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JonexWhy can't i connect to the server from another computer, fresh install. :)12:20
JonexDo I need to open it up on another interface?12:22
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Rescue9anyone home?03:34
Rescue9figures... :-P As usual, a freenode channel that's full, but no one is talking.03:36
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UnNaturalHighI was wondering if anyone here knows if there is a .tar.gz of ubuntu-server, instead of the livecd?05:12
fooAnyone used heartbeat? hm05:39
PumpernickelUnNaturalHigh: Why do you want a .tar.gz?05:44
UnNaturalHighPumpernickel, I find the live cd annoying and cumbersome05:45
PumpernickelHow would a .tar.gz help with that?05:46
UnNaturalHighPumpernickel, listen, I don't want to describe my reasons to you and I don't want to argue this with you either05:47
UnNaturalHighI am assuming you have no idea05:47
PumpernickelI'm just getting type mismatch here, is all.  Archival format versus installation medium.05:50
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djay-ilI'd like to intall an ubuntu server on x3850 but it crashes on start. Anyone can help?01:33
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\shdjay-il, what crashes? 01:52
djay-il\sh: kernel crashes with APIC messages and then tries SMP and crashes as well. I've tried to use noapic and nolapic, but to no avail. Maybe I'm using it wrong?01:58
\shdjay-il, the install kernel or the production system kernel? 01:59
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\shdjay-il, x3850 == sun machine?02:01
djay-il\sh: install kernel. I've tried to start with "server" but I get "no such kenel image" message02:01
\shah ibm server ;)02:03
djay-ilIBM :-)02:05
djay-ilyea, quad-cpu02:05
\shdjay-il, did you install 64bit or 32bit? if 64bit, try to install the 32bit version please, just to be sure, that's something with the 64bit kernel02:05
djay-il\sh: 32bit; and I haven't installed it yet. Thats what I'm trying to do02:06
djay-il\sh: so, anything?02:19
\shdjay-il, try the 64bit flavour :) 02:33
djay-ilI need specific environment02:35
djay-ilcan I boot the uniproc kernel, not smp?02:35
djay-iland, btw, why doesn't "noapic" work?02:52
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mralphabetdjay-il: he suggested that you try 64 bit as a comparison, not as your answer.04:24
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PatizivsHi, does anyone has working squidguard on feisty?05:15
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waahi, i need use atheros restrict module but it is only available in linux-restricted-modules-2.6.20-15-generic and i'm using linux-image-2.6.20-15-server. What should I do? use 2.6.20-15-generic instead 2.6.20-15-server?06:09
Burgundaviawaa: you need atheros on a server?06:11
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waaBurgundavia, yes06:13
Burgundaviaaside from the slightly crackish idea of using wireless on a server, generic will work just fine06:14
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waaBurgundavia, it's going to be an access point06:20
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ekiddI tried applying the smbclient update on my workstation, and it said, "You are about to install software that can't be authenticated!"06:58
ekiddI don't want to try to upgrade our servers until I figure out what's going on.06:58
ekiddWere the packages signed incorrectly?06:59
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slackwarelifeekidd: try to use the shell with sudo apt-get update and apt-get upgrade07:06
ekiddslackwarelife: Using sudo aptitude upgrade I get equivalent errors.07:06
ekiddThese packages aren't signed.07:06
ekiddI could install them anyway, but not until I figure out what's going on.07:07
ivoksdo you have ubuntu-keyring installed?07:07
ekiddWARNING: The following packages cannot be authenticated! smbclient samba-common libsmbclient07:07
ekiddivoks: Yup. And I can install other, non-security packages without problems.07:08
