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Windows somehow decided to list this partition, but due to the fact that Windows lacked ext2/3/4 filesystem driver it is not able to understand the contents of it. You can hide this in Disk Manager by deleting the assigned drive letter. Or you can leave it as is and find a ext2/3/4 driver for Windows so you can read (maybe and write) contents to the Linux ...
What you need is tee: ./script.sh | tee -a script_output.log The -a parameter appends to the output file, since you used >> in your example.
I think the easiest way would be to install ubuntu server, because it doesn't install by default a GUI.
The question depends on that you call "the Ubuntu terminal." As far as I know, no such beast exists. A [computer] terminal is something like a VT100. It looks like this: A DEC terminal. Image from Wikipedia Almost all linux distribution ship with terminal emulators, usually running half a dozen of them on a TTY. Optionally they also ship with a ...
You might want to give https://launchpad.net/~collectd/+archive/ubuntu/collectd-5.5 a try. It is roughly the same as the nightly builds mentioned by @ustuehler, except using the release tarballs.
I have repeated this test on a test system running kernel 4.3. Like you, I have created a BTRFS RAID-6 array with 4 drives: # mkfs.btrfs -m raid6 -d raid6 /dev/sdb /dev/sdc /dev/sdd /dev/sde I then mounted it and started writing data on it. While that was going on, I removed one of the drives. Of course, this caused a lot of error messages in the log ...
Your /boot directory is full! Find and remove the older kernels that you don't use anymore and remove them(apt-get purge linux-image-3.13.0-43-generic). Why do you have so many? Just keep a couple to fall back on and a new one. This will make your boot list shorter as well.
One of the best ways to idenfify whether your hardware will work as expceted with software is to compare the device's specs against the recommended specification for the software you plan on installing. You can find the minimum requirements for Ubuntu here:https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/SystemRequirements and openSUSE ...
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