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This is just a hint! Because I came to this question and found an answer by myself. Sometimes you can use ls -lha /dev/mapper/ or similar to see the mapped devices and you can use mount to resolve it.


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Ubuntu Server 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) reaches End of Life on April 30, 2015, a week after the date that your question was posted. Take this opportunity to download and install Ubuntu Server 14.04, which will be supported by security and maintenance updates until April, 2019. Ubuntu Server 14.04 cannot be installed on a potato, but it does support a wide variety ...


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I have now found the date on the Ubuntu Releases Site. It is April the 30th 2015.


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I am using an Ubuntu host with a Windows 7 guest. I had the same problem, until I went into the 'Computer' folder on the guest system. If you have loaded the guest additions disc image, it should appear in the CD drive of the guest system. Manually open it, and look for the VBoxWindosAdditions application. Open this and follow the set-up instructions.


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Something (app, DB, util) is consuming all of your proc table on boot. I suggest going in single user mode and turning off all non-root process using chkconfig and then reboot. Once you are in on the console, you can start things manually one at a time and determine which process is killing your server. You will notice the load average go up by using ...


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Well, seems like mrxt needs some packages, too. You need to install them first. Please try this aptitude update && aptitude upgrade aptitude install -y libqtcore4:i386 libqtgui4:i386 You also need libopencv-highgui2.3 which doesn't seem to be in the lucid repositories. But it's listed in precise.


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Source. In order to work with CDR images you need to install some delegates for ImageMagick. In order to convert CDR files you need to install uniconvertor for CDR delegate: sudo apt-get install python-uniconvertor List of all delegates: convert -list delegate By default it outputs: cdr => "uniconvertor" "%i" "%o.svg"; mv ...


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The answer is right in the logmessage, the domainname of the system is not set: just try: domainname localdomain nfs4 needs the domainname ... Probably you are mounting an nfs4 share. Check your NAS or whatever


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If your DVR supports rtsp, you can monitor multiple channels via vlc plugin in firefox. Create a blank html file with following content: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <title>Net Surveilance</title> <body> <embed type="application/x-vlc-plugin" pluginspage="http://www.videolan.org" width="550" height="400" ...


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For Nvidia cards. 1st GPU > cat /proc/driver/nvidia/gpus/0/information Model: GeForce GTX 680 IRQ: 24 GPU UUID: GPU-71541068-cded-8a1b-1d7e-a093a09e9842 Video BIOS: 80.04.09.00.01 Bus Type: PCIe DMA Size: 40 bits DMA Mask: 0xffffffffff Bus Location: 0000:01.00.0 2nd GPU > cat /proc/driver/nvidia/gpus/1/information ...


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You can install Play on Linux (POL), then install the IE6 only. After installation in the settings install the vcrun6 libraries (this includes mfc42.dll as well). Then run your OCX setup software supplied with your DVR in the POL settings Miscellaneous pane - run exe file in this virtual drive and install the OCX. After successful setup of OCX run the ...



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