tarvidlooking for ipac-ng; seems to have been last seen in dapper00:16
JanCWeasel[DK]: sorry, I have no idea, but often it happens because it's not maintained upstream anymore, or a better solution is available in another package, or such00:21
tarvidany suggestions for ip accounting by ip address00:23
JanCno suggestions as in "this works for me", but from the description seems like net-acct should be able to do that  ;)00:25
JanCI'm sure there are other solutions too00:26
lfaraoneHow do I configure apache to return all requests for any URL as HTTP 503 (and some error page)?01:35
JanClfaraone: I don't know about a ready-made solution, but should be easy to write a simple script that does that?01:39
lfaraoneJanC: okay, how can I rewrite all requests to any page to a single php/python script?01:40
erichammondlfaraone: You can send all requests to the same file with a RewriteRule.01:40
erichammondTo return a static file with headers like "Status: 503" check out the ".asis" file extension.01:40
JanCe.g. http://www.dotcomunderground.com/blogs/2006/08/31/return-503-status-with-apache-webserver/ has an example01:41
JanCor what erichammond says  ;)01:42
JanCyou could use the same file content for that01:43
erichammond.asis can handle a more volume than a script which is especially useful if you are getting flooded.01:43
JanCmost likely (a dedicated apache module could be even faster of course)01:44
lfaraoneJanC, erichammond, thanks.01:44
erichammondToss a RewriteCond before the RewriteRule and you can turn your maintenance page on with the simple creation of a file.01:45
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grim76Gotta suck being these guys http://idle.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=09/09/16/155525203:44
grim76crap wrong channel sorry03:44
TohuwI'm managing IT for a small (> 25) person company. I just started a few weeks ago, and they have NO server or domain of any kind right now. I'm seriously considering Ubuntu Server, but I'm concerned about single-sign on, directory services, and group policy management. Any insights or shared experiences would be greatly welcome.03:49
thiagocrepaldiwhich tools is used on ubuntu docuemntation ? mediawiki ? (http://help.ubuntu.com)04:15
VK7HSEthiagocrepaldi: are you asking what type of wiki they use? if so I believe it is Moin Moin04:22
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thiagocrepaldiVK7HSE, yes. i asn't even sure if it was a wiki04:23
thiagocrepaldii installed here, but i anted a "static website" look and feel to everybody else, tehn me04:24
twbikiwiki is a compile-oriented wiki.05:06
twbYou push changes to the wiki source repo, and as a post-hook ikiwiki runs which "compiles" statically rendered pages, which you can export with any old httpd.05:07
twbOf course, that would ACTUALLY be static, rather than "looking and feeling" static...05:07
lbsjack_who uses Eucalyptus under ubuntu 9.10 ?08:51
erichammondMy PPA package build is going to start in 11 hours?! https://launchpad.net/~alestic/+archive/ppa/+build/127430609:00
erichammondSeems like this project might be able to use a little EC2-ness for spike loads.09:01
roxy09hi there ...i just install kubuntu and i am getting "out of range" in my windows with a black screen. somebosy know how resolve it?09:10
zzz2009? how the hell does one get postfix sasl to work?11:05
NineTeen67CometThis may not be the place, but I've installed mediatomb and can start/use it fine with cli input. How do I get it to start with boot? I added mediatomb to rc.local but it didn't seem to start up.12:08
ivokshow did you add it?12:09
NineTeen67Cometsimply added the line /usr/bin/mediatomb (then to test just added mediatomb) .. above the exit 0 line ..12:09
ivoksthen it should start12:09
NineTeen67Cometivoks: I'll play with it a little more .. it'll restart with /etc/init.d/mediatomb restart .. but I don't see it running in top unless I start it myself with mediatomb ..12:10
ivoksdoes it need ip?12:10
_rubenno rc.local is needed, as it got a proper /etc/init.d/mediatomb12:11
NineTeen67Comet_ruben: that's what I was thinking ..12:11
_rubensudo update-rc.d mediatomb defaults12:12
NineTeen67CometThen I edited the /etc/mediatomb/.config.xml file to match the one in my home directory .. still nothing ..12:12
ivoksif you get ip by dhcp, and that service requires an IP to start, then think about it :)12:12
NineTeen67Comet_ruben: I'll try that ..12:12
NineTeen67Cometivoks: all my boxes are static (17 all told in my house) ..12:13
_rubenmediatomb is kinda nice, if only my tv's dlna implementation wouldnt suck so much :(12:13
NineTeen67Comet_ruben: I always forget how to add stuff to rc .. says it's already exists ..12:14
_rubenmight build me a ion based xbmc thingie12:14
_rubenNineTeen67Comet: then it should work already, does for me atleast :)12:14
NineTeen67CometYeah I've installed it mainly for my PS3 .. my mythbuntu boxes already work great (no TV so I use a lot of my own movies) ..12:14
