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    [SOLVED] Re: Best Backup Solution?

    I guess the best approach to this is to do some scripting and cron jobs to run daily or whenever you please. I do all my scripting in python :o, but you can do it in whatever you please.
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    [all variants] Re: RAID 5 Recovery Procedure

    Perfect, thank you both for your responses. Ill try to contribute to the wiki to make things clearer as there is no part on rebuilding a array of any kind.
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    [all variants] Re: RAID 5 Recovery Procedure

    Thanks,

    So basically just partition it with ect4 and plug it in?

    Sounds easy enough thanks for your help.

    Sorry about the late response.
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    [all variants] RAID 5 Recovery Procedure

    Ok first of all all of this is an assumption so I know what to expect when a RAID 5 Array that I have actually degrades and I have to recover it and I don't have to spend countless hours desperately...
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    by masterkoppa
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    [ubuntu] Re: cpu spikes

    The command your friend is probably refereing to is:
    top

    As for your problem could you open up a terminal and post the result of the following command:
    ps -e

    This will help on diagnosing...
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    [all variants] Re: FMOD package?

    Currently there is in fact no package for FMOD. There are though ppa's with the package. For more info check this bug report out, the ppa is in the comments section:...
  7. Thread: firewall

    by masterkoppa
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    [ubuntu] Re: firewall

    No matter what you have in a computer, if its going to be on a network a firewall is allways a good idea. You could try out Firestarter or Guardog. You might also find these usefull:...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu installation hiccups

    Something similar to this happened on my first ubuntu install. This was because of a badly burned cd. The LiveCD part worked flawlessly but when installing it failed to do so.

    Therefore I would...
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    [ubuntu] Re: bulldozed fstab

    Try doing:


    sudo dpkg --reconfigure util-linux

    Also try reading man fstab

    Good Luck with this issue
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    [ubuntu] Re: Skype Replacement

    If you want to chat with your skype friends, I'm afraid there are no other alternatives. For more info on why read this article: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Skype
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    [ubuntu] Re: am i 32bit or 64bit?

    Depends on what procesor you have. Besides this you should consider the pros vs cons of 32 vs 64 bit. I would recomend you red this article: 32bit vs 64bit
  12. [ubuntu] Re: I need a good ubuntu programming laptop

    Finding a laptop that worked with Ubuntu used to be a very thought task a couple of years ago. Nowadays any intel/nvidia based laptop should work out of the box without any problems.

    So following...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Cannot change permission!

    The software used for formating is called gparted. You can download it though synaptic or apt-get
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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    Sorry if this is a stupid question but what's hulu?

    BUMP
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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    wow people are really bored now a days
    bump!
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    Re: Mac Apps ported to Linux

    Usually games that have MacOS ports are the same thing except that they change the video rendering method. You could easly find out if it was possible to change the Rendering Method like in World of...
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    Re: Battle for Wesnoth 1.6

    This is correct this has been updated in Jaunty, although I think a backport would be very nice, I would suggest to download it from getdeb.net if you haven't already. This is a nice quick solution...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Init.d and rc.d files messed up

    Does Ubuntu make a backup of these files or is there a command to reset to default or any failsafe for this type of problems?
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    [kubuntu] Init.d and rc.d files messed up

    While I was resizing some partitions something very wierd happened, the gparted program disapeared. Since it had been on for a while I so I thought it had finished. To my surprise when I boot up...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Most used applications

    There's no official list to display your most used applications, as in windows, there is though a list of recently used applications. Maybe you might what to request this feature to the KDE team.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Need a IM program

    This was disabled for some reason just add it at the beginning of your original post subject. Glad to be of help. I remember being a Linux newbie just a couple months ago, but this forum is a great...
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    [ubuntu] Re: minimized windows

    Just so I can help you further what version of Ubuntu are you using (Normal Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xybuntu).

    By default it should display all currently running programs on the bottom panel.

    Note...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Removing dual-booted WinXP

    In order to work with any partitions involving the same hard disk you must use another disk or use a live cd. Your assertion about how to remove it is correct, just in case I would do a backup of all...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Enable Wireless not working

    Huh, are you sure you typed lspci correctly? As far as I know this is the correct command, just tested in my machine. Try again and make sure its typed correctly, no need for sudo or any space before...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Enable Wireless not working

    This is probably do to the drivers not being open source and not being installed by default. What wireless hardware are you using.
    To check this open a terminal and type:


    lspci

    and post the...
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