basilHi I've just installed 12.04 Server - and, now the Internet won't work from the Server. Web server seems to be working OK, but I can't use Firefox from my server - it produces an unable to connect error. Any chance of some help please?00:41
Lord_SetAnyone know if there is a fix for the Samba memory leak in trusty yet?00:44
RoyKbasil: figured it out?01:37
basilHi looked for solution on Google...but no!01:37
RoyKusing dhcp?01:37
basilI have a fixed IP...01:38
basilI told my router that, but not sure I told Ubuntu01:38
RoyKpastebin  /etc/network/interfaces, ifconfig and ip addr list01:38
basilmmm. how do I get that into pastebin without internet...just transcribe to this computer?01:40
RoyKis it a vm?01:40
basilI have screens on both...bit of a linux noob..but you knew that01:41
RoyKit's a wee bit late here01:41
RoyKso nite01:42
basilthanks anyway01:42
thedeenoI'm installing linux-generic-lts-saucy on my 12.04 box02:13
thedeenoi'm trying to do this via a script, but I'm getting prompted about modifying grub's menu.lst02:14
thedeenohow do I disable this?02:14
thedeenoGetting prompted because my menu.lst has been locally modified (by rackspace)02:14
Nothing_MuchHi I have an Ubuntu 12.04 server and would like to know how to actually get the VPS's server up and running with the latest kernel in 12.04. I recently just upgraded from 10.04 and would want to use a more recent kernel.02:33
thedeenoapt-cache search linux-generic-lts02:34
thedeenoNothing_Much: is a list of kernel backports02:34
thedeenoyou can install one of those packages02:35
Nothing_MuchI'll reboot and let you know whether it works or not02:35
Nothing_Muchthedeeno: It says it's still using 2.6.3202:38
Nothing_MuchAlso this is a VPS and I don't think installing grub would be good..02:39
thedeenowell, i'm doing the same thing on rackspace atm fwiw. It appears to be working for me, though I have to manually adjust the menu.lst02:39
thedeeno12.04 -> saucy02:40
Nothing_MuchWhere would the menu.lst be?02:40
thedeenomine's in /boot/grub/menu.lst02:41
Nothing_Muchdoesn't look like there's a menu.lst02:41
Nothing_Muchand if I run update-grub2 it gives me a warning02:43
Nothing_Muchhang on a sec02:43
Nothing_Much/usr/sbin/grub-probe: error: cannot find a device for / (is /dev mounted?)02:43
thedeenoI can't help much more, learning myself. It seems like your host acts quite different than mine02:44
Nothing_Muchoh darn02:45
Nothing_Muchwell anybody else have any tips?02:45
jak2000wich package recommend me install ofr send email? wich MTA? a easy to configure, thanks03:11
Patrickdkis that all you want?03:12
Patrickdkuse a nullmailer03:13
Nothing_Much/usr/sbin/grub-probe: error: cannot find a device for / (is /dev mounted?) Anybody know a fix to this?03:14
Nothing_MuchUbuntu 12.04 with the 2.32 kernel03:14
jak2000Patrickdk wich is the diference into null mailer and sendmail?03:24
Patrickdkthat depends on your definition of sendmail03:25
jak2000sendmail is a mtaright?03:26
jak2000mta right?03:26
Patrickdkas I said, that depends on *what* you mean by sendmail03:26
Patrickdksendmail is an mta, sendmail is also an msa03:27
Patrickdkbut what one you want, I dunno03:27
Nothing_Much/usr/sbin/grub-probe: error: cannot find a device for / (is /dev mounted?) Anybody know a fix to this?03:34
basilmy new Ubuntu 12.04 Server no longer connects to the internet. I've put some info in a pastebin...http://pastebin.com/8d6egUY203:56
basilAny chance of some advice please?03:57
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karrabluetooth ftp problem is solved in trusty ?05:43
ubottuUbuntu 14.04 (Trusty Tahr) will be the 20th release of Ubuntu.  See the announcement at http://www.markshuttleworth.com/archives/1295 for more info. support in #ubuntu+105:44
cfhowlettkarra, best to ask in the #ubuntu+1 channel05:44
sheptardubuntu +1?05:46
sheptardwtf is ubuntu+105:47
ubottusheptard,: Please watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family-friendly, polite, and professional.05:47
sheptardchicken fajitas.05:47
cfhowlettsheptard, if you have an ubuntu support question, please ask it.  otherwise, please use #ubuntu-offtopic05:48
