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comment Resize Debian in VirtualBox
Thank you too sir!
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comment Resize Debian in VirtualBox
Hi Derek, I've screwed up the image but going to try it later, with a fresh installation. I do however APPRICIATE your effort!! THANKS!
Nov
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comment Resize Debian in VirtualBox
I did EXACTLY as @Derek says, but it didn't work for me. What I got, after a reboot, is a non-bootable drive message on boot (Debian's error).
Nov
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comment Resize Debian in VirtualBox
Wouldn't it remove the whole OS if I'd delete sda1? And no, cat /proc/partitions does not show the extra space. Very weird..
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comment Resize Debian in VirtualBox
Did a full reboot. What exactly would you do with fdisk?
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comment Resize Debian in VirtualBox
@gertvdijk it did run successfully.
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comment tomcat6 behind xinetd - real client ip
Yea, got nginx. Will probably use that, eventually. Was just curious, maybe someone knows better you know.
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comment tomcat6 behind xinetd - real client ip
I guess I wasn't clear: There's xinetd (port 80). It forwards connections to Tomcat (port 8080). That's it.
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comment chmod while keeping current owner/group permissions
A bit cleaner that's all. I'll give this a day or two and if none comes up with a numeric solution I'll mark your answer. For now I just upvote :) Thanks again!
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comment chmod while keeping current owner/group permissions
Thank! How with numbers?
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comment TrueCrypt for production server - what are my risks?
Good points yet I'm not sure you've addressed the question. Maybe it's just me. Besides, I've also read about backing up the volume's header so in case data (the headers to be exact) is corrupted I'll be able to have part of it, at least.