at the end of the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Upgrade Advice

    Indeed you're right. I'd overlooked it - apologies. /boot is RAID1; swap and the root partition are both RAID5.


    george@bright2a:~$ cat /proc/mdstat
    Personalities : [linear] [multipath] [raid0]...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Upgrade Advice

    As I've learnt... ](*,)
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    [ubuntu] Upgrade Advice

    About a year ago, I built my first machine using Ubuntu Server 11.04. I made 2 rookie mistakes - not using an LTS release, and secondly putting said OS on the same mdadm RAID5 array as all of the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Server or Desktop?

    Actually both the desktop and server versions of Precise have 5 years support, so there's no difference there.

    As far as a GUI is concerned, I'd start with a bare install of Ubuntu Server, and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: php page shows 500 server error

    There really are some very basic errors in that log... for the future, it may benefit him to put


    error_reporting(-1);

    at the top of all his scripts - that will show all the errors... unless...
  7. Thread: Php 5.2

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    [ubuntu] Re: Php 5.2

    Is compiling from source an option? It would keep PHP away from the package manager, which may be the way to go if you want to stick with an old version.
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    [ubuntu] Re: yet another permissions question

    There'll be a way to do it with ACLs, but I'm not very experienced with them. In the meantime, try adding the following under the share in smb.conf:


    create mask = 0770
    directory mask = 0770
    ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: My first server small problem

    Yep.. fussy :)

    Have you completely cleared all of your browsing data in Chrome?
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    [ubuntu] Re: My first server small problem

    Times out. Check your router.
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    [other] Re: Poblem while upgrading hardy to lucid

    Try apt-get -f install. If still no luck, I had a package problem recently and aptitude seemed to be better than apt-get at resolving unmet dependencies.
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    [ubuntu] Re: My first server small problem

    I've never experienced that with phpMyAdmin, but the first thing I'd do is clear your browser cache, cookies.. the lot, then close all instances of your browser and try again. pMA can be quite fussy....
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    [ubuntu] cpu temperature readings never change

    Hi,

    I assembled a home server in July, initially with FreeNAS on but then Ubuntu Server 11.04. The CPU temperatures reported by both have never read anything other than 45 and 39C (whether it's...
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    [SOLVED] Re: resizing raid arrays

    george@bright2a:/boot$ sudo du -h --max-depth=1
    1.5M ./grub
    12K ./lost+found
    22M .

    You're a genius :D
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    [SOLVED] Re: resizing raid arrays

    Yep.. everything to do with apt-get seems to come back to 'E: Unmet dependencies.'... even when using -f.


    george@bright2a:~$ sudo apt-get remove --purge linux-image-2.6.38-8-generic-pae
    Reading...
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    [SOLVED] Re: resizing raid arrays

    Nope. Running out of space has really messed up the package manager... might just go for a clean install.
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    [SOLVED] Re: resizing raid arrays

    Failed again with the same errors...


    george@bright2a:~$ uname -r
    2.6.38-12-generic-pae
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    [SOLVED] Re: resizing raid arrays

    Thanks again. You're right; this is my /boot:


    george@bright2a:/boot$ sudo du -h --max-depth=1
    1.5M ./grub
    12K ./lost+found
    82M .


    george@bright2a:/boot$ ls
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    [SOLVED] Re: resizing raid arrays

    Thanks for your reply. I've done apt-get autoremove. It's 100MB; du is saying 82MB is used.
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    [SOLVED] resizing raid arrays

    Hi,

    I've just tried a dist-upgrade on my home server and from the errors found that the /boot partition is completely full. These are the raid arrays on the server:


    george@bright2a:~$ cat...
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    [ubuntu] Re: The server dont run my website

    Change '$con = @mysql_connect(...' to '$con = mysql_connect(...' (no @ symbol) and put 'error_reporting(-1);' at the top of your code. Post any error messages you get when visiting the page.
  22. [SOLVED] Re: Access denied for user when trying to connect to mysql

    Put error_reporting(-1) at the top of your php code, then post the complete error message.
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    [ubuntu] Re: running phpMyAdmin setup script

    Could you manually download phpMyAdmin, and use the config files included on your installation? Just an idea.

    IMO the phpMyAdmin package is more trouble than it's worth... I much prefer the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: NAS Setup - Ubuntu or FreeNAS

    FreeNAS is a watered down version of FreeBSD - it's only something like 40MB when installed - nothing like a server OS. At one point I think the plan was to switch to Debian, but something happened...
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    [ubuntu] Re: NAS Setup - Ubuntu or FreeNAS

    I originally had a FreeNAS box, but then converted it to an Ubuntu server. FreeNAS is very much set and forget, and it's worth noting that FreeNAS is a NAS OS, while Ubuntu is a full blown server OS....
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