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mrp~is man installed by default in ubuntu serve edt?00:15
mrphrmm seems to be missing on my install00:16
mrpi did use minimal virtual install00:16
Picimrp: minimal is not the same as the normal server install.00:17
mrpso it is missing man!?00:19
mrpnathan@synapse:~$ man sudo_root00:19
mrp-bash: man: command not found00:19
Piciminimal is really minimal,00:19
mrpso apt-get install man00:20
mrpcan't live without man :)00:20
mrpis it easy to replace apache2 from a "lamp" install with lighttpd?00:25
mrpwithout making a mess :D00:25
TimReichhartcould anybody tell me how I can create a simlink or cp from /usr/share/freeside/www  to var/www00:32
geniimrp: This site describes an 8.10 LLMP install on ubuntu.. a post further in has some changes for 9.04 which may also be applicable to 9.1000:32
geniimrp: http://chrisjohnston.org/2009/setting-up-a-llmp-stack-linux-lighttpd-mysql-php5-on-ubuntu-81000:32
mrpgenii: thanks, i did a lamp install on the installation so this looks good. :)00:38
ivoksdo we need to write MIRs for each perl module that we need? :)00:54
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wweaselQuestion guys: I'm running Ubuntu server on an old laptop. Periodically, it goes into some sort of suspend state, where it stops responding to ping/ssh, etc.. Touching a keyboard key instantly reawakens it. I can't seem to figure out how to disable this.03:17
jasonbwweasel: Is it a Dell?03:22
wweaselnope, eMachines.03:23
wweaselI checked for any power management in the BIOS, and found nothing.03:23
jasonbwweasel: You may be able to prevent it from falling asleep by starting it with the kernel argument "noacpi".03:24
wweaselAlso weird: while in this state, it doesn't keep the clock moving forward.03:24
wweasellike, the system clock when I wake it starts keeping time from whenever it stopped03:25
wweaseljasonb, noacpi sounds like a good idea. Is that to be placed in my GRUB config?03:26
jasonbwweasel: Yes.  Probably exactly like you think it goes in there.. just another kernel argument.03:26
wweaseljasonb, perfect, I got it. I'll wait and see if it works. Thanks for your help!03:30
jasonbwweasel: You're welcome.  Now maybe your emachine won't be so tired.  :)03:31
mrpshould i use 64 or 32 bit for a virtual machine?05:36
twbmrp: yes05:49
twbSupport for 36-bit words is limited.05:49
XpistosI have an NTFS drive that I want to convert to ext4, but I am not sure of the command. I think it should be something like "mkfs -c -t ext4 /dev/sdbX" as it is not the primary drive. I am not sure how to also give the drive a label as "data: Can some give me a hand?05:59
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CrummyGummyHiya, is landscape server available to download somewhere or is it closed source?06:14
twbCrummyGummy: AFAIK it's proprietary software.06:31
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twbAny pro-ufw weenies around?  I want a sales pitch.  In the near future I will be deploying an LTS router (hopefully 10.04, possibly 8.04), and it WILL require complicated rules (QoS, hashlimit/recent, xtables' port knocking, -j TARPIT).06:33
twbI will either be using a hand-written iptables-restore file (via the iptables-persistent package), or ufw.06:33
twbWhy is ufw worth the extra complication?06:33
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twb!ops - tinyurl in /topic appears to have expired06:36
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)06:36
twbXpistos: mkfs will lose any data currently on the drive.  Is that what you want?06:37
XpistosI cleaned it off first06:37
Xpistostwb: thanks for the heads up though06:37
twbXpistos: the command you specified looks OK to me (I usually use mke2fs -j, but that gives ext3, not ext4).06:38
twbXpistos: /dev/sdb3 would be the third partition (3) on the second SCSI disk (sdb).06:38
CrummyGummytwb: afaik its mosly for simple configurations. Personally I use shorewall but thats just me...06:38
Xpistostwb: that was just a placeholder really I am not sure but I will fdisk -l before hand06:39
twbCrummyGummy: I don't like abstraction layers -- I'm only considering ufw because it's the official ubuntu endorsed one06:39
CrummyGummyfrom the man page06:40
