Gnomekeyringdaemon error after clean install 8.10
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 31, 2008
What does this mean and how shall I fix it?
: gnome-keyring-daemon: couldn't lookup keyring component setting:. (Lisätiedot Failed to get connection to session: dbus-launch failed to autolaunch D-Bus session: No protocol specified
: Autolaunch error: X11 initialization failed.
: )gnome-keyring-daemon: couldn't lookup ssh component setting: (Lisätiedot - 1: Failed to get connection to session: dbus-launch failed to autolaunch D-Bus session: No protocol specified
Autolaunch error: X11 initialization failed.
)gnome-keyring-daemon: couldn't lookup pkcs11 component setting: Failed to get connection to session: dbus-launch failed to autolaunch D-Bus session: No protocol specified
Autolaunch error: X11 initialization failed.
What the heck is eating up my hard drive space?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 26, 2010
Something that seems to be running hidden in the background is constantly eating up hard drive space off of my root partition.
I've partitioned off other sections of my HDDs to allow for storage space and editing space and such, though I only set aside about 19G for my root partition (enough for the system install (in root, /bin, /dev, /etc, and such) and the /home files).
17G of the 19G is used... just 2 minutes ago it said 870M is free, and now it says 857M is free. Something's eating up the space and at a fairly fast rate, too, but I have no idea what it is.
I'm searching for possible causes and so far the only thing I can find that is currently taking up a lot of space is "/home/[user]/.Private". Although ".Private" is within "/home" it is also being treated as a separate partition but still within the 19G limit.
Is there possibly something going on in ".Private" that is constantly taking up more space (and what might that be)?
I'm not d
PHP processes keep overwhelming my server, eating up the CPU and making it lock up :(
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 7, 2013
I set up a Debian Squeeze (I hope you don't mind me posting here - I love Ubuntu too and they are very similar, plus you have a great community here! I actually wish I used Ubuntu server instead now to be honest!) Lighttpd server with PHP and MySQL, and also with XCache and Varnish set up.
I am quite new to this, but have tried as hard as I can to resolve this problem with no success.
Whether I use Lighttpd or Nginx or XCache or APC the problem remains.
Basically the server chugs along processing PHP perfectly fine, the RAM looks fine etc. Then suddenly it seems to grind to a halt and the PHP-CGI (or FPM) processes stack up and stack up, eating up all of my quad core CPU power and causing the whole server to become almost entirely non-responsive.
I have 4 sites on my server, 3 of which are quite low traffic and demand, and one of which is quite intensive and busy. So it's almost definitely that site causing it. However we got that site working on this (VPS) se
Wiping hard drive for clean install
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 10, 2004
I am totally new to linux, and I want to get a clean install. Right now, I have an old computer free to do with as I wish, and learing to use linux seems to be the best thing to do with it. The computer currently has windows 2000 installed, and I figure that I just want to wipe the hard drive so I can get a clean install. Anyone know of any good tutorials to do that sort of thing? I have looked around a bit, but mostly have found only how to partition, not wipe and install.
Apache is running multiple processes and it's eating RAM
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 12, 2008
Hi, I'm running a Hardy Server on an old laptop with WIFI and 256 MB on RAM, mainly for a LAMP server and File sharing.
I haven't had problems at all since I installed it about 3 months ago. But suddenly, after an upgrade I started to have a huge problem with Hardy.
Apache is running multiple Processes, about 10-13 all the time, if I kill a process Apache will just open another one.
The problem with this is that apache is just eating about 210MB, of RAM, even the swap partition is always 50+% used. If I kill every Apache's process or restart, I use only like 128 MB and no swap. But after 30 minutes everything gets really slow again.
I just don't know what to do. A Drupal site hosted on my server it just too slow, every page load takes about 30-45 seconds, when usually I took about 1-3 seconds.
What can I do to fix this? I am sure that the slow problem is related to the amount of memory used.
Here is the table of processes running:
ID Owner Size Comma
clean up disk space in SuSE linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 1, 2008
how to clean up the disk space in linux?
like in windows we use "%temp%" and cleanup all the temp files, the same way how to clean the temp files in linux.
especially how to clean /var and /tmp files
/var is getting filled very often.
please help me
clean /tmp at shutdown
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 2, 2011
in pardus linux 2011.2 i can automatically clean /tmp at shutdown by adding the following line:
rm -Rf /tmp/*
to this file: /etc/conf.d/local.stop
in ubuntu 10.04.3 there's not such file? how can i clean /tmp at shutdown in u10.04.3?
thanks for any help.
clean up free some disk space
- date: February 13, 2012
my diskspace in linux is all occupied , no more free disk space, I want to free some disk space but I dont know what is safe to delete , I dont know what folders are dedicated to linux os , I know I folder I use , but others I want to delete , deleting these folder should not impact linux os .
please advice me
here is the folder by size
/]# du -sh * |sort
can I delete the Pkg folder ? is this linux specific or user created ?
How do you clean up Linux and why?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 8, 2013
In windows you have a program called Diskcleanup. You can also add on other utilities like Ccleaner. I have been wondering If or what programs in Linux does the samething for the Linux system. Also How often a person should do it? I've already discovered on my system two programs for cleaning up stuff. But as far as what they are cleaning and if it is good or not, I don't know. The One program is called Janitor. The other I found in the ubuntu software center. It is called: Bleachbit. My goal here is to get rid of Cache and other unneeded stored information. Also on Windows I use CCleaner to get rid of flash cookies. How do you do that on Linux?
what is the difference between make distclean and make clean?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 31, 2005
I would like to ask a question as titled..
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