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If you're new, gparted is probably your friend as it's quite user-friendly for both the above options. Use it to create three partitions on /dev/xvdc of the required size for your partioning scheme. Once installed, run it as root: gparted /dev/xvdc Make sure you create the filesystems as well as the partitions. Use ext4 for the partition filesystems - ...


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It looks like your login shell is bash, and your SSH server is configured to invoke your login shell to run the SFTP server. You can set up sshd to run the SFTP server directly by putting a line like the following in /etc/sshd_config: Subsystem sftp /usr/lib/openssh/sftp-server or Subsystem sftp internal-sftp You can also fix the problem by changing ...


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Well, both messages are very clear: Your graphics adapter is not supported by this driver. Installation will not proceed This means that the version of the drivers don't support the "ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3650" adapter that you have. You may try the legacy, which you did and lead you to the second eror. Check if system has the tools required for ...


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Try using sar (http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2011/03/sar-examples/) to track cpu usage, and also the Asterisk CDR to track call records. If you find a correlation between high CPU usage and dropped calls, then yes you are likely right. I suppose it is possible that the load average feature isn't working right, virtual servers can be a bit funky that way in ...



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