I have been all over these forums and others without success.I have netatalk running on my Ubuntu box and set up avahi-daemon to broadcast netatalk and vnc to my apple computers. Ubuntu is behaving as a near-perfect Apple server. But how do I make is a good client? How can I get Avahi to discover AFP shares across the network and display them in Places --> Network? How can I mount afp on ubuntu?
I'm running a mythbuntu 9.04 backend/frontend server and an ubuntu 9.04 client. I can share using sftp/samba/nfs and I have spent a lot of time on getting everything to work just the way I wanted. Well everything except this: I was wondering if it's possible to make client mount the nfs share automatically once the server boots. The client is on mostly from 11am till 6pm and the server is on from 4pm till 11pm. I was thinking about automatically making the server ssh the command to the client as well as making it ssh the umount command on a shutdown. Would this work? And if so: how do I go abo
This doesn't seem too complicated, but I just can't get an NFS client going for some reason (on Breezy, all updates done).I have an NFS server (working correctly for sure, another NFS client can connect to it) that I can't connect to with my breezy computer. All my requests ARE going through (they show up in the firewall logs on the server), however whenever I try to mount shares I get "mount: RPC: Program not registered" thrown back at me.Things I have installed on the client include: nfs-kernel-server nfs-common portmap autofs .... etc.The rpc.portmap process does not appear to be
Is there a way to access the public folders of a computer running mac os x from ubuntu? I found netatalk, but I don't know how to use it.
I just put Debian on my G1 and although it isn't Ubuntu I was wondering what a good MS Terminal Services client for Debian is? I need to remote administer MS Servers on my phone while on the road and VNC is not an option to put on the servers.I'm running LXDE by the way.
Month ago my work PC burned out so I get a new MB and a new CPU ([email protected] or 2.4 GHz don`t remeber). When I switched my HDD on the new mobo in the first ATA slot1 (marked as the blue one in the most PCs mobos) at the Debian boot log it gave me:> cannot mount root filesystem_Then I plugged the ATA cable in the other port (black) and it worked. Why is that? Any info about that? Some master <--> slave bug? I don`t have a connection with CD/DVD rom.
I'm trying to add a Linux client to an existing NFS setup running on a UNIX server (which I did not setup), but it's not working.Here's what I have so far:I created a mount point called /mnt/SCIENCEIn /etc/fstab, I have added:192.168.1.7:/export/science2 /mnt/SCIENCE nfs rw,hard,intr,rsize=32768,wsize=32768 0 0When I try to mount with 'mount -a', I get:mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting 192.168.1.7:/export/science2The output of 'showmount -e 192.168.1.7' is:Export list for 192.168.1.7:/export/install all-computers/export/apps all-computers/export/projects all-computers/export/sc
I've been googling and reading through these forums for about an hour now and I think its probably time to admit defeat and ask for help.I'm relativly proficient user going on power user with ubuntu, I understand bash and its various wrappers in different desktops and likewise with text editors. I am trying to set up a NFS share on a Feisty XUbuntu box, just pretend its a regular ubuntu dont bother to give me anything special for it.I am trying to mount the share on a Feisty Kubuntu box.Just in case it matters to you, what i am trying to achieve by this is sharing(read+write) the '/var/www' fo
to all the Gurus...I'v build up a small gpfs cluster with two nodes, a few month ago.Its running on DELL 2850 with a SAN-Storage behind.I'm using Novell SLES9-sp3 x86_64 ( 2.6.5-7.276-smp ) and GPFS 2.3.0-12The gpfs volumne (/users) is acessed via Samba and exported to a third linux machine with nfs.On the nfs-client-machine users can logon and after working for some time,would like to see their quota settings. So a quota -v username shows:codeux-03:~ # quota -v pba1f5zzquota: WARNING - Kernel quota is newer than supported. Quotafile used by utils need not be the one used by kernel.Disk quotas
Running Gusty here,My school newspaper uses Apple servers that I need to access from my Ubuntu laptop. I've installed afpfs-ng 0.8.1 from a .deb i downloaded from their Sourceforge site. using this command:sudo afp_client mount -u ****** -p ******** servername.com:volume /media/volumelogin works, and afp_client says it mounts without an error, but when I open Nautilus to browse the newly mounted volume, its a file instead of a directory, and when i try to open it i get a "failure to login" error from nautilus. konqueror and dolphin dont even see the file, even if i unhide hidden file
HiCan anyone tell me if there is a simple way to set up ubuntu as a client of afp filesharing? I'm fairly new to this, so any suggestions would be great.Note: I cannot modify the Mac server.
