Lost all access to C drive & need to recover dataview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – FML I'm running 14.04 on a AMD Quad Core with 4Gb RAM. My system has been getting progressively flaky for a while, with odd little issues that were more annoying than anything else. Yesterday an update for Time-zones failed to install, which seemed a bit strange. I then tried to start Google Chrome browser, but it wouldn't load. (Hardware)

Please Help: "response passed but not finished" in Apache error logview story

http://qt-project.org – Good Morning, I’ve created a PHP extension for LAMPP/PHP from C++ source code that uses the QT framework. I’m using QCoreApplication, QObject and QEventLoop. I have a QT server running that creates a socket in the /tmp folder of Ubuntu. If I run the client from the command line, all works as expected. (HowTos)

Need to pass Oracle SQL output to Linux and back... Help!view story

http://www.unix.com – Hi all, Hopefully you can help. This is what I'm trying to achieve: Obtain a list of usernames out of an Oracle Database Based on this list, link each username with an Oracle Internet Directory (OID) GUID Using the username and GUID perform a database update for all users Here are the commands: This is SQL which is not the scope of this forum. (HowTos)

Gaming rig for friend. Make sense?view story

http://hardforum.com – This is the 4th machine I will build for this good friend of mine. Last one made it 6 years (still going actually!) A new record! This new rig will be build with the following in mind: GPU and SSD (m.2) upgrade down the line. Plus a new monitor at some point, most likely 27" 2560x1440. Main doubts are SSD and Cooler. Also is it a good idea to buy now and not in mid December? (Hardware)

<< generate alphabets and append in the input values >>view story

http://www.unix.com – Hi Team, Pls help to get the desired output. I have a input like below Code: nodecount=10 host=na7-db1-1-chi nodecount can be 10 or 8 based on this we need a output (in single line) like below Code: na7-db1-1-chi:A na7-db1-2-chi:B na7-db1-3-chi:C na7-db1-4-chi:D na7-db1-5-chi:E na7-db1-6-chi:F na7-db1-7-chi:G na7-db1-8-chi:H na7-db1-9-chi:I na7-db1-10-chi:J Regards Kam (HowTos)

12-hour time?view story

http://crunchbang.org – kozimodo wrote:"gedit .config/tint2/tint2rc" and change the line that begins with time1_format to:time1_format = %l:%MYou can also change time/date display according to http://linux.die.net/man/3/strftime.Excellent and spot on. Thanks! (HowTos)

NFS client cannot mount a certain directoryview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hello! I am replacing file server with Ubuntu. The previous file server was made by FreeBSD with ZFS. I need NFS function at new Ubuntu server. (Hardware)

Apple Pay Experiencesview story

http://hardforum.com – Walked into a CVS but I didn't want to hold the line up just incase it didn't work, so I went to the pharmacy. I held my phone over the terminal and from the sleep screen, the phone activated and displayed the cards stored in Passbook. Went to the register and paid in one step. Easy. The same at Walgreens. Apple Pay > Sliced Bread (Hardware)

unable to launch apps with admin rights from GUIsview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi, after upgrading to utopic I'm facing an issue. Basically my user cannot gain root privilegies if the trigger (the button) to gain those privilegies is embedded the user interface. Some examples: if I open the unity-control-center (formerly gnome-control-settings) and then move to the User Accounts section I see the "unlock" option grayed out and I cannot gain root right to edit users (Hardware)

[ubuntu] Attaching to Windows Serverview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hello Everyone, When I use the GUI (Nautilus) to attach to a remote Windows/SMB server does the server get mounted somewhere on the filesystem? For example, if I connect to a server from a Mac it will automatically mount it to /Volumes - which is really convenient if you are using command line apps or apps that don't necessarily support the desktop environment correctly. Thanks, --Dave (Hardware)