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if ubuntu 14.04 Desktop or Server, you can restart you network by: sudo -i ( ifdown $(ifquery --list -X lo|xargs echo) && ifup $(ifquery --list -X lo|xargs echo) )&


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Can you just use system-monitor (pre-installed), its closer to Windows task manager but can start/stop services Or open a terminal and run top another I found is Boot-Up Manager (BUM) It looks simple, may suit your needs sudo apt-get install bum I know it says boot up but can stop start services too. There is also jobs-admin, says it is like bum ...


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Ubuntu switched to systemd as its service framework starting in 15.04 for all flavors, including Desktop and Server. The recommended practice is to change your upstart jobs to systemd jobs (see the wiki article for more info). You can also switch back to upstart if you want, which is certainly the quicker fix. I recommend you read the first few sections of ...


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The service is ssh, not sshd: $ initctl list | grep ssh ssh start/running, process 1379 So, do: sudo service ssh restart


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The invoke-rc.d command is for sysv init scripts (as its manpage says), not Upstart or systemd. Nginx still has a sysv init script (look for init.d in the filelist), which is probably why invoke-rc.d works for it (or seems to, anyway). Even though the Debian guides use invoke-rc.d, on Ubuntu, prefer using the service command. It is a wrapper script that can ...


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At the very least,something like a script and an alias would probably do the trick, here... Maybe: #!/bin/sh # service-status.sh service "$1" "$2" service "$1" status and then: alias service="service-status";


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I guess if you comment out these lines it should start fine. ddns-update-style none; default-lease-time 600; max-lease-time 7200; authoritative; log-facility local7; option broadcast-address 192.168.1.255; option routers 192.168.1.254; #option domain-name-servers-192.168.2.1; #option domain-name "ttc.com"; subnet 192.168.1.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 { range ...


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My solution for migration of Cassandra 2.0.9 to 2.1.4 After upgrade with sudo apt-get install dsc21 Go to log file: tail -f /var/log/cassandra/system.log You can see you need to modify your cassandra configuration file. Stop Cassandra sudo /etc/init.d/cassandra stop Go to Cassandra configuration file sudo vi /etc/cassandra/cassandra.yaml ...


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I am using a pretty smooth 14.04 on my samsung nc10 plus. maybe it will help you out on 12.04 too: First of all i deactivated the effects in unity using unity tweak tool and compiz config: sudo apt-get install unity-tweak-tool compizconfig-settings-manager I also set the swap usage to a more reasonable level: open sysctl.conf gksudo gedit ...


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systemctl |grep Modem # (may show ModemManger.service) systemctl [stop|start|enable|disable] ModemManager.service This worked to disable UML-295 modem from being managed by ModemManger which in turn enabled web-control via http://mbb.vzw.com on CentOS 7. Check after disabling via: systemctl list-dependencies multi-user.target |grep Modem



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