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  1. I should mention though - installing Ubuntu 9.10...

    I should mention though - installing Ubuntu 9.10 as a KVM VM in Fedora 12 with VirtIO (to LVM raw disk) was hugely faster than installing it on Xen.

    You might also try using virt-manager to walk...
  2. You've got my curiosity up enough that I had to...

    You've got my curiosity up enough that I had to test it out and try it, however with the configuration our servers are in, I couldn't duplicate it exactly, but was able to do the following and it is...
  3. Have you tried it either without the "--noacpi"...

    Have you tried it either without the "--noacpi" virt-install option, or with adding the noacpi option to the ubuntu kernel?

    Search google for "ubuntu noacpi" or "ubuntu boot options".
  4. Thread: unzip bz2 files

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    Seems like your bzip file might be corrupted, but...

    Seems like your bzip file might be corrupted, but you could try unzipping it with "bzip2 -d" to find out:
    -rw-r--r--. 1 root root 127 May 4 12:03 test.file.tar.bz2
    [root@mercury ~]# file...
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    Fixing it by hand is generally a serious pain;...

    Fixing it by hand is generally a serious pain; but if you did instead of using usermod; you'd need to edit the /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow files to make sure that the home directory info is correct....
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    I'd recommend using the 'usermod' command to fix...

    I'd recommend using the 'usermod' command to fix the account; i.e. usermod -d /home/username -m username.

    Fill in the 'username' with the user2 or whatever user you're trying to fix. This command...
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    I will say this, even though SATA is supported in...

    I will say this, even though SATA is supported in FC6; I also could not get it to recognize my SATA3.0 hard drive in a brand new laptop. FC7 did though. The laptop I was installing it on was an...
  8. The PPC is indeed PowerPC chipset, which means...

    The PPC is indeed PowerPC chipset, which means that this is either an IBM or Apple machine; so you'll need to take that into consideration when compiling any code or installing anything on this...
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    Another method, should you basically want to see...

    Another method, should you basically want to see what services are configured to start in a given runlevel, would be 'chkconfig --list':

    # chkconfig --list
    autofs 0-off 1-off 2-off ...
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    True and True... FC6 and FC7 both support SATA...

    True and True... FC6 and FC7 both support SATA Drives; FC5 and before do not; although there are workarounds to make them work with them.
    For RHEL3/4, only RHEL4, Update 4 and above support SATA...
  11. Well, it's pretty easy but these instructions...

    Well, it's pretty easy but these instructions assume you're using LVM2 and also have free space. The change won't be permanant on a LiveCD environment, but hope this gives you an idea:
    Do a...
  12. Have you already verified that you have...

    Have you already verified that you have connectivity from this box to the internet? Also, you'll need DNS to be fully functional, and also any proxy or NAT translation you're using fully configured....
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    The method that Red or I have listed above should...

    The method that Red or I have listed above should work for what you were needing; however, there is a another 'small' possibility, in that somehow the default user setup files have been corrupted;...
  14. From a command prompt, issue the 'uname -a'...

    From a command prompt, issue the 'uname -a' command. It's output should be something like this:
    Linux hostname 2.6.9-55.0.2.ELsmp #1 SMP Tue Jun 12 17:58:20 EDT 2007 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux...
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    Also, after you do a useradd, issue the 'passwd...

    Also, after you do a useradd, issue the 'passwd user2' command to set a password for the user, then either 'ssh -l user2@localhost' to test the login, or else just login again as the user2 userid.
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    You could delete the userid and readd it:...

    You could delete the userid and readd it:
    userdel user2
    useradd -d /home/user2 -m -c "Describe the user" user2

    Also, I'm interested to know why it's checking this at boot time. Do you have any...
  17. Thread: kernel panic :(

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    Just to point out, a lot of newer hardware isn't...

    Just to point out, a lot of newer hardware isn't supported on RH9, since RHEL2-5 have come out. I'd highly recommend stepping up to RHEL4 if you work in a corporate environment where you have a...
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