ekiddHave any of you applied these fixes?07:08
ivokswhich version is that?07:08
slackwarelifeekidd: yes07:08
ekiddubuntu-keyring/feisty uptodate 2005.01.12.107:09
slackwarelifeekidd: but i did sudo apt-get update and this fixes the problem, after I was able to upgrade07:09
ivoksno problems here07:09
ekiddYup, apt-get update did it.07:10
ivokswell, you have to do update first07:10
ekiddWell, I'd already run an update earlier, or I wouldn't have seen anything to upgrade.07:10
ekiddMaybe I caught a stale or incomplete version of something?07:11
ekiddAnyway, it works. Thanks for the advice!07:12
slackwarelifeekidd: I think is a problem about the server update (there is not the first time I had this message)07:14
ekidd(I'm a little bleary-eyed this morning. One of our Debian servers at itself last night while upgrading to 4.0, and we wound up doing a full rebuild with Ubuntu 7.04 server edition. It's good to be on Ubuntu, but I was here to 11pm and a coworker to 6am.)07:15
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ekiddslackwarelife: Thanks, I'll keep that in mind! I'm a recent convert to Ubuntu on the server, and still need to learn all the quirks.07:17
slackwarelifeekidd: which kind pf server are you doing with Ubuntu if I can ask ???07:19
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ekiddslackwarelife: It's a Samba server with a couple terabytes of external RAID arrays, and it serves as a domain controller.07:20
slackwarelifeekidd: PDC + Ldap :)07:20
ekiddYeah, not the sort of thing you want to die at 7pm. It was not fun--first the upgrade ate itself, then we had really bad IDE hardware problems while rebuilding it.07:21
ekiddSometimes Murphy just wants to make it clear who's really in charge, you know?07:22
ekiddBut Ubuntu is extremely shiny, so that's one piece of good news. My congrats to everyone involved in the project.07:24
slackwarelifeekidd: Yes, now I don't sleep because I'm not able to connect my Ubuntu clients with Ldap + Samba PDC (my enterprise wants some security things)07:24
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gregbuntugreetings all. anyone load ubuntu on IBM x86 server? (netfinity 5500 in my case)07:58
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gregbuntutrying to load ubuntu server on netfinity 5500. installer works until type of keyboard is specified, then seems hung on blank blue installer screen. tried several ubuntu versions (7.04, 6.10, 6.06.1) and same result for each. any ideas?09:20
gregbuntufrom installer console i get kernel messages "hda: DMA interrupt recovery" and "hda: lost interrupt", i have a raid 5 setup.09:22
gregbuntualso get kernel message: "ide-cd: cmd 0x28 timed out"09:23
gregbuntuthese tree kernel message keep repeating every few seconds09:24
slackwarelifetry to pass ide=nodma on the start09:29
gregbuntuslackwarelife: bingo. installer proceeds now. thanks!09:34
slackwarelifegregbuntu: nothing09:35
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ph1zzlehey all10:06
ph1zzleI installed my system and gave it a the wrong domain name, it's up and running but the ssl certs in /etc/ssl/certs/ssl-cert-snakeoil.pem and /etc/ssl/private/ssl-cert-snakeoil.key have the wrong domain name listed and tell people that when they try to use them (dovecot imap-s), is there a way to recreate them?10:08
slackwarelifesudo openssl req -nodes -config openssl.cnf -new -x509 -keyout CA/private/cakey.pem -out CA/cacert.pem -days 365010:16
slackwarelifesudo openssl req -config openssl.cnf -nodes -new -keyout /etc/ldap/slapd-key.pem -out slapd.csr10:17
slackwarelifesudo openssl ca -config openssl.cnf -out /etc/ldap/slapd-cert.pem -in slapd.csr10:17
slackwarelifethese are the 3 commands I use10:17
slackwarelifebut you have done to configure yor openssl.conf10:18
slackwarelifeChange the name of cert with your ;)10:18
ph1zzlethank you10:20
slackwarelifeMy dir /etc/ldap/sapd are example, change it too, ok ;)10:21
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ph1zzlewhere is CA located?10:22