CrummyGummy"       ufw is not intended to provide complete firewall functionality  via  its  command06:40
CrummyGummy       interface,  but instead provides an easy way to add or remove simple rules. It is06:40
CrummyGummy       currently mainly used for host-based firewalls.06:40
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twbObviously I would not be using ufw's CLI06:43
twbI would be editing the iptables-restore fragments in /etc/ufw/06:43
twbSorry, I should've made that clear.06:44
CrummyGummysounds like a mess waiting to happen. Just use you own iptables scripts.06:45
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BergcubeI am trying to install Drupal6 following the hints at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Drupal and http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Drupal6_tips. It /SEEMS/ to install as it should, but when I get to the step of opening the Drupal config in a browser I get nothing.  Any advice?08:56
twbBergcube: is drupal backed onto apache?09:01
twbBergcube: is it bound to port 80?09:01
twbBergcube: does nc 80 DTRT?09:01
Bergcubetwb~  Apache yes.  I assume it uses port 80 as I did a completely default install.  I use the real IP address of the server as I havent install any GUI...09:03
twb127.0.0.1 is a real address, and it belongs to your server.09:06
BergcubeI know.  But I don't think Lynx is any use configuring Drupal so I want to use Firefox from ANOTHER machine.09:07
twbAs you said, you're ASSUMING that apache is working correctly.  Don't do that.  Check.09:08
twbWhere correctly = the way you want09:08
Bergcubetwb~  That is why I asked for help.  If I knew a good way to check I would have done so.  That is what needing help is about.  I will come back later when the snotty-factor is smaller.09:09
shocmBergcube: are you assuming it installed as the root web site or are you trying a URL with /drupal? What URL are you using and feel free to hide your real IP address09:10
shocmOops looks like I missed him09:10
twbApparently when holding newbies hands, I also need to offer candy09:16
twbBergcube should lurk in #emacs, where I *don't* pull my punches.09:17
shocmLooking at the article he was following, he probably just needed to restart apache. Doesn't seem to say that anywhere but he was changing config files09:17
shocmEither that or he was hitting the wrong URL09:17
twbshocm: can't you just SIGHUP apache2d or something?09:18
shocmneeds to be /drupal609:18
twbRoyK: you're thinking of RSHOCK and EOU09:18
twbEr, rshock(8)09:18
shocmI just throw it a sudo apache2ctl restart09:18
twbYou know your daemon is bloated when it needs a dedicated control program to talk to its socket09:19
nano-I have ubuntu server with libvirt, and it creates a virbr0, on a phony network, I want virbr0 to be my main network to give guests proper network. How do I accomplish this?09:27
nano-I tried creating br0 in the interfaces file, and pointing the libvirt xml-files to that br0-device, but this resulted in no network (it seems like libvirt overwrote the initial settings and removed eth0 from the br ports)09:27
nano-What is the recommended way of making libvirts bridge device the main network connection of the server?09:28
Jeeves_nano-: You can select a network interface on creation of the vm09:29
Jeeves_if you created br0 with eth0 (if that's your default)09:29
Jeeves_You should select that as bridge interface09:29
nano-But libvirt will still setup an extra bridge device.09:29
Jeeves_That doesn't matter09:30
Jeeves_it has a default network09:30
nano-Wouldn't it be better if libvirt, if it always sets up a bridge device, sets up the proper bridge device?09:30
nano-ok :)09:30
Jeeves_Because it creates a default closed lan for vm's to share09:31
nano-So I just remove the default network from autostart then.09:31
Jeeves_on which it can NAT all connections09:31
Jeeves_nano-: You could do that, although it has little use, imho09:31
nano-Well, I don't like unused stuff.09:32
Jeeves_It's free :009:32
beniwtvHi all... I have a server with KVM on Hardy (all updated) which got some network problems. In detail, the Cisco switch gets confused by the KVM setup. After much searching, I think it could have to do something with the bridge setup, but I'm not sure. I have two bridges in /etc/network/interfaces, all with stp disabled. Should I enable it? (they go to the same switch but different vlans)09:37
