#ubuntu - Wed 28 Feb 2007 between 07:53 and 07:59

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boniiI am running fsck on my /home it generates buffer i/o error is it a hard disk problem??
HymnToLifeif I were you, I'd remove it _now_
LucifelCould anyone tell me why I would be able to ping/reach one host by name or IP but not another?
techie1good monring. Can anybody guide me as to the numbers to use in Gparted. Once I get to the resizing part I have no idea what to do. I have windowx xp with fat32 (not NTFS) with 55.86 gig in xp and free space of 25.65 g.
digitalspaghettiHymnToLife: it seems to be the Networking manager
LucifelThe Ubuntu machine is the only one on the LAN with this problem?
pseudorootnicko: it dpends. if you just use it for config files it doesn't need to be large
boniiI am running fsck on my /home it generates buffer i/o error is it a hard disk problem??
digitalspaghettias I use my laptop at work and home, every time I switch between them thats when it gets overwritten
HymnToLifethen it runs as root and chmodding /etc/hosts won't change
RealUser27343440bantuin dung instalasi dual boot
HymnToLifehail to Gnome :p
AstekCBEbbs
cya
digitalspaghettiso i have to go back in an add my alias's again
HymnToLifeI wonder why it would overwrite it though
Chousukenicko: If you're going to store bigger files in your home directory, then you should give it some space.
Fracturefeisty rocks !
rljinstalling off desktop live cd now anyway, since it'll take a while to download the server cd. in case i do want it after all, it might have finished downloading once i'm annoyed enough with the desktop cd..
ChousukeI usually give / 5-10GB and /home a 100GB or so, depending on how much space I have.
digitalspaghettido you think i should report it? it's repoducable every time on my pc
nickopseudoroot: the point is "will i be able to access them win winxp?"
HymnToLifedigitalspaghetti, what do you do exactly besides just switching networks ?
Chousukebut you could also have / be 5GB, /home 5GB, and then have another partition for your data that you mount at /data
pseudorootnicko: no, /home will be linux file system (though there are drivers for xp to read it... but i don't recommend)
digitalspaghettiHymnToLife: nothing. For example, when I am at work, if I have to reboot, or if I am heading home on my commute and I have my laptop on, it's fine
Chousukepseudoroot: the ext2 driver is safe
digitalspaghettibut as soon as I get home and switch onto my home wifi network, my own alias's disappear
techie1Any help with gpart?
digitalspaghettisame on the reverse part of the journey
pseudorootChousuke: very well. :) ... but I prefer to use a fat32 drive to share data
Chousukenicko: if you want your data accessible from Windows easily, then do as I said and make a separate partition for data which you format fat32
unopdigitalspaghetti, what do you mean by aliases there?
KasoI was trying to recover my Ext3 superblock for the god knows how many time, but i'm now getting these results when i try to go through the process i ususally do: http://pastey.net/7356 is my data dead?\
pseudorootnicko: i agree with Chousuke's last statement :)
digitalspaghettiunop: i use my laptop for local development
so for example i'd add a like like this
127.0.0.1 phpmyadmin localhost
so in firefox, i only have to type phpmyadmin to take me there
HymnToLifethen no wonder it edit /etc/hosts if you tell it to ;)

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