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    [SOLVED] Re: Copied Files larger then orignal

    Hi everyone,
    It seems as though the block size is the issue here. It is what I first thought but when the disk capacity went to 1.4TB from 770GB I thought it was too far off to be that. ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Freezes on Boot

    Looks like you are freezing while it loads information about your disk. Have you tried to remove the Hard drive and boot with the LiveCD? Does that work? If so your drive or disk controller may be...
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    [SOLVED] Copied Files larger then orignal

    So here is my issue and I find it rather odd. I have a disk that has reached its capacity. So I went an bought a new disk with larger capacity and I am trying to transfer the 1TB of data to it but...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Adito invalid credentials problem

    I too have had this issue. I have been unable to resolve the issue so when the system reboots I get locked out. My only way to bypass the problem is I have a cron job running every 6 mins which...
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    [ubuntu] Re: bash: sudu: command not found

    No worries we all make these mistakes especially when the caffeine levels are low.
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    [ubuntu] Re: bash: sudu: command not found

    The command you need to use is sudo not sudu. That should fix your issue.
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Can i make the /tmp folder delete files on shutdown and not on app's closing?

    At first I thought you could write an rc script to do this. While researching I found this: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=13703

    Hope it works for you.
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    [ubuntu] Re: mail server configuration

    You have a few options here. One you could use a program like Xuheki This mail client allows you grab mail from multiple accounts.

    Or you could set up a local mail server with a webmail client...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: Windows NTFS partition(HDD) marked as read-only

    Its been a while since I played with ntfs but it seems you are not using the ntfs-3g driver to mount the ntfs partition.

    Make sure the the driver is installed:
    sudo dpkg -l|grep ntfs-3g
    This...
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    [all variants] Re: 2 Users logged in? or is it 1?

    If anyone cares after some patching/upgrading the issue no longer presents itself. Seems to have been a bug or something that is now fixed.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Two physical HDDs, one logical partition

    This is possible. I am going to make some assumptions though.

    - You have two, 1TB drives or two drives totaling 2TB.
    - You have a separate disk with the OS already installed.

    I did this using...
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    [all variants] Re: 2 Users logged in? or is it 1?

    Can anybody elaborate further? I just rebooted the box and it still states 2 users when I know there is only 1 user active on the system.
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    [all variants] Re: 2 Users logged in? or is it 1?

    Hey thanks for the replies.
    I forgot to mention that I am using Ubuntu Server so no GUI/X-Server and I am not logged into the physical machine. The 'users' command only shows that I am logged in.
    ...
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    [all variants] 2 Users logged in? or is it 1?

    I have checked google and the forums yet no luck to finding this answer. I am hoping that somebody has a proper answer.

    When I run the uptime command I get the following:

    ~$ uptime
    13:14:56...
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    [ubuntu] Re: RocketRAID 1740 - 8.04

    I don't have a RAID card myself but as for the software you are trying to install RPM's as you stated are not installable by apt. That's because RPM's are for REDHAT flavor's of Linux ie...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Firefox problem.

    The re-size of the window helped me. What I did was F11 so I could see the window. Exited Maximized mode, re-sized the window so that it fit the screen properly. Closed off Firefox and restarted...
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    [ubuntu] Re: virtualbox help

    Hmmm. that seems odd. When was the last time you updated apt? Can you try running an sudo apt-get update and then run the commands I provided.

    If that doesn't work you can download the headers...
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    [ubuntu] Re: virtualbox help

    I just upgraded my system and had to re-install drivers. To be sure you are getting the Linux headers for your kernel run the following:


    $sudo apt-get isntall linux-headers-`uname -r`
    $sudo...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: Cannot SSH into networked machine

    If you migrated to Ubuntu from Fedora make sure that the Client's known_hosts [located in your user folder /home/usernamee/.ssh/known_hosts] file has the correct information in regards to the new...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Problems Installing Ubuntu

    It would be helpful if you mentioned the version of Ubuntu you installed as well as the hardware your running it on.
  21. Thread: Fax server

    by thinkdez
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    [ubuntu] Re: Fax server

    Not sure what you have tried so far but I just installed the server yesterday. Provided your modem is compatible with Linux then you can install hylafax from the repositories:


    #sudo apt-get...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Automatic Shell Logout

    I feel stupid...... I was running the commands in a separate script and the system wasn't recognizing the exit command as it was exiting the shell of the script. doh!!!

    Thanks for your help.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Automatic Shell Logout

    Correct. Purely text session in the terminal. User connects via SSH
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    [ubuntu] Re: Automatic Shell Logout

    I think I wasn't clear when I stated my issue but when the user logs in the program would load up automatically via .bashrc file. That way the user would only be allowed to use that application. ...
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    [ubuntu] Automatic Shell Logout

    I think this is possible but I am not sure how to do it. I hope someone knows how.

    I want to run a command when a user logs in. When the command is done executing I want the system to log the...
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