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Bringing the xenbr0 interface up on XEN under Ubuntu 8.04

I installed XEN on Ubuntu 8.04 using this tutorial but after I reboot with the XEN kernel, I don't have xenbr0 device. I see that network-bridge script runs and it creates peth0 device, but not xenbr0....
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Missing disc space on Ubuntu Hardy

I have a Dell Mini 10 running Ubuntu Hardy. I ran out of disk space; looking at Disk Analyzer I noticed that in addition to the standard /dev/sda2 filesystem, there was a second called gfvs-fuse-...
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What should I back up before reinstalling new Ubuntu LTS? (8.04 > 10.04)

A work server is in need of upgrading, im hoping to move it from 8.04 LTS to 10.04 LTS (Can't move to 12.04 unfortunately as its not provided by our VPS provider) I have backed up the following. /...
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Suddenly get “apt-get: symbol lookup error” when using apt-get

I have no idea what has gone wrong here. I have installed the audiotool sox, then tried to install the library libsox-fmt-all and all of a sudden apt-get refused to work. I cannot use it now, neither ...
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Ubuntu Hardy gvfs-fuse-daemon taking 50% of disc space

A 'gvfs-fuse-daemon' filesystem has appeared, which is taking up 50% of my disc space: jhw@jhw:~$ df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sda2 5.9G 4.9G ...
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sphinx.so not loaded in ubuntu 8.04

I've installed the sphinx extensions via pecl on ubuntu 8.04 however, after restarting apache, my php program says that SphinxClient hasn't been found I looked at phpinfo() output and its not there. ...
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How do I upgrade OpenSSH Server on Ubuntu Hardy (8.04) from v4.7 to CURRENT?

I tried to add backports to my apt sources but that does not make any newer version of OpenSSH show up as being available to upgrade to. See: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuBackports Any ...
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Ubuntu backup script kills performance

I run a nightly backup, which takes about 1 hour. During that the performance is bad as hell. It looks pretty much like this: # DB dump ionice -c 3 nice -n 20 mysqldump --skip-lock-tables --user=foo ...