Also, Skittles + Vodka - I must be doing something wrong. But then if I'm using striped with parity, then clonezilla may not be necessary. ?!?!... Turn the computer off, put #1 and #3 to on. Turned it on, F2 for the BIOS, worked. Turned off Supervisor password, saved, turned off. Set switches back, and turn on I misread but found it later.
Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go? One thing about me you probably do not know: I can disagree with someone wholeheartedly and even vehemently. Unless I missed it, nowhere does it say it supports Linux on their website. These people talked me into Clonezilla.
The latter was. What's broke, specifically? What do people mean when they say "it's linux software" Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by rodeognome, Feb 18, 2011. Just because someone has 9.10 does not necessarily mean they are using ext4, which by the way is the default option.
i was just using the term "ghost". If you would rather use, say, Fedora or SUSE, that's up to you. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–][deleted] 0 points1 point2 points 12 months ago(0 children)My bad. visit October 2, 20081 commentRead More Copyright © 2017 unmessedinthehead.
It only showed sda1 (windows), sda5 (linux), but not sda3 (swap). Clonezilla rocks. +1 for you sir. Yes, you'll want some security in place, but your main security risk is from members of your own tiny Internet, not the world. Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > All Other Software > Computer problem?
Let's download and install the 64-bit version, which you'll use to build your virtual machines and VM templates. https://lists.debian.org/lsb-discuss/2000/03/msg00018.html Got it, took it apart, mounted the drives. Had to buy a power adapter and second SATA cable. Finally left them in the half-case and dropped my desktop on its side Solaris 10 chroot sftp Solaris 10 chroot sftp Strangely enough, it *can* be done entirely within Solaris. The internet wasn't as much help as thought, so we went to the source. your quote from post #1 Norton Ghost Before I buy it...
KMPlayer 15. spake thusly unto the masses: > > Second, any issue of "software packaging" should NOT be standardized by > the LSB. This isn't the place for the FSF lackies to act like Greenpeace. The Test Suite is developed with the standards in mind, not the other way around.
I can see where I'm wrong, and I was. Trying to figure out the sync rate now. That *should* be graphable. Not many examples out there - most seem to run against scripts that parse the HTML page of the After several tries, I think I figured it out… mdadm -E /dev/sda4 /dev/sdb4 Will give enough information to figure out which is disk1 and disk2. Then: mdadm -A -R /dev/md4 /dev/sda4 This > can NOT be avoided.
i'll keep it on reference in case i need it. My, what a > horribly bloated OS!". I just don't have the personality for that.
Right? Either way, this is exciting because it's a major program going open source which, in addition to other things, might increase the probability that it does come to GNU/Linux some day. Ph.D."
I thought we were friends here. It's Linux software. permalinkembedsave[–]indepth666 5 points6 points7 points 12 months ago(6 children)someone will package it. If you're building this in a classroom, the student machines can be much like the administration PC, though they each need just one network interface.
Well what happens if I go ahead and back these up, and then have to restore one of the partitions. THINGS MUST CHANGE! > > Packaging systems must be free to develop on thier own, and do thier own > thing. Previous message: that old GNU/Linux argument Next message: that old GNU/Linux argument Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] More information about the The LSB-Compliant Test Suite will test everything that's standard to an LSB-Compliant system.
what i have to do to play AVC1? Clonezilla does support hardware RAID, if your RAID device is seen as /dev/sda, /dev/sdb, /dev/hda, /dev/hdb, /dev/cciss/c0d0... Will it memorize all of my settings (such as layout of my toolbars and desktop and permissions)? What is free software?
Maybe I should backup the entire drive instead of separate partitions. there will be packages, and vendors will want to know what package format to use to reach the widest market, but also which will integrate with what that market has (that Subscribe Blogs Reviews HOWTOs Geek Guides Hep & Tips How to Get Linux Getting Help Loading Trending Topics SysAdmin DevOps Security Cloud HPC Mobile Virtualization Web Development The LatestPopularRecent Comments Preseeding At this point, you can see the traffic flowing through the network if you know how it's hooked up.