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repair ubuntu server 8.04

I just replace the motherboard of my server pc that has been damaged. After replacing the motherboard, 8:04 ubuntu server preinstalled can not boot. How the best way to fix it without deleting the ...
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Redistributing disk space on a linux distro

# df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sda6 4.6G 4.6G 0 100% / tmpfs 464M 0 464M 0% /lib/init/rw varrun 464M 96K ...
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I get a Segmentation fault when doing apt-get util-linux

I've found that a lot of upgrade commands and Apache on my system are failing with Segmentation faults. I don't know if this is the main one, but a lot of packages depend on util-linux: ...
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what is an acceptable level of kjournald process time on ubuntu

I was running top on my server and noticed kjournald seemed (to me) to have a high cpu time. My server has been up for ~21 days and I have never noticed triple-digit minutes usage of kjournald ...
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Restore raid configuration (Ubuntu 8.04 server)

Lost RAID After rebooting AWS, I have lost the RAID (mdadm), while the disks seem to be OK (separately). Symptoms mdadm not working After machine restart (stop and start on Amazon AWS), the device ...
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which drive do I mount

I have a system hdd then two raid1 hard drives I see that sda1 is the system drive but when i do a fdisk -l I get the following results so which of the following do i need to mount to get the ...
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Does Ubuntu Server have any sort of cron job to automatically clear /tmp?

I know it clears out /tmp on reboots, but I haven't been able to find any sort of cron job on my server that clears /tmp. I recently set up a script that writes lots of files to /tmp and my server ...
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How to install couchdb 0.10 on Ubuntu 8.04 LTS?

How to install couchdb 0.10 on Ubuntu 8.04 LTS ? I get an error : erlang wrong version ...
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Ubuntu 8.04 LTS kernel NULL pointer dereference

I was running rsync on my Dell XPS Core 2 Duo tower when it froze up. The machine is running Ubuntu 8.04 LTS, 3GB RAM, and software RAID 5 (mdadm) across 3 disks. The system is on the 4th disk. On ...
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How to relocate /home to a new hdd?

I built my Linux box (using Ubuntu 8.04 LTS, last year) in order to try Linux. As it was just a try I opted to use an old 80GB hdd and now, as was always inevitable, it's running out of room. I've ...