18.04 Boot freezes at “Started Hold until boot process finishes up” boot reboot, FYI I’m not using ubuntu as dual

I tried to install some updates and after that when I rebooted the laptop it runs some commands and at last shows “Started hold until boot process finishes up. ” Ctrl+alt+f2 opens command line but there is no display whatsoever. I tried recovery mode and deleting some files but that is of no use as I already had enough memory. Please help thanks in advance.

SharePoint 2013 – One or more services have started or stopped unexpectedly – SPTimerV4

I’m getting this error message in CA. I checked the timer service and it is up and running. I tried with “Repair Automatically” but use.

ULS Error

The following services are managed by SharePoint, but their running state does not match what SharePoint expects: FIMSynchronizationService. This can happen if a service crashes or if an administrator starts or stops a service using a non-SharePoint interface. If SharePoint-managed services do not match their expected running state, SharePoint will be unable to correctly distribute work to the service.. Automatic repair is being attempted.

Netbeans11 Permission Denied Access Log When Started Tomcat9 Ubuntu 18.04

I installed Apache tomcat 9.0.24 in my machine(ubuntu 18.04) with this tutorial visit https://linuxize.com/post/how-to-install-tomcat-9-on-ubuntu-18-04/ but i dont make link, it works fine in terminal but always gets error Permission denied access log when started in netbeans11.

Myubuntu’s user loged in is andre

installation folder in /opt/tomcat/apache-tomcat-9.0.24 I have create user tomcat :

sudo useradd -r -m -U -d /opt/tomcat -s /bin/false tomcat sudo chown -RH tomcat: /opt/tomcat/apache-tomcat-9.0.24 sudo sh -c 'chmod +x /opt/tomcat/apache-tomcat-9.0.24/bin/*.sh' 

tomcat-user.xml with this configuration :

<tomcat-user xmlns="......">   <role rolename="tomcat"/>   <role rolename="role1"/>   <user username="tomcat" password="" roles="tomcat"/>   <user username="both" password="" roles="tomcat,role1"/>   <user username="role1" password="" roles="role1"/>   <role rolename="manager-gui"/>   <role rolename="manager-script"/>   <role rolename="manager-jmx"/>   <role rolename="manager-status"/>   <role rolename="admin-gui"/>   <role rolename="admin-script"/>   <user username="admin" password="admin" roles="manager-gui,manager- script,manager-jmx,manager-status,admin-gui,admin-script"/> <tomcat-user/> 

tomcat’s configuration in netbeans :

Server location : /opt/tomcat/apache-tomcat-9.0.24 Username : admin Password: admin 

When i started the server from netbeans a authentication windows tomcat manager application is showed. And I type user : admin and password : admin.

Error : java.io.FileNotFoundException: /opt/tomcat/apache-tomcat-9.0.24/logs/localhost_access_log.2019-08-22.txt (Permission denied)

But i always get that error(Permission denied access log file), and http://localhost:8080 is always 404. Anyone can explain me what’s the problem? thanx

Machine recently started freezing. Ubuntu 18.04 and 19.04. Kaby Lake GPU with intel HD 620

* Ubuntu 18.04 & 19.04 keep freezing due to video driver issues *

Until about a month ago, I had been running Ubuntu 18.04 successfully on my Dell Latitude (7th Gen Intel i7 processor, Kaby Lake, and Intel HD 620 GPU).

However, after a recent update to 18.04, I am experiencing constant freezes, after ive been logged in for 2 to 5 minutes.

I tried reinstalling 18.04, and upgrading to 19.04, neither solved the problem.

I know that the issue is related to my video drivers, because if I edit the grub to ‘nomodeset’, the machine will boot and run (but obviously with very poor video performance).

Ive tried installing the ppa open graphics drivers /oibaf drivers, but that doesnt work either. After installing, I check my drivers to ensure that the box for the oibaf drivers is checked (within ‘other software’ in the drivers app), and restart… and inevitably when I restart, the system is still using the i915 drivers.

(I run ‘lshw -c video’ within terminal to see which video driver is being used, and my system seems to still be using the i915 driver, which is causing the crashes)

Is there anything else I need to do to force Ubuntu to use the PPA drivers?

Hoping one of you fine people can help me out here?

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Realtek RTL8192CE started having connectivity issues

A month or so ago I got a new machine. I’m running Ubuntu 18.04 on it.

Everything worked perfectly until yesterday, when I started having intermittent connectivity issues from the wifi card (Realtek RTL8192CE). The connection seems to drop for seconds-minutes at a time, during which the card is still associated with the router, but I can’t ping 8.8.8.8 or even the router. I know the router is up because I can access its web interface (and otherwise access the internet) from other devices.

