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Mar
28
comment Global Installation of Composer (manual)
At least you move the best method to the top. That's good!
Mar
28
comment Global Installation of Composer (manual)
Since the last update is the best, I suggest removing everything before that update. What do you think, @chrisjlee?
Mar
4
awarded  Self-Learner
Feb
22
awarded  Constituent
Feb
19
awarded  Caucus
Jan
24
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jan
17
asked my server unable to reach https port 443 urls behind proxy
Dec
9
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
21
awarded  Announcer
Sep
3
asked Send transactional emails from ubuntu server 12.04 LTS in intranet
Aug
20
accepted typed `apt-get update` now showing a long list of EDAC errors. Is there anything wrong?
Aug
20
comment typed `apt-get update` now showing a long list of EDAC errors. Is there anything wrong?
Got it, @Gilles. I am going to mark your answer as correct. You are fantastic!
Aug
20
comment typed `apt-get update` now showing a long list of EDAC errors. Is there anything wrong?
I have updated my question with the latest from my dmesg. I guess it is time to replace the RAM yes? Or do I still bother with the memtest?
Aug
20
revised typed `apt-get update` now showing a long list of EDAC errors. Is there anything wrong?
added 963 characters in body
Aug
19
comment typed `apt-get update` now showing a long list of EDAC errors. Is there anything wrong?
I have never done this before, so I was hoping for a simple screen walkthrough. I googled youtube but most of them seem to be for windows. Does it apply to ubuntu server? youtube.com/results?search_query=memtest86+ubuntu
Aug
19
comment typed `apt-get update` now showing a long list of EDAC errors. Is there anything wrong?
the kern.log is now 500Mb large. It is slow to open. From the first few lines, it appears to be CE errors. I was advised by people in the #ubuntu-server channel to do a memtest. What is the easiest way to do memtest? Googling shows I need a CD-rom or flash drive. I have never done it before. Advice?
Aug
19
asked typed `apt-get update` now showing a long list of EDAC errors. Is there anything wrong?
Jun
18
accepted a catch-22 situation with apt-offline
Jun
17
asked a catch-22 situation with apt-offline
Feb
6
accepted Fresh ubuntu installation - memory usage went from 3% to 41% - should I be concerned and how to remedy?