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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Two passwords, 1st normal, 2nd triggers system format ?

    that's the idea, except I wanted to take it one step further and trash the data in case something goes wrong.
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Two passwords, 1st normal, 2nd triggers system format ?

    Haha didn't know about the defibrillator technique :). Well you're right it seems like anyone with the will to hack into a system will succeed unless you really use the most advanced machinery, so I...
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    [other] How to re-mount an ecryptfs home folder ?

    Hello,
    I'm currently running ubuntu with a ecryptfs encrypted home folder.
    I'd like to migrate to a debian system while preserving my whole /home partition.

    As my home folder is encrypted using...
  4. [ubuntu] Two passwords, 1st normal, 2nd triggers system format ?

    Hi,

    I'd like to know if something like this already exists :

    have an ecryptfs encrypted user account on a laptop that accepts two logins, 1st logs normally, the second triggers a system...
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    please recommend the ideal ubuntu netbook !

    Hi!

    I'm looking for a netbook and ~8hours of battery life, that would be fully supported by ubuntu (matte display and HDMI out is a plus).

    I've read about the possibility of gpu switching under...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 10.04 LTS Server and Fake Raid Support

    Facing the same fakeRAID problem I searched around and came across this:

    http://www.mail-archive.com/ubuntu-bugs@lists.ubuntu.com/msg2283546.html

    Hoping this will help.

    regards
  7. [ubuntu] Re: cannot create ext4 filesystem on Intel P55 SATA RAID 0 volume

    Hi!

    I've tried different filsystems (ext2/3/4) none of them works.

    I've found the fakeRAID wiki page which says we should use gparted to set up the paritions, but it does not see my raid...
  8. [ubuntu] cannot create ext4 filesystem on Intel P55 SATA RAID 0 volume

    Hi!
    I've built new machine with the following specs :

    Intel Corei7 860
    Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD4 1156 motherboard with bios F11
    8Gigs of RAM

    I've crammed 4 samsung F3 1Tb in there.

    I...
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    [all variants] poor image resize quality in Firefox?

    Hi,

    under firefox images look all jaggery/blurred/altered when scaled down,

    whereas under Opera 9.64 or 10.0 resized images look really sharp and clean.

    Is there a way to configure the...
  10. [ubuntu] upgrading 7.10 to 9.04 -> lost superblock on raid-0 array

    Hi guys,
    I'm facing an unexpected difficulty with a raid-0 array made of two disks.

    The computer was running 7.10. It has three drives, one for the root '/' and the two others assembled in...
  11. [all variants] Asus P6T7 supercomputer + xeon w3540 + 24 gigs of RAM ?

    Hi guys,

    search function did not return much so I'm asking directly :

    will the current ubuntu 64bit kernel support the following hardware :

    Asus P6T7 WS SuperComputer mobo
    Intel Xeon...
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    [all variants] Re: so is the slow SATA bug fixed / fixable ?

    also tried this trick without success :

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=435706
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    [all variants] Re: so is the slow SATA bug fixed / fixable ?

    I read this page

    http://linux-ata.org/faq.html

    and tried all combinations of bios setting enhanced vs. compatible for the SATA mode and combined_mode=libata vs. combined_mode=ide with no...
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    [all variants] so is the slow SATA bug fixed / fixable ?

    Hi !

    I've been suffering from very low SATA transfer rates (5Mb/s) on 8.04, 8.10 and now 9.04 on my asus M50sv laptop,

    I believe it is the same bug as this one :
    ...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: How to activate LFS support in Hardy i386 (32bit)

    Thank you, it saved me a lot of time, I'll try that solution, it 'm sure it will work.
  16. [ubuntu] Re: How to activate LFS support in Hardy i386 (32bit)

    Thanks for helping me!

    I've tried the command and it worked, a 4.3 gigs file was created, and I could rename it using mv.

    So it looks like there is a problem with the program that creates the...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: How to activate LFS support in Hardy i386 (32bit)

    Hi!
    I'm not using samba, it is an ASCII file created by one of my programs (a log of some sort). The file is written incrementally, and is capped at 2Gb by the filesystem, whereas it should be 7Gb...
  18. [ubuntu] How to activate LFS support in Hardy i386 (32bit)

    Hello,

    How can I enable LFS in ubuntu 8.04?

    on my hardy desktop install (32 bit) I can't create or manipulate files larger than 2Gb.

    I've googled for LFS (large file support) and saw that...
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    VM with Breakpoint support?

    Hi,

    I'm now running gutsy on a AMD64X2 5200+

    I've re-installed my previous Win2K environment in VirtualBox because I need to support a software that was written for windows years ago.

    It...
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