Postgresql error FATAL: user "root" does not exist"
- date: June 21, 2005
I'm using kUbuntu.
using the package manager I installed Postgresql.
When my PC boots up I see it (Postgresql) loadup.
When I try to add a user of create a database I get an error.
For example when I try to create a database:
:~$ sudo -s -H
I get this
"createdb: could not connect to database template1: FATAL: user "root" does not exist"
Any one have any ideas ?
[Solved] Mount Point: Mount Point 0 does not exist
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 26, 2010
I am dual-bootng Ubuntu 9.10 and Mint 8, both of which use GRUB2. The Mint 8 GRUB sets the initial menu since Mint was loaded after Ubuuntu 9.10. Since both use GRUB2 I was not concerned about this.
Both before the installation of Mint and afterward I see a series of messages fly by on the screen when Ubuntu is booted. These come right after the initial presentation of the Ubuntu logo.
By restarting several times I can read the first several lines. They are:
Mount: Mount Point 0 does not exist
Mount 0 terminated with status 32
Mountall: Filesystem could not be mounted
Further lines follow but I would have to reboot umpteen times to have any chance of copying those.
I have looked in the various Ubuntu GRUB2 files for "Mount Point 0". I do not see any reference to it.
GParted, BKID and etc/fstab all agree on the UUIDs set for my Ubuntu/, Ubuntu Home and Ubuntu swap file.
I see nothing like this when I boot Mint 8.
What is the po
kstartupconfig4 does not exist or failed. The error code is 3. Check your installatio
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 23, 2009
Can anyone help me please I am going crazy now, this is i don't know how many time after installing kubuntu happening :
kstartupconfig4 does not exist or failed. The error code is 3. Check your installation
So it's go like this, after installation all is fine few days and after I'd like to change my desktop to look little bit "fency" and install some programs I have even save the list of programs!
This is list of programs I have installed before this hepend :
...So wan i install them and after restart i got this msg kstartupconfig4 does not exist or failed. The error code is 3. Check your installation , but I can login via ssh from other IP just i can't run X only way to get in is via konzola .
This is my Xorg.0 log ( maybe this help too )
And yes I use ATI at this old PC where I'd like to use kubuntu. somebody told me there is some problem
CDROM refuses to mount, /dev/cdrom does not exist
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 6, 2004
I am running Knoppix 3.4 its grand, except for a little problem with the cdrom drive. My friend gave me a cd full of some great stuff I want to try in Linux... problem is I can not mount the cd.
I enter in the command:
LUKS initramfs boot problem: " /dev/mapper/ubunturoot does not exist."
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 28, 2012
Long time lurker, first time poster, having spent 2 days searching now to no avail!
I am new to Linux/Ubuntu, hence putting this in the Beginners section. But I learn quick. Since first 'testing out' Ubuntu 3 weeks ago, Windows has disappeared entirely from my digital life (and hard drive), and I'm learning more about computers than ever before. But I think I may have gone in over my head a bit here. Please forgive the essay below - the problem is a little unusual
I'm running 12.04 on a laptop (with UEFI BIOS), with full disk encryption set up up using the Alternate CD. I recently made a backup image of the entire hard drive using dd, to an external USB hdd. Having recently made some changes on the laptop, I tried to plug in the external USB clone to copy the files to it. Despite getting the password prompt and having it appear in the Disk Utility as a logical volume group, it would not actually mount the external drive, saying it was 'not a mountable file system'. Tr
/var/log/messages does not exist?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 14, 2011
Well this is odd. I've been using Natty mostly from my Mint 10 partition via Virtualbox. My Maverick partition got screwed up and remained screwy when I tried to update it to Natty. I finally decided to wipe that partition today and do a clean install. There's a few bugs, which is expected, but overall it seems to be running pretty well. However, I do not have a log file for messages which should be located in /var/log/messages. I am not seeing any evidence that this file has ever been created since I did the install this morning. What's the deal here? I've tried to search around but I'm finding it rather difficult to sift though the endless search results referencing "/var/log/messages" that are completely unrelated to this. I'm also not seeing the daemon log either. What controls these logs? Can't say I've ever had this issue or read about anyone having this issue.
Post #2 solved the problem. Thanks!
psql FATAL: role "postgres" does not exist error
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 19, 2012
I've installed postgresql 8.4 on my freebsd 8.2 machine and am having some trouble running the db.
I have been able to run /usr/local/etc/rc.d/postgresql initdb with success and then start the database with /usr/local/etc/rc.d/postgresql start
But when I su - postgres and run the psql command this is what I get:
8.04 to 10.04 upgrade Alert! /dev/disk/byuuid does not exist
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 5, 2013
tried to upgrade from 8.04 to 10.04 and I get this error. I restored back to a snapshot after the 10.04 was installed upgraded to 12.04 and still get this error
I have attached a screen shot. Anyone have any clues why this happened and how to fix?
Installing Git from the tarball completed but says it does not exist
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 27, 2012
I'm following a tutorial and need to install the latest version of Git. The Ubuntu repository does not have the latest version so I have to install from a tar ball. After I run a 'make' I run 'sudo make install' and everything goes smoothly. To verify that it installed correctly, I run the following:
This gives me the error:
-bash: /usr/bin/git: No such file or directory
Why does it say that it's not installed? What should I do? Thanks.
VirtualHosting problem: "ERROR: Site mysite.com does not exist!"
- date: December 21, 2012
I'm trying to set up Apache2 to use VirtualHosting.
But even after following tutorials online, I get an error...
I've found the "apache2.conf" file, the "conf.d" folder and the "sites-enabled folder"; I've added the line:
into a file called "virtual.conf" in the "conf.d" folder, I've added the file "mysite.com.conf" into the sites enabled folder, containing the following code:
GNU nano 2.2.6 File: mysite.com.conf
# mysite.com (/etc/apache2/sites-available/mysite.com)
ServerAdmin [email protected]
# Indexes + Directory Root.
# CGI Directory
ScriptAlias /cgi-bin/ /home/www/mysite.com/cgi-bin/
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