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May
16
comment 14.04.2 apt-get: segfault: error 4 in libstdc++.so.6.0.19
Could you also add /var/log/mail.log and for your apt-get update segfault example, is it giving any more output on the console after the command input, or is it instantly to segfault?
May
15
comment Can't send outgoing emails
Both are possible, postfix can be configured to relay all email through any smtp host. Eg. to relay through gmail; rtcamp.com/tutorials/linux/ubuntu-postfix-gmail-smtp If you wanna host your own domain you could have a look at the Ubuntu server documentation, help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/postfix.html
May
14
comment How do I find out the version of Zookeeper I am running?
@ivanbalashow You shouldn't need to start another instance, so go straight to echo ... should be fine. If Zookeeper is installed through apt, you can also run apt-cache policy zookeeper to see it's version.
Mar
25
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Mar
25
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Mar
4
comment DOVECOT: Access denied
Have you checked /etc/dovecot/dovecot-sql.conf ?
Mar
3
answered Multithreaded Mail server
Feb
23
comment Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
Yes, you may remove it. You could also try a newer one, it should be on the same site. However, mind uploading some logs to pastebin.ubuntu.com and link them in your question?
Feb
14
comment Is there a way to run a command every time the mouse moves?
Yes, it is possible to create a workaround. Create a script that loops with some delay. Use eg. xdotool getmouselocation --shell to get the edge. use some if statements to check if you are hitting edge multiple times- If true, use eg. xdotool mousemove to move the pointer onto the other screen. It's not the most efficient way but it will work.
Feb
9
comment Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
@NateLockwood I figured out my other idea wouldn't work. So sorry for getting late back to you. However, you might find something of interest in /var/log/syslog,/var/log/dmesg and /var/log/kern.log Try compare when it works to not working, anything getting logged?
Feb
5
comment Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
@NateLockwood Thanks, are glad to try helping you solve your issue. I have got a new idea. But at work now so i will come back to it later =)
Feb
3
comment Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
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Feb
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Feb
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Feb
2
comment Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
I guess he is right. I run kernel > 3.17 on a box and if i don't remember wrong was it because of my "Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation Ethernet Connection I217-V (rev 05)". Your controller seems to be newer. The easiest thing would be to test with the newest RC kernel. kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v3.19-rc7-vivid
Jan
30
comment Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
you forgot ifconfig, and also RS was supposed to be uppercase =)
Jan
26
comment Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
And to make sure, you have tested with a known good cable on eth1?
Jan
26
comment Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
Are you running with an active firewall? sudo iptables -L You could also add uname -a and sudo lspci -v | awk '/net/' RS= Would also be nice if you supplied ifconfig | awk '/eth/' RS= Hotplug shouldn't make any big difference.
Jan
26
answered Boot randomly leaves eth1 unable to send but can receive
Jan
24
comment Can't SSH into Ubuntu server
Take a dive in /var/log/syslog ;)