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During installation someone provided the system with a user name and a password after setting up the partitions. You need those. It is possible to retrieve the user name by booting up into recovery mode (see the link) and checking doing a ls /home. The username is shown as a directory. sudo passwd {username} will let you set a new password. After you do exit ...


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You can do everything you need from the desktop edition, provided you install the needed software. More importantly, server actually removes some features from desktop edition, which don't make particularly much sense for an enterprise server installation, but you might want available for your purposes. So you might prefer to stay with Ubuntu Desktop, or ...


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Try a different mirror, like to the non-regional specific http://archive.ubuntu.com. Doing this is covered here. You can also find out more mirrors on the Wiki.


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Find the user with this cronjob Thats the output from a cron job. do: sudo grep -R "/usr/local/vesta/bin/v-update-sys-queue backup" /etc/cron* /var/spool/cron/crontabs that will show hopefully what cron job is causing the output you can then ever delete it or direct its output to /dev/null Delete the cronjob Okay now you know the user the cronjob is ...


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If your ISP (or your government) is intercepting your outgoing connection to port 53 then one thing you can do is set up a VPN to a server outside your country and route the DNS traffic through it. It will cost you a few $/month though. If this is an option search the net for "VPN servers". Don't be tempted to use a free VPN, DNS is way too important to ...


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You can only extend / resize the physical partition if the file system is unmounted. The only exception is if you use LVM. If you use LVM you would first add or extend the physical volume, then extend the logical volume, then extend the file system. With LVM, adding a new physical partition, sdb1 in this example. First make a partition on /dev/sdb, either ...


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How do I get it over and into my server to be displayed for all the world to see? As your question has 2 parts, I will try to answer them both. Firstly, the "How do I get it over" part. You just need to install ssh server program on your ubuntu box and then ssh from your windows 7 by using putty. Putty is better for administrating your ubuntu server, ...


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the problem is that windows uses a different new line than linux, so when copying the key from windows to linux, there is a \n at the end of the line that you can not see on linux in the editor. If you tail the /var/log/auth.log and try to login, the error is like: sshd: error: key_read: uudecode AAAAB3N[....]==\n If you change your key on windows so ...


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Use /WEB-INF/duke.gif However, you need to access it as a resource from the servlet context. In your JSP: <% ServletContext ctx = request.getServletContext(); InputStream stream = ctx.getResourceAsStream("/WEB-INF/duke.gif"); %> I hope this helps...



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