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Jul
22
comment Mdadm array showing as UUID?
@CharlieS, see the comment line at the top of the file, and/or use the other entries as an example. To look up the UUID of the volume you can use blkid.
Jul
22
answered Mdadm array showing as UUID?
Jul
22
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Jul
22
comment Why doesn't Canonical update Thunderbird to version 38?
No, mozialla gets to push releases to ubuntu when they choose to; it is one of the applications that are exempt from the standard update policy because mozilla is very good about testing and ensuring quality releases.
Jul
22
comment Miniscule Audio, All Sliders Max
Your speakers are plugged into the line out socket instead of the speaker out socket ( which is amplified ).
Jul
22
comment Mdadm array showing as UUID?
What does your /etc/fstab say?
Jul
22
answered btrfs - Need help understanding it correctly
Jul
22
comment Moving LVM from ubuntu 14.04 LTS desktop to ubuntu Server
why would you reinstall?
Jul
21
comment How to use “systemd --user” instance?
Ubuntu still uses upstart to manage the user session instead of a systemd user session.
Jul
21
answered Can you have a desktop environment without a display manager?
Jul
18
comment Trouble installing AMD drivers on a new build - using 14.10
14.10 has reached end of life and is no longer supported.
Jul
18
answered How to change Ubuntu 14.04 logo and BIOS logo?
Jul
18
comment Failing to boot Ubuntu 14.04 server from raid1 array
Sounds like you have a buggy bios that can't see beyond 2tb. Press c at the grub menu to go to the command prompt and run ls -l and it should report the size according to the bios.
Jul
18
answered SSD - safe to use hibernate?
Jul
18
comment Failing to boot Ubuntu 14.04 server from raid1 array
What does mdadm -E --scan say?
Jul
18
comment Why do I get a “???” error when I try to install Ubuntu 15.04 64-bit?
After getting this error, check /var/log/syslog for more details and add the last 20 lines or so to your question as a [code] block.
Jul
17
comment How can a serial connection be set up as a network interface if at all?
No... the only way you can turn a sequence of bytes into an interface for network packets is to encapsulate the packets in a serial frame protocol, otherwise known as ppp, but you seem to be talking about not a device that speaks ppp over a serial line, but totally arbitrary bytes for which there can be no mapping to network packets.
Jul
17
comment How can a serial connection be set up as a network interface if at all?
If you have some sort of CAN to serial converter, then it is throwing out all of the CAN protocol, isolating a particular data stream from a particular CAN source, and forwarding only that. There is no going back to real CAN from there.
Jul
16
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Jul
16
comment Howto install onto a software RAID?
@jnajna, you shouldn't even have a /dev/mdXXX if this is a fakeraid ( except for Intel fakeraids on 15.04, which moved to mdadm ).