As I was doing my routine monthly hard drive swap, I noticed an unusual occurrence. I came to realize that upon shutting down the server and removing the hard disk, I somehow lost the boot sector on the /dev./md0. This has left ne with no other option but to boot from another server with the secondary Hard Disk being used to load data and Operating system (OS). I got this idea from the How to set up software RAID1 on a running LVM system guide. My fear is that I might lose data in md1 in the process of restoring the boot data to md0 followed by copying to /dev./sdb. The option of returning the replaced Hard Disk is out of the question as it will make me lose my back up. I have exhausted all I know. Can someone please help me?
on Sat, 2012-01-21 17:04
My Asus K52F has got a 64 bit Ubuntu 11.04 system. There was a time that my webcam was malfunctioning. At the time I got the following information from the lsusb utility that displays information about USB buses: “Bus 001 Device 003: ID 04f2:b071 Chicony Electronics Co., Ltd 2.0M UVC Webcam / CNF7129”. As I tried to deal with the problem, I obtained Google Chrome’s 64 bit .deb file. However, I came to learn that my image was appearing vertically inverted during a chat. I the search for a solution, I got the information that using this command at the initiation of Google chrome would help i.e. LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/libv4l/v4l1compat.so Google-chrome. I however got an error message as shown:
on Fri, 2012-01-20 20:01
Whenever I tried to play video in KMPlayer an error is showing on my screen. And I was unable to use the minimize and maximize option also. When I clicked on OK everything will be fine. This is very irritating for me. I have the latest version of KMPlayer. The error that I am receiving is "Access violation at address 0477867D in module 'gen_ml.dll_'.Read of address 00000028." What can I do now? Please help me.
on Tue, 2012-01-03 13:48