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After following the responses in another post here on AU I got the RAID arrays coming back up as expected. I then discovered all my VG's inside /dev/raidvg and was able to successfully mount them.


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I see several options. Set up your program to use the proxy. The details on how to do that differ from program to program. Unfortunately, you don't mention which program you want to use the proxy. Set the https_proxy environment variable for your program, hoping that it will respect it. Transparently force it to use your proxy using either httppc, ...


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I wrote a python script that will automate the apache virtual host creation steps ... this video explains how, download/code on GitHub


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Test this: Run it: sudo -i apt-get update apt-get install --reinstall aptitude deborphan aptitude remove '?and(?reverse-depends(lubuntu),?not(?reverse-depends(?exact-name(ubuntu))))' apt-get dist-upgrade deborphan apt-get --purge remove $(deborphan) deborphan --libdevel apt-get --purge remove $(deborphan --libdevel) deborphan --find-config dpkg --purge ...


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USB drive must be 2Gb size, 1 GB isnt enough for 14.04. The procedure is simple: 1. Download live ISO image; 2. Copy it into USB drive (either ISO content or image itself; I've used some Live Usb Creator, see link in the page below); 3. Boot from USB drive. Details: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/FromUSBStick


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For me looks like you want ssh linux-user@linux-host "your script" from Android. This will need installation of ssh client on Android device. Somehow ssh client must be compiled for particular hardware / Linux kernel of the Android device. Alternative is to find Java ssh client library that provides command execution and write Android app for this. If ...


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Try to press [Ctrl+E] during POST and configure your VDs again in the FakeRAID firmware, then choose the desired boot VD. After this, restarting the Ubuntu installation process should offer you the fake RAID volumes. However, you won't be able to complete the installation successfully because of bug #1370368 which prevents GRUB from installing. Even if you ...


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You need to forward port 80 and port 8080 (alternative for port 80) so you can access your web server. You can forward ports like 21 (if you want to have access to ftp from outside world) and 22 (access to ssh).


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It looks to me like almost all the big drives are already mounted, from the lsblk listing. The linked answer says to look under "drives" in Nautilus, but if it's not working then just browsing to the mount points (folders) should work. sda1 is on /media/f9b18a81-df67-4629-8ba4-e57698667825 sdb2 is on /media/Data disk sdc2 is on /media/Data disk_ Only ...


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If you're not reading the drives, it might be a partition table problem. I would recommend running a live CD on USB (or CD if you roll that way). And then running testdisk. From testdisk, you can repair your partition table, recover files, and even recover some deleted files which haven't been overwritten a lot. Some links: ...


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In order for your proxy server to be able to pass your request to and the response back from the jenkins server on 8080, it'll have to be available, at least to itself, at jenkins_box:8080. Restricting access: From the wider internet If both the jenkins instance and the proxy server are running on the same machine (as in your case), all you need to do to ...


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For those of you managing your servers remotely you can: update the dns-nameservers line in /etc/network/interfaces # ifdown eth01; ifup eth01 Notice that this has to be on one line divided with ; (the linux command line separator). You should not even lose your current connection. The exception is making a typo in the interfaces file. If this happens ...


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Have you done all the proper port forwarding on your router? Look for a tutorial here.


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Having 2 DHCP servers on the same network is definitely not a good idea, so I would do one of the 3 options below: Turn the DHCP service off on the Bell and add a wireless card (capable of playing AP) to the server and have it as the DHCP server DMZ the server, but don't give it DHCP capabilites and run everything that needs to be connected to the server ...


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I solved this problem the "old fashioned way": I put a terminal on the server. But I just tried using the XTerminal remotely again and it connected. So we'll chalk this up to "just one of those things." Thank you to everyone who replied.


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Your problem is that there is no package available for 14.10 - the PPA only has packages for versions up through 13.04. See the PPA info here for supported versions. It appears that the PPA hasn't been updated for going on two years. You can try contacting the maintainer to see if there are any plans to update the packages, but it appears that this is an ...


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:-) If you don't use vi on a daily basis, wherever you see vi, it's safe to replace it by nano. Both are terminal text editors and nano is just a little bit easier to use then vi. Screenshot of nano /etc/host.conf As you can see, the lower 2 lines contain the most used commands and even a built-in help system. Ctrl+G to go to the help page. Everything ...


