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    [ubuntu] USB drive automatically unmounts

    I've got a problem, a while a go I ran out of both SATA ports and PCI expansion slots in my Ubuntu (home) Server and I also ran out of storage space, as I needed more space I popped in a 2TB drive...
  2. [ubuntu] How would I move a standalone Ubuntu Server to an virtual server (ESXi)

    I need to move an ubuntu server to a virtual server and everything on it with users, etc. The most logical way would be to move the entire HDD to an virtual disk on VMWare ESXi but how would I do...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Apache2 can't reach subdomain

    Never mind I fixed it, I had a default host for all invalid subdomains but seems like it got in conflict with the dev subdomain so I removed the default host and added so that www.example.com and...
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    [ubuntu] Apache2 can't reach subdomain

    Okay so I'm running apache2 with a couple of virtual hosts and 2 of those are running on the same domain. Now my problem is that one of those is suppose to run on a sub domain autv.example.com and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: New harddrive

    Thanks but what if I don't know the names of my databases? Or if the mysqldump binary is one of the broken files on that harddrive?
  6. [ubuntu] How do I restore MySQL Databases from files?

    How do I restore MySQL Databases from an old hdd with Ubuntu on it which won't boot?

    Information below is not necessary just explaining how I ended up in this situation.


    This is the story
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    [ubuntu] Re: New harddrive

    Yeah that's what I hope for however before I try I want to know how to manually copy the databases since I don't know how many tries the disk got left if any.
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    [ubuntu] Re: New harddrive

    Well turns out the hdd is actually broken now. When I tried to boot the system it said something about broken harddrive press enter to continue and I did which took me to a screen saying GRUB in the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: New harddrive

    Yeah I kinda knew that, it's mainly the verification part I'm wondering about. What's the best way to know everything is intact.
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    [ubuntu] New harddrive

    I feel that my old hdd is failing and have therefor bought a new harddrive. What would be the best way for me to replace the old drive without loosing any data. The new drive is larger then the old...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Match Address

    So can I use Match to only allow the sftp-visitors to connect from the net and let anyone connect from 192.168.0.0/24?
    My version is 1:5.1p1-6ubuntu2 according to that command.

    You're really nice...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Chroot SFTP

    Woah thanks, just one last thing if I'm going to use sftp I will still need to access the server via ssh locally as before so how would only allow to use this from the internet but still use all...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Restricted FTP access

    Both for me and some of my friends to access, however I don't want them to be able to login with the account over ssh and mess with my stuff executing commands and stuff. Even tho they are my friends...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Restricted FTP access

    Yeah well I would kinda need both on that port in that case and separate them with hostname or something but if it's not possible it's cool I can manage without from there. However what I'm afraid of...
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    [ubuntu] Restricted FTP access

    If it's to much to read only read the following 3 rows.

    I want to share a folder in my home directory and the subdirectories of that folder but nothing more and I only want to allow read access to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Server freezing when downloading fast

    Bump again, please someone help me.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Server freezing when downloading fast

    Bump
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    [ubuntu] Server freezing when downloading fast

    When I download fast and much my server freeze however if I don't download anything the server can run for weeks without problems but as soon I start downloading fast it doesn't take long until the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Freeze in Jaunty

    I'm running Ubuntu Server 9.10 Karmic Koala and have huge problem with these freezes, it seems to be related to high network traffic since the freezes doesn't seem to happen when I'm not using the...
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    [ubuntu] Samba suddenly stopped working

    Well I were watching a movie which I had on my samba server and suddenly the movie stopped so at first I though it was something with the network but after several tests it turns out it wasn't so I...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: Is it safe to open SSH to the internet (port 22)?

    I just relised I didn't post this in "Security Discussion" section, sorry my mistake, well it's kinda solved now I guess so it shouldn't matter anymore.
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Is it safe to open SSH to the internet (port 22)?

    Well I kinda got 3 home network all with their own external ip adress where one network is just for my server and worksations. So allowing access to the entire home work network isn't really a...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: Is it safe to open SSH to the internet (port 22)?

    Well I'm kinda going to access it on the local network as well, I don't have a monitor connected to the server so I only access it via ssh from my MacBook Pro or one of my desktops (running FreeBSD...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Is it safe to open SSH to the internet (port 22)?

    And then if I set sshd in host.allow to only allow the remote static IP and 192.168.0.0 and set sshd in host.deny to all the chance that someone would hack my personal home server would be close to 0.
  25. [SOLVED] Re: Can anyone give me a reason NOT to use ubuntu on thi?

    Got me thinking of
    http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/surgery.png
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