I left my laptop running the UBUNTU 6 install last night but it was still churning away when I got in this morning. One good thing about virtual pc's is that you can blow them away and kick off afresh within seconds. Also once you've got a stable installation you can save the vhd file somewhere and then replicate it as many times as you have space for in order to try new config, tools distributions etc without screwing up an important project you might be working on. Today I was curious to see what would happen if I interfered as least as possible (usually a good strategy) so I fired up a vpc with no hard disk configured, put the cd in the drive and let it auto run. Up came the UBUNTU splash screen, and it then counted down something like 30 seconds and began to install itself. For a while the screen had some kind of low res pattern on it but now it's gone black. The disk is whirling away as it was when I came in so I presume it's doing something. It sounds to be reading from the disk and the laptop hard disk is correspondingly busy.
Thsi MY first blog. Just for fun to test this out.Ha ha dont know what to write. Today I want to try out JTR but the tutorial for that is to less. Cant really perform out the testing on my own machine. Too bad.
I'm a new to Linux today and am installing UBUNTU 6 into a Virtual PC 2004 instance on my laptop so I can learn it in a relatively contained environment. I thought I could use it as a platform for software development using Ruby on Rails. As a dyed in the wool MS VB/Visual Studio developer this all represents a voyage into the wild beyond. So far so good. Its impressive how much can be done with so little overhead. The other day I had to set up a VStudio 2003 complete installation for someone. It took four hours and the resulting virtual hard disk (.vhd) was 6Gigabytes! It does make you wonder.
Since yesterday, August 2nd, Ubuntux.org has become 1 year of age! Happy Birthday!
We still need some helping hands to build up this community (moderators, writers of tutorials, and so on). Please let me know, if you are interested.
Hi I was recommended Ubuntu by a friend so I downloaded and started installing it on my PC. Everything was fine till it got to the point where it wanted to partition my hard drive. I asked it to wipe out my current partitions and create new ones automatically... it gives up at about 20% with an error saying "could not read the file system"??? I have no idea whats going. can anyone help?I would appreciate any help on this.thanksNishant
i downloaded the DVD Version of the new Kubuntu 6.06 and when i boot from it it hangs. i tried to install it using the Text installation version i found that it hang when mounting the DVD Content and gives me Error that the CD-ROM Drive couldn't be mounted.can anybody help me on how to deal with this problem?
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a widely used protocol for monitoring the health and welfare of network equipment (eg. routers), computer equipment and even devices like UPSs. Net-SNMP is a suite of applications used to implement SNMP v1, SNMP v2c and SNMP v3 using both IPv4 and IPv6.http://www.debianhelp.co.uk/snmp.htm
Hi guys,I've been running my first ever Linux server for a couple of months and I went for Ubuntu 6.06. Love it! :DIt's been running fine for a while but it will no longer get past the line that says "mounting root file system" when booting up. I did an install on the HD - is there any way I can repair this maybe by booting off a CD? Any other ideas?Cheers,G.
hi guys my name is ikenna and believe me when i tell u that i am a real fan n enthusiast of the Linux having interacted with almost all of the linux distribution ranging from derbian,redhat,caldera,mandriva to the great SuSE and i just got a free ubuntu CD lately n cant wait 2 try it out..i gladly look forward to the day that i will b submitting patches to the linux kernel.but guys i seriously have a minute limitation which i know my co-developers could help me to.i need a laptop where i can start off my little piece of contribution to the development of this wonderful open source OS as i do not have enough resources to get one.i will b of so much joy if my request is granted by a co-kernel hacker so that i can start work immediately to make the best thing that has ever happened to computers the greatest OS the world could deliver.pls any triggered response should b forwarded to my mail(firstname.lastname@example.org). thnx guys.
Maybe someone can help mewith this, i have a HP dektop with modem/souncard Rockwell International Riptide HSF 56k PCI ModemPCI ID: 127A:4311 1235:4311riptidei have DapperUbuntu 6.06and kernel 2.6.15-23-386 i have de modem working fine and ive tried to get the sound going with the riptide driver but its only in rpm or to be compiled and when trying to install i have problems, anyone else have this problem?tnx
FireHOL is a stateful iptables packet filtering firewall configurator. It is abstracted, extensible, easy and powerful. It can handle any kind of firewall, but most importantly, it gives you the means to configure it, the same way you think of it.http://www.debianhelp.co.uk/firehol.htm
I have tried to get electricsheep up and running to no avail. It ran under Badger, but not Drake.
Under Drake it tries, then fails, to get the first sheep.
If I move sheep from my earlier install into the .sheep folder, it can play those through mplayer, but the mplayer window resizes each time the sheep is renewed.
How long does it take for Ubuntu's default partitioning to complete? I've had the computer on overnight thinking it may take awhile, but I don't think this is right. Why is partitioning not complete? I've had a blue screen for hours!! Any help?brandon
i dont know what to do someone help me
Hi, I installed Ubuntu a week ago. 2 days ago I ran into a major problem. I don't know what I could have done (all I remember is doing Cntl-Alt-Bksp to restart xserver), but sometime later I realized that the default gnome panels were no longer working or responding. The only thing I could do is click the trash icon, and use the keyboard to switch desktops. If I try to click any menu like Applications on the top with my mouse, nothing happens. My desktop icons work fine. Also when I minimize a window, the window does not show up in the bottom panel. Also any keyboard shortcuts I use to access the panels do not work. When I try to restart XServer or go to runlevel 1/2 back to runlevel 5, runlevel 5 will show my desktop void of any panels. The only way to get them back is to reboot my comp., but panels will still not work. <br> Has anyone else run into this problem? If so how can I fix it? I tried deleting ~/.gnome and restarting it, but that didn't work. I also tried killall deskbar-applet and kilall gnome-panel and all that. Also tried un-installing gnome panel and re-installing, but now I just get a "OAFIID: GNOME_Panel_TrashApplet" message