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I fixed the problem by following this tutorial: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-configure-bind-as-a-private-network-dns-server-on-ubuntu-14-04 That got me as far as being able to access the Apache default page and the Wiki from all clients, including wireless clients, with no special configuration client-side. What I still couldn't ...


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I've had this problem before and it can be caused by a countless number of things (for me it was a script that ran on login that was crashing). So I cant help with a fix but I can point you to the possible problem. First take a look at your logs to see what error is causing your account to be logged out straight away. they should be located in var/log/ ...


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Output of sudo apt-get update which you have provided here has two problem “Hash sum mismatch” error and "GPG ERROR" These two problem is already discussed here( fro "Hash sum mismatch") and here (for "GPG ERROR"). Resolving these two error will solve your problem as you are not able to fetch the latest version of software available be in the ...


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This script will execute the biggest chunks on the console: Clean apt cache Remove config files left from uninstalled .deb packages (happens if you don't use the --purge switch with apt-get) Remove every kernel except the one you are using Empty the trashes of every user(including root) create a file with this content and give it executable rights: ...


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It could be a couple of things. First, see if port 25 is blocked by your ISP. If it is, change your configuration to use port 587. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2010514 Second, this person found that commenting out a couple lines does the trick: #default_transport = error #relay_transport = error ...


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hd-idle requires root to work with the files in /proc/diskstats because /proc/ and /dev/ owned by root. I wouldn't advise changing the ownership, but perhaps you can add your user account to the dial out group. $sudo usermod -a -G dialout <user-name> Then you can try doing things like accessing hardware You could also try changing the group ...


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If the same PDF on the same server on another Windows laptop works, you've got a Windows issue on the first laptop... Where in Windows is another question altogether. I would try Foxit instead of Adobe first, but it's my humble opinion you should ask this question on http://SuperUser.com (a sister site of AskUbuntu) as they have better Windows experts ...


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Perhaps this will work: sudo iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport ssh -j ACCEPT


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Do you have any tcpwrappers ? Start the logging in the server : tail -f /var/log/auth.log Try to ssh from the client and paste the error logs. I think ssh known_hosts is causing the issue. Just backup and clear the known_host file and try again


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You'll want to select the Multi Install path in order to place your services on your existing seven machines. It should work fine with single disks on each machine. This link should get you started with the installer, juju, and maas. http://ubuntu-cloud-installer.readthedocs.org/en/latest/multi-installer.guide.html


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In order to get around this issue which is a windows issue you will need to add some different "hosts" at least in name in your windows host file. 192.168.0.100 server1alias1 server1alias1 192.168.0.100 server1alias2 server1alias2 After that you can login using the different information. \\server1alias1\folder1 as user user1 ...


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Running the following command will do: sudo apt-get autoremove From the man page: autoremove is used to remove packages that were automatically installed to satisfy dependencies for other packages and are now no longer needed. Additionally, You can also run the following to remove any partially downloaded or broken package: sudo apt-get autoclean ...


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With a bit of playing around I've managed to come up with a semi solution (not perfect but good enough) using 2707974 answer and information I've gained else where I've been able to get what I need. First you need vsftp and PAM installed apt-get install vsftpd libpam-pwdfile Edit /etc/vsftpd.conf nano /etc/vsftpd.conf then paste in the following ...


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Try with this manual. Maybe will work for You. How to do it Install vsftpd and a PAM library Edit /etc/vsftpd.conf and /etc/pam.d/vsftpd Create user accouts with custom directories (in /var/www/ for example) Set directories with the correct chmod and chown Create a admin user with full access to the server Install vsftpd (Very Secure FTP Deamon) and ...


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I finally found it! It was hidden in the kernel parameters. Mark packets was just not working, but with a new Kernel option in the kernel 3.16+ make it works: sysctl -w net.ipv4.tcp_fwmark_accept=1 http://themediaserver.com/bypass-vpn-connections-via-specifics-ports/ Thanks!


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For visual monitoring of overall RAM usage, if you use Byobu, it will keep your memory usage in the lower right-hand corner of the terminal and will run while you are in any terminal session. As you can see from screenshot, my virtual machine has a 1h3m uptime, 0.00 load, has 2.8GHz (virtual) processor and 994MB (21%) of the RAM available on the system.


