[SOLVED] After Debian upgrade from Lenny to Squeeze, MySQL will not start
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 20, 2011
I just upgraded from Debian Lenny to Debian Squeeze. The upgrade went pretty smoothly. After the upgrade, MySQL does not start at boot time. When I try to start it manually by typing
sudo /etc/init.d/mysql start
it prints .............................failed!
I tried using aptitude to reinstall mysql-server-5.1, but it gave me an error message:
E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
Any idea what I can try?
Debian upgrade etch to lenny help
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 6, 2009
It was suggested that with a planned hardware upgrade (not happened yet but in next couple of weeks it will) that I upgrade my current Debian etch to Debian lenny because of better drivers for my proposed new video card (XFX GeForce 8500 GT 1GB). I have tried to this with aptitude but from what I can tell it didn't work, from what I understand it will upgrade the kernel to 2.6.2? but I am still at kernel 2.6.18-6-486. Here is what I did:
Edited my sources list to only contain the following
trying to upgrade lenny to squeeze
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 11, 2011
I live in Swizterland and am using a Swiss mirror. I want to upgrade my Lenny installation to Squeeze and am following this guide: http://www.debian.org/releases/squee...rading.en.html
My /etc/apt/sources.list looks like this:
upgrade: Lenny to Squeeze?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 28, 2010
Quick Background: My wife's old laptop (bought it for her 2 years ago) was running vista and she finally got sick of it.
I installed Lenny onto it - had some issues getting the wifi working proper, so I formatted again and went with a fresh install of Squeeze.
To be honest, i'm a bit jealous now. I run Lenny on my desktop machine and have been loving it - It's been a great O.S and i'm proud of how she handles.
After seeing Squeeze in action though, i'm a bit envious - it looks so much cooler and the software availability - don't get me started lol.
How is the upgrade process these days? I mean, Can I safely changed my /etc/apt/sources.list file to point to squeeze packages and do an upgrade & update w/minimal issues?
Back in the days of Sarge/Stable & Sid/Testing or Unstable, I forget which, I upgraded w/no issues whatsoever. I guess i'm hoping for the same result here.
I have so much junk on this desktop machine (by junk, I mean pictures, family videos, etc)
scp problem after a debian upgrade (squeeze)
- date: April 28, 2011
I used for a long time a little script to backup my firewall (not linux) configuration files using public key via scp command.
After a distribution upgrade of the client (from debian stable lenny to squeeze) the script stopped to run with a "501-Permission Denied" message.
I have done some investingation and it seems that all keys are properly installed...
Somewhere, I read that could be some problems whith version >5.2 of openssh client and in effect I upgraded openssh from 5.1p1-5 to 5.5p1-6
I have not a great knowledge about openssh....
Please, any support?
Below the output of the scp -v command.
Thank you a lot.
debian-stable:~# scp -v [email protected]
Executing: program /usr/bin/ssh host 10.150.1.10, user root, command scp -v -f -- file_test
OpenSSH_5.5p1 Debian-6, OpenSSL 0.9.8o 01 Jun 2010
debug1: Reading configuration data /etc/ssh/ssh_config
debug1: Applying options for *
Where do I download Mozilla Firefox for 64bit Debian Linux (Lenny) that Flash works?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 19, 2009
I go to the Mozilla Firefox website, and it seems to insist on downloading the 32-bit version. I am now thinking that Mozilla doesn't build 64-bit Linux versions; does anyone know why that would be the case?
What I have now is some version of Iceweasel 3.0.x on my 64-bit Debian Lenny machine, and it does not display the flash video correctly. I have successfully downloaded Firefox 3.5.3 on my 32-bit Debian Lenny laptop, and it views flash just fine. The flash video I am referring to is at http://www.finewoodworking.com/Skill....aspx?id=32953.
vmwareserverconsole crashes after Debian upgrade
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 21, 2007
I unintentionally upgraded to Debian Lenny (the new testing). After that, vmware-server-console crashes as soon as the W2k splash screen changes to the normal resolution. However, I don't think it is a Debian specific problem, that's why I post it in the general forum.
This is what happens:
- The Win2k guest starts up.
- At the moment it changes to normal resolution (that is "auto-adjust" to window), vmware-server-console terminates with a "Signal 11" error.
- After installing a second W2k guest, it runs fine in 640x480, until I install vmware tools.
- After installing vmware tools, this guest crashes as well, but I can recover it by disabling "auto-adjust to window" and put it to a known resolution like 1024x768
- When I connect to the failing W2k guest on a different computer, it runs fine. This indicates that the vm is running well, only vmware-server-console is crashing.
This is the (what I think is relevant) portion of the log file:
[SOLVED] HTTP Error 500 Segfault 11 Debian 6.0 Squeeze
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 7, 2013
I am currently having an issue with one of my websites hosted on my private server, several scripts are giving error 500 pages. The files may be corrupted personally I checked all MD5's on the files and their no longer corrupted after I have fixed them.
The following things are popping up in the logs:
LXer: Debian Linux vs. Debian kFreeBSD With Squeeze & Wheezy
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 12, 2012
Published at LXer:
The latest benchmarking adventures at Phoronix.com have been exploring the performance of Debian GNU/Linux versus Debian GNU/kFreeBSD when using the latest Debian 6.0.6 "Squeeze" images as well as the latest Debian "Wheezy" testing images.
LXer: DistroWatch Weekly: FreeBSD 7.0, Debian "Lenny" updates, KNOPPIX 5.3
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 3, 2008
Published at LXer:
Welcome to this year's 9th issue of DistroWatch Weekly! The delayed FreeBSD 7.0 was finally released last week and there is a lot to be excited about - especially if you deploy this excellent operating system on servers. But how about the desktop users? Is this latest version ready to take over our workstations? Read our first look review to find out. In the news section, the Debian release team contemplates the inclusion of KDE 4 in "Lenny", KNOPPIX springs to life at CeBIT with a new live DVD, Mandriva continues its relentless march towards version 2008.1, and Fedora discusses improvements in NetworkManager. Finally, we are pleased to announce that the recipient of the DistroWatch February 2008 donation is Frugalware Linux, a community distribution from Hungary. Happy reading!
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