Since I didn’t touch the config or update Ubuntu at all, I suspect this is a hardware issue (although the effect seems to be less noticeable, if at all, when I dual-boot to Windows). However, I want to have a better diagnosis before I contact the seller for a replacement.

Any ideas how to diagnose this? In particular, how to figure out whether it’s a hardware issue or a software issue?

Kubuntu 19.04 stuck with “Started waiting until snapd is fully seeded” for nearly 10 minutes

$   journalctl -u snapd.seeded.service --since today  -- Reboot -- jul 19 10:29:22 pc systemd[1]: Starting Wait until snapd is fully seeded... jul 19 10:29:22 pc systemd[1]: Started Wait until snapd is fully seeded. jul 19 10:41:41 pc systemd[1]: snapd.seeded.service: Succeeded. jul 19 10:41:41 pc systemd[1]: Stopped Wait until snapd is fully seeded. -- Reboot -- jul 19 10:43:04 pc systemd[1]: Starting Wait until snapd is fully seeded... jul 19 10:43:04 pc systemd[1]: Started Wait until snapd is fully seeded. jul 19 10:48:26 pc systemd[1]: snapd.seeded.service: Succeeded. jul 19 10:48:26 pc systemd[1]: Stopped Wait until snapd is fully seeded. -- Reboot -- jul 19 10:50:36 pc systemd[1]: Starting Wait until snapd is fully seeded... jul 19 10:50:36 pc systemd[1]: Started Wait until snapd is fully seeded. jul 19 10:52:05 pc systemd[1]: snapd.seeded.service: Succeeded. jul 19 10:52:05 pc systemd[1]: Stopped Wait until snapd is fully seeded. -- Reboot -- jul 19 10:53:43 pc systemd[1]: Starting Wait until snapd is fully seeded... jul 19 10:53:43 pc systemd[1]: Started Wait until snapd is fully seeded. jul 19 10:54:46 pc systemd[1]: snapd.seeded.service: Succeeded. jul 19 10:54:46 pc systemd[1]: Stopped Wait until snapd is fully seeded. -- Reboot -- jul 19 10:58:07 pc systemd[1]: Starting Wait until snapd is fully seeded... jul 19 10:58:07 pc systemd[1]: Started Wait until snapd is fully seeded. jul 19 11:11:38 pc systemd[1]: snapd.seeded.service: Succeeded. jul 19 11:11:38 pc systemd[1]: Stopped Wait until snapd is fully seeded. - Reboot -- jul 19 11:25:49 pc systemd[1]: Starting Wait until snapd is fully seeded... jul 19 11:25:49 pc systemd[1]: Started Wait until snapd is fully seeded. jul 19 11:32:03 pc systemd[1]: snapd.seeded.service: Succeeded. jul 19 11:32:03 pc systemd[1]: Stopped Wait until snapd is fully seeded. -- Reboot -- jul 19 10:58:07 pc systemd[1]: Starting Wait until snapd is fully seeded... jul 19 10:58:07 pc systemd[1]: Started Wait until snapd is fully seeded. jul 19 11:11:38 pc systemd[1]: snapd.seeded.service: Succeeded. jul 19 11:11:38 pc systemd[1]: Stopped Wait until snapd is fully seeded. -- Reboot -- jul 19 11:14:41 pc systemd[1]: Starting Wait until snapd is fully seeded... jul 19 11:14:41 pc systemd[1]: Started Wait until snapd is fully seeded. jul 19 11:20:14 pc systemd[1]: snapd.seeded.service: Succeeded. jul 19 11:20:14 pc systemd[1]: Stopped Wait until snapd is fully seeded. -- Reboot -- jul 19 11:25:49 pc systemd[1]: Starting Wait until snapd is fully seeded... jul 19 11:25:49 pc systemd[1]: Started Wait until snapd is fully seeded. jul 19 11:32:03 pc systemd[1]: snapd.seeded.service: Succeeded. jul 19 11:32:03 pc systemd[1]: Stopped Wait until snapd is fully seeded. -- Reboot -- jul 19 11:37:40 pc systemd[1]: Starting Wait until snapd is fully seeded... jul 19 11:37:40 pc systemd[1]: Started Wait until snapd is fully seeded. jul 19 11:40:27 pc systemd[1]: snapd.seeded.service: Succeeded. jul 19 11:40:27 pc systemd[1]: Stopped Wait until snapd is fully seeded.