System directories not owned by root after preseed install 18.04.2

I have an issue where there are no files owned by root after an unattended install using preseed on Ubuntu 18.04.2. I discovered this when I could not use sudo. Upon investigation, I found that /usr, /lib and /home were owned by 1001:1001, not root, and the same for any files or sub-directories. This wasn’t a problem in the past, so I’m a bit mystified. Please see my preseed file below:

  # Localization d-i debian-installer/locale             string  en_US.UTF-8 d-i debian-installer/language           string  en d-i debian-installer/country            string US  # Keyboard layout d-i console-setup/ask_detect            boolean false d-i keyboard-configuration/layoutcode   string  us d-i keyboard-configuration/charmap      select  UTF-8 d-i keyboard-configuration/layout       string English (US)   ### Network configuration d-i netcfg/choose_interface             select auto d-i netcfg/use_autoconfig               boolean true d-i netcfg/get_domain                   string  ### Mirror settings d-i mirror/country                      string  manual d-i mirror/http/hostname                string d-i mirror/http/directory               string  /ubuntu d-i mirror/http/proxy                   string   d-i proxy                               string   d-i mirror/protocol                     string  http  ### Account setup d-i passwd/user-fullname                string ictadmin d-i passwd/username                     string ictadmin d-i passwd/user-password                password chrysler1 d-i passwd/user-password-again          password chrysler1 d-i user-setup/encrypt-home             boolean false  ### Clock and time zone setup - TS verified ntp server  d-i clock-setup/utc                     boolean true d-i time/zone                           string  America/Detroit d-i clock-setup/ntp                     boolean false d-i clock-setup/ntp-server             string   # Automatically detect device name of install disk d-i partman/early_command   string      debconf-set partman-auto/disk /dev/"$  (fdisk -l |grep -i linux | awk '{print $  1}' | cut -d / -f 3 |sed 's/p[0-9]$  //p' |head -n1)"  ### Partitioning and disk encryption d-i partman-auto/method                 string  crypto d-i partman-crypto/passphrase             password  d-i partman-crypto/passphrase-again       password   d-i partman-lvm/purge_lv_from_device    boolean true d-i partman-lvm/device_remove_lvm       boolean true d-i partman-md/device_remove_md         boolean true d-i partman-lvm/confirm                boolean true d-i partman-lvm/confirm_nooverwrite    boolean true d-i partman-auto/choose_recipe          select  atomic  d-i partman-partitioning/confirm_write_new_label boolean true d-i partman/choose_partition            select finish d-i partman/confirm                     boolean true d-i partman-lvm/confirm_nooverwrite    boolean true  ### Package selection tasksel tasksel/first                   multiselect ubuntu-desktop ubiquity    ubiquity/keep-installed string icedtea6-plugin # Enable d-i apt-setup/extras    boolean true d-i pkgsel/include/install-recommends   boolean true  ### Boot loader installation d-i grub-installer/only_debian          boolean true##  TO DO:  Resolve how to create more file systems ##  Need to have OS separated from data d-i grub-installer/with_other_os        boolean true    ### Copy and install some extra stuff  ### When ubiquity/success_command is invoked /target is mounted  ubiquity ubiquity/success_command       string \    in-target apt purge gdm3 ; \    in-target apt update ; \    in-target apt-get -y install net-tools libwebkitgtk-3.0 terminator gdm3 ; \    in-target hostname `echo "ubn"$  (lshw | grep -m 1 serial | awk '{print tolower ($  2)}')` ; \    hostname > /target/etc/hostname ; \    sed -i "2s/.*/\t$  (cat /target/etc/hostname)/" /target/etc/hosts  ubiquity ubiquity/use_nonfree   boolean true ubiquity ubiquity/reboot   boolean  true 

Magento2 Products on Category after deployment

I recently did a release on my magento2 instance on production. Everything looked good for a day, then enabled some configuration and styling went away from all product pages. So I reverted that and rebuilt (di, static files, setup:upgrade, etc). Now all our category pages have no products and seeing an error like the following:

Uncaught exception ‘TypeError’ with message ‘Argument 8 passed to Magento\Catalog\Model\ProductRenderList::__construct() must be of the type array, null given, called in /var/www/vhosts/ on line 111’ in /var/www/vhosts/

I follow the entire stack trace and it is all core magento files. Any ideas on this?

Product page not loading after Magento 2.3.2 update

I have recently updated from Magento 2.3.0 to Magento 2.3.2 and everything seems to be ok, apart from the product page (and example is here: )

It just loads with the gallery spinner showing and looking at the html there doesn’t appear to be anything loading in the

I’ve connected to the site via SSH and ran:

bin/magento cache:flush bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy bin/magento indexer:reindex

But it’s still showing the same. I can’t work out why it’s doing it

Ubuntu boots only after alt + f2 and alt f1

When I start up my ubuntu it freezes on some random jobs like

” Starting GNOME Display Manager ” or ” Starting Hostname Service ” Only after pressing alt + f2 and then alt + f1 it boots up as everything is normal. After like 10 minutes of use it wants to send an empty crash report for an empty program. But it still works okay, it’s just annoying having to always press this buttons on boot. I use Ubuntu 19.04 x64

After updating from Community Edition 2.3.1 to 2.3.2, Catalog Products page takes 4-5 minutes to load

After updating from community edition version 2.3.1 to 2.3.2, both my development site and my live site take 4-5 minutes to load the page Catalog-Products. The page seems to hang just after the main page framework is loaded, including the grid for products, but the line for active filters has yet to load. This happens in both Firefox and Chrome from multiple computers. In version 2.3.1 this page load took 3-5 seconds.

Once loaded, the page acts normally until I navigate away (say, to edit a product), then another 4-5 minute wait.

I read several articles on page speed, and nothing described in any article has any effect on this page.

As far as I can tell, all other functions on the web site are working at least as fast as version 2.3.1.

Ubuntu 18.04 won’t boot after installing nvidia driver

I have recently upgraded to Ubuntu 18.04 and have installed a new graphics card. After installing the nvidia-430 driver, I am no longer able to boot. The desktop environment freezes and pressing Alt + F2 shows the following message:

“A start job is running for hold until boot process finishes up (Xmin Xs/no limit).”

When I boot into recovery mode, nvidia-smi shows that the driver is properly installed. This happens for every version of nvidia that is compatible with the GPU (390 to 430)

“jobs” doesn’t list nohup command after relogging

I’m trying to run a program that takes a while to execute and then log off.

I believe I should be able to do this with following commands:

nohup [the command I'm running] & jobs #the first "jobs" command exit ssh [the machine I'm sshing into] jobs #the second "jobs" command

However, when I do this, the first “jobs” command lists the the command I’m running, but the second one doesn’t. What I’d like to know is this:

  1. Is the command running even though jobs doesn’t list it the second time?
  2. How can I get jobs to list it the second time?