Unable to load web pages from local Apache server running Ubuntu 11.10view story

http://askubuntu.com – I have been working on getting the newest version of Ubuntu loaded on a netbook. I was able to download the utility to get the ubuntu image on a flash drive and managed to install it. However, I am having serious problems with apache on the netbook. I am sitting behind a Cisco e1200 firewall with both my "working pc" (a desktop) and "server" (the netbook) talking through it. (HowTos)

select unique values from duplicates in linuxview story

http://www.unix.com – I have values in the variable as so the for loop just fetches one by one params=$'$HEW_SRC_DATABASE_LIB\nprmAttunityUser\nprmAttunityPwd\nprmODBCDataSource\nprmLoadInd\nprmS rc_Lib_ATM\nprmODBCDataSource_ATM' and i have a grep command like this Code:           ret=`grep \$y $pf` Where $y refers to values in the params variable and $pf contains certain values w (HowTos)

[SOLVED] Sound not working Compaq CQ61 Statlerview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – EDIT: Erm, sorry, this can be deleted. I had PCM muted for some bizarre reason. It's 3AM, my mind doesn't work at this time of night.I've been running Statler for about a month without any major problems. Anyway, came home from work this evening and the sound isn't working. Nothing. It's fine in Ubuntu so it's definitely not the hardware. (HowTos)

Tomcat configure maxThreads per webappview story

http://serverfault.com – i've asked this question once on stackoverflow. Sadly with no response. However i think this place might be more appropriate. Is it possible to configure tomcat to use a predefined number of threads per webapplication? (HowTos)

[SOLVED] Unable to update with -Syuu but able to install packagesview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Strangely, the problem is solved after I have cleared the cache with 'pacman -Sc' command, though it is not recommended normally as per the wiki. After clearing the cache, when I ran 'pacman -Syuu' again, that time it even showed me that I need to download around 68MB and finished successfully. (HowTos)

Puppet: reference count for resources and installing/dropping them on demand?view story

http://serverfault.com – Still trying to get puppet to "do what I want" (I still don't know how to talk to it properly)... I have the following problem: an Apache server hosts the static content for several clients, and this static content is versioned: node the.node.name { client { 'c1': version => 'v1', # otherstuff } client { 'c2': version => 'v2', } } There are 30+ cli (HowTos)

Common ways of spam files ending up in a web directoryview story

http://serverfault.com – A friend discovered a bunch of spam files in his web directory on his web host the other day. (HowTos)

PHP: error while loading shared librariesview story

http://serverfault.com – In my server (Newly launched) when I am trying to upgrade MediaWiki. (HowTos)

Reverted snapshot details are not recorded in eventsview story

http://serverfault.com – One of my team mate reverted a snapshot without intimating any body. We tried to find it through Events. But there was no record. Where we can find the details about reverted snapshot? (HowTos)

How much free disk space need I remain for VPS? [closed]view story

http://serverfault.com – Normally, I need remain about 2G disk sapce to let windows 7 run better. How much free disk space need I remain for VPS ? VPS: Microsoft Hyper-V Windows 2008 R2 x64 Standard Edition - Bare OS Processor (vCPU) 1 Guaranteed Dedicated RAM 1G Total Disk Space (RAID 10) (HowTos)

Messed up gcc/build-essential - how to revert?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I have some strange problems regarding my build setup... acutally I am trying to compile #include <stdio.h> int main() { printf( "Hello World!\n" ); return 0; } by running gcc -o simple simple.c but this gives some errors. (HowTos)

Hiding tty1 output on shutdown/rebootview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I have come to Crunchbang from Arch and am loving the simplicity of the new openbox frontend :DI have my setup pretty much as i had in Arch Linux except that i cannot seem to hide the output of tty1 on shutdown or reboot. (HowTos)