ph1zzleor is that...10:22
defaultrohi folks, I need to build a server. FreeBSD/OpenBSD failed to detect my 8gig. I would like to try ubuntu but don't know where to download so I can try first if it will detect it. Maybe a livecd?10:23
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ph1zzleslackwarelife, I have a file called /etc/ssl/private/ssl-cert-snakeoil.key which seems to be a RSA private key, where does that come out in the description you gave, or does it10:24
ph1zzleok, the first command I did gave me two rsa keys10:27
ph1zzledifferent sizes10:27
slackwarelifeph1zzle: you have done all 3 command using ssl-cert-snakeoil like name, right10:27
ph1zzleso far I have only done the first one, and I took out the dirs so I could see what I get and figure out where it goes10:28
gregbuntui've got an ubuntu install on my netfinity 5500 now. it has raid 5 setup. i get grub error 18 on boot now. i read that it is best to make the OS partition smaller to solve this. does this make sense?10:28
ph1zzleopenssl req -nodes -config openssl.cnf -new -x509 -keyout cakey.pem -out cacert.pem -days 365010:28
ph1zzlegregbuntu, does linux support your raid card, is the boot partition on raid, are the modules for your raid card being loaded, is the initramfs on raid etc10:29
slackwarelifeph1zzle: ok this command create cacert.pem file10:30
ph1zzleok, I just ran the second one as well, lol, I was about to see what that creates 10:30
gregbuntuubuntu does support this raid interface (formatted and copied just fine), my raid array shows up as one logical drive (sda or 0,0,0) and that is where i told installer to create partitions. is there a way to get more verbose output from grub?10:32
slackwarelifeph1zzle: the second create the *key.pem10:34
ph1zzlegood question, I would hit the man page / docs on that one but what you just told me sounds reasonable enough to assume it's grub10:34
ph1zzleslackwarelife, I re did it from scratch with the correct names and I got this error on the final one10:36
ph1zzleroot@tolemedia:/etc/ssl# openssl ca -config openssl.cnf -out /etc/ldap/slapd-cert.pem -in slapd.csr10:36
ph1zzleUsing configuration from openssl.cnf10:36
ph1zzleI am unable to access the ./CA/newcerts directory10:36
ph1zzle./CA/newcerts: No such file or directory10:36
slackwarelifeph1zzle: Ok this problem is because you must change some to your openssl.conf file10:37
slackwarelifeph1zzle: but I have some problem to post the line you must change here :(10:42
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ph1zzleoh, I see what your saying10:46
ph1zzlefair enough, I will post it on the web next time, in fact that was my mistake in focusing on the other problem10:46
shawarmadefaultro: Did you find the livecd iso yet?10:47
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ph1zzleslackwarelife, I am now being told it is having a problem with index.txt and according to my openssl.cnf it's a database index file it is looking for10:48
slackwarelifeph1zzle: If you want I'm in the launchpad tomorrow10:48
ph1zzleI honestly don't know what the launchpad is10:49
slackwarelifeph1zzle: ok, try this10:50
ph1zzlegladly, and I appreciate your help10:50
slackwarelifeph1zzle: cd /etc/ssl10:50
ph1zzleI have been here the whole time10:50
ph1zzlein /etc/ssl10:51
slackwarelifeph1zzle: sudo mkdir -p CA/certs CA/crl CA/newcerts  CA/private10:51
slackwarelifeph1zzle: chmod 700 CA/private10:51
slackwarelifepz1zzle: if you don't want repeat sudo all time do sudo -s10:51
ph1zzleright, I am already as root, and I just did all you mentioned10:52
slackwarelifepz1zzle: all command we do with root privileges ok ;)10:52
ph1zzlethats new to me though, lol, I always do sude su -10:52
ph1zzleright, I am not so much a newbie, just never touched ssl before now too much10:52
slackwarelifepz1zzle: sorry :-[10:55
slackwarelifepz1zzle: let's go.    touch CA/index.txt10:55
slackwarelifepz1zzle: echo 01 > CA/serial10:56
slackwarelifepz1zzle: now we can edit the openssl.cnf file10:56
slackwarelifepz1zzle: 1 --> [ CA_default ] 10:58
