Tried to install Zend Loader on my test server now PHP is not executing, but downloa
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 27, 2012
I just got a test server and was trying to install Zend Loader (tried that on my server as well some time ago, but it was no success). Then I wanted to test of it worked but now my php is not executing, in stead it when I go to a page with php scripting, it downloads a file (called download) in stead.
I have apache running and PHP 5.3.10 on Ubuntu 12.
What to do?
[SOLVED]Can't Burn DVD tried every program available
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 24, 2010
Please help a fellow ubuntu user,
I'm trying to burn a iso image to dvd and i tried with everything, GnomeBaker, Brasero, i even installed K3b all with all i get an error and the dvd ejects out tray.
I get these error messages:
1. GnomeBaker: "Executing 'builtin_dd if=******. iso of=/dev/sr0 obs=32k seek=0' :-[ PERFORM OPC failed with SK=3h/POWER CALIBRATION AREA ERROR]: Input/output error."
2. K3b: "OPC failed. Probably the writer does not like the medium.".
Tried with different dvd's and different iso images, to no avail.
I'm running Ubuntu 10.04 and the DVD-ROM is a ASUS DRW 1814BL (as Disk Utility shows)
tried to change timezone on server, cron jobs still running on UTC time?
- date: January 16, 2012
I've allocated a Cloud Server running Ubuntu at rackspace.com. The server was initially configured to be on UTC time. As I live in Los Angeles, this was a bit maddening when trying to determine what times cron jobs should run (this machine cooperates with another server in the United States). I therefore went through the trouble of changing the time on the server by doing this:
apt-get install ntp
dpkg-reconfigure tzdata // this launches a wizard
Now, when I type the date command on my server via ssh, it reflects the same time and timezone as my ubuntu desktop here in los angeles:
Sun Jan 15 16:29:20 PST 2012
The problem is that I have a cron job set up to run at 23:00 hours (11pm) but it is running at 15:00 hours los angeles time. Unless I'm mistaken, that's equal to 23:00 UTC, right? Seems to me that somehow the cron jobs are unaffected by my date changes above and for some reason the times I specify in my crontab are still in UTC
Anyone tried to hack archos 605 wifi with any linux distro?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 16, 2009
Anyone has ever tried to hack archos 605 wifi with any linux distro and had any success? I think this hardware is a good candidate to hack. Just wondering what can be done and how to hack it. Thanks.
How to remove old kernels? Tried a few things already, not working
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 5, 2013
Tried a few things already, but I cannot remove the old kernels from my ubuntu 12.10 64bit setup.
Tried the janitor through Ubuntu Tweak, tried Synaptic, and tried a few command line stuff I found on the internet. Tried fixing broken packages as well.
Is there a folder that I can just go in and manually remove these old kernels?
How to restart Xserver? I try everything...
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 3, 2010
I've a work which involves a lot of editing xorg.conf, so I wish to be able to apply my confs as quick as possible. But I can't restart X in my ubuntu . I've try:
init 3 telinit 3 gdm restart killall gdm Ctrl+Alt+Bks
Of course everything under root ("su" command). But the server doesn't react at all T_T. Terminal also doesn't show any messages (like if a command was ran properly)
tried to upgrade to new Mysql 5.5, now errors
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 15, 2011
Hi. I tried to install mysql 5.5 on Ubuntu 11.10 on a dedicated linux machine (amd64 if that matters). I removed everything (using apt-get remove and purge and also deleting all files with mysql in their name) from 5.1 for a fresh install ( I wasn't using it before, but need it now), then sudo apt-get install mysql-server. (the must have just updated to 5.5)
It didn't seem to work correctly (no mysql in the bin or anything) even though it let me do the password step, so I uninstalled it and tried reinstalling. I got to enter the password again, but then it said that I couldn't enter the password because it either already had a password or wasn't configured correctly. But it told me to fix that later, so I thought it was ok.
Then I got this error after a bunch of InnoDB lines:
ERROR: 1146 Table 'mysql.user' doesn't exist
111115 13:34:52 [ERROR] Aborting
111115 13:34:52 InnoDB: Starting shutdown...
111115 13:34:53 InnoDB: Shutdown completed; log sequence number 1595675
How to install Apache2.4.2 + PHP 5.4.3 to work everything fine
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 14, 2012
I've followed by this tut: http://edin.no-ip.com/blog/hswong3i/...tu-12-04-howto
but after installation, i get: no mysql, mysqli extension etc. but i compiled mysql support:
--with-mysql \ --with-mysqli \
is there any tutorial, how to install and configure / Step By Step / web server THAT works?!
View password tried in a ssh intrusion attemp
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 27, 2011
Within /var/log/auth.log are logged ssh login attemps. Those which are genuines and others which are attemps to log in from unauthorized people.
Is there any way to view the list of password tried in this unlawful login attemps?
I mean if it has been a brute-force attack / dictionary it would be possible to view the whole list of user/passwords tried?
May be increasing verbosity in sshd service?
Thanks in advance,
Everything except /boot in encrypted LVM. I want to SSH in and give the password
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 14, 2010
I want to have /boot as an ext2 (I don't need journaling and I might want to undelete something) and all other partitions in an LVM.
When the server starts it will prompt me for the LVM password. I would like to be able to contact the server using SSH (or using another secure method) and tell the password. Since /usr/sbin and all the other partitions are inside the LVM I guess I have a problem?
Is it possible to setup something like this? The SSH session for the LVM authentication does not have to be a daemon. It can be something which just sits and waits until I connect and input the password. And then the "real" SSH deamon kicks in.
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