Hi, I've just set up my Ubuntu machine as a home fileserver for my mac using netatalk. Basically the Ubuntu machine takes the place of a external hard drive.I'm wondering what is the best way to back up the files stored on that server. I would like to preserve Apple's ability add comments and color labels to files (comments that tell you where you've downloaded a file from are very useful).1. Which of Apple's hidden HFS files are actually important to keep? I know that finder comments are stored in the .DS_store so that needs to be saved, but I'm not sure about the others. .AppleDB, .AppleDesk
I've been trying to connect to AFP shares on a macbook running Leopard from my macbook running Ubuntu 8.10.So, after some searching on the internet, I chose to install 'afpfs-ng' (0.8.1). I read somewhere that it needs libfuse-dev and libgcrypt to run, so I installed those first, but when I tried 'sudo make install' on afpfs-ng, it returned errors (see attached files). the command afp_client doesn't work either.I ran the following commands./configuresudo make install 2> make-install-errors.txtI attached a file containing the errors during make install.Does anyone know how to get it working?
Following the directions from https://help.ubuntu.com/community/NFSv4Howto I've been trying to use my 64-bit hardy system as an NFSv4 client. However, I've been unsuccessful in mounting an nfs share from the opensolaris server.root@client:~# mount.nfs4 192.168.1.6:/export /mnt/incoming -vmount.nfs4: timeout set for Thu Feb 26 22:29:43 2009mount.nfs4: text-based options: 'addr=192.168.1.6,clientaddr=192.168.1.7'mount.nfs4: an incorrect mount option was specifiedTaking a look at the network traffic while running this shows that the client isn't even attempting to connect to the server. The clien
I need to convert the AFP to PDF. AFP format is in binary format. Currently i am first conerting AFP to XML and then to XML to PDF.But in this method some overlapping is occuring. So what is the best method and how to do that?Best method in the accuracy,performance.
That's the error I get. I am trying to mount a /home on nfs to /mnt/debian_home on the client computer.[root@localhost ~]# mount -amount: mount to NFS server '192.168.0.3' failed: System Error: Connection refused.[root@localhost ~]# Here are my configuration files on the client. I highlighted with red the two computers.[root@localhost ~]# cat /etc/fstab/dev/md0 / ext3 defaults 1 1/dev/md2 /home ext3 defaults 1 2tmpfs /dev/shm tmpfs defaults 0 0devpts /dev/pts devpts gid=5,mode=620 0 0sysfs /sys sysfs defaults 0 0proc /proc proc defaults 0 0/dev/md1 swap swap defaults 0 0/dev/sda1 /mnt/sda1 ntf
Ok,Using SAMBA I can connect to my Ubuntu box from Leopard. I can read/write to Ubuntu from Leopard.I can see Leopard in Ubuntu but can't connect. It shows up in places>network. Double click returns - can't connect to server.When I do a places>connect to server... and input the shared volume and user name/passwd still get the can't connect bs.How do I turn guest on in Leopard or fix this?here's my Ubuntu smb.conf file if that helps...Alternately -- I can see my Ubuntu box on Leopard using netatalk and avahi. I can't seem to mount my Leopard shares on Ubuntu using afp_client or mount_afp.
I´ve been using sarge distro for some months, but due to some indications, I´m moving to Etch.Downloaded dvd images, burned them, and started the installation on a clean HD.after choosing language and keyboard layout, i get the message saying that debian could not mount the cdrom.Tried looking for additional drivers for my NEC DVD_RW ND-3540A with no success.(ps. i have a raid0 with 3 hds on a nvidia stripe, where i use windows and sarge. but i´m installing etch on a single hd for now.)So i come here asking for any help.Detailed system specs: DFI lanparty NF4 ultra->sli-DAMD6
I am running a BUFFALO TERA NAS with NFS. I created the NFS share on this device. (192.168.23.55) Share name: Datastores...Full NFS path:/mnt/array1/DatastoresI want to mount this NFS share on my NFS client (192.168.23.99)I put command on NFS client ...mount -t nfs 192.168.23.55:/Datastores/iso /vmimages/isoIt returns error..........mount: 192.168.23.55:/Datastores/iso failed, reason given by server: Permission deniedMy etc/fstab, exports, hosts are as follows:[root@dpmserver1 etc]# cat fstabUUID=89ecffc3-2cee-46c6-b14c-5d1fec5bf36d / ext3 defaults 1 1UUID=764ed2f6-5d02-41ab-b55c-50cd46c433c5
With NFS running on my server, I'm able to mount a folder on my client.mount sudo mount 192.168.2.103:/home/server/tmp /home/client/sharedBut the trouble is that on my client I have to know the exact path. So if there are a lot of shared files on the server, it may be boring to type a long path and to type each path x).So I'm wondering if there is a command allowing to know all folders that are shared on the server and if there is a way to mount them all at once ?