_rubenmight wanna check the logs to see why it fails12:15
_rubencould double check update-rc.d's work with: ls /etc/rc?.d/*mediatomb12:15
NineTeen67Cometyeah, it seems odd .. I can start it manually in cli by typing mediatomb but if I check it when it boots nothing ..12:16
_rubenalso, does the screen show any attempts to start when booting up ?12:16
NineTeen67CometLooks like it's trying to find it's html file in my home directory .. gotta change that back to the default directory ..12:16
_rubenencrypted homedirs as well? had that problem with sabnzb+, looking for config in my homedir, which couldnt get decrypted once i logged in :)12:18
NineTeen67Cometyeah, I'm creating a /home/mediatomb/.mediatomb directory now .. with all my default configs ..12:18
_rubeni dont recall mediatomb messing with files in homedirs, then again, been a while since i played with it12:19
_rubengave up on it due to my crappy dlna implementation tv (samsung 32")12:19
_rubenno support for ffwd for instance12:20
NineTeen67CometI started it initially as me as the user .. when I typed in mediatomb I didn't preface it with sudo or anything ..12:20
NineTeen67Comet_ruben: I hear your pain .. when I was trying s-video the resolution just sucked too bad to be useful ..12:21
_rubenhere it runs as user mediatomb, by using the init script12:21
NineTeen67Cometyeah mediatomb .. that's why I created the /home/mediatomb directory with all the .mediatomb files from my directory rsynced in .. (along with changing the permissions to mediatomb:mediatomb and chmod 777 them just to be ultra done .. lol12:22
_rubenmediatomb's homedir is /var/lib/mediatomb, not /home/mediatomb though :)12:24
NineTeen67Comet_ruben: got it going .. just changed the file in /etc/meditomb/.config.xml to point to it's own directory instead of mine .. all's well that ends well ..12:27
NineTeen67CometNow I gotta figure out how to hack my ADSL router (just moved into this place) so I can get my web sites back up .. sigh .. HATE VERIZON!12:27
NineTeen67CometThanks for the ideas _ruben .. off to bed ..12:28
NineTeen67Comettake care12:28
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alonswartzHey folks, regarding ubuntu-on-ec2, I noticed that linux-modules-VERSION-modules (ubuntu-on-ec2 ppa) has been upgraded since the canonical ami's (and so the aki/ari's) were released. Would the latest version still be compatible with the released AMI's (hardy LTS)?15:52
AnirbanHazraWhat is the latest release of Ubuntu 8.04 ?16:39
andolAnirbanHazra: There is a 8.04.3 point release16:41
AnirbanHazraandol: Thanks, and I hope its LTS ?16:42
andolAnirbanHazra: Actually 8.04.3 is still 8.04, and hence LTS. It's merely a new release/iso, saving you the trouble to download that many updates after install.16:56
RuadhHi. I am having problems downloading 6 updates on my ubuntu server.  I get the error message saying "... Could not resolve 'gb.archive.ubuntu.com'" Can anyone help?17:04
clusty_Ruadh, try a different mirror17:05
Ruadhclusty, how do i do that?17:05
clusty_Ruadh, did you install some GUI to your server or you kept it totally headless ?17:06
Ruadha small GUI17:07
clusty_easiest is with synaptic17:07
clusty_it's a GUI to the package manager17:07
RuadhI'll have a look thanks17:08
clusty_you can chose software repositories17:08
clusty_and it also can check for fastest mirror for you17:08
AnirbanHazraandol: How long Ubuntu 8.04 LTS is supported ?17:09
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clusty_i think it is 2 years maybe?17:09
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andolAnirbanHazra: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CommonQuestions#Releases%20and%20Version%20Numbers17:10
clusty_btw, how does one upgrade a server distro?17:12
clusty_i presume there is no update-manager -d equivalent?17:12
clusty_can i just replace the sources.list ?17:13
Ruadhclusty_, I tried synaptic bit it came up with the same error.17:19
clusty_Ruadh, you changed your mirror?17:19
clusty_or tried the same?17:19
Ruadhhow do i do that in synaptic?17:19
clusty_check settings17:20
clusty_you will havething called repositories17:20
clusty_or whatever17:20
clusty_and you can chose from a big list the mirror17:21
clusty_and then you can choose the repos you want17:21
Ruadh_clusty_, All done and dusted. Thanks17:41
uvirtbotNew bug: #442372 in samba (main) "package samba 2:3.3.2-1ubuntu3.1 failed to install/upgrade: sub-processo novo script post-removal retornou estado de saĆ­da de erro 1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/44237217:44
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hanshenrikfor some reason... i got php.ini in /etc/php5/apache2  and /etc/php5/cli, umm... witch 1 does my apache2 install use?17:59
AnirbanHazraHow anyone can seamlessly upgrade from Hardy Heron to Lucid Lynx when it is released on Apr 2010 ?17:59
pmatulisAnirbanHazra: the normal way, nothing special18:03
AnirbanHazrapmatulis: What is the "normal way" . I apologize for not having the idea .18:03
