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Hi, I'm attempting to set-up an email server using Ubuntu 12.04, doing this mainly due to boredom; but I am having some difficulty, I can't seem to find a guide/tutorial that actually goes into depth and explains why I am doing things/explains ALL of the steps. Was wondering if anyone could help me out or provide a source? Thanks submitted by badappleSs [link] [3 comments]

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Yes Im sorry but this is going to be yet another notebook thread. I'm looking for a portable demo system (primary use case) that can also properly run actual games. As such my requirements are: no EFI. I'm not looking for a system that has BIOS emulation, I'm looking for something that is NOT burdened by EFI . Aka must be sporting either BIOS or coreboot(-capabilities) i5 or i7 (aka. 4+ physical cores), amd64 arch, VT-d support between 8 and 32GB of RAM dual GPU (dedicated as well as integrated, switchable) non-glare display. Should be obvious - I need a notebook display, not a mirror 3-5hrs of battery charge during "office"-type usage would be nice Neither size nor weight are all that important. Would love to stay below 2500 USD. I understand the no-EFI part is probably the most limiting factor and I would especially like some ideas how I might be able to spot notebooks with EFI. I already know that it musn't have a Windows 8 logo, but that is about the only thing I could find that would tell me whether some notebook is EFI-infested or not... Additionally due to the coreboot reference I thought r/linux would appear to be the best section for this type of question submitted by -mo [link] [3 comments]

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I have Ubuntu and I have been trying to install windows 7(solely for the purpose of rooting my phone) but I need to create a partition and I can't do it while using ubuntu and when I use ubuntu distro live through USB it just takes me to my desktop and not a live enviroment. submitted by therunner5 [link] [4 comments]

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Hi, I have a CentOS system that is about to be commissioned as a whopping great datastore for incremental backups (Bareos). The device itself has 9+1 3TB disks in a RAID5 for storage with an additional 2X 300GB drives in a RAID1 for the OS. Ideally we'd like to utilise the largest possible partition for the backup area, so I created a new LVM volume group and logical volume using: lvcreate -l100%FREE -nLogVol06data VolGroup01 This worked, however with the current stable version of mke2fs available in CentOS 6.5, I am unable to create a filesystem on a partition this size: sudo mkfs.ext4 -T ext4 -m 1 -E stride=16,stripe-width=144 /dev/mapper/VolGroup01-LogVol06data mke2fs 1.41.12 (17-May-2010) mkfs.ext4: Size of device /dev/mapper/VolGroup01-LogVol06data too big to be expressed in 32 bits Does anybody have any recommendations or suggestionsof the best way to create a large disk store? submitted by squeeby [link] [comment]

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Hey everyone, I have been thinking about getting a haswell laptop. I want it to run linux and although there have been a lot of reddit post recently where people are asked which laptop they suggest for use with Linux, I am still unsure which one to go for. So I thought I would quickly create a very short survey to see what everyone is using and how much they like running linux on it. It should take less than a minute to complete the survey and I think the results could be interesting. I did create the survey rather quickly, so it may need some tweaks, let me know if you think there is anything I have omitted. Survey link submitted by poetofzwan [link] [comment]

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seen on phoronix. let's hope for the best as I was unable to play metro: last light with 14.3 http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/latest-linux-beta-driver.aspx submitted by cuizinier [link] [comment]

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