I am running Ubuntu 10.04 x86_64 Server on a server, and another Ubuntu 10.04 x86_64 server is running in a virtual machine connected to the same local network, both have LVM encrypted disks.In trying to find a way to remotely unlock the disks after a reboot and I came across Mandos (http://wiki.fukt.bsnet.se/wiki/Mandos). After trying for weeks I can't get mandos and mandos-client working together correctly.I've followed the readme's (install (http://bzr.fukt.bsnet.se/loggerhead/mandos/trunk/annotate/head:/INSTALL),mandos-client (http://bzr.fukt.bsnet.se/loggerhead/mandos/trunk/annotate/head:
Hola a tots!Vull preguntar un problema que ja he tingut moltes vegades, i que mai he sabut solucionar bé.He instałlat Debian al meu ordinador (que solament tenia el Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope) per a veure com funciona el pare de l'Ubuntu...jejejeI m'ha instałlat el carregador GRUB a la partició del Debian. El cas es que no puc muntar cap partició al debian amb el mount =?=Com puc modificar el GRUB per a tindre les dos particions en aquest?Ho siga....jo edite el grub amb gedit /boot/grub/menu.lst:title Debian GNU/Linux, kernel 2.6.26-1-686root (hd0,6)kernel /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.26-1-686
Apple has rolled no less than 25 patches into the Mac OS X 10.5.4 Leopard update that was announced yesterday. These address a number of Ruby vulnerabilities, as reported here on DaniWeb last month by fellow blogger Davey Winder.So that's six of the patches accounted for at any rate. Others are a little more difficult to pin down, although Apple does say that they address operating system and application performance issues. It seems, from a quick bit of asking around the usual online suspects, that these include components such as Alias Manager, CoreTypes, c++filt, Net-SMTP, Tomcat, VPN and We
we have a server, AMD opteron(tm) Processor 852(4 cpu), 16 gig Ram and more than 700 Gig. SATA disk drive +Raid controller.The Linux is Debian/Sarge with kernel :126.96.36.199-amd64-smp-2006-05-08-hk.The Problem:NFS transfer rate over network is terribly slow, by write is less than 1,5 mB/s!!!(read avg. about 30 mB/s) We have checked the paramteres by export on server and mount by clients out and they should be ok and not problematic. Locally the Server has a very good throughput but over NFS is too slow, that we can not use it as a NFS-Server. Exports on Server:/test/ client(rw,sync,no_root_squas
I'm trying to share files between my desktop ("Ubie") which runs Ubuntu Gutsy and my white macbook ("Mactheknife"), which is running Leopard. I'm sharing from my desktop using samba, and it works beautifully.; I can see Ubie from Mactheknife, When I click on Ubie, I can click "connect" and then it connects me after I enter a password. I set mactheknife to share files using smb using Leopards built in GUI (sharing > file sharing>options>smb) As long as my macbook isn't sleeping, Ubie can see Mactheknife, but when I click on the icon I get the error message
I recently upgraded my Mac to OS 10.7, at which point my Time Machine backups stopped working because Apple made some changes to the AFP client in 10.7. I did some research and figured out how to make it work. The information out there is a patchwork, so I decided to put this all in one place. If there are any errors or omissions, please let me know and I'll try to fix it!Quick instructions first, then some detailed notes below.- You'll need a newer version of netatalk. To install version the latest (2.2beta4, as of this writing):sudo add-apt-repository ppa:stefanor/ppasudo apt-get updatesudo
Here are the details .. Trying to mount /u14 from 172.28.7.15, a mount that is available and mountable to other hosts with no issues. On NFS Client:$ mount 172.28.7.150:/u14 /u14mount: 1831-008 giving up on:172.28.7.150:/u14vmount: There is an input or output error.NFS fsinfo failed for server 172.28.7.150: error 7 (RPC: Authentication error)$ oslevel -r5100-09$ lslpp -l | grep nfsbos.net.nfs.adt 188.8.131.52 APPLIED Network File Systembos.net.nfs.cachefs 184.108.40.206 APPLIED CacheFS File Systembos.net.nfs.client 220.127.116.11 APPLIED Network File System Clientbos.net.nfs.server 18.104.22.168 COMMITTED Network
