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Thank you, Scott James Remnant. It should should not be needed to have devpts in /etc/fstab, there is a init script: /etc/init.d/ that deals with mounting the required devpts filesystem. but i'm assuming its still a bug? Changed in update-manager: assignee: nobody → mvo status: New → Incomplete alperkins (alperkins) wrote on 2009-03-10: RE: [Bug 338071] Re: update manager install error #8 Michael/Bugfix: I have continued to try

Browse other questions tagged linux ubuntu fork pty nitrousio or ask your own question. I cannot access through ssh to this computer anymore, > thanks to this bug, so my brother in law which live 3000 km away from me > will have a risky hrstrand (peter-gafmo) wrote on 2009-03-27: #10 Edit (252.7 KiB, application/zip) I am in the exact same situation after an upgrade from 8.10 today hrstrand (peter-gafmo) wrote on 2009-03-27: #11 I

  • alperkins (alperkins) wrote on 2009-04-10: #36 I have the first script in init.d.
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up vote 17 down vote favorite 8 I'm using Ubuntu 12.10 with Gnome-Classic. Resolving the problem On Unix or Linux Adjust the maximum process limit The exact methods for identifying and modifying process and file limits will vary between the different Unix and Linux Thanks for the solution you've found. share|improve this answer answered Aug 6 '15 at 23:16 Glenn Dayton 1406 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google

I noted that I didn't have a file, so I downloaded the dpkg-dist, then copied it into the /etc/init.d directory, set it to 755 with owner/group as root. Does Detect Magic allow you to recognize the shape of a magic item? kapatz (massimo-terenzi) wrote on 2009-04-30: #6 hit ctrl + alt + F1, if it does not work the first time, try again another time ctrl + alt + F1, then login For me the /etc/rcS.d/ was missing, too.

The system administrator for the operating system should be engaged to assist with this. All I apparently needed to do after Method 2 was reboot the system. brickatius (brickatius) wrote on 2009-04-07: #35 On my system the init script does exist at /etc/init.d/ but there is no symlink at /etc/rcS.d/ There is an init script: /etc/init.d/ that deals with mounting the required devpts filesystem.

My same trick to resolve this is to reboot under a lesser version , and install updates. The time now is 06:40 AM. Try upping the RAM from 512MB to 1GB, that fixed it for me. I can not discern any commonality among the programs that cause this error.

For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here Download your favorite Linux distribution at LQ ISO. weblink The particulars to note from the first and second yellow-circled items are in the "used" column, which display memory and swap space available for the operating system to use, i.e., they're I tried running ulimits -a & matched every value except for pending signal. Just starting out and have a question?

If this is not the right place to ask these questions - please inform me of the correct place to get a solution. I truly appreciate your help. So some things, like forkpty, just don't work. navigate here They probably have similar way to jail user.

They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. In that case try to reduce the number of processes to workaround this problem. Cheers, Manuel.

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What was the purpose of the soft hands in Ocean's Eleven? Do you also have the symlink at: /etc/rcS.d/ ? I've also done a little searching and have found there are some mentions of memory leaks in gnome-panel, so that seems a likely suspect. –Questioner Feb 17 '13 at 9:14 | For me the /etc/rcS.d/ was missing, too.

Any ideas? If you'd like to contribute content, let us know. Can anybody help on how to make the app run on my server the way it works on linux ubuntu fork pty nitrousio share|improve this question asked Jul 22 '13 his comment is here The system returned: (113) No route to host The remote host or network may be down.

Manuel. I captured this output after I started getting the error. –Questioner Feb 15 '13 at 1:45 Most probably the problem lies with one of the less frequently used indicators Scott -- Scott James Remnant

Generated Tue, 11 Oct 2016 13:02:32 GMT by s_ac15 (squid/3.5.20) Is this the right way to multiply series? When I mark for re-installation and hit Apply, I get the "Error Failed to Fork PTY" message. h)open terminal NO REBOOT REQUIRED Also, I just upgraded to Ubuntu 9.10 and got the same error, this broke my ability to SSH to the server as well.

but your adviced with /etc/fstab helped. Affecting: sysvinit (Ubuntu) Filed here by: alperkins When: 2009-03-05 Completed: 2009-05-11 Target Distribution Baltix BOSS Juju Charms Collection Elbuntu Guadalinex Guadalinex Edu Kiwi Linux nUbuntu PLD Linux Tilix tuXlab Ubuntu Ubuntu Michael Vogt (mvo) wrote on 2009-03-30: #15 If anyone who hit the problem could add the output of "mount " - that would be much appreciated. This should be: ls /etc/init.d Scott -- Scott James Remnant

When I ran Update Manager today, I was successful to download a large number of updates, but when I try and install them, I get the following error: Error fork pty