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grub2/initramfs disaster recoveryview story

http://serverfault.com – One of my ubuntu 12.04 is a vm on vmware ESXi host. It has separate boot and root partition. One developer did fsck on the live root partition by mistake and this vm can only boot to initramfs mode with some errors - "/proc is not found". My understanding is root partition inode table was damaged causing read error. This might be fixed by fsck the root partition. (HowTos)

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DMRAID Multiple RAID10 Array Dependence + TrueCrypt Can't Access Secondary Arrayview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I'm not new to linux, but I was trained in the ways of RedHat (actually CentOS/Fedora, but close enough), so Ubuntu/debian is still a bit foreign to me. (Hardware)

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Keyboard works on start up, but stops functioning as soon as the bios loadview story

http://superuser.com – I have quite an unusual problem. My keyboard works fine on the OS and during start up, so I can easily hit Del to enter bios or F8 to choose disk. In either those screens, however, the keyboard (and mouse, because my bios support that) suddenly stops working, even the leds (if on) shut down, and I can't do anything. Any ideas? My BIOS is Gigabyte UEFI DualBios. (HowTos)

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Debian/Knoppix 7.3 live CD install network questionview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – hello linux users; long time no .c Booting with a live Knoppix 7.3 disk on a Dell Precision m4700, Windows Boot Manager sees the disk and displays: Windows 7 Debian GNU/Linux - Continue with install process Selecting Debian takes me to the Debian installer main menu. Everything goes well until I get to the option to detect network hardware. (HowTos)

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How RAID-1 mirroring is beneficial for an organization.view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi friends, I got a question in an interview that "how RAID-1 mirroring is beneficial if anything goes wrong in 1st hard disk(in case of file corruption,bad sector etc.) as that also writes to other disk ?". (HowTos)

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Using a new partition made with GPartedview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I am using CentOS 6.5 and would like to make a separate partition for /tmp so a hacker cannot fill up the disk. I have just used GParted to shrink an existing partition and make a new partition on which to put the /temp directory. (HowTos)

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DMRAID Issue + TrueCrypt Issue - May Not Be Ubuntu Specificview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I'm not new to linux, but I was trained in the ways of RedHat (actually CentOS/Fedora, but close enough), so Ubuntu/debian is still a bit foreign to me. (HowTos)

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Throw away dirty copy-on-write pagesview story

http://stackoverflow.com – Is there a way that I can create a copy-on-write mapping via MAP_PRIVATE, write some data (ie, dirtying some pages), and then discard my changes, without using munmap and re-mmaping? (HowTos)

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mounted file system with C program does not recognized by dfview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi I wrote a simple program to mount a flash disk with a C language in Linux. the program works fine but mounted filesystem does not shown with df -a command in bash. this is my mount function call in my program : Code: if (mount(SysFlag.BlkDevPath,SQLITE_DEVLOG_BASE_IN_TMPFS,"vfat",MS_SYNCHRONOUS,"")==0) what is wrong with it ? (HowTos)

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RAM sector remapingview story

http://stackoverflow.com – I'm running linux (ubuntu 13.04) on a machine with SSD. I've relocated the /tmp folder on RAM to minimize write operations on disk. My question is: does the OS (or anyone) remap RAM sectors to ensure equal weariness between all of them, as it does with HDD's? (HowTos)