Error while trying to mount external Drive via NFS
- date: May 7, 2015
I have 2 mc's both running 14.04. I want to get NFS running instead of samba to share files.
I've installed nfs server on mc1 and the client on mc2.
Managed to share the 'home' folder on mc1 but, when trying to share an external disk drive called 'Buffalo' on mc1, I get the following:
:~$ sudo mount 192.168.1.37:/Buffalo /mnt/nfs/Buffalo mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting 192.168.1.37:/Buffalo
I've created the necessary directory, called Buffalo, on mc2.
Here's the exports file on mc1:
any ideas what I'm missing? Thanks
Having a hard time to install Ubuntu 12.10
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 15, 2014
So i am actualy trying to install Ubuntu 12.10 on my Desktop computer and it turns out that when i always boot from Installation CD, it goes black with a blinking underscore line. But when i put nomodeset on the commandline before it boots all i see is a black screen but this time without the blinking underscore line.. just nothing.. and The lights on y keayboard are actually blinking too which is weird... I also have another Ubuntu and its 14.04 which is the latest version but its on a usb so far same thing happens..
Just for you to know, my Computer has the Gigabyte B85M-HD3 mobo , a 4GB DDR3, a 500GB seagate HD, a Palit Nvidia GT630 2048 MB (2GB) DDR3, The "Hasswell" Intel i3 4130 with processor speed of 3.40 GHZ (Gigahertz).. Also i bought a PCI firewire card which is connected to my MoBo then to my camcorder , then my A4tech keyboard, Wireless Microsoft Mouse 3500, and a home theatre Speaker connected to it...
I also disabled the SecureBoot, i set my SATA to
badblocks returns zero errors, still not able to install ubuntu on my hard drive
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 9, 2013
I am trying to format and repartition my hard disk using ubuntu 12.04, but to no avail.
Read various posts on multiple forums and tried following with no success :
libparted : 2.3
Input/output error during write on /dev/sda
Error fsyncing/closing /dev/sda: Input/output error
Badblocks returns zero errors.
dd ran successfully with absolutely no errors.
sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda bs=1M
Disk utility SMART status says : Disk is Healthy.
Not sure, of what's the issue and what can i do to reuse my disk.
P.S : I have backed up all the data and am only concerned about reusing the disk somehow.
LXer: Ubuntu One Is Now Available for Mac OS X
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 12, 2012
Published at LXer:
Canonical has announced earlier today that they released a Beta client of their Ubuntu One service for Apple’s Mac OS X operating system.
Install ubuntu on a hardisk as non persistent OS
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 16, 2010
i want to ask, its is possible to install ubuntu in a harddisk as a non persistent environment?
i mean, i want my ubuntu is always clean everytime it is restart, like a live usb.
if it possible, how to achieve that?
Cannot read/write to external HDD from Mac OS Extended NONJournaled
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 1, 2010
I read here that Ubuntu can read the filesystem Mac OS Extended NON-Journaled: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=499665
Linux supports HFS+, though it has read-write support only for NON-journaled HFS+ partitions (you can disable journalling in OS X) ... if you want to share data, use non-journaled HFS+ (case-sensitive is OK, but not for a boot partition) or plain old FAT32.
However, when I plug in the external HDD, and try to write to the folder, it doesn't let me. When I view the permissions of the drive, it shows me the following: http://img189.yfrog.com/img189/14/screenshotad.png
Owner: 99 - user #99
You are not the owner, so you cannot change these permissions
I formatted the drive on a Mac, so would I change the permissions there?
I need to use a filesystem that can be opened on both a Mac and Ubuntu, but not FAT32 - because I need to transfer files larger than 4GB.
Triple boot ubuntu 12 with windows 7 and Mac OS X Lion. Need partition help.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 20, 2012
Need help with the partitions to install ubuntu 12.
I bought Acer aspire 5755G UK model recently with windows 7 having two partitions where the first partition contains windows files and second partition was for data. From there I straight away install Mac OS X Lion install on second (data) partition. As I am able to do dual boot without any problems with both the operating systems. Now for me it is time to have Ubuntu for my work purpose, so I wanted to know whether I can triple boot ubuntu along with other 2 operating systems without messing partitions.
I wanted to know because I know there may exist problem with partition type and status.Here below i am attaching my disk management window screenshots taken from windows 7 and ubuntu live disk.
please advice me.
Many Thanks in Advance.
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
Access to Linux drive in Mac OS Yosemite
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 18, 2015
So, my girlfriend dropped my laptop. All seems to be fine, except the screen. Hello darkness, my old friend! Honestly, the laptop is too old to do anything but access the data I need and move on. I bought an external hard drive enclosure, and plugged it into the only other computer I have access to: a Macbook Pro with Yosemite. I am able to see the hard drive in Disk Utility, but I can't mount it or access anything. I tried using MacFUSE and Fuse-Ext2, but I couldn't get them to make it readable. I have a ton of school, work, and entertainment files on the hard drive that I would hate to lose.
The hard drive is formerly Ubuntu, I think 14.10. It was my startup, and only, drive in the now dead laptop. Does anyone have any bright ideas on how to gain access to the data?
Thank you so much to any and all who can help!
I can't install Ubuntu on brand new computer (no previous OS)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 11, 2014
I decided I would try and build a new system myself. As far as I can tell I’ve successfully done so as it boots into the BIOS just fine. I’m having trouble getting Ubuntu 14.04 to install from a usb though. I was just getting a black screen. I've looked into this “nomodeset” stuff here:
and that doesn’t seem to be helping. It does scroll a bunch of nonsensical (to me) text (wasn’t doing this before) but still ends up telling me this:
"BusyBox v1.21.1…blah blah
Enter ‘help’ for…blah blah
(initramfs) Unable to find a medium containing a live file system" and the keyboard does nothing any longer, I end up having to use the physical power button to turn machine off.
How would one go about fixing this? I have searched around and not found anything that's actually worked thus far. I'm sure I'm just not searching for the correct terms or am just missing the right page but I'm beginning to get fed up. Any help would b
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