I am trying to backup NIM client with NFS4 option, but it doesn't work. I tried with and without sec option. Actually, backup is finished successfully, but then i get errors about umount command. What I noticed is that during mksysb, client mounts remote FS, but doesn't writes anything in it. Comparing to NFS v3, client mount remote FS and writes in it until finished. The reason I don't want to backup with NFSv3 is that it's using dynamic ports with portmapper and that's not allowed by security. Any has same issues maybe and resolved it?Otuput log:COMMAND STATUSCommand: failed stdout: yes stde
I have a problem mounting gpfs subfolders.my /etc/exports file :/gpfs2/test *(ro,no_root_squash,async,secure,mountpoint,fsid=1235) mount tells me: /dev/gpfsdev2 on /gpfs2 type gpfs (rw,mtime,dev=gpfsdev2,autostart) but when I try to mount mount -t nfs 10.10.10.70:/gpfs2/test /mnt i get the message on client:mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting 10.10.10.70:/gpfs2/test and this in /varlog/messages on server side:Nov 25 13:02:42 tsm01 rpc.mountd: authenticated mount request from 10.10.10.113:954 for /gpfs2/test (/gpfs2/test) Nov 25 13:02:42 tsm01 rpc.mountd: request to export an unmo
I'm doing NFS tests from GPFS using 10GE OSX clients. I have encountered two problems:1. If two 10GE OSX NFS clients read large files from the NFS export of GPFS, both achieve over 4Gbit/s using dd. However if both clients read the same file, the prefetch mechanism of GPFS stops working. Consequently each GPFS block read needs to come from disc, instead of cache. This adds latency such that each client only reaches 1Gbit/s. Is there any way to enable the prefetch mechanism in this case? (I have also observed this behaviour using Linux NFS clients.)2. I start two dd reads from the same file on
Hello, ive got a problem. I want to import some files into content manager, but there isnt a version number by same files.my code:/* @copyright(disclaimer) Licensed Materials - Property of IBM IBM DB2 Content Manager Enterprise Edition V8 (program number 5724-B19) (c ) Copyright IBM Corp. 1998, 2004. All Rights Reserved. US Government Users Restricted Rights Use, duplication or disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corp. DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES : Permission is granted to copy and modify this Sample code, and to distribute modified versions provided that both the copyrigh
I need to write a script that will act upon output formatted like the following example:afp:state = "RUNNING"afp:usersArray:_array_index:0:disconnectID = 0afp:usersArray:_array_index:0:sessionID = 3423afp:usersArray:_array_index:0:minsToDisconnect = 0afp:usersArray:_array_index:0:flags = 0afp:usersArray:_array_index:0:state = 6afp:usersArray:_array_index:0:loginElapsedTime = 89731afp:usersArray:_array_index:0:name = "maryallen"afp:usersArray:_array_index:0:lastUseElapsedTime = 89725afp:usersArray:_array_index:0:serviceType = "afp"afp:usersArray:_array_index:0:sess
I have seriously screwed up my partitions/bootloader setup:1. After installing Debian, my pre-existing Windows XP partition appears in the boot menu but won't start up.2. I eventually I try to run 'grub-install' but accidentally do it to my windows (NTFS) partition. Now debian won't mount it, as well as not booting.3. In desperation I try the windows recovery console commands fixmbr and fixboot. It ends up thinking that both the ext3 and NTFS partitions are actually FAT, and when I try to boot it "Can't find NTLDR". When I boot from a knoppix cd, it can mount and read the linux parti
I'm trying to share a folder between 2 computers:Ubuntu edgy 2.6.17-10-386 : NFS serverRed Hat Linux Enterprise 4 2.6.9-42.0.3.ELsmp : NFS clientbut when I try to mount the folder the client never stops "thinking".My configuration is as follows:Server configuration (Ubuntu Edgy):******************************$ cat /etc/hosts.denyportmap: ALLlockd: ALLmountd: ALLrquotad: ALLstatd: ALL$cat /etc/hosts.allow## NFS# NFS client: 22.214.171.124portmap : 126.96.36.199 : ALLOWlockd: 188.8.131.52 : ALLOWrquotad: 184.108.40.206 : ALLOWstatd: 220.127.116.11 : ALLOW$cat /etc/exports/usr/databa