pmatulisAnirbanHazra: are you using GNOME?18:14
uvirtbotNew bug: #442403 in postfix (main) "package postfix 2.6.5-3 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/44240318:27
AnirbanHazrapmatulis: No, mine is a server edition , so only shell is there.18:28
pmatulisAnirbanHazra: then 'sudo do-release-upgrade -m server'18:31
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nicholas_What is the best web-based apache statistics viewer?19:16
ubottuUsually, there is no single "best" application to perform a given task. It's up to you to choose, depending on your preferences, features you require, and other factors. Do NOT take polls in the channel. If you insist on getting people's opinions, ask BestBot in #ubuntu-bots.19:17
nicholas_What do YOU prefer?19:17
_rubenno preference at all, since i dont care about "web-based apache statistics viewers"19:19
Jaggedwebalyzer is what I normally use...19:23
nicholas_Thanks Jagged.19:27
uvirtbotNew bug: #439315 in postfix (main) "package postfix 2.5.5-1.1 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 75" [Undecided,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/43931519:46
pmatuliswasn't there something called awstats?19:52
AnirbanHazrahow can I understand that whether I am running a desktop or server version of Ubuntu ?20:02
dthackerAnirbanHazra: ubuntu server does not have a graphic desktop environment installed by default.  Do you have one installed?20:06
Mike_lifeguardAnirbanHazra: you can also check what kernel you're using with uname -r20:06
pmatulisplease note that there is no server kernel for i386 starting with karmic20:09
AnirbanHazrapmatulis: Mike_lifeguard: uname -r = 2.6.18-92.1.18.el5.028stab060.220:10
AnirbanHazrawhat does it mean ?20:11
_rubenthat's not an ubuntu kernel20:12
_rubenlooks redhat'ish20:12
_rubeneg redhat, fedore, centos ..20:12
AnirbanHazra_ruben : But I am on Ubuntu !!20:13
_rubenwhat does lsb_release -d say ?20:14
AnirbanHazra_ruben: Description:Ubuntu 8.04.3 LTS20:14
AnirbanHazra_ruben: Any idea ?? Is there anything wrong with that kernel ?20:16
pmatulisAnirbanHazra: using Amazon EC2 cloud computing?20:16
_rubenAnirbanHazra: its not a standard kernel as shipped by ubuntu20:17
AnirbanHazrapmatulis: I am on an OpenVZ VPS.20:17
pmatulisthey use something non-standard20:18
_rubendpkg -l linux-generic linux-server 2>&1 | tail -220:19
AnirbanHazrapmatulis: Googling up that kernel is throwing up : http://wiki.openvz.org/Download/kernel/rhel5/028stab060.220:19
_rubentold ya it looked redhat'ish :)20:20
AnirbanHazra_ruben: No clue , the VPS admins have installed it . Will I face any major problem due to that ?20:21
uvirtbotNew bug: #433483 in postfix (main) "package postfix 2.5.5-1.1 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/43348320:21
pmatulisAnirbanHazra: so your kernel = mainline + red hat stuff + openvz stuff20:22
_rubenAnirbanHazra: wouldnt know, i dont like "virtualization" products like openvz a single bit, though20:22
AnirbanHazra_ruben: But not everyone can't afford dedicated server in this world and shared hosting is also not for everybody !20:23
_rubenAnirbanHazra: true, doesnt make me like openvz though :)20:24
pmatulisAnirbanHazra: don't worry, a linux kernel cannot differ much from another linux kernel, just different options turned on/off to introduce certain features and maybe a few quirks to handle special hardware20:25
AnirbanHazra_ruben: Actually I am also a bit suspicious also because even on a clean OS installation Virtualmin installation script failed .20:25
_rubenvirtualmin is based on webmin which isnt supported on ubuntu20:26
AnirbanHazra_ruben: !!!!?????20:27
ubottuwebmin is no longer supported in Debian and Ubuntu. It is not compatible with the way that Ubuntu packages handle configuration files, and is likely to cause unexpected issues with your system. See !ebox instead.20:28
ubottuebox is a web-based GUI interface for administering a server. It is designed to work with Ubuntu/Debian style configuration management. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/eBox20:29
AnirbanHazraIt seems that OpenVZ uses its own kernel for any distro while creating VPS. Don't know whether that will cause an issue or not ?20:40
uvirtbotNew bug: #442125 in bacula (universe) "Bacula daemons are not started during system boot" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/44212520:41
uvirtbotNew bug: #442498 in openldap (main) "karmic openldap cut-to-bone-and-beyond install, why ????" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/44249820:41
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PleXuScould this bug let hang my ubuntu server? -- > http://pastebin.com/d6924717b21:59
PleXuSit freeze when I had heavy network traffic22:00
uvirtbotNew bug: #442575 in munin (universe) "munin-node is not started during system boot" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/44257522:11
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