Some iptables rules are not working on Ubuntu 8.10 server
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 4, 2009
On Ubuntu 8.10 server, I want to deny any attempt of a connection by the server to any other host on the home network. This includes PING as well. I set up a number of rules though ufw, enabled it and rebooted and I can still connect to other machines. In the following output from ufw status, 172.25.25.211 is Ubuntu and 172.25.25.16 is the other host. I can still communicate between the two on port 80 and by ICMP and believe that ufw/iptables is working because the two statements concerning ports 22 and 80 take effect.
To Action From
-- ------ ----
22/tcp ALLOW Anywhere
80/tcp ALLOW Anywhere
172.25.25.16 DENY 172.25.25.211
172.25.25.211 DENY 172.25.25.16
Anywhere DENY 172.25.25.16
Saved iptables rules:
# Generated by iptables-save v1.4.0 on Tue Feb 3 23:15:19 2009
:INPUT DROP [107:9343]
:FORWARD DROP [0:0]
[SOLVED] Services not starting at boot Ubuntu 11.10 Server /etc/init.d
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 14, 2011
Firstly these services worked fine on my old server they ran at boot.
They are some game servers hl2 mods, minecraft, teamspeak etc.
I copied the scripts from /etc/init.d on the old server as I have done before then using webmin set to run at boot. Some ran fine like minecraft, others did not at boot. However I can start them all afterwards manually fine.
I tried disabling with update-rc.d and enableing, still no effect, the scripts all have 755 permissions on them and are owned by root.
All are runlevel 2-5 (I think dunno much about runlevels) using "chkconfig --list"
[SOLVED] mounting samba share on ubuntu 12.10 server on to ubuntu 12.10 desktop
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 10, 2013
This is my first post and I'm a bit of a Linux n00b. I'm having trouble auto mounting a shared file located on Ubuntu 12.10 server. I'm trying to mount the file on Ubuntu 12.10 desktop. I've been working on this off and on almost all week and have implemented every fix I could find online.
The error messages is:
If I click on the mounted shared file located on the "side bar" on the desktop nothing happens. Nothing opens and no messages are displayed. However, if I go through network browser and click on the file I can access the it without any restrictions - I can copy, paste, save, whatever. Also I have a windows xp computer on the network that can access the shared files without any problems at all.
When I run sudo mount -a I get the error message:
mount error(13): Permission denied
Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)
If I try to click on the shared file in the network browser I get the the error:
mount: only root can mount /
How to install Ubuntu 7.10 Server on MS Virtual Server 2005 R2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 28, 2008
I'm a newbie and I tried this once and Google ate my question.
I am trying to install Ubuntu 7.10 Server on a Virtual Machine created in MS Virtual Server 2005 R2. The box this will run on has an Intel Core 2 Dual Processor and 4 gb of memory. I have partioned the hard drive so that the Virtual Machine for Ubuntu is separated from the Windows Small Business Server stuff.
I am doing this so that my laptop can stay connect to the network whether I am working on Ubuntu LAMP or SQL Server 2005.
The Virtual Server installed fine as did the Virtual Machine until I tried to add the Ubuntu Server. The error I get comes after I've done the keyboard selection and states: "Cannont mount CD-ROM". My only option is to abort.
Can anyone out there help an ole tired run down bitch (as in dog) ? I have searched high and low over hill and dale throughout just about every forum I could find. There is alot on Desktop and VPC but nothing on Server stuff.
Sorry if there are sp
Ubuntu 12.10 Server creating a LVM on a disk already in use
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 1, 2013
Good Evening, all:
I've searched high and low, but I just can't find an answer that makes sense to me.
The system: Ubuntu server 12.10, x64, on a generic white box server running an HP P800 SATA RAID controller. The array is 2.7TB.
The current system drive situation: Ubuntu is installed and running on /dev/cciss/c0d0p1, which is a 250gb partition, formatted MBR/ext4. The rest of the array is unformatted.
What I would like to do is create an LVM out of the 2.4TB that is currently unformatted. Ideally, it would be /dev/cciss/c0d0p2. I can find lots of instructions on how to create the Logistical volume on a new, unformatted drive, but I can't find a way to do this on just part of a drive. Booting a live CD and running GParted does not allow for this, and if it's at all possible, I don't want to format the entire system and start over. Being that I can't find instructions on how to do this, I don't know if it's even possible.
Any thoughts/suggestions would be very appreciated!
Step by step guide to setting up Ubuntu 11.10 server for Newbies!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 14, 2011
Updated the UFW section to add a new in/out rule for dhclient
Updated the NETATALK section to use a newer version of Netatalk and a different afpd.conf file
Updated the NETATALK section to have a better prompt when using ssh or the console
Section #1 - Introduction
I have set up a small server at my home to handle some basic NAS-like functions for my network of Macs. I knew that I would have a hard time repeating the steps should I ever have to do it again so I documented the process. Well, that sort of snowballed and I wound up writing a fairly in-depth HOW TO on the process. Partly because I felt there wasn't anyplace where there was a comprehensive guide to doing what I wanted to do, and party because the act of "teaching others" actually makes me learn the process more completely myself. I am aiming
HowTo: VMware Tools on Ubuntu 8.10 Server JeOS (ESXi 3.5)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 20, 2008
I managed to install VMware Tools on Ubuntu 8.10 Server JeOS (64-bit) on ESXi 3.5.0, build 110271. It was complicated so I thought I'd share. Now I still have a question about paravirtualization at the end of this post.
When you define your VM, set the network adapter to be E1000 at first.
INSTALLING THE OS
Start the virtual machine and in the console select the language and press F4 to change the mode to Install a minimum virtual machine. Press Enter to start the installation.
Select the following items from the desired services (this is for what I intend to do with my server, you might need different options):
Basic Ubuntu serverDNS serverOpenSSH serverSamba file serverVirtual Machine host
Log into the machine and update it with:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
INSTALL THE VMWARE TOOLS
According to Peter Cooper and many other posts out there, there is a problem compiling VMware tools in Ubuntu. So we will follow the workaround using parts of the open sou
Problems with my Ubuntu 9.10 Server and Cable modem Motorola Surfboard
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 27, 2011
Hello, I have a server which has 3 network adapters. 2 internal or local network and 1 connected to a cable modem Motorola Surfboard provided by my ISP.
The network adapters are all RTL8168b/8111b and are using driver r8169 (2.3LK-NAPI). The system is running a custom kernel 2.6.39 and of course everything works, but once in 2-3-4-5 or even more days the connection between my network adapter connected to the cable modem fully dies, without any error.
Normally you can connect to the cable modem using an ip address 192.168.100.1, but when the connection dies between the network adapter and modem, this ip can't be reached anymore even if the network cable is fine and everything theoretically should work.
The fix in a case like this is to fully reboot the server, nothing works, restart dhclient, the network, putting eth0 (the network adapter connect to the modem) and brining it up again doesnt do anything.
This issue it's happening for at least 6 month and my ISP says it's my f
How do I download ISPConfig to my Ubuntu 7.10 server
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 23, 2007
Just a bit of further info - the ISPConfig website gives full instructions on how to install it, but none as how to get it on there in the first place.
Ubuntu 12.10 Server + RAID5
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 13, 2013
I have installed Ubuntu 12.10 Server on my HP Microserver. I installed it onto an SSD and now have 4 1TB HDD which I want to configure as RAID5.
How do I go about doing this, can I do this from the console or remotely using telnet or is there a GUI tool available?
Any help would be great, most guides I have found are to do it at OS install time (ie OS installed on RAID) or for older versions.
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