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Jul
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awarded  Self-Learner
May
26
comment I am unable to set nfs block size to greater than 32kbps
So I found that if I use 'nfsstat -m' it shows the actual buffer size that is being used. And verified that the max allowed for me is 32k.
May
22
comment I am unable to set nfs block size to greater than 32kbps
Is there anyway to determine if the size is being set by negotiation? Is there anyway to enable this level of debug?
May
21
asked I am unable to set nfs block size to greater than 32kbps
May
9
accepted I can't install mysql on 14.04: “Unable to set password for the MySQL root user”
May
9
comment I can't install mysql on 14.04: “Unable to set password for the MySQL root user”
Thanks this worked with a few additions. 1) The first command complained about having log_slow_verbosity, so I had to remove from the my.cnf 2) Then I had to start service. 3) /usr/bin/mysql_secure_installation
May
9
comment I can't install mysql on 14.04: “Unable to set password for the MySQL root user”
There are a lot of options in that other question, but none worked for me, and none were accepted by original asker either.
May
3
asked I can't install mysql on 14.04: “Unable to set password for the MySQL root user”
Feb
3
comment How can I have a startup service wait till remote drive to become available?
Just had to add -f to first command to allow to remove without deleting file.
Feb
3
accepted How can I have a startup service wait till remote drive to become available?
Feb
1
asked How can I have a startup service wait till remote drive to become available?
Jan
8
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Nov
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Sep
20
answered BTGuard Socks5 libtorrent qBittorrent Deluge trackers not updating stalled downloads
Nov
16
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Mar
30
accepted sudo not asking for password of correct user
Mar
30
asked sudo not asking for password of correct user
Aug
21
accepted After boot, need to restart smbd to get printer sharing to work. Is it starting before cups?
Aug
21
comment After boot, need to restart smbd to get printer sharing to work. Is it starting before cups?
Thanks this helped. But the file is actually in /etc/init/*, and I added a wait for cups in the smbd.conf
Aug
20
asked After boot, need to restart smbd to get printer sharing to work. Is it starting before cups?