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comment How to create localhost
Question does not make sense: you don't "create" localhost; your machine is the localhost. wget says the connection is refused because you aren't running a web server.
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comment Internal SATA WD 2tB caviar green on USB toaster with lots of data, cannot be detected anymore on windows XP and 7
That is messed up. I have no idea why google seems to think that "toaster" == "docking bay" ( I happen to have the thermaltake and rosewill dual drive usb+esata models ).
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comment Internal SATA WD 2tB caviar green on USB toaster with lots of data, cannot be detected anymore on windows XP and 7
It was a request to correct your apparent incorrect word usage so your question may be understood.
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comment Simple Extended Ntfs Volume
Question is var too vague to be answerable.
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comment RAID configurations are resetted after reboot-Ubuntu Server
You will have to provide more details.
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comment make new partition table
I can't follow what you have done nor figure out what you are really asking, unless it is "I broke my partition table somehow, how do I fix it?", which is too vague to be answerable.
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answered Hibernation/Suspend effects on encoding process
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comment Internal SATA WD 2tB caviar green on USB toaster with lots of data, cannot be detected anymore on windows XP and 7
Ummm... "toaster"? I hope you aren't trying to connect the thing in your kitchen that cooks toast to your computer.
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comment How can I resize an LVM partition? (i.e: physical volume)
You don't use vgreduce; that is for removing a pv from a volume group.
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comment Why does Ubuntu use both systemd and init?
You mean systemd vs upstart right? Both are different forms of init.
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comment Why does Ubuntu use both systemd and init?
Question does not make sense. systemd is is (an) init.
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comment fsck00##.REC files being generated during copy/move between FAT32 partitions,data loss
These files don't just appear on their own. They appear after you run a fsck on the drive and it recovers lost files, which generally happens when you unplug the drive while it is still in use. If you are sharing the drive with Windows then you need to make sure it is actually shutting down when you boot into ubuntu and not just hibernating. Make sure you disabled fast boot: askubuntu.com/q/452071/8500
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comment Best way to wipe HDD with multiple partitions and format into NTFS
"there's no sensitive data on it". Then don't waste your time.
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comment Having trouble mounting a 12TB Raid on Ubuntu Server
Thanks, but it isn't an answer... I just asked for more information and you realized you had been making a silly mistake the whole time. Once the bounty expires I was planning on voting to close the question since it isn't going to help people in the future.
Nov
22
comment Can't boot the system after filling the trash directory, ergo the disk
mount -o remount,rw / will take care of the read only problem.
Nov
22
reviewed Close What should i choose? LXC vs OpenVZ
Nov
22
reviewed Leave Open Open Java program from SSH into VNC display
Nov
22
reviewed Close can't install ubuntu on Dell 5537
Nov
22
reviewed Close Fix “Package system is broken” error without synaptic
Nov
22
comment Why are partition tables lost after changing HDD enclosures?
Use sudo parted -l to list the partition table instead of gparted.