1) My NFS3 clients don't display or obey existing non-POSIX ACLs onfiles of NFS3-mounted exports.2) setfacl on the client throws error and fails :# setfacl -m u:stowler:rw testfile.textsetfacl: testfile.text: Operation not supported3) at time of client mount the server's /var/log/messages shows"kernel: svc: unknown version (3)".Any thoughts greatly appreciated. Will be happy to provide more configs in addition to below.Conditions exist whether export is mounted as tcp or udp.Thanks!Stephenclient:2.6.18-53.1.14.el5 #1 SMP Wed Mar 5 11:36:49 EST 2008 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linuxnfs-utils.i
I have a script that writes data to a text file. The file gets populated with the required data but when the script runs i get the following message:Warning: fopen(/var/www/vhosts/mydomain/httpdocs/lgw/arriveOutPut.txt) [function.fopen]: failed to open stream: Permission denied in /var/www/vhosts/mydomain/httpdocs/lgw/lgwfidsRAW.php on line 224Warning: fwrite(): supplied argument is not a valid stream resource in /var/www/vhosts/mydomain/httpdocs/lgw/lgwfidsRAW.php on line 226Warning: fclose(): supplied argument is not a valid stream resource in /var/www/vhosts/mydomain/httpdocs/lgw/lgwfidsRAW
My nfs setup started acting up today. I cannot find the error in my config. Heres the details:192.168.1.40 - nfs server192.168.1.9 - client machineOn the server:/etc/exports:/backup 192.168.1.9/255.255.255.255(ro,sync,no_subtree_check,no_root_s quash)On the client:/etc/fstab:192.168.1.40:/backup /nas/backup nfs ro,noauto,noexec,nosuid 0 0Now this *seems* to work. On the client:% mount ...192.168.1.40:/backup on /nas/backup type nfs (ro,noexec,nosuid)...Up to this point everything is as expected. /nas/backup is mounted properly. Problem is with permissions. For example:client% iduid=/*snip*/ gi
I followed the instructions on this (http://www.kremalicious.com/2008/06/ubuntu-as-mac-file-server-and-time-machine-volume/) website. I can manually connect to my shared files over AFP, but my AFP share doesn't show up in Finder. When I scan my ubuntu box's ports I see the following:Port Scan has started Port Scanning host: 192.168.1.XXXOpen TCP Port: 22 sshOpen TCP Port: 139 netbios-ssnOpen TCP Port: 445 microsoft-dsOpen TCP Port: 548 afpovertcpOpen TCP Port: 5900 vnc-serverPort Scan has completed I've been trying to crack this nut for hours, and any help would be appreciated. Let me know i
I have an ssh (OpenSSH_5.1p1 Debian-6ubuntu2) client A and a server B set up for public key authentication as described in https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH/OpenSSH/Keys.The problem is the following: ssh asks for a password when connecting from A to B without any other ssh session going on between A and B; but if I connect from A to B whenever there is another ssh session between A and B, either I get prompted for the passphrase I used to encrypt the private key or I get logged automatically.I already checked permissions on B: .ssh is 700 and authorized_keys is 600. I already tried "S
So I have 2 computers on the LAN.I have NFS server daemon with portmap daemon running on one, I have the /files (client-ip)(tags) in /etc/export on the serverI have the client and server ip -> hostname in /etc/hosts on the serverThe nfs-kernel-daemon starts normally on the serverI have the client and server ip -> hostname in /etc/hosts on the client as well.Both client and the server are on eachother's hosts.allow, and hosts.deny is set to all.Both the shared directory on the server and client mount point are in /home/corresponding-username/shared-directory.The name of shared directory i
I reinstalled my OS and I'm trying to set up again my samba client mount. Before it worked fine. The problem is that I mount the samba correctly, I can access it but I can't copy the files from it:igloo ~ # smbmount //ap/usb /extra/ -o guest,noperm,rw,uid=janigloo ~ # ll /extra/total 8776drwxrwxrwx 1 jan users 0 2008-07-01 22:38 backupdrwxrwxrwx 1 jan users 0 2008-09-24 11:28 beamerdrwxrwxrwx 1 jan users 0 2008-06-15 16:06 bindrwxrwxrwx 1 jan users 0 2008-07-05 22:06 capturedrwxrwxrwx 1 jan users 0 2008-07-04 16:21 Downloaddrwxrwxrwx 1 jan users 0 2008-07-04 18:59 etcdrwxrwxrwx 1 jan users 0 2
