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There is a patch released for Ubuntu14.04 https://gist.github.com/cdgraff/1c31727901e5c76d5ea8 I can confirm it's working: root@ip-172-31-119-53:~# modinfo ixgbevf filename: /lib/modules/3.13.0-45-generic/updates/dkms/ixgbevf.ko version: 2.16.1 license: GPL description: Intel(R) 10 Gigabit Virtual Function Network Driver author: ...


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The pattern /home/ec2-user/bitcoin/*/ expands to the list of subdirectories of the directory /home/ec2-user/bitcoin, because of the trailing slash. (Except that directories whose name starts with a . are omitted.) If /home/ec2-user/bitcoin doesn't contain any subdirectory, then the pattern doesn't match anything, so it's left unmodified. Aside: don't run ...


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I think part of the problem is the way you've defined your variables. Rather than writing this: MAIN_DIR=/home/ec2-user/dir/ LAST_DIR=$(ls -d -t ${MAIN_DIR}*/ | head -1) I'd recommend you omit the trailing / from MAIN_DIR and use it where required, like this: MAIN_DIR=/home/ec2-user/dir LAST_DIR=$(ls -d -t ${MAIN_DIR}/*/ | head -1) This, I suspect, may ...


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I combined a few ideas from various locations, so I figured I would share what I used to delete old snapshots in case it might help someone else out. ec2-describe-snapshots | awk '{print $5 "\t" $2}' > /backups/tmp/snapshot_info_start.txt grep -v '^[A-Za-z]' /backups/tmp/snapshot_info_start.txt > /backups/tmp/snapshot_info.txt cat ...


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Here are some thoughts: 1) You probably need to use the pam_script module or something similar to create the users homedir. The pam module pam_mkhomedir bases the home directory on what is seen in the passwd file (or ldap etc.) and assumes multiple uid/gid/homedir mappings. Your users are virtual in mysql and and not based on a passwd entry the system is ...



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