Error when pushing to git server hosted in Ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 6, 2012
I am setting up git in Ubuntu and when i try to push to remote repository hosted in ubuntu i get the following error
ssh: connect to host 192.168.188.128 port 22: Bad file number
fatal: could not read from remote repository
I basically followed the instructions in this link. Can you please let me know what change i need to do for my ssh.
Problem installation GIT Server HTTP on Ubuntu 11
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 29, 2012
someone can help me ?
I have installed on my Ubuntu machine the GIT server with Gitolite...it seems to work perfectly with SSH and GIT protocol, I have installed the option GiWeb on Apache2 too...
I am not be able to clone, push, and pull the repository via HTTP protocol...there is a good men ( or woman ) can help me step by step...I am quite novice on Linux and all the info on the web cannot help me...
Thanks for your patiente
LXer: How to run your own Git server with GitlabHQ on Ubuntu 14.04
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 9, 2014
Published at LXer:
How to run your own Git server with GitlabHQ on Ubuntu 14.04This document describes how to install and configure Git and GitHub. These are great tools to manage and administer a whole host of Git repositories and the associated permissions. So, these remain true blessings for users writing open source software, however, when writing a closed source software may not be comfortable in trusting the code to a third party server. To gain the much-needed flexibility and control on stuff like Github/BitBucket without hosting the git repositories on servers that lie external to the control of users, GitLab remains a Godsend!
CentOS, Fedora, or Ubuntu for server. Which is best?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 20, 2008
The title sums it up. And, posting this on an Ubuntu forum, I know beforehand that the answers might be a little biased.
But the gist of it is that I may soon need to set up and periodically administer a box that will be used for subversion, among other things. I've been using Ubuntu since Feisty on might desktop and have loved it overall. My first instinct is to go ahead and load Hardy LTS on the new server, but then again Fedora seems to be the go-to distro for servers.
I realize that Canonical is working hard to make Ubuntu a server household name in its own right with some already evident success, but I know Fedora supposedly has a history of being a strong server platform, and nearly every server I've seen in the past is usually running some form of Red Hat-inspired software.
Come to think of it, I had forgotten about CentOS. How does that stack up?
I haven't really administered a server of any kind before, so I'd appreciate honest assessments of each distr
Ubuntu NIS Server / Debian NIS Client Wonky Ownership
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 21, 2013
I seem to have set up NIS server on Ubuntu and a NIS client on Debian that works (mostly). I can authenticate as users that exist on the Ubuntu server, on the Debian box, but NFS mounts seem to have really wonky owners.
Sample of permissions
drwxr-xr-x 13 4294967294 4294967294 4096 Apr 17 19:13 backups/
drwxr-xr-x 6 4294967294 4294967294 4096 Jun 8 11:45 images/
drwxrwxr-x 7 4294967294 4294967294 4096 Jun 6 17:42 iso/
LXer: FreeNAS to Ubuntu: Torrent Server
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 13, 2012
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If you're coming from FreeNAS 7 to Ubuntu, you remember the very handy torrent server that was built in. Well we can exactly replicate that with Transmission's and its WebGUI. A torrent server provides you a great way to download torrents directly to your server. It also allows you to constantly seed torrents, even when your main computers are off. I use this to host copies of OS's (such as Ubuntu!) so other people can download them faster.
Ubuntu Storage Server 5TB
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 18, 2012
I have 5x1TB drives. I plan to add more of different capacities later on.
I was considering ZFS, however great it is though, for a home environment it doesn't suit my needs because:
1.) You can't expand the pool as and when (you need to create a new pool).
2.) You can't simply disconnect the drives and read them in another machine, for example if the server OS takes a dump (OpenIndiana or w/e).
3.) RAID size is limited by the smallest drive.
I am considering using Windows Home Server v1 again, as I liked the Pool features and it reads S.M.A.R.T data to indicate failure very early on.
Would mdadm or something similar utilising Ubuntu achieve what I am after? I do not need full redundancy as most of the data is movies - however certain files I would want full redundancy.
I am sharing to Windows computers, and would expect writes 40-100Mb/s as that is what I get at present.
Ubuntu and server virtualization
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 5, 2012
I have a question for all of you Ubuntu Server people.
I want a setup like this:
2 physical server, one running unRAID and one running as a VM Server (Running a Ubuntu 12.04 server & an pfSense firewall.
What is the best way to achieve VM Server?
From what I can see there's a few alternatives (They all feature VMWare, as that is what I want to work with)
1: Install & run VMWare's server OS (Would be the best solution, but my 2 NIC's aren't supported so would need new hardware)
2: Install Ubuntu and run VMWare Server as a service on that.
Does anyone have an experience with option 2? I don't suppose the performance would be different from option 1 and 2, since a base Ubuntu Server install wouldn't be a performance eater.
Electricity cost per month to run Ubuntu ws/server 24/7?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 24, 2009
My electric bill shows a cost of 7.8 cents per kwhr. How much does it cost me to run my Ubuntu workstation/server all day every day for a month?
Asus P5Q3 mobo
8, 7200 RPM, 1 10,000 RPM hard drives totaling ~7 TB
4 GB ddr3, 1.7V, Patriot
Q9550, 2.83 GHz, quad core cpu
ATI (MSI) 4850/512 MB video card
30 inch, 4 MPix Samsung 305T monitor
80% power supply efficiency
How much does it cost me to run this beast 24/7 (or at least while I am awake)?
The Antec power supply calculator at http://www.antec.outervision.com/PSUEngine gives me almost 600 Watts as as minimum for my system. I selected a 750W PSU (and the system is very stable [while running Ubuntu ]).
600W * 24 hr/day * 30 day * .078 $ / kw.hr 1kW/1000w / .8 = $42.12
This is without the monitor which draws roughly 130W. Guesstimate $50/month for the system.
At 10% interest (0.833%/month) with 12, $50 payments per year, this amounts to $628 in electricity costs per year.
How much more will
Ubuntu Game Server
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 11, 2012
Hello, I'm thinking of creating a video game with OpenGl, SDL, and C++, But the only problem i have is to come up with the networking. How am i going to route data packets to clients and receive their packets which comes from my game and then use their actions to change the game's parameters? Basically, How do you create a video game server with Ubuntu Server? Ubuntu looks very foreign to me and I've only worked with Windows in the past, All other threads talked about creating FTP servers, but used tools with existing video games such as Half-Life, but i want to create a First-Person Shooter, which is heavily multiplayer based. I've installed Ubuntu Server on my Server PC, but i don't know where to go from there. I know little of Coding with Ubuntu, I have not seen any good tutorials lately because of everyone trying to make game servers for counter-strike and MineCraft which is drowning the other web pages with it's own weight.
Please no negativity, i know at least one of you will sa
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