Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

Generally this is not easy. Admin hack is to install some audit system to collect such things (e.g. http://superuser.com/questions/222912/how-can-i-log-all-process-launches-in-linux) or see package acct but then how do you determine if such and such line is the script you are seeking for. BTW why do you think it has run, was there some output?


0

"You've created the user and you want that user to copy files from some location. " First of all, we give permission to file, to know who can access it. (Root user has access to all the files{He is power user.}) Now file permissions are arranged as : Owner:Group:Other Owner: One who creates the file or manually have the ownership of file Group: It would ...


2

It does look like you need to stop / kill the MySQL database first, then update: [FAIL] Stopping MySQL database server: mysqld failed! invoke-rc.d: initscript mysql, action "stop" failed. I'm not sure what the executable is called, but if it's got "sql" in it's name somewhere then running this should find it's pid (maybe among others): ps aux | grep -i ...


0

ok,it looks some wrong with installing. So, you can try dpkg -C or sudo apt-get check to find information about error code 1.


0

It looks to me as if you had mysql-server-5.5 already installed, at least the daemon mysqld is running. dpkg fails to stop this daemon. Try stopping it manually before running apt-get upgrade -f via sudo service mysqld stop.


0

The issue is that debootstrap doesn't use your local keyrings in /etc/apt/trusted.gpg or /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/, but only uses the keyrings under /usr/share/keyrings/. From Debian 8 Jessie onwards, you can simply install the (official Debian) package ubuntu-archive-keyring and it should fix your issue. On earlier Debian releases, you could make pbuilder ...


1

Without knowing how your hard drive is set up my assumption is that Ubuntu is the only OS on your hard drive and you want to add debian as a separate OS that you can boot into. What you need to do: Shrink your Ubuntu partition using a tool such as gparted Write a Debian ISO do a USB or CD Boot into that USB/CD (much like you would have done for Ubuntu) ...


1

There is a lot to say about (creating) Debian packages, and information can be overwhelming. The example below is to make the (very) first start, and create a Debian installer, as basic as it possibly gets, suited for "home" purposes. Debian packages A Debian package is in principle a scaled version of your system, seen from the perspective of the root ...



Top 50 recent answers are included