i need to prepare a presentation for that i have to copy a table from [URL] to my power point slide. but when i am copying it i am just getting a table with single column. is there a method to import the contents from web page table to my presentation table?
Kmail 1.13.2 Problem on startup, error is from nepomuk, data storage. "cannot find Redland backend, nepomuk is disabled until fixed. Also see the following error from the akonadi console:
100503 10:00:15 [Note] Plugin 'ndbcluster' is disabled. 100503 10:00:15 InnoDB: Started; log sequence number 0 31413862 100503 10:00:15 [Warning] Can't open and lock time zone table: Table 'mysql.time_zone_leap_second' doesn't exist trying to live without
We purchased a virtual server from GoDaddy (1 month trial) to set up as a proxy for our networks (24 of them). I am having 2 separate issues. The first is I can't configure/install NAT and support is telling me the only way I can is to purchase a dedicated server. Here's the error:
iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --dport 80 -j REDIRECT --to-port 3128 iptables v1.3.5: can't initialize iptables table `nat': Table does not exist (do you need to insmod?) Perhaps iptables or your kernel needs to be upgraded. Here's the fix: [URL] So, what I am hoping to do is configure this by just opening port 3128 directly, and only allowing access from our networks. As a test I did this and allowed only from our office and it did not work. However I can't connect, so I am wondering what I am doing wrong? Here's my squid configuration:
Recently I tried to get BGP table dumps from public route servers. I telnetted into one of those public route servers and ran "show ip bgp" command. My question is: how to save the command output to my local machine? I cannot run "show ip bgp > tmp.txt" on the remote route server.
I am trying to increase performance on our system. I wanted to tell iptables not to retain entries into the ip_conntrack. I try to put this int he iptables but I receive the error : seems to have a -t table option.
The entry I'm adding is: -t raw -A PREROUTING -i lo -j NOTRACK
I have a problem with one hard disk,now it says its Unallocated,and i tried to create a new partition on it,but it says that first i need to create a partition table,but when i create one,choosing msdos label,it doesnt to nothing. I used Gparted in Fedora,how can i create a partition table,so i can use my hard disk again?
I have several drives in an LVM VG/LV and for some reason on reboot, a drive will get a corrupt GTP table. I have killed the entire VG and re-created it without the drive that was showing the problem, then then it just happens to another drive. It does not appear to be the same drive each time either. I've confirmed this by using smartctl to check the SN of the drive reporting a corrupted table. It's not always the same drive.
I have swapped around cables to the two controllers to see if I could pin-point which cable or port showed the problem and long story short, there was little consistency in it. This simply does not appear to be caused by any single cable, port, controller, or drive.
parted /dev/sdb print Error: The primary GPT table is corrupt, but the backup appears OK, so that will be used. OK/Cancel?
When I see that and select Ok, it just shows it again. I can do an mklabel and mkpart, then the LVM LV shows up under /dev as it should, without another vgscan. If I then mount that LV, I can see the data is there and it seems Ok despite the warning of mklabel saying it will destroy the data. Logs show no cause during boot. So, what is causing this? Will doing the mklabel kill the data on it? I just don't understand why Ubuntu is randomly corrupting GTP tables.
Ubuntu 10.10 x64 Mobo: ASUS A8N-SLI - On board NVIDIA nforce4-SLI controller has 4 ports connected to 3 drives in this LVM LV. HighPoint Technologies, Inc. RocketRAID 230x 4 Port SATA-II Controller - Has 4 ports, 3 of which are used in the LVM LV. (Had 4, one is out with an RMA).
PAM time restrictions - changing Time.conf so it gets time from a sql table. I was wondering with the PAM authentication module (pam_time) that I can grab time from a server using sql/postgress which uses TIMEDATE function to get the time of logging out into pam_time? So basically I want to insert sql statements into Time.conf which would get the time from a table.
When I try wget URL... I get failed: connection timed out.I have created br0 as a bridge over eth0 to run this VM. The host has this IP 172.30.8.135.The host has access to internet through eth0 and this is the output of route inside the host.
I need to find a program or a way to edit the partition table and set the values and addresses for the partition boundaries manually. A while ago I had a very messy data loss that left me with a disk full of data but without a partition table (and without file indexes for some of the partitions on the disk). So, for recovery reasons I need to try lots of combinations of starting and ending addresses for each partition. Additionally it would be extra nice if I could do this with a live cd since I don't have the faulty drive attached to a working computer at the moment.
