I find network-manager inconsistent most of the times and hence use the /etc/init.d/networking script to bring the interfaces up. But for sometime now I have been getting these sort of messages :- $ sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart Running /etc/init.d/networking restart is deprecated because it may not enable again some interfaces ... (warning). Reconfiguring network interfaces...done. If its being deprecated, then who or what is going to be taking over those functions?
I am currently having issues with system freeze when unmounting portable hard drives. This happens almost every single time. Normal USB sticks are fine and do not produce the freeze. I am using kernel 3.0.0-rc6, however the issue also persists when switching back to 2.6.39. This is the error message i get when freeze occurs, reverting to terminal output:
I'm using them to make a simple firewall on the girlfriends computer that is directly connected to the Internet. I wish to block everything except for a SSH port for me to admin with, and normal use things like a web browser. I grabbed an old template for the config and modified as needed. I'm getting an error that I'm not sure what is causing it. it is saying all incoming packets on any device is accepted. Or since there are explicit rules for eth0, that lines just means for any other device, which in her case there are none, so ends up meaning nothing?
Worked around the problems with OpenJDK causing slowness/crashes/CPU-hogging on my system by installing Sun JDK.
Why is Sun's Java deprecated? OpenJDK's buggier than an ant farm in my experience, and every time a Java applet starts in my browser, CPU immediately goes to 100%, and doesn't stop, even when I close the tab that the applet was running in. Only way to stop the CPU from getting hogged is to kill Firefox and restart it.
my command is the following:cp -LRuvp --reply=yes /mnt/filename /mnt/usbdrive/filename 2>/mnt/usbdrive/ error.log.i get "the reply option is deprecated try using i or f instead" the problem with the above is the only thing i get in my error log is: "the reply option is deprecated try using i or f instead" and if i use "i , f , /cp , etc..." nothing is generated in my log..what i want to do is copy file from source with "LRuvp" to destination and appened out put to "error.log"
I see these boot.log warning and understand that the directory where these config files are kept has (or is) changing. Okay, but is the correct procedure to just move them over from the /etc/modprobe.conf dir to the /etc/modprobe.d file? I am wondering if some changes to those config files or those that they are related to must be also made? A portion of the boot.log is below.
I've just updated my linux system (Debian) and went to compile some code I'm working on. However it causes some problems, presumable because of GCC up dates. I get many of my subject line errors for example
../../common/Version_Control.cpp: In function int VersionControl(): ../../common/Version_Control.cpp:55: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to char*
So I check up the error and it comes from my error handler code which is a function
I'm using Conky in my Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic. I have an error message like this:
Conky: border_margin is deprecated, please use window.border_inner_margin instead Conky: one or more $endif's are missing Conky: desktop window (1a00065) is subwindow of root window (10d) Conky: window type - override code....
I am trying, using checkinstall to make eboard to enable use of this program with a DGT electronic chessboard (option not available in the program included in the repositories) according to the instructions given here. After the preliminaries, namely downloading and extracting the source from: [URL]-1.1.1.tar.bz2./configure runs fine but (after su-ing to root), both make install & checkinstall fail after numerous warnings about "deprecated conversion" like:
board.cc:55: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to 'char*' board.cc:157: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to 'char*' board.cc: In function 'gboolean board_expose_event(GtkWidget*, GdkEventExpose*, void*)': board.cc:1414: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to 'char*' bugpane.cc:304: warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to 'char*'
this started to happen recently after a reboot due to updates. The screen displays many, meaning more than 12 of: WARNING: Deprecated config file /etc/modprobe.conf, all config files belong into /etc/modprobe.d/ which is then followed by: Boot has failed, sleeping forever.
I deleted /etc/modprobe.conf, so that is not the problem. The normal boot process will display the modprobe warning twice and all is well. If the warning is displayed more than twice, the boot will fail and I have to try again.
nits@nits-desktop:/mnt/Storage/Tors/Incomp$ btdownloadcurses --check_hashes 1 filename.torrent /usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/BitTorrent/Storage.py:4: DeprecationWarning: the sha module is deprecated; use the hashlib module instead from sha import sha
These errors occurred during execution:
[09:37:48] IOError - [Errno 5] Input/output error
Got this error when I tried hash checking, was downloading the file using rtorrent when there was a sudden powercut and my system shutdown abruptly, tried restarting the torrent and kept encountering problems while restarting.
I have a problem with compiling vdrift-2009-06-15 using scons. As the source that i obtained only supports scons i cannot use make. the error that i get when i try to compile it in GNOME Terminal is: scons: Reading SConscript files ... scons: warning: The Options class is deprecated; use the Variables class instead. File "/home/mohit/Download/vdrift-2009-06-15/SConstruct", line 9, in <module>
scons: warning: The BoolOption() function is deprecated; use the BoolVariable() function instead. File "/home/mohit/Download/vdrift-2009-06-15/SConstruct", line 13, in <module> Checking for C++ header file asio.hpp... (cached) yes Checking for C++ header file boost/bind.hpp... (cached) yes Checking for C++ header file GL/gl.h... (cached) yes Checking for C++ header file GL/glu.h... (cached) yes Checking for C++ header file SDL/SDL.h... (cached) yes [Code]........
scons: warning: The build_dir keyword has been deprecated; use the variant_dir keyword instead.
