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Installing Nagios 4 on Ubuntu 14 04 LTS

I walk through compiling and installing Nagios 4 on a newly built Ubuntu 14.04 LTS server. More information can be found at http://blog.jsquaredconsulting.co…
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Ubuntu Mobile hands-on review

Canonical announced earlier this year that the first Ubuntu smartphones will be made by BQ and Meizu. That created a wave of interest in how the open source Linux operating system (OS) distribution will look and work on a smartphone or tablet.

http://www.v3.co.uk/v3-uk/v3-co-uk-labs-blog/2333221/ubuntu-mobile-hands-on-review

Ubuntu-News – Your one stop for news about Ubuntu

[1347781] package ubuntu-docs 14.04.3 failed to install/upgrade: symbolic link ‘/usr/share/help/si/ubuntu-help/accounts-disable-service.page’ size has changed from 67 to 60

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Calxeda

Calxeda® Announces New Fabric-based Platform for Clouds










Austin, TX (PRWEB) October 28, 2013

Calxeda, the leader of ARM® -based servers, today announced its second-generation product line, the EnergyCore® ECX-2000 family, targeting the fast-growing private cloud infrastructure market. The new Server-on-a-Chip (SoC) enables an integrated fabric of high-density servers and storage, and has been selected by HP for Moonshot solutions. The ECX-2000 uses standard ARM Cortex™-A15 cores up to 1.8 GHz, with the integrated Calxeda Fleet Fabric™, 10Gb Ethernet and standard I/O controllers.

The Calxeda architecture is ideal for I/O-intensive applications such as distributed storage, cloud-based gaming services, media streaming and throughput-oriented private clouds. The new SoC delivers up to twice the performance, four times the memory capacity, and three times the memory bandwidth than previous ARM-based servers. The company will demonstrate the new product with OpenStack and the open-source Ceph distributed object storage software at the annual ARM TechCon event at the Santa Clara Convention Center, October 29-31.

“The rate and pace of innovation we have seen in the mobile space, enabled by power-efficient ARM-based SoCs, is now taking place in the datacenter,” said Barry Evans, CEO and co-founder of Calxeda. “The Calxeda Fleet Fabric enables our customers to create an extremely efficient computing infrastructure that improves management of large-scale clouds at lower cost, lower power and reduced carbon footprint. Coupled with the strength of our software and hardware partners, this is an unbeatable combination in an industry that is demanding better alternatives.”

The ECX-2000 enables the first production-class cloud infrastructure based on ARM processors, and is the first to support KVM and Xen, the popular virtualization hypervisors. Canonical, the leader in scalable cloud computing system software, is officially certifying the ECX-2000 for Ubuntu 13.10, including the latest “Havana” OpenStack release.

“HP is working with Calxeda to deliver new infrastructure economics to our customers and we are excited about their new EnergyCore ECX-2000 processor,” said Paul Santeler, vice president and general manager of HP’s Hyperscale Business Unit. “When delivered in an HP Moonshot solution, we believe it will offer users a new level of performance, requiring less energy and less space than traditional solutions do today.”

Calxeda expects volume shipments to system vendors before the end of the year, and has been sampling the ECX-2000 to partners and datacenters, including Dreamhost, an innovative cloud service and hosting company that hosts over 1.3 million Internet domains. “We are really impressed with the performance and low-power footprint of the Calxeda-based storage solution,” said Simon Anderson, CEO of DreamHost. “After extensive testing of the new product, we see great potential for Calxeda in our OpenStack-based public cloud deployments and Ceph-based distributed object storage service.”

In addition to HP, notable solution partners building servers and storage appliances using the new SoC include Aaeon, Boston Ltd. and Penguin Computing, with systems available beginning later this year.

Calxeda also announced the addition of a second 64-bit SoC to the company roadmap announced last year. Code-named “Sarita,” the new 64-bit ARM Cortex-A57 SoC complements the “Lago” platform, but is pin-compatible with the ECX-1000 and new ECX-2000. This approach, a first in the industry, reduces development time and expense for Calxeda partners, accelerating the 64-bit ARM ecosystem, and enabling customers to future-proof designs for three generations of rapid technology innovation.

About Calxeda

Founded in January 2008, Calxeda brings new performance density to the datacenter with revolutionary server-on-a-chip technology. Calxeda is funded by a unique syndicate comprising industry leading venture capital firms and semiconductor innovators, including ARM Holdings, Advanced Technology Investment Company, Austin Ventures, Battery Ventures, Flybridge Capital Partners, Highland Capital Partners and Vulcan Capital. See http://www.calxeda.com for more information.











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[ubuntu] Computer boots to different OS after lock.

Hello Guys,
I have a problem from last 10 – 15 days that when ever I keep my PC in Locked while downloading so that no wne should interrupt it.
Why does it restarts and boots to another OS of Other HDD.
Why this problem is happening.
Suggest me some solution to avoid the problem

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[1346880] I see help page in japanese!

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Pushbullet Indicator Gets Android Notification Mirroring Support, Other Changes

Pushbullet Indicator was updated recently with support for the latest Pushbullet API changes, which include OAuth support and notification mirroring from Android to your computer.

For those not familiar with Pushbullet, this is a service that lets you easily send files, links, notes, lists, etc. from your iOS or Android device to your desktop or the other way around. It can be used via Chrome / Firefox extensions and for Windows there’s also a desktop app. Because there was no native Linux app, Lorenzo from Atareao.es created an Ubuntu AppIndicator (and a Nautilus extension as a companion for the AppIndicator) to easily use Pushbullet in Ubuntu.

Pushbullet Indicator Gets Android Notification Mirroring Support, Other Changes
UbuntuHQ

Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander End Of Life: July 17, 2014

Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) reached end of life today. That means that if you use Ubuntu 13.10, you should upgrade to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Long Term Support). That’s because after July 17, 2014, “Ubuntu Security Notices will no longer include information or updated packages for Ubuntu 13.10″ [...]

Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander End Of Life: July 17, 2014
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Download Ubuntu Skin Pack 2.0 WORKING 2014

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Hey everyone! In this video I show you how you can install Ubuntu 14.04 LTS on a USB drive using Windows! This is a live USB with persistence so you can save…

[ubuntu] Initial install of 14.04 – 15 secs after sign-in screen shifts and system hangs

I just installed 14.04 64-bit on an Emachine with AMD Athlon II X2 235e
with a Nvuidia GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 graphics adapter.

The install went fine, I got the grub screen fine, I got the "sign-on" window
just fine. I entered the username and password, and the screen cleared,
and displayed the "colored" user X-Window (with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS logo at the
bottom left of the screen)… then in about 15 seconds (usually without displaying
the icon bar on the left) the screen skews with diagonal lines, and it hangs.

At this point it is non-responsive to "CTL-ALT-F1 (thru F6)… and I have to
power cycle it.

If, however, I do not log in, but instead press CTL-ALT-F1 I can login to a terminal.
But as soon as I go back to the X-window sign-on, and sign-on the same thing
happens again.

Since I’m on a low-speed DSL, I elected to do the install without automatically getting
updates. But I have since done an "sudo apt-get update;sudo apt-get upgrade"…
…which worked, but didn’t change anything.

I must admit I’m a bit of a neophyte in debugging these kind of issues so I’m at
a bit of a loss as to where to start.

Any help would be appreciated.

-tony

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