I was having trouble creating a USB Startup Disk in Ubuntu and used the command:
sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdb bs=1M count=1
This was a mistake as my USB flash drive was on /dev/sdc. If I am understanding this correctly, the command above deleted the MBR and the partition table. This disk had a single "/storage" partition on it. I googled a solution and found that the "testdisk" program seems to be the most popular solution for things like this. I ran it, selected an "Intel/PC partition" type, set the partition to a non-bootable primary Linux partition, wrote it, and rebooted.
Whenever I run:
sudo mount -t ext3 /dev/sdb1 /storage
mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sdb1, missing codepage or helper program, or other error In some cases useful info is found in syslog - try dmesg | tail or so
Dmesg shows the following:
[20246.273941] EXT3-fs error (device sdb1): ext3_check_descriptors: Block bitmap for group 1 not in group (block 0)! [20246.279376] EXT3-fs: group descriptors corrupted!
When I run:
sudo fdisk -l /dev/sdb
Disk /dev/sdb: 400.1 GB, 400088457216 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 48641 cylinders Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes
Status for ACCOUNT_MISSING_FRM_RCIS_LINK- mismatch
Status for ACCOUNT_MISSING_FRM_RCIS_LINK is ACCOUNT_MISSING_FRM_RCIS_LINK- does not exist in DB
This should appear just once as :
The same goes for last line.
For further information the ACCOUNT_MISSING_FRM_RCIS_LINK is a table name and it row count is taken from a log and then Database checked for the rowcount to see if it is a match,mismatch,or the table does not exist!
I am getting the desird output just that i need to do something to this output file.
I am trying to install Gentoo. Currently I have windows 7 on my primary Hard Drive.I decided to add in a second HDD that I got for free and use linux on that.I got through my entire install and at the end I accidently wrote grub to my second hard drive.When I rebooted it went straight to windows.So I have some questions. When installing to the secondary HDD does my boot partition and swap need to be on sda? or can they reside on sdb?Also I tried to re-issue the grub-install command and it said bash: command not found. How can I get grub to re-install? I tried to emerge it and same issue no command found.Do I need to redo the entire reinstall?My last question is If I have more then enough HDD space how much is too much for linux? Most people say 30 GB is all you need from what I have read but I assume 160 GB is going to go to waste?
This machine has UBUNTU & wINDOWS XP. I'm currently logged into UBUNTU. I was just checking the features of GParted and accidentally clicked Device > Create Partition Table. A default MS-DOS partition table is created. Now if I re-start the Gparted there is nothing. Its showing entire disk as UNALLOCATED space.
Lucky thing is All the drives (C:, D:, E:) are currently mounted and I'm in UBUNTU. I guess its possible to re-create the partition table using current status. how to do this. This is a lab computer. If its not recoverable. I'm completely screwed!
I accidentially overwrote the first 1M of my harddisk on linux (using dd). So, the partition-table is gone. I can still access all partition (except the first one) using /dev/sda2 (and so on), so the data is still there. I only need the partition boundaries to restore the table. How can I do this? The Linux-Kernel must still know them because all mount-points still work. fdisk -l /dev/sda doesn't work because it acctualy reads the partition table.
I have a machine running Arch Linux (2010, I believe) with a 6TB RAID-5 array hooked up to a Highpoint RocketRaid 2320. I've been having issues with the RAID controller's drivers and the latest Linux kernels thanks to the driver not being open-source, and as a result I am migrating the system to Windows Server.Problem is that the 6TB disk originally was comprised only of an ext4 partition.I shrunk the partition down as much as I could, and added a NTFS partition in the empty space so I could start moving files. That went fine. Problem is that now I need to shrink the ext4 partition again, move files, shrink again, etc. The second run through resize2fs is taking way longer than the first pass.It seems to be getting stuck at pass 3:
[root@nar-shaddaa rc.d]# resize2fs -p /dev/sdb3 863000000 resize2fs 1.41.14 (22-Dec-2010) Resizing the filesystem on /dev/sdb3 to 863000000 (4k) blocks.
Purpose: Python, PHP, WebKit (hopefully), and pyqt development. There is Wubi for Ubuntu, which I am using right now. But Ubuntu 11.04 doesn't work well with my system. There is a Wubi like installer for Puppy Linux. There is Debian Win32 installer, but I think that does touch the partition table. My last option is to simply grab Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and hope it works. Would that be a viable solution considering my needs?