ph1zzleright, I am looking at it, I tried that command first before you mentioned it and it mentioned commonName needed to be supplied I am looking at that atm10:58
slackwarelifepz1zzle: line to change --> dir= ./CA   # Where everything is kept10:58
ph1zzleok, I am using that dir atm10:58
slackwarelifeand these10:58
slackwarelifecerts= $dir/certs# Where the issued certs are kept10:58
slackwarelifecrl_dir= $dir/crl# Where the issued crl are kept10:59
slackwarelifedatabase= $dir/index.txt# database index file.10:59
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slackwarelifeafter these10:59
slackwarelifedefault_days= 3650# how long to certify for10:59
slackwarelifedefault_crl_days= 30# how long before next CRL10:59
slackwarelifedefault_md= sha1# which md to use.10:59
slackwarelifepreserve= no# keep passed DN ordering10:59
slackwarelifeafter these:11:00
slackwarelife[ req ] 11:00
slackwarelifedefault_bits= 102411:00
slackwarelifedefault_keyfile = privkey.pem11:00
slackwarelifedistinguished_name= req_distinguished_name11:00
slackwarelifeattributes= req_attributes11:00
gregbuntuin my raid config i have adapter cache 'on'. bad idea?11:01
gregbuntualso int13 extention is 'no'11:01
ph1zzleok, so far everything you are mentioning is proper in the file, just so you know I have not changed it since I installed 7.04 but I will keep following11:01
ph1zzlegregbuntu, you have me on that one11:01
gregbuntui'll try reinstall of grub...11:01
ph1zzleint13 I beleive was a... no I am in thinking of int21, 11:02
slackwarelifeph1zzle: and after you can compile this part [ req_distinguished_name ]  with your data11:02
ph1zzleI would turn int13 on since it's an interupt used in mbr and boot code11:02
gregbuntureinstall grub has no effect. i will try int13 on now...11:03
ph1zzlegregbuntu, I would also disable adapter cache... although it may be irrelevent but I am not sure 11:03
ph1zzleslackwarelife, openssl.cnf has localityName but no localityName.default, can I add this column?11:05
ph1zzleer, row?11:05
gregbuntuhmmm... still get grub error 18 with int13 on and adapter cache off11:06
ph1zzlenow that it's off do a re install of grub11:06
gregbuntumaybe i'll try reinstall using small partition size11:06
gregbuntuoh, good idea11:06
ph1zzlewhat is the raid card?11:06
gregbuntuit is 'ips' module11:07
slackwarelifelocalityName= Locality Name (eg, city)11:07
slackwarelifelocalityName_default= Casalpusterlengo11:07
gregbuntuIBM ServeRaid interface11:07
ph1zzleI did apply a commonName_default though and I am still getting an error that it was not specified, I was never asked for it... shoot11:08
ph1zzleI am gonna start over11:08
ph1zzleok, it worked, lol11:10
ph1zzleslackwarelife, I really do appreciate your help11:11
ph1zzleshould I buy you a hooker for the evening or something to say thanks? ;)11:11
slackwarelifeph1zzle: nothing11:13
ph1zzlelol, well thanks anyways, I do appreciate it a lot11:13
gregbuntugrub install raid error 1811:15
gregbuntutyped google search criteria in wrong window..DOH11:15
gregbuntuok i re-install grub to /dev/sda (the logical drive that represents my raid)...11:17
gregbuntustill get error 1811:19
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gregbuntuduring install, i have option for grub or LVM (or something like that). should I choose LVM for a raid situation?11:23
slackwarelifegregbuntu:  Error 18: Selected cylinder exceeds max supported by BIOS11:23
slackwarelifegregubuntu: it seems your Bios does not support your cylinder partition start11:24
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gregbuntuslackwarelife: this is scsi raid so that should not matter, right?11:24
gregbuntuscsi bios can see everything11:25
gregbuntuslackwarelife: there is a minor bios update however changelog reveals one small change related to win2k, so essentially bios is current11:26
gregbuntui notice there is --force-lba parameter for grub-install, but this only applies to IDE right?11:30
slackwarelifegregbuntu: ok, I confess I know only the grub error. I post it because I think you can use it to solve your problem. Thanks11:31
