How to burn a Bluray Disk from a Debian isoimage?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 19, 2009
can somebody give me a short tutorial, how is the best way to burn one blue-ray disk from the debian lenny 5.0 iso-image (18,7GB)?
From here for example:
I want to use the mount command to open the iso-file and this works, but if i drag and drop the files to the new blue-ray disk, the Nero Linux Vers. 3523 Programm is closed immediately.
mount -o loop /media/disk-2/Debian-500-i386-bd/udf/debian-500-i386-BD-1.iso /mnt/music/disc
Is something wrong in the mount command? Do I forget the udf filesystem?
Its seems to be, the problem is the "debian" directory in the iso-image-file. All the other files and directorys can I drag and drop to burn a new blu-ray. But if i drag and drop the debian directory, the nero linux programm get out.
Best regards, cm
centos disable LVM via kickstart
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 14, 2010
Does anyone know of a way to tell the CentOS installer -not- to use LVM in a kickstart?
We've been using a system that lets us define which particular drives to use during the installation as part of our deployment system. This does not work now that LVM is the 'default' in CentOS.
I've looked over the options and I see how to FORCE particular LVM configurations, but I see no way to just turn it off.
Does anyone know how to do this?
[SOLVED] Deleting Windows Files from Knoppix via Netbooting
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 8, 2009
I have netbooted into Knoppix on my laptop (it is the only way I can boot any OS, CS/Floppy/USb is not an option) and to fix my Windows install I need to know how to delete some files that are on a Windows partition. It always says unable to delete them, but it doesn't say why I can't. Help?
Create USB installation disk from command line
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 12, 2010
I have a command-line system of Ubuntu installed, and I'd like to use it to create a bootable USB disk of Ubuntu from the ISO file. I know that usb-creator can be used to do this under X, but it doesn't seem to have a command line version. The closest thing I could find to a command-line procedure was here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/In...n/FromUSBStick. Is there an easy way to go about making a bootable USB disk, or are the steps used by usb-creator documented somewhere?
Distros like Arch have .img files specifically made for USB sticks. Are there any such .img files for Ubuntu? I wasn't able to find any.
Trying to mount single disk from a Raid1 Synology NAS
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 13, 2013
Hi. I have an issue that have been discussed here a couple times, but with some specifics that differ. Here is the situation :
I have a Synology DS210J NAS, it's a 2 disks Linux based NAS that uses ext4 as it's filesystem (synology support page)
I have used 2 * 1TB drives for a Raid1 storage to keep my data safe.
Now, however due to some issues i want to access that data locally on my PC running kUbuntu 13.04 to try and recover some lost data.
I took one of the disks and plugged it inside a SATA to USB2 docking station (easier than opening my PC, removing a sata disk and putting this one in it's place).
The disk is visible, if i use fdik -l i get the following (sorry for french output of my command line)
Is running fsck fy on OSX disk from Linux safe?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 5, 2014
I have a problem with the MacBook Pro of a friend;
OS X would completely fail to boot - we've tried different stuff, all unsuccesful including:
-Boot into Safe Mode
-Boot into command-line / Single-User mode, which display something like this (don't remember the exact line, will check again: hfs_mountroot failed: 5 cannot mount root, errno = 19. Can't mount root?);
-I also got a "No-Way" sign (Does this mean, basically hard-drive not found?), and even a Kernel Panic.
-Boot from recovery partition and verify disk; oddly, the disk is not even seen by OS X at all, so I can't verify it! Nor in the terminal. Should I list the partitions and try to mount it manually?
It may sound like a dead hard-drive, but still, I did managed to boot on my Ubuntu 13.04 x64 USB drive and access the OS X partition. I accessed all the files, and apparently managed to backup everything, at least in the Users folder. I should note that the drive takes at least 2 minutes
Display issues when remoting from Windows via xRDP
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 20, 2014
I am having a strange issue when remoting from Windows to Ubuntu using xRDP. I can initialise the connection fine and enter credentials, however the desktop appears like this with a black 'X' cursor:
Is there some package that needs to be installed on Ubuntu to allow full graphical access?
Removing duplicate words from file?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 31, 2008
I want to merge file1 with file2, remove and duplicate words and then make file3 with the contents of file1 and file2 without the duplicates.
I know you can merge files with the "paste" command, however dont know how to remove the duplicates.
Any help apretiated, thanks in advance.
removing duplicate entries from a csv file
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 3, 2013
HI Guys i have a file as below
I want to display only lines that have not been duplicated i dont want to just remove the duplicates
any way to do this from the cli ?
Many thanks Pete
Creating a DOS boot disk from USB
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 8, 2010
I have a Dell Vostro 1400 with the Nvidia GPU running ubuntu 10.04.
There is a problem with the GPU and dell has recommended that you upgrade your BIOS. I have the executable that can run from either dos or windows.
The problem is, I can't boot the system long enough before the screen goes blank on me, my option is to boot from a USB disk to a dos command prompt and then execute the update.
I have the file, I just need instructions on how to create a bootable dos disk using a USB pendrive.
Where can I get the necessary files to make this happen? All your help is greatly appreciated.
edit : I think I solved the problem on my own
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