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how Apache + Ubuntu + Cloud computing works together.Right now, I have [url].... set up to go from my DNS to the cloud server. httpd.conf currently looks like this: Code: NameVirtualHost 184.108.40.206:80 <VirtualHost *:80>[code]... But when you go
my computer has been surely hacked for at least more than two months; my private information are being hacked and spread around! I initally used Windows Vista and I had the firewall off and no antivirus software. When I realized that my OS had been h
I seem to have a small problem. Since september, i hooked up an old Acer laptop (with just 560 RAM and a 16 mib graphical card) to a computer screen, a keyboard and a mouse, so that i had an extra 'computer' for my mother to use. Old people prefer bi
I was updating Ubuntu 10.10 to 11.04 and my computer crashed/shutoff because of overheating(my laptop doesn't ever do this when running Windows 7 but seems to really need to be as cool as possible when running Ubuntu). the update was at about 12-18 m
I was upgrading from 10.04 to 10.10 and the computer completely froze and I restarted it thinking I would be able to restart the update where I left off (I'm new to ubuntu). However when I restart I can't get anywhere, if I boot normally the ubuntu s
I upgraded to the new Ubuntu and when the computer boots up, it stops half way through loading and this message is displayed: "Starting periodic command scheduler crond Checking battery state... ...Done."
After installing ubuntu 64 bit, I installed all my updates and installed the current nvidia driver for my 9800 GTX+ from the additional drivers page. After restarting my computer, ubuntu boots into text mode. I used google and found out a couple of c
i have installed ubuntu 9.10 on my hp nx6325 notebook, and everything was working just fine, then it updated and problem started coming up. First the computer wouldn't reboot after the update, blank screen, then i manually reboted and now some progra
my computer is currently stuck in "Grub Rescue mode" I don't know how to get it unlocked. I tried installing the latest ubuntu from wubi after I deleted the partition for 11.04 beta I had already had (I had some issues with 11.04 so I went to wi
I am currently trying to upkeep and use my recently deceased fathers ubuntu machines, but as of 6 months ago I had never used Ubuntu or anything like it. I'm not trying to do all that much with it but a few days ago one of the machines lost its abili
my son is 15, autistic and mentally retarded. he is moderate-low functioning and loves to watch barney the dinosaur, thomas the tank engine and other young children's programming on videos on his computer. he can talk in a limited way and can read ou
I recently had to rebuild my computer with a new HDD and decided to load the new Ubuntu 10.04 which seems to work great. I was in the middle of downloading packages from the Ubuntu Software Center when the computer decided to reboot in the middle of
My knowledge of how Linux works is very limited. I've used it for about a year, but just doing very basic tasks (browsing the Internet, listening to music, etc). Anyway, I upgraded to the newest edition of Ubuntu and installed the new Grub as the upd
I am using Ubuntu Studio 10.04 LTS and I am experiencing the following problem: my computer loses its Internet connection and appears to require several reboots to re-establish an Internet connection. As suggested on a similar post relating to wirele
My master hard-disk has crashed. However both my operating systems were installed on other disks.But my computer is not able to find any OS because Grub must have been on the old master IDE hard-disk rather than the new SATA one on which Ubuntu 10.04
I have a wubi install on my windows 7 partition. Every time I try to change my theme in ubuntu 10.04 my computer freezes.
Last night I decided to upgrade to Natty Narwhal 11.04 from MM10.10. I tried to leave it to install overnight. Some bright spark turned off the power supply to my computer. I don't know exactly what stage the installation was at, but it must have bee
I have Ubuntu 9.10 64-Bit. sometimes when i boot the computer, right after the grub loads, a black screen is displayed. It just says my computer's name and "tty1".It lets me enter my username and password. The system takes my password but the bl
I want to change my computer back to its original self cause i have two computers in Ubuntu OS and i really just want one on it. My question is how can i change it back? I had Windows XP before ubuntu.
So I tried to install Ubuntu on my Acer Aspire ASE380 desktop, and I think during the partition portion. I think I messed up the hard drive. Now my computer won't recognize my hard drive. I've tried using the acer repair disks I made, I tried unplugg