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You may also see this message if you are running a build system that executes some build steps in parallel on a multi-core machine and one of those steps requires an output from the other, but the build system doesn't know it. For example: step1: generate header file that gets used by step 2 step2: run gcc to compile a .c file that includes the header ...
The script is attempting to create a directory called /logs and is failing because your user doesn't have the right to create that directory. The easy solution would be to run the script with sudo: sudo start-yarn.sh Note, however, that scripts have no business creating directories in /. What does this script do? Why would it need to create /logs? There ...
If you do not want to use /etc/fstab (e.g. bad on multi-user PCs, no root access) or don't want to save your user password to a text file in your home folder (e.g. no encrypted file system) using gvfs-mount smb://$SERVERIP/$SHARE < ~/.smbcredentials_gvfs, run this shell script on startup (or whenever you want): #!/bin/bash USERID=`id -u $USER`; # Needed ...
I solved the same problem by adding the UID info as an admin user from my Linux machine, so my /etc/fstab line now looks like this: //192.168.1.X/Multimedia /media/dungeonmultimedia cifs uid=[linuxadminuser],username=[nasadminuser],password=[nasadminpass] 0 0
It is not possible to mount these shares, no. The cifs kernel support is not build into the kernel used for the phone images. It would be possible to build an app to browse such shares using the CIFS protocol entirely in user space, but it would not be able to maintain persistent mounts or such, due to the application life cycle.
Your commands are not working because /etc/init.d/smbd and /etc/init.d/nmbd have the following at the start: if init_is_upstart; then exit 1 fi So, as the init in ubuntu is now Upstart (/etc/init.d/ is from SysV), you need to run the start-stop scripts from the directory /etc/init/. /etc/init.d/ still exists for ...
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