I'm using this guide (https://help.ubuntu.com/community/iFolderInstall) to install IFolder Server on Ubuntu 10.10 on VPS via ssh. I have to problems when installing Simias server. First, I successfully ran through compiling and installing Simias server. When I executed the command:dpkg-reconfigure simias-serverI've got error that Simias server was not installed or corrupted. OK, I repeated the steps several times, with the very same error. Finally, I started everything from scratch, but now I have problems when executing the command that worked before:bzr-buildpackageThis is what happens:root@
I successfully built some debs yesterday that modified openssh toallow you to store your public keys in an LDAP directory. However whenI tried to run the build again on the same machine that succeededpreviously (ubuntu 10.10 server) even tho none of the contents of thedebian folder were changed the build fails...gcc -o ssh ssh.o readconf.o clientloop.o sshtty.o sshconnect.osshconnect1.o sshconnect2.o mux.o roaming_common.o roaming_client.o-L. -Lopenbsd-compat/ -Wl,-Bsymbolic-functions -fstack-protector-all-Wl,--as-needed -lssh -lopenbsd-compat -lresolv -lcrypto -ldl -lutil-lz -lcryptgcc -o scp
under version 7.10 changes below working well but under version 8.04 MySql will not start (see the error in syslog belowmkdir -p /usr/lib/dovecot/var/run/mysqldcd /usr/lib/dovecot/var/runchown mysql:root mysqldinvoke-rc.d mysql stoprm -fr /var/run/mysqldcd /var/run/ln -s /usr/lib/dovecot/var/run/mysqld/i change /etc/mysql/my.cnf and fix the paths :nano /etc/mysql/my.cnf[client]port = 3306socket = /usr/lib/dovecot/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock[mysqld_safe]socket = /usr/lib/dovecot/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.socknice = 0[mysqld]user = mysqlpid-file = /usr/lib/dovecot/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.pidsocket = /u
Hellohow do i disable the gnome volume manager. i do not need "hotplug". i like the debian style to mount and umount my devices manually. But noob as i am i dont know how to disable the gnome "automount"
My Ubuntu computers mount video DVDs from my Panasonic DVD recorder as DVD-ROM, but deny me access to the files. I can play the DVDs, but I can't open, read or copy the files. However, my Ubuntu computers mount video DVDs I've authored with software as DVD-R or +R repectively, with full access to the files.Thinking that there may be something strange with the Panasonic recorder disks, I tried them using my Debian and Windows partitions on the same computers. I was surprised to see that Debian and Windows mount the same video DVDs from my Panasonic DVD recorder with full access. I can open, rea
Plus, I have various other issues. If you can help with any, thanks.1. Whenever I install another OS (fedora, mint linux, debian, etc.) on another partition, my ubuntu partition craps out. (ubuntu is on sda6, the other os is always on sda5). Ubuntu has it's own home partition (sda7), the other os's home is always on it's partition (sda5). I recently put debian on sda5, and now ubuntu goes into the terminal, rather than gui. So then I type "startx" and it says to hit control+D and gui will start. Hitting ctrl+D does work, it's just annoying that ubuntu always does this. Also, I should
I tried today to gain some space on my second hard drive, which used to contain my old Debian install.So i formatted the / and var partitions, and of course left /home, which contains data i want to keep.Did it with qtParted. The problem is i can't access the data on this drive anymore.sudo mount /dev/hdb6 /media/debian -t ext3mount: type erroné de système de fichiers, option erronée, super bloc erroné sur /dev/hdb6,codepage manquante ou autre erreurDans quelques cas certaines informations sont utiles dans syslog - essayezdmesg | tail ou quelque chose du genreSorry, it's in french, but mea