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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.
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reviewed Close What should i choose? LXC vs OpenVZ
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reviewed Leave Open Open Java program from SSH into VNC display
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reviewed Close can't install ubuntu on Dell 5537
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reviewed Close How do I resolve unmet dependencies for libgl1-mesa?
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comment Why are partition tables lost after changing HDD enclosures?
Use sudo parted -l to list the partition table instead of gparted.
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comment gparted problem, boot has minimal memory and extended has everything
Are you running from there or did you boot the livecd?
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comment Having trouble mounting a 12TB Raid on Ubuntu Server
What files do you see when you mount it as fat? If it looks like it has some driver installer or something then the enclosure is a fake raid device that presents this fake fat volume so you can install their drivers that do the raid in software. In that case, you are out of luck. It might help for you to add the output of parted -l and blkid to your question.
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comment Errno 30 - Read only file system
You will have to be much more specific than that. We need the details.
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comment How to see all free virtual memory ranges?
Typically the hole is about 768 mb just under the 4 GB mark. If there is 4GB or more of ram installed, then decent motherboards remap that ram to addresses above 4 GB, which you need a pae or 64 bit kernel to access.
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comment No disk space after installing Ubuntu Server
@user3446764, it seems you have even exhausted the emergency reserve space. You will need to find something you can delete to get back a bit of space. You might clean out /var/cache/apt/archives, or remove some old logs from /var/log.
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answered No disk space after installing Ubuntu Server
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comment How to suspend from grub?
Indeed, WHY would you want to suspend in a pre-boot state?
Nov
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comment How to see all free virtual memory ranges?
It's been closed, but if you want you should have a delete button next to share, edit, etc.
Nov
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comment HELP I changed permissions nothing works and I got locket out
No, he made every file owned by root and in doing so reset the suid bits on any files that had it ( like sudo ), so now has no way back.
Nov
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comment Help i can't even start
Please read the FAQ. This does not fit our question/answer format.
Nov
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comment How to see all free virtual memory ranges?
PCI devices use the hole where there is no memory above TOLUD. They are assigned addresses there by the bios. lspci -v will show their assignments.
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comment How to format Hard-Drive
I think we're having a communication problem here. I didn't ask "did you mean...", I asked WHAT are you talking about? "it still tells me there are 7GB of used space" is too vague. What is "it"? What exactly does it say?
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comment How to format Hard-Drive
What do you mean "it still tells me there are 7GB of used space"?
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comment Having trouble mounting a 12TB Raid on Ubuntu Server
Do you have an expensive hardware raid card, or is this software raid? If the latter then you can't do this as Mac and Linux software raid are not compatible.