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Ubuntu 12.04 LTS - Präzises Schuppentier

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1Wir freuen uns, die sofortige Verfügbarkeit von Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Versionshinweise) für die Bereitstellung im Linode Manager. Dies ist eine Long-Term-Support (LTS)-Version von Canonical, was bedeutet, dass das Betriebssystem Unterstützung erhält bis April 2017. Für Hilfe bei der Bereitstellung einer Distribution im Linode Manager können Sie auf unsere Dokumentation in der Linode Library für Bereitstellen einer Linux-Distribution.

Es gibt derzeit einen ausstehenden Fehler im Upstart-Paket, der dazu führen kann, dass die Protokollierung von Startaufträgen beim Booten fehlschlägt und Fehler auf der Lish-Konsole ausgegeben werden. Upstart geht davon aus, dass "/dev/pts" über eine initrd verfügbar gemacht wird, bevor es läuft, was in unserer (und anderen) Umgebungen nicht der Fall ist. Wenn die Auftragsprotokollierung während des Bootens deaktiviert ist, sollte dies keine Probleme verursachen. Es gibt einen offenen Fehler auf Launchpad, wo Sie eine ausführlichere Erklärung des Problems finden und benachrichtigt werden, wenn ein Fix veröffentlicht wurde.

Viel Spaß!

-Tim


Kommentare (26)

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    First, thanks heckman!

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    I love you guys 🙂

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    Thank you! I was just asking about this.

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    Wow, that was fast! Thank you. 🙂

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    How do you fix the upstart bug?

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      rv65: When an update is released to the Upstart package, you can get it by installing updates using the package manager in your Linode (“apt-get”).

      -Tim

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    Nice! Thanks for being so fast, y’all. I know I’m supposed to be more prudent upgrading my server. Yeah, right. That’s what backups are for!

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    So, do you use the 3.0 or 3.2 kernel with Precise (12.04)?

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    As a customer who recently migrated from another provider. Aloe me to sincerely thank you for the prompt release. Ubuntu may not be my distribution of choice but the prompt availability of newer versions across the board will secure my business for a long time.

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    Can we have a 3.3 kernel now?

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    Did the update and I did get the error, but it now works since I changed the kernel to 3.2.

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    You guys rock! Been looking forward to this for ages so I can get php-fpm in the main repo and not from a PPA!

    Any reason it’s not labelled as 12.04 LTS in the deployer tho? For some reason that annoys me.

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    For those who will be upgrading manually please be sure to use our official instructions within the Release Notes:

    Ubuntu Wiki :: Precise Release Notes: Upgrade from 10.04 to 12.04

    Thanks Linode for getting this out quick.

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    So quick! Just like everything else (server, support, updates, etc.)

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    An interesting configuration script Ubuntu 12.04: http://alturl.com/s4zuv

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    So, can anyone walk me through this Upstart bug in “Captain Dummy talk” as Malcolm Reynolds might say? I don’t even see where in recovery mode I get a chance to input. Just runs until I get the “failed to create pty” message and hangs.

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    It doesn’t seem like there’s a lot of movement on this bug unfortunately.

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    Hey thanks for this guys. One request though, could you remove the `whoopsie` package from this distro? It really really shouldn’t be installed on a server.

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      @Philip: When building the distributions we do our best to keep them as close to the supplied configuration as possible. There are some changes that need to be made to allow the OS to work properly in our environment, however.

      In this case, the ‘Whoopsie’ package is installed as part of the Ubuntu 12.04 LTS server image even on a bare-metal system. When updating the image for Ubuntu 12.04.1 (when it is released in August), we’ll look in to the pros and cons of removing ‘Whoopsie’ (thus deviating further from vanilla Ubuntu).

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    Ricardo N Feliciano

    With Ubuntu 12.04.1 scheduled to be released on August 23, would it be possible to have a LAMP install guide for Ubuntu 12.04? The furthest we currently have is 11.10.

    Thanks.

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    Thanks for the info Ubuntu 12.04 rocks! 🙂

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    For those of you following this, the bug mentioned is fixed, and scheduled for .2 on 1/31/13.

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    .2 release? That sucks.

    Any news of 12.04.1 being an OS option?

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    Ricardo: deploying 12.04 LTS and running ‘apt-get update && apt-get upgrade -y’ will get you 12.04.1.

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    I’m aware. Just was hoping to be able to start with all the upgrades in place. Or even with the upstart bugfix merged in already :/

    Anyways thanks.

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