I installed Ubuntu server on one of my machines, one of the nice things about it, is that it from install it configures a working LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) set up. Which is nice and saves lots of configuration. Unfortunately, I still need to get Subversion, Ruby, Tomcat, and other things installed and running on the system. Anyways since, I was going to have to set up a bunch of things and planned on using the system as a development machine I then installed Ubuntu desktop on the system as one of the aptitude scripts, which installs all the packages require for the desktop configuration. After that though, I realized that I was not able to complete any install with out causing an error in clvm, anything you install would cause a clvm error and make your install fail. So here is the fix if you install the Ubuntu server from CD and then install the desktop: Ultimately this post by npcomplete2000, was the solution for me:http://www.ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-186356.html removing clvm caused no problems for me and was something I never thought I would need. After that I could install other applications with out problems. More error information so those searching for error codes will find this post:Starting Cluster LVM Daemon clvmd could not connect to cluster managerConsult syslog for more informationinvoke-rc.d: initscript clvm, action “start” failed.dpkg: error processing clvm (–configure): subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 3Errors were encountered while processing: clvmE: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)

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Welcome to Dan Mayer's development blog. I primary write about Ruby development, distributed teams, and dev/PM process. The archives go back to my first CS classes during college when I was first learning programming. I contribute to a few OSS projects and often work on my own projects, You can find my code on github.

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