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comment How do you hotplug enable new CPU and RAM in a Virtual Machine
Yes, that script was proven necessary, and working.
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asked How do you hotplug enable new CPU and RAM in a Virtual Machine
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answered How do you hotplug enable new CPU and RAM in a Virtual Machine
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revised Ubuntu 16.04 has no VMWare console access once booted on VMWare vSphere 5.5 Cluster with EFI
clarifying the console I speak of
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comment Ubuntu 16.04 has no VMWare console access once booted on VMWare vSphere 5.5 Cluster with EFI
I'm not talking about the serial console. I'm talking about the VMWare console.
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comment Ubuntu 16.04 has no VMWare console access once booted on VMWare vSphere 5.5 Cluster with EFI
Well, I have SSH so it isn't the end of the world, but it isn't going into production any time soon. :-)
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comment Ubuntu 16.04 has no VMWare console access once booted on VMWare vSphere 5.5 Cluster with EFI
Unfortunately, this did not work for me. Thanks for sharing though. It looked promising. :-)
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asked Ubuntu 16.04 has no VMWare console access once booted on VMWare vSphere 5.5 Cluster with EFI
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revised How do I rescan drives I've expanded?
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comment How to configure phpMyAdmin to access multiple servers?
+Mike Scott, I couldn't get $cfg['Servers'] to work in a conf.d/ file, but when I put it in config.inc.php it worked fine. I'm thinking there is some bug that the include statement messes with it.
Mar
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comment How to configure phpMyAdmin to access multiple servers?
I tried putting the minimal content listed in /etc/phpmyadmin/conf.d/slaveA.conf.php and simply saw the contents at the top of the PHPMyAdmin page. When I catted that same contents into the bottom of config.inc.php it worked. Something about that include seems to be messing it up. Otherwise, this looks to be the expected way to create custom config that won't get killed in updates.
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Feb
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comment What is the safest way to clean up /boot partition?
If you use dpkg --purge on a full boot you'll get the following $ sudo dpkg --purge linux-image-3.13.0-65-generic dpkg: dependency problems prevent removal of linux-image-3.13.0-65-generic: linux-image-extra-3.13.0-65-generic depends on linux-image-3.13.0-65-generic. dpkg: error processing package linux-image-3.13.0-65-generic (--purge): dependency problems - not removing Errors were encountered while processing: linux-image-3.13.0-65-generic
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awarded  Custodian
Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed Installing drivers without internet connection (vs live distro)?
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comment Boot is full (no prior solutions helped)
I think what you need is answered here: askubuntu.com/a/430944/47461
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comment What is the safest way to clean up /boot partition?
You included the grep -v of the uname -r output on the end like above?
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comment My mount script isn't working, why?
You can test scripts like this by typing them into a bash shell one by one. It may help determine what line you are dealing with.