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Mar
21
comment Unexpectedly lost speaker output. Headphone output works fine
I installed a fresh copy of Win7 yesterday in hopes it might have been a weird nix issue. Nope. Windows showed the audio driver installed and working properly, and when I played a track I can see the sound meter bouncing up & down. Just no audio from either speakers or headphone jack.
Mar
21
comment Unexpectedly lost speaker output. Headphone output works fine
Old question but I thought I'd update here. I installed a fresh copy of Win7 yesterday in hopes it might have been a weird nix issue. Nope. Windows showed the audio driver installed and working properly, and when I played a track I can see the sound meter bouncing up & down. Just no audio from either speakers or headphone jack.
Feb
4
comment lpq: “hplj1320n is not ready”
This also worked for me. Thanks for the answer.
Dec
8
comment Can't Install php-mssql or freetds on Centos7
I did the same, still no love. Package: freetds-0.91-2.el6.x86_64 (epel) Requires: libgnutls.so.26()(64bit). I'm using RHEL 7.2.
Dec
4
comment ifconfig command not found
As in this answer, the equivalent ifconfig command is ip addr.
Oct
27
comment yum ignoring exclude directive in yum.conf
I disabled the Percona repo and that cleared the error.
Oct
27
comment yum ignoring exclude directive in yum.conf
I disabled the Percona repo and that cleared the error.
Oct
27
comment yum ignoring exclude directive in yum.conf
nope - that didn’t work either.
Oct
27
comment yum ignoring exclude directive in yum.conf
Unfortunately that did not work. Same error as in question.
Oct
1
comment String comparison failing in bash
Fixed type-o in question (your second paragraph).
Oct
1
comment String comparison failing in bash
I see that four people have marked this for closure. There are also four upvotes, so clearly others think it is on-topic. Could someone please instruct me where questions of this nature belong? There is a /bash tag so I assumed this was acceptable use of the sub.
Sep
30
comment String comparison failing in bash
Should that be [ "$i" = "green" ]? (EDIT, just tested - it works fine without quotes around green.)
Sep
28
comment wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock when attempting to mount restored volume
Can I suggest some edits on your answer? There are a couple steps I took that are beneficial for others to know and use (assuming someone ever makes the same mistake I did last week!)
Sep
28
comment wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock when attempting to mount restored volume
Ok just made a snapshot of the smaller partition and ran e2fsck on that. Success! Next is the much larger partition.
Sep
28
comment wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock when attempting to mount restored volume
I do have backups, but on a very slow USB external drive. I verified that the images match the devices by running md5sum against each (which took quite a while across both images and devices).
Sep
28
comment wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock when attempting to mount restored volume
I just ran e2fsck -n /dev/vg_ursula2012/lv_root, here's that output: gist.github.com/anonymous/b1c3543ec0173e7ef81e
Sep
28
comment Restoring VG configuration from recovered drive
@Gravy any ideas here: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/232546/… ?
Sep
24
comment Restoring VG configuration from recovered drive
I'm imaging both sdb and sdc tonight. Takes a while since it's having to pipe across USB 2.0. Have you heard of or used rstudio?
Sep
24
comment Unable to mount “lvm2” volume
I'm very familiar with vgcfgbackup now, but did not know to include this in my server backups before. I've already updated my other server backup scripts accordingly. The previous VG config would make my life much easier today. :(
Sep
24
comment Unable to mount “lvm2” volume
Tried vgchange -ay last night. The only volume showing afterwards is vg_ursula (per vgscan).