panterhi all .. i have problem with configuration VSFTPd with enabled SSL .. when i set ssl_enable=YES server don't start ... without SSL there is no problem ... any sugestions?10:02
Jeeves_beniwtv: What does 'show log' on the Cisco say?10:04
Jeeves_panter: No error messages whatsoever?10:04
panterJeeves_: no error in any log file ...10:05
Jeeves_panter: Is it a vm?10:05
beniwtvJeeves_: None, I just can't ping to any of the bridges from the office (the office is connected by vpn (pix)10:05
panterJeeves_: no .. normal server10:06
beniwtvJeeves_: But I can ping from other machines in the same network10:06
Jeeves_beniwtv: A bridge is an ethernet thing, and doens't ping10:07
Jeeves_beniwtv: Do you have your routes configured?10:07
Jeeves_panter: Hmm, sorry. No clue.10:07
panterJeeves_: ok .. thanx10:08
beniwtvJeeves_: Well, you got me an idea there...10:08
beniwtv(with routes)10:08
beniwtvJeeves_: Yeah it's a route problem. Stupid me for not looking into that first :-/ Thanks anyway ,)10:17
uvirtbotNew bug: #515949 in dhcp3 (main) "9.10 Karmic dhcp server could not be removed " [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/51594910:21
Jeeves_220 Hi []10:26
beniwtvJeeves_: You have no capabilities! lmao :P10:30
Jeeves_beniwtv: You're right10:30
Jeeves_250-SIZE 5242880010:30
Jeeves_250 HELP10:30
beniwtvbetter ;)10:30
freaky[t]hi all. is there any good tutorial on how to secure an sshd ?10:49
beniwtvfreaky[t]: probably change port, use key based authentication and use iptables to restrict logins/sec10:51
freaky[t]i mean stuff like restrict login to specific group etc.10:51
Jeeves_beniwtv: Change port?10:54
Jeeves_That saves you 2 seconds, and causes a lot of hassle10:54
mealstromfreaky[t]: http://www.fail2ban.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page10:55
beniwtvJeeves_: Maybe. But it does hold off the quick people just trying port 22 on random IP addresses. Anyway, I never open ssh to the world.10:55
freaky[t]i know fail2ban thanks10:57
freaky[t]thanks for the help10:57
RoyKfreaky[t]: http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/openssh-deny-or-restrict-access-to-users-and-groups.html10:59
RoyKor should I point to this? http://www.google.com/search?client=opera&rls=en&q=ssh+restrict+group&sourceid=opera&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-810:59
freaky[t]i googled too thanks ;D11:01
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Roxyhart0hi someone know how install heimdal/kerberos?12:40
SchmidtThe doc and resources link does not seem to work...12:52
Roxyhart0thanks alex_joni, the last one i didnt see before12:54
SchmidtHere is a new one12:57
Schmidtshould work12:57
uvirtbotNew bug: #516016 in openvpn (main) "[karmic] openvpn service starts before dhclient" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/51601613:06
mealstromdoes anyone know how to enable/disable some gnome applets (keyboard layout indicator) from console or puppet or preseed file for specific user ?13:46
bogeyd6!desktop | mealstrom14:08
ubottumealstrom: A desktop environment is what "puts the pieces of a !GUI together". The available desktop environments in Ubuntu are !GNOME (ubuntu-desktop), !KDE (kubuntu-desktop), !Xfce (xubuntu-desktop), IceWM, !Fluxbox, WindowMaker (wmaker), FVWM and others - See also !Flavors14:08
bogeyd6also, #ubuntu for gnome support14:08
mealstromnah, they don't know. anyway I've found the solution using gconftool-214:09
mealstromnow preparing puppet for this /14:09
mrpdoes ubuntu server support virtio ?14:22
ivoksas guest?14:22
ivoksmodingo virt[tab][tab]14:23
mrpcoooool :)14:23
mrpi don't have vm running yet14:23
ivoksfilename:       /lib/modules/2.6.31-17-generic/kernel/drivers/virtio/virtio.ko14:23
ivoksor LTS: filename:       /lib/modules/2.6.24-26-server/kernel/drivers/virtio/virtio.ko14:24
SchmidtAny tips on where I can find a guide for network interface failover configuration ?14:24
SchmidtAs in, I have eth0 and eth1. I eth0 fails I want eth1 to take over the configuration.14:25
Schmidtivoks: Oh alright, I just instaleld ifenslave-2.6 :)14:25
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panterhi all .. is there anybody who has working VSFTPd with SSL on ubuntu server?14:46
