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After successful upgrade an old installation of SQL Server just useless. Feel free to remove it if no any other not upgraded services (Integration Services, Analysis Services, Reporting services, etc) exists.
I solved the same problem (in CentOS 6.5) completly removing the repo line from kickstart file.
This is built into II7 now. See here Request Filtering is a built-in security feature that was introduced in Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0, and replaces much of the functionality that was available through the UrlScan add-on for IIS 6.0.
You can create the user mysql just before installation of the package. If you look at the preinst script of the package, this won't break anything: # creating mysql user if he isn't already there if ! getent passwd mysql >/dev/null; then # Adding system user: mysql. adduser \ --system \ --disabled-login \ --ingroup mysql \ ...
I figured out how to install lxc-1.0.0-alpha1 one 13.04 (raring ringtail). I just have to enable raring-backports in my /etc/apt/sources.list and it worked. The following commands will install lxc-1.0.0-alpha1 apt-get install liblxc0/raring-backports apt-get install python3-lxc/raring-backports apt-get install lxc/raring-backports
I think that the /isolinux/ ones are for booting a live CD using ISOLINUX, whereas the pxeboot ones are for booting CentOS from a PXE server. PXE booting is when you obtain the kernel and initrd from another server using a TFTP client built into the network interface. Typically you'll see something like "Network Boot" in the boot list in your BIOS.
"Download the PXE boot initrd.img and vmlinuz files to your /boot."
You're running raring but you specified a saucy PPA. This isn't guaranteed to work. And in your case it clearly isn't. Change it to raring. Or better yet, upgrade to 13.10; you're past the support window for 13.04.
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