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comment How to install PhpStorm in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS?
The link is dead :(
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Feb
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revised Enable touchpad pointer movement when second finger touch
added 2 characters in body
Feb
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asked Enable touchpad pointer movement when second finger touch
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Dec
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accepted dwm does not show any windows after login
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answered dwm does not show any windows after login
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Nov
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revised dwm does not show any windows after login
It worked earlier
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asked dwm does not show any windows after login
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Mar
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comment Install Ubuntu server to run on a headless machine on RAID6-array of USB-sticks, in DHCP-less environment
A part of a problem was that the RAID was re-syncing itself on each boot. This helped: sudo update-initramfs -k all -u.
Mar
6
comment Install Ubuntu server to run on a headless machine on RAID6-array of USB-sticks, in DHCP-less environment
Well, I filled all USB ports on the motherboard except one (and except front panel), so not many options here... But thanks anyway.
Mar
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accepted Install Ubuntu server to run on a headless machine on RAID6-array of USB-sticks, in DHCP-less environment
Mar
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comment Install Ubuntu server to run on a headless machine on RAID6-array of USB-sticks, in DHCP-less environment
I have to note RAID6 is a bit on a slower side. If I'd do that again, I'll probably try to RAID5. I get a nice 32 MB/s write speed, but from time to time writing process just freezes in D.
Mar
6
comment Install Ubuntu server to run on a headless machine on RAID6-array of USB-sticks, in DHCP-less environment
Hard parts: (1) find something with 4 USB ports that would not shut them down when all are in use; (2) set up boot with tftp for the thing, for Ubuntu network install /not so hard, actually/; (3) tell BIOS on the device to boot from the correct USB stick /hardest, had to borrow a display for that/.