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Please don't use this tag just because your system is running Ubuntu. Use it _only_ if your question is somehow specific to Ubuntu only. Note that https://askubuntu.com is specifically dedicated to Ubuntu questions.

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On Ubuntu 10.04 I've used apt-get install pip to install pip after which I installed django. Then I tried to uninstall django with pip via pip uninstall django which gives me: pip: error: No command … -packaged version of pip; those tend to be quite out of date. Quite a few bugs have been fixed and features added in the last couple years. So what is the correct way to upgrade it on Ubuntu 10.04 so that I can gain access to the uninstall command? …
asked Apr 17 '12 by cwd
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GoogleBot is hitting my server hard - and even though I have set the CrawlRate in Webmaster Tools it is still hiking up the load on my server and slowing down Apache for the rest of the normal web tra …
asked Dec 10 '12 by cwd
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One of my clients has three EC2 servers on the Amazon cloud, with several attached EBS devices: Picture.png http://img839.imageshack.us/img839/732/picturejt.png server 1 and server 2 are ubuntu … micro instances, and server 3, the main production box, is a ubuntu large instance. I'm want to create a duplicate of server 3 but am wondering if there is an advantage of having 4 attached EBS devices …
asked Dec 24 '11 by cwd
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I'm looking to set up a new server on Amazon's EC2 and I wanted to use Ubuntu 11.04 is it is fairly new but not too new. I previously used 10.10 which I think is also very stable and time-tested. My … problem is that when I run ec2-describe-images -o amazon (get images owned by amazon) none of these are Ubuntu. If I run ec2-describe-images -a (get all images) there are about 12k images. Questions …
asked Nov 11 '11 by cwd
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it's just set as: root@ip-10-123-123-123 Since I'm using Ubuntu 12 on these boxes I consulted the corresponding man page for hostname. It has a lot of good information on how to set it, and talks …
asked Oct 10 '12 by cwd
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I had to reboot in the middle of a large data import. I only have one mysql database, which has now been corrupted. How can I completely remove mysql and reinstall it? I've tried apt-get purge mysql- …
asked Dec 24 '11 by cwd
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: bindkey "^[[5D" bindkey "^[[5C" I've also tried it with as follows: bindkey "^[[01" bindkey "^[[05" None of these things seem to work. /etc/screenrc is completely unchanged for Ubuntu 16.04 and …
asked Jun 3 '17 by cwd
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server is off by around 12 seconds. But I don't know why it is off by around the same amount every day. This is an Amazon EC2 instance running Ubuntu. I can only guess that either it is losing / gaining …
asked Jan 16 '12 by cwd
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The command id can be used to look up a user's uid, for example: $ id -u ubuntu 1000 Is there a command to lookup up a username from a uid? I realize this can be done by looking at the /etc/passwd …
asked Apr 17 '12 by cwd
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I've just set up a new machine with Ubuntu Oneiric 11.10 and then run apt-get update apt-get upgrade apt-get install git Now if I run git --version it tells me I have git version 1.7.5.4 but on my …
asked Mar 6 '12 by cwd
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When you setup a new Ubuntu or OS X installation a user is generally created for you. On OS X it is whatever username you pick. On Ubuntu (the server version) usually the ubuntu user is created. The … way I understand it, there is also a root user, which you can access via something like sudo su - root, and entering the password of the ubuntu or the user you created, which is part of the …
asked Dec 3 '11 by cwd
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mkfs.xfs installed, although mkfs is a valid command. This is a little too much piping and advanced syntax for me - I'm trying to figure out how to make this work on Ubuntu 10.04 and am not having any … luck with it. Can someone tell me what is being attempted here so I can try and understand it and get it working for my Ubuntu EC2 Instance? update A few things I figured out: on my instance I …
asked Jan 3 '12 by cwd
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I have set up a new ec2 ubuntu box and installed apache and php5. By default you log onto the box with the ubuntu user who has sudo privileges. I believe apache runs as root and php5 runs as www …
asked Jun 26 '12 by cwd
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I'm using the ssmtp package to send e-mail via g-mail. Everything is working fine with it - the only strange thing is that if I send mail via the command line, the "to field" is funky. ssmtp me@domai …
asked Jun 29 '12 by cwd
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I've installed jailkit on Ubuntu 12.04 and I have set up a user's shell to /bin/bash - but when it is invoked it runs /etc/bash.bashrc instead of /etc/profile If you haven't used jailkit before …
asked Jun 3 '13 by cwd

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