File "/mixxx-1.7.2/SConstruct", line 42, in <module> WE ARE IN: /mixxx-1.7.2/linux_build QT path: /opt/qt4 Loading qt4 tool...
ive been scratching my head at this one for days, i turned on the ubuntu virtual machine and checked what apt wanted to pull, and im suspecting that i need to find the source versions of several packages in regard to qt4 and libqt4 and various libqt4 extensions.
The update that broke things contained some 400 packages.The problem is NOT hardware related. There are 2 other linux installs on the laptop that work the way they should.This is all related to using a wired network connection.The update removed the package network-config and did not replace it. Not sure that is the problem because that package is related to the gui and I can not get an ip in cli.
I am stuck at cli because the new kernel broke nvidia (pretty normal). There was also a new xserver, which tends to break nvidia, and as I recall a new kde. Anyway I am unable to rebuild the nvidia driver because I can not establish a network connection to my network to get the packages needed to fix it.
How do I enable networking in Debian? I just installed Debian on my iMac 7.1 (which works perfectly well with ubuntu - but I'd like to get away from ubuntu because it seems to be targeting teenagers now which is only going to get worse). I used the latest daily build of the netinstall CD and had the network configured with DHCP, but now I find I have to enter my root password (login password will not do) to activate the network.
Of course, coming from ubuntu I disabled root login during install. I have to say, so far my impression of Debian isn't so good. For starters, to be able to boot at all I had to look for my refit CD which I hadn't used in ages because I don't need it in ubuntu. Also scrolling is wonky, like with the realtime kernel in ubuntu. How do I enable root login, or more to the point, how do I get by in Debian without enabling root login? I am not a systematic person at all, and one day I'm bound to forget that I'm root when I go online.
I don't know anything about setting up a VPN since I'm new to this. I don't know if there are any programs required to achieve this but here are the details, please mention the steps and configuration I need to do for making a VPN through my VPS :
-> Host machine Debian 5 32-bit
-> Remote machine Windows XP.
Setting up Remote won't really be a problem but the host should be ready for it.
I'm needing to make use of the IMQ devices but I keep getting errors when inserting iptable records and/or trying to configure/use the imq device.
It appears that IMQ is not enabled in my debian installation and after several hours of searching for a reasonable guide of installation I'm more confused than before.
I'm currently running on Debian 2.6.26-2-686.
I've tried following the instructions in this guide: [URL]
But this involves recompiling the kernel and I've got even less idea about that.
EDIT: I've proceeded further attempting to build a kernel using the link listed above; however I keep encountering many varied errors which I can't quite make sense of.
I've downloaded linux-source-2.6.26 and extracted it; I've attempted to patch the source with linux-18.104.22.168-imq-test2.diff and this reported 1 out of 6 hunks failed. Then when trying to make a kernel config using xconfig it keeps reporting that qt3 is not found but I've installed the pkg-config as it was asking for.
I have a Promise Technologies SmartStor NS4300N Network Attached Storage device. I have a brand new install with blank disks setup. I have mounted these network drives onto my local machine using the "mount" command. I have logged into the NAS using the same username and password that I am running from on my Debian Desktop machine.
When I attempt to copy data to the locally mounted NAS Directories, I am seeing permission errors. The directories that I am copying appear in the new file list, but they are read only. I receive an error message telling me that I do not have permissions to write to the directory that I just created. I went to the command line and using "sudo" attempted to change the ownership and permissions, but I received more error message indicating that I don't have permission to do this either.
I am able to copy files directly into the mounted directory, and I and open them, modify them, and delete them. I can even delete the new directory that I cannot seem to story anything in. Shouldn't the files I copy onto my subdirectory of the NAS (which uses the same username and password as the machine the directory is mounted onto) be available to me with full permissions? How can I correct the problem.
I've set a dns name for my debian box and apparently the configuration is OK since when i type:
cmpgdev:~# hostname -f cmpgdev.unibe.ch
i get exactly what i need. when i ping my dns name and/or ip address locally, the machine answers. when i ping my ip address from a distant machine, the machine answers but when i ping my dns name, no answer ..
I'm using Debian Squeeze with backports turned on and I've installed connman and it cannot see my wireless networking interface. I know my wireless card has a working driver because I have WICD on the same system and it connects just fine.I am using the Enlightenment desktop though and it only integrates with the connman wireless manager - so I would prefer to use this instead of WICD. Anyone have any ideas on how I can get connman working? What extra configuration needs to be done after installing?
I added my user to have the same permissions as root to the /etc/dbus-1/system.d/connman.conf file and I added my tiwlan0 to /etc/network/interfaces as a DHCP connection with no changes in functionality :-/. Been searching around online and reading man pages for the last couple days with no good results. Any input would be awesome!
I am attempting to install Debian via the netinstall as a VMWare workstation Guest. I cannot get the Network portion to work. I am using NAT and assigning a static IP address. This works on all my Windows Virtual Machines and I have gotten it to work to Install Fedora as well as CentOS. Here is the information from other installs.
If I use this information during installation of Debian it does not work. It always gives an error that it cannot connect to the download repositories. I am wanting to setup a machine to use in product for Git/SVN & Redmine and want to evaluate Debian vs CentOS vs Fedora for this purpose.
1.Install debian amd64 stable (expert install mode with static ip address) without a desktop 2. Updated to testing 3. Installed nvidia drivers 3. Installed kde-desktop
Before I installed KDE I had networking - was able to update and install programs from terminal. Then I install KDE and then I cannot access internet or contact mirrors via cli for updating or installing.