uvirtbotNew bug: #516061 in php5 (main) "configure command line missing from phpinfo" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/51606114:46
bogeyd6panter, i am15:05
bogeyd6panter, i followed this guide http://wiki.vpslink.com/Configuring_vsftpd_for_secure_connections_%28TLS/SSL/SFTP%2915:05
bogeyd6this would also work15:06
panterbogeyd6, i don't have self-signed certificate ... i have certificate from StartSSL CA .. then i try use default certificate from config .. /etc/ssl/certs/ssl-cert-snakeoil.pem ... both with the same error ... 500 OOPS: SSL: cannot load RSA private key15:10
vraahowdy folks, i have a ubuntu machine writing to a smb share on osol131, i get this error when rsync encounters a file which exists "rsync: failed to set permissions on "/home/vraa/Desktop/zfsshare/.": Permission denied (13)"15:15
vraahowever, if file does not exist, copy goes through perfectly15:15
vraafrom a windows7 machine i can do all file tasks fine, i can write, delete, and rewrite existing files15:15
bogeyd6panter, check permissions on the key15:16
Omahnivoks: ping15:18
ivoksOmahn: pong15:19
Omahnivoks: Hey. I just wanted to talk to you about your ha ppa.15:19
Omahnivoks: Everything has been working perfectly except ldirectord from the ppa.15:19
panterbogeyd6, nop ... even when i set 777 it doesn't work .. i'll try different FTP server .... i'm trying few hours ...15:20
Omahnivoks: When I use ldirectord from the ppa and I try to add an ldirectord ocf resource in the crm, it fails. It works fine with 2.99.2+sles11r9-5ubuntu3 from the standard repo.15:20
ivoksOmahn: i haven't tested ldirectord at all, keepalived is the tool we will use15:20
bogeyd6panter, the gist of it is you can specify your own or by default it can use the one that ubuntu made15:20
ivoksOmahn: ok, i'll check it out15:20
Omahnivoks: Cool, thanks.15:20
Omahnivoks: Everything else works perfectly.15:21
ivoksOmahn: have you tried clustered file system on top of drbd with pacemaker?15:21
ivoksOmahn: that's the use case we have to test (both ocfs2 and gfs2)15:21
ivoksOmahn: i'll write guidelines15:22
Omahnivoks: Nope, although I can happily give it a go either tomorrow or Thursday, once the test case is ready :-)15:22
panterbogeyd6, which one from ubuntu?15:23
bogeyd6the snake-oil cert15:23
panterbogeyd6, i got the same error with snake-oil ... thats strange ..15:24
bogeyd6panter i suggest you start all over and go to http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=51829315:24
ivoksOmahn: hopefully, i'll have something tomorrow15:24
bogeyd6dont try to fix it, just start from the beginning with a known working guide15:24
Omahnivoks: Cool. I'll run through the test case on Thursday then given our timezones.15:25
panterbogeyd6, it is working without SSL ... IMHO i have server configured corectly .. but when i set ssl_enable=YES server don't start ....15:26
ivokstake care, see you tomorrow15:26
ivoksit's time for snowboarding :D15:26
Omahnivoks: Enjoy!15:27
bogeyd6panter, can you pastebin your config?15:28
panterbogeyd6, http://pastebin.com/m71a3cf1915:31
bogeyd6panter http://pastebin.com/m6b44e80015:33
bogeyd6that should work with the snake oil right there15:33
panterbogeyd6, the same error15:34
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bogeyd6panter, ls -l /etc/ssl/certs/ssl-cert-snakeoil.pem15:35
panterbogeyd6,  -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 607 2010-01-28 13:08 /etc/ssl/certs/ssl-cert-snakeoil.pem15:36
bogeyd6panter, can you pastebin the full log?15:37
panterbogeyd6, which one?15:37
bogeyd6and then any relevant entires in /var/log/messages15:37
panterbogeyd6, vsftpd.log is empty .. there is no error in any log ... this is crazy ...15:38
bogeyd6where do you get the 500 message?15:39
panterbogeyd6, when i run it in console .. with command ... when i try run vsftpd as service everything looks good ... it prints [OK] .. but server don't start ..15:40
bogeyd6panter, on the ssl_ lines keep changing one to yes and rerunning the command15:41
bogeyd6so like all no, start it, then 1 yes, start it, then 1 no, 2 yes then start it15:41
panterbogeyd6, i set everything to NO ... server started .. i set only ssl_enable=YES .. server don't start .. what the hell is going on?15:43
