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Do you get this error all the time or was it happening this one time? the package manager and terminal or now appear to be operating normally. the S11 link exist both in server and in image ... Do you have that file? http://3swindows.com/failed-to/failed-to-request-certificate-failed-all-combinations.html

Offline #7 2013-08-15 20:18:32 jstoik1 Member From: Las Vegas Registered: 2012-02-15 Posts: 13 Re: [SOLVED] gnome-terminal wont launch grantpt failed: Exec format error I just wanted to quickly update this thread On Unix or Linux platforms the most common reasons are: The maximum process limit has been reached for the kernel The maximum open file limit has been reached Swap space allocation Thanks! but your adviced with /etc/fstab helped.

alperkins (alperkins) wrote on 2009-04-10: #36 I have the first script in init.d. as there are more errors that I have at a clean install ... :( Chris Coulson (chrisccoulson) wrote on 2009-05-10: #9 Are you sure that your initscripts package is configured correctly? hrstrand (peter-gafmo) wrote on 2009-03-28: #14 /etc/fstab is not a directory, it is a file. 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.

  • I'll try to search for the main cause if nobody solves it first.
  • Here is how the output of the command appears when it errors out, in dca_setup log file which is located under /home/gapdmin/gpAdminLogs directory: 20140415:16:47:45:110287 dca_setup:mdw:root-[INFO]:-Generate the SSH Keys for any new
  • If you can't open a terminal do ALT + F2 to open the 'run application' window and then type the following gksudo gedit /etc/fstab then add the line as suggested above.
  • Scott James Remnant (Canonical) (canonical-scott) wrote on 2009-05-11: #58 This is caused by a modification you have made to your system and failed to account for in the upgrade.
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  • so I have yet no terminal ability, and if I use the file manager under Places, when I get to /etc, I can find no fstab subdirectory.
  • alperkins (alperkins) wrote on 2009-03-28: #13 O.k.
  • Here is some sample shell script code that you can use to monitor the number of processes belonging to the 'dsadm' user.

After he did, before asking me or I would have stop him, did the upgrade to intrepid (he doesn't know anything about OS so he didn't touch anything) and after I Either 1) your /etc/rcS.d directory has been re-ordered such that S11mountdevsubfs.sh is no longer S11 (or S10udev is no longer S10) 2) your /etc/init.d/mountdevsubfs.sh file has custom modifications, and you declined Ubuntu Logo, Ubuntu and Canonical © Canonical Ltd. Alt+F2 then 'sudo gedit /etc/fstab' then saved it.

I tried running a server as one of the registered users. I created now the missing symlink at it seems to work, now. Spherical Tires Floating Shelves Where to Find A Cheap GoPro How to Wall Mount a TV Popular Tags4G Amazon android backup Blu-Ray browser cell phone charger command line dell eReader error https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1142400 EdSena (edsena) wrote on 2009-04-23: #38 I got the same issue here, after upgrading from 8.10 to 9.04 final release, today.

Still doesn't work. h)open terminal NO REBOOT REQUIRED Scott James Remnant (Canonical) (canonical-scott) wrote on 2009-05-05: #50 Those who do have an /etc/rcS.d/S11mountdevsubfs.sh symlink, please provide the output of: ls /etc/rcS.d Changed in sysvinit very pleased for the confirmation on how to fix this, now my new > problem....when I try and paste the line: > > devpts /dev/pts devpts (rw,noexec,nosuid,gid=5,mode=620) > > into the What are the contents so I can replace it? 8472 (dv-underworld) wrote on 2009-04-28: #41 now, after full version was released, i've upgraded, and i received this same problem.

