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comment Password protect directory with Apache: “couldn't check user. Check your authn provider!”
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comment Install GNU/Linux No System Disk Error — HP Smart Array
Thanks for the information! "not even the default bootloader" What do you mean by default? Archlinux has very few defaults.
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comment Install GNU/Linux No System Disk Error — HP Smart Array
@MichaelHampton I started over and used GPT+BIOS+GRUB and it works. Post as an answer, and I'll accept.
Apr
20
comment Install GNU/Linux No System Disk Error — HP Smart Array
@ewwhite I installed arch by booting from an USB mass storage device. I am sure to remove the USB from the system before attempting to boot from the HDDs. I had been trying from CD but was getting IO errors that slowed things down tremendously. Now the CD drive has nothing in it.
Apr
20
comment Install GNU/Linux No System Disk Error — HP Smart Array
@Sig-IO Thanks for the quick response. I'll give that a go if nothing turns up.
Apr
20
comment HP ProLiant - GNU/Linux - Can't find RAID drives
The followup question is here: serverfault.com/questions/684042
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comment HP ProLiant - GNU/Linux - Can't find RAID drives
Exactly. I got a different keyboard so that I could 'F8' at the smart array POST time (I guess), and built a new raid. I replaced the drive and now all 6 drives are good to go. I created two logical volumes, etc.... I'll create a new server fault question as this question has been decidedly answered!
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accepted powershell run java process problem
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comment powershell run java process problem
Thanks for the answer. Although PS has to read the args and do some processing of them, Java.exe will be the one to parse whatever goes through PS, right? Specifically, I don't think PS will parse "./common.jar" as a path, right? Of course it will interpret the argument (and get rid of quotes, etc.), but it doesn't know to expect a path there. I was feigning ignorance about the 'wrong slashes', but thanks for the correction nonetheless.
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