gregbuntuslackwarelife: i appreciate your help11:32
ph1zzlegregbuntu, the 18 error is right afaik, there is no such thing as scsi only bios as far as I know, the fact is your getting the error because what grub is talking to as bios is having problems, now you may have an aditional bios on your card but it does not have access to the reserved functions that a computer bios has, now grub is making a int call which is getting picked up probably by your initial bios which then queries the raid card, it d11:35
ph1zzleoes not know it's raid as far as I know and probably assumes it to be a pci style disk controller but the fact is the information it gets back is incompatible with your own bios11:35
ph1zzleand no, you do not want lvm11:35
gregbuntuph1zzle: thanks. i wonder if grub in confused by ide bios (the cdrom is only ide device). i can try to disable ide in bios i guess...11:42
ph1zzlegregbuntu, there is no such thing as ide/scsi bios11:43
ph1zzlebios is the software that starts your computer before linux is loaded11:44
ph1zzlegrub isn't confused in this case, that bios which is programed into a chip that sits on your motherboard has an address space that is reserved for this bios11:44
ph1zzlewhen any application does a bios interupt call, it gets a response from the bios on your motherboard 11:45
gregbuntuph1zzle: i gather that my system bios just passes off disk i/o functions to the scsi firmware (bios) that controls the scsi bus. is that correct?11:47
ph1zzlegregbuntu, from what I understand, some functions it does and some it doesn't11:49
ph1zzlenow it's been a few years since I have learned assembly and wrote programs that make raw interupt calls so I am not a pro on this but I think for disk requirements it will still depend on your mother boards bios which it always should and the manufacturers should know this as well as using standards to configure it11:50
gregbuntuph1zzle, that makes sense. the strange thing is that this system was fully operational with win2k prior. so any bios limitation should have prevented that also. another thing that puzzles me is that with scsi drives, there is no place in the system bios for drive geometry, so i don't see how the system bios can be a problem here.11:55
ph1zzleI am not saying the bios itself is the problem, It may just be part of whats detecting it or something the OS is doing to call a bios interrupt that is detecting it, honestly I don't know a 100% what the problem is yet but let me re read something, also what kind of card do you have11:56
ph1zzlegregbuntu, read this http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/grub-error-guide.xml#doc_chap6_sect111:58
ph1zzlewhat is the size of your hard disk anyways?11:58
gregbuntuah, i see. there are 6 scsi 18GB each, adapter is IBM ServeRAID 2.80.0312:00
ph1zzlewhere is your boot partition on the disk?12:01
ph1zzleor on the raid?12:01
ph1zzlegregbuntu, type df -h /boot and paste the results into rafb.net/paste12:02
ph1zzledf -h /boot12:02
gregbuntuboot partition is on the raid: all disks are part of a raid 5 array that looks like one logical drive /dev/sda12:03
ph1zzlebtw, thats only a 108 GB @ 6 x 18, lol12:03
ph1zzleone logical drive?12:03
ph1zzleno partitions for perticular sections?12:04
gregbuntuto clarify, it appears as one big disk (/dev/sda) however there are 3 partitions (sda1, sda2, sda5) and sda1 is first and boot partition12:05
ph1zzleok, fair enough then12:05
ph1zzlethats what I was wondering12:05
gregbuntu ph1zzle, thanks so much for your help so far. i have an appointment now... i'll try this again tomorrow.12:06
ph1zzlein that case I would suggest throwing an old ide in there as your first disk, copying /boot to it and making it the boot drive to bios, honestly I don't even know where on the raid the /boot is physically but neither does bios12:06
ph1zzleand yeah, no prob, I was about to tell you I am going home ;)12:06
gregbuntugood idea12:06
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