#debian - Tue 20 Feb 2007 between 21:30 and 21:35

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g333k_laptopbzed, sometimes I turn on my laptop in a place without internet connection
ki11bi11Guerin, dualcore mobo is less than $200 dual ccore laptop < $1000
colshampredder, while trying to troubleshoot a no-boot problem in my system, i had installed another MBR in my backup drive. Now that i have fixed the problem, i have to disconnect the backup drive in order to boot up fr my normal drive. how can i remove the MBR fr the backup drive?
rahulg333k_laptop: so remove the network-dependence from your configuration
bzedholycow: you could try testdisk
jelly-homeholycow: well, you didn't lose any data and partition boot sectors and easy to find. I'd use gpart
GuerinKi11Bi11: yes, but that barely qualifies as a game machine nowadays
rahulg333k_laptop: or are you more interested in ignoring how to do that?
holycowokay
bzed, i'll look into that thanks
ki11bi11Guerin, you could put 3 webservers and adns on it
bzedg333k_laptop: also have a look into /etc/nsswitch.conf - files should be the thing to look into first, then the rest
preddercolsham, i'm not aware of how to do it from grub sorry.. the only suggestion i can make is download ultimate boot cd (UBCD) which is a collection of freeware apps, there is an MBR editor in there
g333k_laptoprahul, I want how to do that? do you mean setting up my /etc/network/interfaces file without any auto entry?
rahul...
my goodness
g333k_laptop: I guess you are interested in ignoring what I say
g333k_laptoprahul, noooooooooo
colshampredder, its ok, thks.
abrotmanhe has that habit :)
fsmunozg333k_laptop, http://wiki.debian.org/PkgExim4UserFAQ
g333k_laptop, "1.3.7. Why does exim take such a long time to start?"
colshamanyone knows how to remove a MBR fr a drive?
fsmunozRead that
rahulg333k_laptop: read what I said, then ask me questions.
jelly-homeholycow: if this was the single disk, you might also have had a swap partition
holycowjelly, i did indeed
jelly-homecolsham: why would you want to do that?
holycowjelly-home, infact if i start gparted it will tell me the sizes ... but gparted doesn't really give EXACT sizes
GuerinKi11Bi11: people don't *need* webservers and dns ...
gh0ztnot sure
antumHow do I allow a user write access to other directories on the system, I'm not too sure what to search for in Google
jelly-homeholycow: uh, not gparted, gpart
rahulantum: add them to appropriate groups
bzedantum: man chown, man chmod
rahulantum: /etc/groups, man adduser
holycowjelly-home, i haveto backup first before trying gpart ... but i guess i should just be able to use cfdisk to recreate the partition table
jelly-home, *nod*
GuerinKi11Bi11: the barrier to people running their own sites isn't cpu time or disk space - it's bandwidth, uptime and redundant power
Ki11Bi11: none of those issues are solvable locally in the home

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