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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 It seems that 9.04 is insuficiently tested ... 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 So your two reasons which basically said that the user is the only responsible of this problem and that ubuntu doesn't have any responsabilities is a little bit exagerated for my this contact form

What do you call this alternating melodic pattern? pty.fork() failed: [Errno 12] Cannot allocate memory 20140415:16:50:30:110287 dca_setup:mdw:root-[INFO]:- Application terminated by user. 20140415:16:57:53:117140 dca_setup:mdw:root-[INFO]:-ping -c 1 -w 4 smdw 20140415:16:57:54:117140 dca_setup:mdw:root-[WARNING]:-The -a/--auto option has not affect without the -d/--dev flag Thanks to all for wonderful ideas, suggestions. Steve Guio (guioking-deactivatedaccount) wrote on 2009-04-02: #24 Try to do: $ sudo gedit /etc/fstab caj411 (cajones) wrote on 2009-04-03: #25 sudo gedit /etc/fstab save and reboot alperkins wrote: > O.k. More about the author

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 Watson Product Search Search None of the above, continue with my search DataStage parallel jobs fail with fork() failed, Resource temporarily unavailable Technote (troubleshooting) Problem(Abstract) InfoSphere Information Server DataStage parallel job Ubuntu 9.04 - the jaunty jackalope synaptic 0.62.5 Also I cannot open a terminal window, it's saying it cannot launch a child process Add tags Tag help alperkins (alperkins) wrote on 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?

  • ant1matter (abstractryan) wrote on 2009-04-02: Re: [Bug 338071] Re: update manager "Error failed to fork pty" #20 try adding the following line to /etc/fstab (as root) devpts /dev/pts devpts (rw,noexec,nosuid,git=5,mode=620) R
  • Do you get this error all the time or was it happening this one time? ** Changed in: update-manager (Ubuntu) Assignee: (unassigned) => Michael Vogt (mvo) Status: New => Incomplete --
  • 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
  • This will result in errors like "grantpt failed: Operation not permitted".To fix this, remove that line from your fstab file.

Do you also have the symlink at: /etc/rcS.d/S11mountdevsubfs.sh ? 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. 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 When I ran Update Manager today, I was successful to download a large number of updates, but when I try and install them, I get the following error: Error fork pty

Changed in update-manager: assignee: nobody → mvo status: New → Incomplete alperkins (alperkins) wrote on 2009-03-10: RE: [Bug 338071] Re: update manager install error #8 Michael/Bugfix: I have continued to try I noted that I didn't have a mountdevsubfs.sh file, so I downloaded the dpkg-dist, then copied it into the /etc/init.d directory, set it to 755 with owner/group as root. Below is the ulimit -a output from Nitrous server ulimit -a core file size (blocks, -c) 0 data seg size (kbytes, -d) unlimited scheduling priority (-e) 0 file size (blocks, -f) https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1142400 but your adviced with /etc/fstab helped.

alperkins (alperkins) wrote on 2009-04-10: #36 I have the first script in init.d. Scott -- Scott James Remnant

Still doesn't work. Last edited by dennymallow (2013-08-24 12:49:15) A good Arch can hold any weight! caj411 (cajones) wrote on 2009-04-02: #22 thanks, i did, and it worked. Do you also have the symlink at: /etc/rcS.d/S11mountdevsubfs.sh ?

For #2, move the /etc/init.d/mountdevsubfs.sh.dpkg-new file over top of /etc/init.d/mountdevsubfs.sh and re-apply your modifications Changed in sysvinit (Ubuntu): status: Incomplete → Invalid humufr (humufr-deactivatedaccount) wrote on 2009-06-05: #59 Scott I am weblink the behavior you actually encountered (in as much detail as possible). It should should not be needed to have devpts in /etc/fstab, there is a init script: /etc/init.d/mountdevsubfs.sh that deals with mounting the required devpts filesystem. Thank you, Scott James Remnant.

Authentication Error for ABBY Ocr Sdk! 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 asked 3 years ago viewed 454 times active 3 years ago Related 5How to jail linux user5Jailing user to GUI program in linux4forkpty - socket6CoreDumpDirectory isn't working on ubuntu; getting segmentation navigate here My theory being that Jaunty needs that line but previous releases didn't.

kapatz (massimo-terenzi) wrote on 2009-04-29: #4 I have resolved with: sudo ln -s /etc/init.d/mountdevsubfs.sh /etc/rcS.d/S11mountdevsubfs.sh sudo vi /etc/fstab add string: devpts /dev/pts devpts rw 0 0 romeoluzzi (luzzir) wrote on 2009-04-30: For #1, use whatever tool you used to originally reorder to fix the problem. Jennie Harris (online-whinston) wrote on 2010-04-16: #62 Download full text (3.9 KiB) I am having an error that I think is related to this thread, but I can't quite fix it.

Adv Reply May 9th, 2009 #3 jelcoward View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Mar 2007 Beans 6 Re: Error failed to fork pty

And many many thanks to jstoik1! My same trick to resolve this is to reboot under a lesser version , and install updates. The time now is 08:49 PM. mooli (sam-phillips) wrote on 2009-04-28: #42 Same here, a)open console, b)hold CTRL, ALT and push F1 c)login as root user d)sudo su e)add this line to my /etc/fstab file to resolve

Can this number be written in (3^x) - 1 format? Hope that helps.......I'm just a linux newbie too Adv Reply June 4th, 2009 #4 m.ayad View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Spilled the Beans Join Date Nov 2008 Location I still have no Terminal and running Update Manager is still encountering the same error. his comment is here There is an init script: /etc/init.d/mountdevsubfs.sh that deals with mounting the required devpts filesystem.

pty.fork() failed: [Errno 12] Cannot allocate memory',) Traceback (most recent call last): File "/opt/dca/lib/dca_setup/ui_action_base.py", line 105, in run question_list = myExec.execute_actions(answer_map = answer_map) File "/opt/dca/lib/dca_setup/setup_execute.py", line 54, in execute_actions question_list = Rebooting doesn't clear any error condition. 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. 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:

Mooli's post on 04/28/2009 fixes this problem for me. Reducing the number of processes may decrease performance but can allow jobs to complete. I did as instructed and used the following command :- mv /etc/init.d/mountdevsubfs.sh.dpkg-dist /etc/init.d/mountdevsubfs.sh and undid the change I had made to /etc/fstab by deleting the line which I had added as I've tried to grep this error from system logs but no trace of it.

He is not able to do anything in the system and he is scared > to messed up things. > There is no evidence that this problem has *ever* been caused How to deal with an intern's lack of basic skills? If anyone needs more help, start a new thread. Changed in synaptic (Ubuntu): status: New → Incomplete kapatz (massimo-terenzi) wrote on 2009-04-28: #2 after network upgrade ubuntu to 9.04, I can not install more package using synaptic package manager, the

Are the guns on a fighter jet fixed or can they be aimed? I have the same problem and am not having any luck trying to solve it. Do you get this error all the time or was it happening this one time?