bogeyd6panter change force_local_logins_ssl=YES to =NO15:43
panterbogeyd6, i set everything to NO ... server started .. i set only ssl_enable=YES .. server don't start15:44
bogeyd6panter, comment out the rsa_cert_file line15:45
panterbogeyd6, it is crazy .. i'm not linux newbie .. and this is little curious ..15:46
panterbogeyd6, when i commented out the line i get different error ... 500 OOPS: SSL: cannot load RSA certificate15:46
bogeyd6thats the same error15:46
panterbogeyd6, different text15:47
bogeyd6go back to this http://pastebin.com/m6b44e800 and comment out the rsa_cert_file line and change the force_local_logins_ssl=YES to =NO15:47
bogeyd6if it dont work you got yourself a bonafide bug15:47
panterbogeyd6, http://pastebin.com/m60012761 ... actual config .. same error ..15:50
bogeyd6panter, yah k, im stumped as well15:55
panterbogeyd6, ok .. i'll try another FTP server ... if there will be the same problem there must be some bad waves :) .. and i'll try tomorrow16:00
bogeyd6panter, out of curiosity what does this tell you "ldd /usr/sbin/vsftpd | grep libssl"16:21
panterbogeyd6, i tried before 2 hours ... vsftpd is compiled with SSL support ...16:21
neopsychehi.. i know its not necessarily the right channel.. but on a server running cpanel.. how can i create a password protected directory for my site.. so that it asks for 'username/login' on browsing to the site ?17:00
jjohansensmoser, the ftrace kernel buffer is 128MB that would be why we can't boot on small images17:07
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neopsychegotit thanks17:23
uvirtbotNew bug: #516150 in vm-builder (universe) "Can't create more than 4 partitions on one virtual disk" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/51615017:31
jiboumansivoks, ping?17:54
magic_1hey guys, just want to find out, i installed squid proxy, but i only see a user called proxy and not squid18:09
magic_1would ubuntu change it18:09
jpdsmagic_1: Maybe discuss it on the ubuntu-server mailing list?18:17
jpdsmagic_1: It makes sense to me as it is right now.18:17
jpds(why renamed www-data to apache? etc)18:18
zookoFolks: I'm trying to spin up a new Amazon EC2 instance with Karmic. Is this the right channel?18:27
zookoIs there a Karmic AMI hosted and vetted by Amazon?18:27
jpdszooko: Yes.18:29
jpdszooko: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EC2StartersGuide#Getting the images18:30
zookoOh, and in a related story, we just released Tahoe-LAFS v1.6 -- the Freedom-compatible cloud storage system.18:36
zookoJoin #tahoe-lafs if interested.18:36
uvirtbotNew bug: #515740 in php5 (main) "Crash on using unitialized vals and __get/__set" [Low,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/51574018:56
ruben23hi, i have user on ubuntu-server name rubz, where i can find its .ssh directory..?18:57
osmosisis there a guide for setting up SSL on apache?19:14
Eladosmosis: are you trying to do https?19:18
osmosisElad, yes19:20
osmosisdont see any howtos19:20
EladI think this is the guide I recently used : https://help.ubuntu.com/6.06/ubuntu/serverguide/C/httpd.html19:21
Eladosmosis: I am assuming apache is already installed?19:21
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Eladif you look in /etc/apache2/sites-available/ do you have a default-ssl?19:23
osmosisi found the guide for 8.04 there19:23
osmosisElad, no, dont see default-ssl there19:23
osmosisi see 'default'  and i have some other sites configured19:23
Eladif you run the 'sudo a2enmod ssl' I think that is what creates it there19:24
Eladthen you can use that as a template, for the domain, but you will still need to follow the guide to generate your certs19:24
osmosisElad, so there is a ssl package installed by default? i couldnt find a libapache-mod-ssl19:24
osmosis"Module ssl installed; run /etc/init.d/apache2 force-reload to enable.19:25
Eladlooks like mod_ssl is in the apache2-common19:26
osmosisElad, i think i can do it from here with the guide. thx for the good lead19:26
Eladgood luck19:26
EladI just installed postfix+dovecot, how do I know what settings to set my mail server to in order to connect to it?19:29
ahasenackI have a puppet question, I hope someone can help19:40
ahasenackbasically, I have a case statement19:40
ahasenackand define a package in each of the possible outcomes of the case19:40