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14.10 is a version of Ubuntu with a shorter support period. Problems are solved more quickly on this version, but it also has more problems. For stability, always choose LTS versions. See this Q&A for more info. Furthermore, copy-paste or cut-paste should make no difference, however the way you remove the USB disk has an impact. If you just yank it ...


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You'll have to use either some form of iptables destination-based forwarding rule, or use Apache or nginx as a proxy. For nginx: sudo apt-get install nginx Create a virtual server configuration of the form: server { server_name notebooks; location / { proxy_pass http://localhost:8888; proxy_redirect default; } access_log ...


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The problem is that the list program does not understand "-tr | tail -1" as a command argument and is returning an error. You need to use ftp_rawlist($conn_id, "-tr"); and process the list after it returns. This web site has a bunch of examples working with the results from the command.


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I'm not terribly experienced with this, so I'm not sure what the rough edges are, but fbterm works for me on the rare occasion I don't boot into X. It comes with fairly basic gpm-like mouse support, meaning you can select and paste text, but I haven't succeeded in making Vim read the mouse like it would in an xterm. Basically you use a framebuffer driver ...


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The "classic" version without DE (Desktop Environment) is called Ubuntu Server. I never heard of "Server" being called "Professional", but I never had one either, so this is possible, the other way round would make no sense. And yes, you can install DEs like Unity, Cinnamon, xfce,... on a Server to give it a GUI.


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Well, stupid me. I forgot to modify the fstab file. If anyone has the same problem as me then this is how I solved it. Find your drive you want to mount by using sudo fdisk -l I found that my device is named /dev/sdb1 so I then typed sudo vim /etc/fstab and enter in the following at the end of the page. (insert, esc :wq!) /dev/yourdevicehere ...


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I had the same error but I created the symlink with the root user and tried to chmod with another user. Make sure you use the same user for both actions...


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So first of all ubuntu manage to create a long how to (https://help.ubuntu.com/14.04/serverguide/openldap-server.html) about LDAP which omits an important phase: You would have to run sudo dpkg-reconfigure slapd after you installed slapd and select : NO - your.domain.com - Organisation name - password - password - HDB - YES - YES - NO I found the solution ...


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Huh, looks like I found a bug with the way 14.04 is installed. It turns out that whilst my USB card was eth2 on install, it got reassigned eth1 afterward, and the system tried to connect on eth2 (whatever eth2 may be, unless the onboard modem or wireless card counts as an ethernet interface). Replacing eth2 with eth1 in /etc/network/interfaces and bringing ...


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This is called the "message of the day" or motd and by default is stored in /etc/motd. It is a bash script so all you need to do is execute it. In case you want to add your own use /etc/motd.tail. More details here and from the link: Let’s say you want to add a custom message users will see when they log into your Ubuntu system. Ubuntu’s MOTD is ...


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As the comment above states, I may have not provided enough information to answer the question. That said, to fix my problem the network team at my workplace had to mark my MAC address for entry into the specific vlan used.


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I am missing the Options Indexes FollowSymLinks Includes ExecCGI in your myapp.conf. As of Apache-2.4 mod_authz_host is used and Require (example Require all granted) should be used. By the way... this: You don't have permission to access / on this server. I remember from the apache as the default when using httpd.conf. Are you sure the ...


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htop does it right, and reads free/used memory the same way as the line +/- buffers/cache shows in free -m output. Check this thread about the details: https://discuss.newrelic.com/t/why-do-free-and-or-top-show-different-memory-usage-than-the-new-relic-ui/273


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It's gone! whoopsie is definitely not installed on your system any more as I get a ton more when I do a locate whoopsie! (For the low quality queue reviewers: Yep, that's it. That's all the user was asking)


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sudo apt-get install ffmpeg This will also install the libav-tools by default


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sudo service ssh restart will not do it. You need to restart sshd, not ssh: sudo service sshd restart


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You not need apache on server for subdomains. You need apache only for web. Enough is to create record on dns server, probably on godaddy. ichat.example.io A xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx type of record is A xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is ip of your server When anybody will to go on your irc server practical will connect to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:irc_port.



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