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  1. [ubuntu] What's the difference between Suspend and rctwake --mem?

    In Ubuntu 20.04, Suspend is broken (apparently a bug in Linux), at least on certain machines.

    I discovered today that I can use rtcwake instead:

    sudo rtcwake --mode=mem --date=+15days
    (rtcwake...
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    Re: bad HDD or bad filesystem?

    I have read update problems on the forums. I've been lucky in that I've never had a serious problem, perhaps because I use my computer for only simple things.

    Thanks for the suggestion. It turns...
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    Re: bad HDD or bad filesystem?

    In fairness, it's a Linux kernel update, not an Ubuntu update.
  4. [SOLVED] Re: When starting after suspend, Ubuntu is in read-only mode and everything fails

    Solution found.

    There's a bug in the latest Linux kernel.
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    Re: bad HDD or bad filesystem?

    Good question!

    The latest kernel for Ubuntu 20.04 is 5.11.0-25, and this breaks on suspend.
    I just booted into the previous kernel, 5.8.0-63, and suspend works!

    So, yes, it's to do with the...
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    Re: bad HDD or bad filesystem?

    I've also been having problems with suspending recently, to the extent that I've stopped suspending altogether.

    Maybe it's a result of a recent upgrade.

    I wonder if it's worth running Ubuntu or...
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    Re: bad HDD or bad filesystem?

    That's interesting, Impavidus. Given that the OP's disk is a mere 4 months old, though, we wouldn't expect pre-fail and especially old-age, would we?
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    Re: bad HDD or bad filesystem?

    Bad luck, there.

    If the disk is so new, the SMART diagnostics should not have been giving reports such as old-age or pre-fail. I think that you were sold a dud — did you buy it privately?
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    Re: bad HDD or bad filesystem?

    That's normal when a system shuts down without a chance to flush the cache to disk. I would be surprised if you didn't get this error under the circumstances. It simply means that the system is...
  10. [SOLVED] When starting after suspend, Ubuntu is in read-only mode and everything fails

    Suspend on Ubuntu 20.04 used to work perfectly (well, nearly; occasionally it would power down instead of suspending).

    However, recently, it has a different habit. When trying to resume from...
  11. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    I installed Xubuntu into a VM.

    I had the same results.

    As with Nautilus, Thunar can open the other servers fine, but with "sg", it also complains that it doesn't understand the file that it's...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    That gives a different response.
    "This location could not be displayed. Sorry, could not display all the contents of "[path]": The connection is closed (the underlying SSH process exited)."
    So, if...
  13. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Yes, you might have missed a couple of my posts. To summarise:


    "sftp sg" works perfectly.
    FileZilla works perfectly.
    Nautilus seems to connect with "sftp://sg", but then fails because it...
  14. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    New information. I realised that the two sftp commands weren't identical, because I forgot to add the key. This works:

    sftp -P [customport] -i ~/.ssh/[privatekey] [remoteuser]@[server]
    That one...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    That's nice, but there's a catch-22. I can't SSH to the remote computer, but in order to set up the remote computer, I have to SSH to it. Hmm.

    The the host's website created the initial key. So,...
  16. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Maybe!
  17. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Thank you. From the error messages, it seems that I can already connect. It's just that, once connected, Nautilus doesn't know what to do with it, almost as though the directory isn't a directory,...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Yes, I do. I can create, delete and modify files in it.

    But.

    Now that you mention it, in all of its subdirectories, yes, but not in the "root" (home).

    That shouldn't make a difference,...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Actually, this link has proven useful. Comparing to other servers from the same host…

    I can use the other servers without a problem from Nautilus. However, to access them, I need to give the...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Well spotted! I didn't find that in my searches. It seems that that person can connect, and only gets this error when accessing specific files. Whereas I get that error regardless when trying to...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Good idea!

    I created a brand new user, and copied across just the private key and config.

    It's the same. I can access the remote server with sftp, but Nautilus still complains, "Could not...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Well, thank you for your attempts. I do appreciate your time and effort.

    I hope that someone else has an idea.
  23. Re: Problem with installation JForex platfom.

    Please give us some information to work with.


    What version of Ubuntu do you have?
    If prior to Ubuntu 20.04, do you have a 32-bit or 64-bit system?
    Are you downloading the 32-bit or 64-bit...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Things have changed.

    I decided to delete the old key, and recreate it from scratch, but this time without a password. Maybe the password was a limiting factor? Maybe the key was corrupted?

    This...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: How can I connect to SFTP using Nautilus (Files)

    Here are the results.

    org.gnome.system.proxy ignore-hosts ['localhost', '127.0.0.0/8', '::1']
    org.gnome.system.proxy use-same-proxy true
    org.gnome.system.proxy mode 'none'...
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