ahasenackand further down, I reference that package19:40
ahasenacklet me paste19:40
ahasenackthe problem is that the last file bit is trying to set the ownership before the package is installed19:43
ahasenackit's the package that creates the user19:43
ahasenackthe error I get on the client is "user foo does not exist"19:43
ahasenackoh, fsck19:43
ahasenackfound it19:43
ahasenacknothing like explaining it to someone else :)19:44
ahasenackstill a nasty ordering problem, though19:44
holichi i need to know how to get a program to auto start the program relies on mysql being already running19:56
Disconnectahasenack: also, #puppet might help :)20:05
ahasenackDisconnect: yep, I'm there,thanks20:05
techsupporthow can i find out which java version I have installed20:07
Disconnectjava -version didn't work?20:09
Jeeves_dpkg -l | grep java20:09
techsupportwell java -version doesn't really tell me if its version 5 or 6, look http://pastebin.com/m74b25b8b20:10
Disconnectyes it does. java versioning is dumb. isn't 1.6 java6?20:14
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ruben23hi uncommenting any config means  removing the ";"   right..>?20:23
bogeyd6Disconnect, yes20:26
Disconnectruben23: most of them yes. some use ; some use # etc. should be evident tho20:27
Disconnectbut its time for me to go home. everyone is afraid of the snow that might hit tonight so the office is getting deserted. i'll happily take advantage of that theme :)20:28
BullterdHi All.20:44
BullterdIve made a major boob and installed plesk 9.0.1 on a grsec kernel20:44
BullterdI need to change my kernel to a non grsec version ASAP20:44
Bullterdcan anyone point me in the right direction?20:45
techsupporthi, is anyone familiar with OpenEMM ?20:48
uvirtbotNew bug: #512430 in geronimo-jta-1.0.1b-spec (main) "Sync geronimo-jta-1.0.1b-spec 1.1-1 (main) from Debian testing (main)" [Wishlist,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/51243021:01
Knoxvilledoes anyone know what does the law state about using companies logos on a website?21:02
jim_ec2error: internal error No device with bus 'ide' and target 'hdc'22:01
jim_ec2when I try to attach an iso as a cdrom to a vm image22:01
jim_ec2virsh -c qemu:///system attach-disk mydomain install-amd64-minimal-20100121.iso hdc --type cdrom22:02
jim_ec2error: internal error No device with bus 'ide' and target 'hdc'22:07
jim_ec2anyone know why i would get this error when attaching an iso as a cdrom?22:08
zookojpds: thanks for the help earlier. I'm now following this howto: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EC2StartersGuide22:19
jpdszooko: No problem.22:22
uvirtbotNew bug: #513842 in eucalyptus (main) "block-device-mapping in metadata has 'ephemeral' not 'ephemeral0'" [Low,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/51384222:52
osmosis_what is the purpose of  /etc/ssl/private/ssl-cert-snakeoil.key ?23:40
sorenosmosis_: It's the private half of a snakeoil cert.23:49
osmosis_hey soren, are you heavily involved in the kvm virt for ubuntu?23:51
sorenosmosis_: Not as heavily as I used to be. At all :)23:51
sorenosmosis_: What's up?23:51
osmosis_soren, I use it a lot. Would love to follow the changes and status more. Who is leading it up now?23:52
sorenosmosis_: kirkland23:52
osmosis_soren, ok. is there a project site or something too I can check for info? where is the main place to follow along? irc meetings?23:52
* soren nods towards kirkland :)23:53
* kirkland waves at osmosis_ 23:54
osmosis_kirkland: hi. an rss feed or wiki page for the ubuntu virt server project is basically what I am looking for.23:55
kirklandosmosis_: a) #ubuntu-virt IRC23:55
kirklandosmosis_: b) ubuntu-server@ mailing list23:55
kirklandosmosis_: c) qemu-kvm package in Launchpad (subscribe to bugs/changes)23:55
osmosis_kirkland: okay, good to know. i do hang out in ubuntu-virt, but i will load up those other sources too23:56
kirklandosmosis_: d) my kvm blog posts ... http://blog.dustinkirkland.com/search/label/KVM23:56
kirklandosmosis_: i try to announce interesting stuff in that blog and tag them kvm23:59
kirklandosmosis_: which shows up on planet ubuntu, the ubuntu-server aggregator, and the Canonical aggregator23:59

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