Q: how will update on 8.04 effect php?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 8, 2011
I have a production 8.04 server that needs quite a few updates. However, our primary application is NOT compatible with php.5.3.x and will fail. When I apply the 8.04 updates will php be updated to the newest version? Or stay with the version that's installed?
I can't seem to find an answer for this so I ask here.
how to install ubuntu 12.04 and ubuntu 9.10 on same pc
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 23, 2012
can anybody give me step by step instructions on how to install ubuntu 12.04 and ubntuntu 9.10 on same pc.
i tried it
i had ubuntu 12.04 installed and then i installed 9.10 but it only booted in 9.10 and there was no option of 12.04 in grub.I deleted some lines in grub in 9.10 and it booted showing error 15.then
i deleted 9.10 partition and installed win 7.I still have my 12.04 partition (i have not ruined 12.04 grub file) can anybody tell me how can i boot form my 12.04 partition.
and also give me step by step instructions on how to install ubuntu 12.04 and 9.10 on same pc
flush disk cache from command line without umount
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 25, 2009
Hi. Does anybody know how to flush (purge or whatever) all write cache to the usb storage device, so the program that runs on it can read the clean filesystem.
How NOT to try 12.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 3, 2012
I thought "hey, let's try this 12.04 out. Surely by now the bugs are worked out - I mean April release is only about 2 months away." So, I downloaded the ISO and burned a DVD - 64 bit version. I boot up and try the install - against everything I've ever "preached" or practiced, I decide to be lazy and "just" do an upgrade, thus preserving my /home partition - and hey, who needs to back up right this instant?
Well, the upgrade went partway in, then hung. We're talking 20 minutes doing nothing. So I went to a terminal window and requested a reboot. The reboot started, but grub wouldn't work - apparently somehow my root partition got hosed in this supposed upgrade only. So I try the install again - it aborts with some stupid error that's been on launchpad for quite a while, and apparently not fixed. It keeps telling me my disk is hosed. So it boots up the "try ubuntu" instead and tells me to run disk utility to clean up my partitions. I
How well does Ubuntu 10.04 run on a netbook?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 16, 2010
Ok let me start out by giving some context here. I was looking for something to consume electronic books. Most of the books i read are of a technical nature: Programming & Architecture.. Currently i use my Lenovo 15 in labtop for the purpose. I of course looked at the kindle. I seen many reports that the kindle was very bad for technical type reading. For example it would reformat the source code in books to a point where it was very hard to read. I really liked the kindle because of eInk & long battery life but it sounds like for me type of reading it was going to be a no go. There is of course the Ipad but 500+ for something to consume ebooks...i don't think so. This led me to thinking on getting a netbook. While not as convient a form factor as a slate type device its a lot more convenient then lugging around my labtop. It also would possibly have some new possibilities. Maybe i could install ubuntu and get some added advantages. Right now the only thin
how to pre cache satellite map for offline use application ?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 25, 2013
sorry if posted in the wrong place, didn't see specific forum for this.
im a total newb to linux apps. and was wondering if anyone has the info or can point me in the proper direction?
Im wondering if theres an application out there for capturing maps for offline use ? example - so i could still be able to view a map area if im not able to have internet connection at the time. when i google it the majority of what comes up is for android, i dont have an android though. just win XP and Linux.
any input is appreciated.
How to install ubuntu 14.04 (Desktop) on Nexus 7 2013
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 19, 2014
I have a nexus 7 and I want to install ubuntu 14.04 (not ubuntu touch) on it, I'm aware that it was available on 13.04 but can it be done on 14.04?
I have my bootloader unlocked. My nexus 7 (2013 version) is also rooted.
How to install Ubuntu 14.04 alongside the same existing OS in laptop?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 18, 2015
I already have Ubuntu 14.04 installed on my laptop. But it's not working properly. I've a related thread here. I urgently require an audio/video cutter like ffmpeg, avconv etc. to be installed which isn't happening in the current system. So, the need to install a fresh one where I will install the cutter.
I want to install again the same OS but where! For that please look at my existing hard disk in my laptop as shown in the screen shot.
See, I've Windows on sda2 & sda3. But it's not working any more & so I'm interested to delete sda2 & install the new Ubuntu 14.04 there. But I need 3 partitions for the new installation. If I delete sda2, then can I install Ubuntu 14.04 by creating 3 partitions? I'm doubtful as already there is 1 extended & 3 primary. So, if I delete one primary (sda2), then how to get the 3 partitions as logical partitions can't be made inside primary!!
Another method: Just now something striked my mind. Shall I create only root (or boot even
how to partition UBUNTU 8.04 (need help badly!!!!)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 24, 2008
i'm new to ubuntu...i'm currently running on windows xp sp2 and i plan to dual boot using UBUNTU 8.04 LTS (you know, test the water first before plunging in)...
as a backgrounder, i have partitioned my 250GB hard drive into three (3) partitions (80GB each) using windows...my windows XP is installed in the 1st partition; the 2nd is where all my media (mp3s, pictures, applications, etc.)...the 3rd is left empty (i've read from a magazine (Linux Format) that you should install Linux (ubuntu, for that matter) to a separate partition if you plan to dual boot -- besides the fact that it may cause conflict if installed in the same partition as that of windows)...
i already burned the image to a CD and have tried to install ubuntu (almost)...
anyways, i'm having problems on partitioning...i tried to use the 3rd option (manual partitioning) but i'm having second thoughts (in short, nervous coz i might %&$#-up my computer)...the window showed me the 3 partitions...i opt
How to install Ubuntu 14.04 in software RAID 1 with Intel Z87 chipset mobo controller
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 11, 2014
I spent a few days figuring all this out from many sources and thought I would give it back to the Ubuntu community. YMMV as they say, so good luck with my 18 or so easy steps.....
My goal was to install Ubuntu 14.04 by itself on a RAID 1 array of2 HDD's using the motherboards built in RAID controller. (Fake RAID,software RAID)
Hardware: MSI Z87-G41 PC Mate mobo with intel Z87 chipset. Inteli5-4670k LGA1150, 2-WD Black WD5003AZEX S3 500G HDD's, 8GB crucialRAM.
First Part is motherboard configuration:
Configure the Intel RAID as RAID1 with 2 HD's, by doing the following (if you have a different mobo, the exact steps will be a little different, but the concepts are the same. “Where's the damn anti matter inducer?" "This? No...this!” "That or nothing.":
First, set up your BIOS by booting and hitting the Delete Keyuntil the bios is visible. In integrated peripherals, select thehard drive controller and set it to RAID. Use esc key and saveconfigurat
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