sheptardcfhowlett: cry more05:49
sheptardI was just wondering the purpose of the #ubuntu+1 channel05:49
cfhowlettsheptard, 1.  fingers on keyboard 2. type /join #ubuntu+1 3. see for yourself05:49
karrathank u :)05:54
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HianhifHi, my new Ubuntu 13.04 VPS have some language problems. The problem appeared when ever i try too install a new package with apt-get. when i try "locale" it say's cannot set  LC_CTYPE, LC_MESSAGES LC_ALL, No such file or directory. respectively. Also, auto-complete does not work. Suggestions? :)08:35
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bekksHianhif: 13.04 is EOL.15:22
bekks!eolupgrade | Hianhif15:22
ubottuHianhif: End-Of-Life is the time when security updates and support for an Ubuntu release stop, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases for more information. Looking to upgrade from an EOL release? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades15:22
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chevalHey guys i have a question about ubuntu server installation. Anyone there?16:28
Hianhifbekks, ty16:29
Hianhifcheval, In my experience. Just ask your question with as complete information as you can. And then wait between 5 mins too 12 hours. :)16:30
chevalHianhif: Thanks for tip16:30
chevalGoal: Create an Ubuntu Server with "Guided - use entire disk and set up encrypted LVM". Problem: It fails on Grub installation on sda or boot section. Remark 1: I done this before with Crunchbang and it worked. Remark 2: I dont have knowlendge on manual install. I can learn, but i am asking: Why the Guided install fails? I mean isn't supposed to be reliable? Remark 3: I tried on both Ubuntu 12.04 and 13.10 Server x86. Thanks you!16:36
jak2000Patrickdk hi friend are you there?18:00
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jak2000how to check if a port is opened (or blocked) ? i am interested in port 212119:30
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raj_I wasn't getting any logs written to log files under /var/log on my fresh 12.04 install & figured out that rsyslog was not installed .. after install.. logs are getting written.. does this mean that I need to manually install rsyslog inorder to get the logs written ??21:33
RoyKraj_: rsyslog has always been installed by default on my installs21:35
raj_RoyK: dont know why it was not there on 12.04 server that I got from my host.. i did manually install it via apt-get .. would that be fine ? previously i wasn't getting any logs nor anything asked me to configure that..21:42
raj_" kernel: Cannot read proc file system: 1 - Operation not permitted. " getting these messages repeated, unstoppingly million times every minute in my syslog, anyone has any idea please ???21:58
Patrickdksounds like your not running your own system, but using some vps thing22:01
raj_Patrickdk: yes that is a openvz vps22:10
raj_Patrickdk: is that something to do with my openvz vps ??22:14
raj_Patrickdk: but I can access anything inside of /proc though .. then what ?22:16
thumperstgraber, hallyn: how do I pass new userdata to lxc-clone now?22:16
Patrickdkit's a shared kernel, it might be an error message from another system22:18
Patrickdkdon't really know how these openvz's work22:18
Patrickdklikely why they purposely didn't isntall rsyslog22:19
raj_yeah exactly rsyslog was also not installed for me..22:20
raj_Patrickdk:  "shared kernel" so that would mean that not all logs in kern.log are related to my VPS ?? but infact I noticied that it was consuming enourmous CPU due to this .. so it must be from mine I guess..22:24
thumperstgraber, hallyn: nm, found smoser's blog post22:26
m1sf1thi, i have a problem. I recently installed ubuntu server (the latest LTS, I think it's 12.04). I also have the LXDE environment installed for browsing. Firefox, ping and nslookup were working fine. Now they don't. What's strange is that apache2, samba, and SSH are all still up. Any thoughts?23:23
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