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01) . 02) Use VM Workstation to expand the VMs disk Settings > Hard Disk > Utilities > Expand (Disk Capacity) Start VM 03) On linux > sudo df -h > sudo fdisk -l 04) From the above you should see the Disk size has increased to the value you chose in VM Workstation, but the linux VM does not know how to use it yet. 05) . ...


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From here: http://ewen.mcneill.gen.nz/blog/entry/2014-07-17-mininet-on-ubuntu-14.04-in-kvm/ "WRITE SAME failed. Manually zeroing" If you get reports of "WRITE SAME failed. Manually zeroing" logged to the console, they seem to be caused by this patch to the SCSI disk driver in Linux 3.7+ (and a later patch which enabled WRITE SAME via the disk mapper path ...


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OK. Finally figured this out. For some reason, I had the MAAS Cluster Controller API URL set to my LAN network address, not my MAAS internal network address. I fixed this by running sudo dpkg-reconfigure maas-cluster-controller Then I set the API URL to: http://192.168.xxx.xxx/MAAS And now my PXE nodes enlist properly! Hope that helps someone ...


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Okay, fixed the issue. I had to go in using ctrl + alt + f2 and logged into my account. I then deleted my dropbox folder (to free enough space, which was around 800mb). At that point, I did a sudo apt-get -f install which allowed me to finish downloaded LaTex. Once it was fully downloaded, it told me there were dependency issues, so I uninstalled it ...



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