Somehow on my server, the maximum pending signal value does not exceed around 90k value while it is 584k on Nitrous server. the specific steps or actions you took that caused you to encounter the problem, 2. Related PostsRipping DVD's in Ubuntu Linux EasyHow to install Firefox Flash Plugin in Ubuntu LinuxWMV Video Won't Play After Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty UpgradeList of Top 25 Ubuntu BlogsFixing the "No space Offline #5 2012-06-01 08:02:38 jolivier Member Registered: 2012-05-30 Posts: 17 Re: [SOLVED] gnome-terminal wont launch grantpt failed: Exec format error Ok I fixed by changing my fstab todevpts /dev/pts devpts rw,relatime,gid=5,mode=620,ptmxmode=000

What's the male version of "hottie"? Check This Out Not sure if they're related. SirAry (theodor-scherer) wrote on 2009-05-07: #8 Same error in mythubuntu diskless: on the server it works well but if I go in MCC, select the image and try to use synaptic Changing permissions at runtime, by remounting /dev/pts, was instead not working.Glad that I found the solution guys, each day I love Arch more...

alperkins (alperkins) wrote on 2009-03-06: #3 xorg_fix_intrepid.log Edit (244 bytes, text/plain) alperkins (alperkins) wrote on 2009-03-06: #4 apt.log Edit (46.0 KiB, text/plain) alperkins (alperkins) wrote on 2009-03-06: #5 main.log Edit (48.7 Do you have that file? **check you have that file by doing ls /etc/init.d the file should appear in the list** Do you also have the symlink at: /etc/rcS.d/S11mountdevsubfs.sh **check this On Microsoft Windows Refer to the Technote 1684610 to obtain a list of general recommendations for this platform. http://3swindows.com/failed-to/failed-to-login-notes-initialization-failed.html Thanks jstoik1 Offline #9 2013-08-24 12:47:42 dennymallow Member Registered: 2011-07-08 Posts: 10 Re: [SOLVED] gnome-terminal wont launch grantpt failed: Exec format error Commenting the devpts line in /etc/fstab file also did

Again, I deeply appreciate all the feedback and helps encountered here. Richard manroh (agenthanu) wrote on 2009-05-11: #57 I posted this entry a few days ago: "Since yesterday (upgrade from 8.10 to 9.04) I had exactly the same problem. pty.fork() failed: [Errno 12] Cannot allocate memory" Shyam Rai September 09, 2015 02:51 Environment DCA V2 2.0.1.0 (Not limited to a specific DCA/version) Problem When running dca_setup from master on a

Offline #3 2012-05-30 09:00:16 jolivier Member Registered: 2012-05-30 Posts: 17 Re: [SOLVED] gnome-terminal wont launch grantpt failed: Exec format error Yes it's quite similar to what I tried already, but I

So here is your fix, this is all you have to do.¬† You can run a command in Ubuntu by hitting the keys "Alt+F2" at the same time. aur S & M :: forum rules :: Community EthosResources for Women, POC, LGBT*, and allies Offline Pages: 1 Topic closed Index ¬ĽApplications & Desktop Environments ¬Ľ[SOLVED] gnome-terminal wont launch grantpt They probably have similar way to jail user. I have seen a fix involving adding a line to fstab - which I don't quite recall - but I think was a line to mount pts.

caj411 (cajones) wrote on 2009-04-02: #19 I just upgraded to the Jaunty Beta yesterday and have the EXACT same problems as described above. hrstrand (peter-gafmo) wrote on 2009-03-27: #10 dist-upgrade.zip 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 Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else • Take the tour • Read the guide © 2004-2016 CanonicalLtd. • Terms of use • Contact Launchpad Support • Blog http://3swindows.com/failed-to/failed-to-start-the-virtual-machine-module-disk-power-on-failed-cannot-open-the-disk.html In other words it doesn't prompt me for my password, it just says I don't rights to open the file.

How do you all get around that? Once the window comes up - enter this command and click ok:
devpts /dev/pts devpts (rw,noexec,nosuid,gid=5,mode=620)
This hit "Alt+F2" one last time and run this command:
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very pleased for the confirmation on how to fix this, now my new problem....when I try and paste the line: devpts /dev/pts devpts (rw,noexec,nosuid,gid=5,mode=620) into the /etc/fstab file, I get the How to find all macOS applications which are not from the App Store? ‚ÄčP‚Äči‚Äč =‚Äč= ‚Äč3‚Äč.‚Äč2‚Äč How to copy text from command line to clipboard without using the mouse? Additional information would be greatly appreciated.