Is MongoDB causing my Ubuntu 10.04 root file system to be completely full? If so how can I uninstall MongoDB? [closed]
location: linuxexchange.com - date: December 19, 2011
A few days ago I decided to install MongoDB but, right after I installed it problems started happening. I outline exactly how I installed MongoDB and all the problems that ensued soon after at this post at AskUbuntu.com I do want to mention that I talked to one of the people on the #mongodb IRC channel and they told me that MongoDB needs like 10GB to run.
Could that be why my Ubuntu's root file system got full after MongoDB installation? Makes sense. If this is true and MongoDB is the issue, then how should I go about uninstalling MongoDB?
Also is there any way to keep MongoDB and save my Ubunutu 10.04? Or should I do a clean install of Ubuntu but give it more room thank just 10GB?
cd / && du -hcs *
8.4M .... bin
34M ..... boot
4.0K ..... cdrom
625M ... data
312K ... dev
17M .... etc
45G .... home
0 ......... initrd.img
0 ......... initrd.img.old
275M .. lib
13M .... lib32
0 ......... lib64
16K ..... lost + found
3.9M ... media
[SOLVED] Ubuntu: How do you give sftp root privilege to user?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 18, 2010
This is my first thread ever to make on the linux forum, and I just began using linux Ubuntu Lucid for my server.
Please bare with me because I think I am questioning such a basic question.
How do you give sftp root privilege to user?
I've made group "admin" and made 2 users under that group.
Trying to upload a file onto a server using SFTP with one of the user and it fails and says "Permission denied."
I gave full sudo/root permission to the group "admin" from /usr/sbin/visudo
I mainly use Tranmit4 but I also have filezilla.
Or is there a way to run sudo command on either ftp client application?
Thank you all!
how to root android under ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 14, 2012
here is a small how to about rooting an android phone using linux environment. So, let's get started!
1) open synaptic and install the package eclipse
2) install sdk tools, which will enable you to install adb (emulator shell), which will help you to issue the commands from ubuntu in order to root your phone
e.g. your android version might be froyo
go here: http://developer.android.com/sdk/installing.html and download the SDK Tools, r18 on the left hand side of the page (mind that the number 18 might not be the same)
3) unzpip the file, go into the folder tools and execute ./android
a graphical environment will open and from there install all those packages (click them) which are specific to your phone
4) go then into platform tools and initiate the adb like ./adb
5) follow this guide here: http://blog.mx17.net/2011/08/howto-r...-mini-pro.html
which explains what you do after you have installed the sdk package with the adb emulator shell
i) connect you
How to root Galaxy S (Epic 4g) on Ubuntu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 7, 2012
I've spent all morning trying to find clear instructions for rooting an original Galaxy S on Ubuntu, with no luck so far.
So I come to you, Ubuntu Forums, to help guide me toward the bliss of having a rooted Android phone.
It is my goal to root my Galaxy S and install Jelly Bean onto it to give it an extended life.
Please, please help!
Ubuntu: How to reenable expired root account?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 9, 2008
Running Ubuntu 8.04.
Had a password assigned to root at one time. Disabled it using the command $sudo passwd -l root
Wanted to log in as root again, tried sudo su and got the message "Your account has expired; please contact your system administrator.
su: user account has expired"
Tried re-enabling using the command $sudo passwd root
It accepted the password change but still won't let me log in as root. I get the same error message about account expiring.
Any idea how to fix this?
How to Root G2X wiht Android Gingerbread 2.3.x in Ubuntu 11.10
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 22, 2012
Not sure which thread to post this in... but I know it will get moved to the correct location.
Does anyone know how to root Gingerbread in Ubuntu? Hours of Googling have not paid off. I really don't want to go to a Windows machine to do this.
Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
How to root samsung galaxy s2 from ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 6, 2012
I bought Samsung galaxy s2 and its Android operating system.
I am planning to install CyanogenMod in it.
I need to know how to root the samsung galaxy s2 from ubuntu.
I searched and could not able to find.
can anyone please help me how to root and install cyanogenmod.
Thanks & regards
I need help on how to root a zte warp on ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 30, 2013
OK i need help on Rooting my android device on ubuntu I'm still failure when it comes to Ubuntu
I'd love it if i could get some help.
How to root Galaxy Note 4 from Ubuntu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 28, 2014
This should actually be easier on Linux than Windows but finding the instructions, not so easy. :-/
How to give ubuntu user the root privilege
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 23, 2009
I am new to ubuntu and I am trying to connect to an "Ubuntu" server using VMWare Converter and it throws this message:
User name 'myuser' does not have root privileges on the source machine.
I searched the forums and tried few things,like:
I added 'myuser' to the root group but it still throws that error.
Can someone please tell me what needs to be done to give the user 'root' privileges.Since the converted is using 'ssh' to connect, are there any specific 'ssh' related settings that needs to be performed.
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