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Jul
17
comment I have downloaded Ubuntu 14.04 and burned it onto a disk, it's an ISO file.. will it boot from disk?
Use the Ubuntu dvd (yes it's bootable) to wipe windows. Don't wipe it with any other tool. Booting from the DVD will not wipe windows, you have to tell it do do that as part of the installation.
Jul
16
comment Log rotate returns 1 weekly - how do I debug this?
I should add that re-running logrotate won't produce the same results until the following week. Given it's one of the weekly ones, that'll take a while to trace. Even then it wont give me a message as to what's wrong. I will of course start searching.
Jul
16
revised Circular symbolic link in /var/www/
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Jul
16
awarded  Teacher
Jul
16
answered Circular symbolic link in /var/www/
Jul
16
asked Log rotate returns 1 weekly - how do I debug this?
May
23
comment Why can't mount read files in “/etc/fstab.d/”?
As an update Ubuntu 14.04 is still using version 2.20.1 of util-linux
Dec
8
revised Is there a reason for linux-image-*-generic being marked manual by default and can this be changed?
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Jun
18
accepted Debug WOL failing to configure on Ubuntu Server 12.04
Jun
16
answered Debug WOL failing to configure on Ubuntu Server 12.04
Jun
15
asked Debug WOL failing to configure on Ubuntu Server 12.04
Jun
6
asked Is there a reason for linux-image-*-generic being marked manual by default and can this be changed?
Mar
23
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
27
comment Wired networking stops responding when wireless is connected. 12.04 Server
Hmmm detecting this is going to be interesting, I'll have to look up a good packet sniffer. I've been testing this as other machines being unable to ping the server.
Nov
21
awarded  Tumbleweed
Nov
14
asked Wired networking stops responding when wireless is connected. 12.04 Server
Aug
14
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
7
awarded  Scholar
Jun
7
accepted Why does sudo not add root's PATH with Ubuntu 12.04?
Jun
7
comment Why does sudo not add root's PATH with Ubuntu 12.04?
Accepting this answer because regardless of what I think I'm used to, appending /sbin/ and /usr/sbin to my own path is (I feel) the right way to fix this.