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  1. [ubuntu] Re: LTSP5: Installed Firefox as a local-app, how do I get Flash too?

    Hi, I had the same problem once, but every other time I've done it the local apps worked fine. I've written a howto that I think is a bit easier to follow than the one you used, although I borrow...
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    Re: bootable flashdrive

    You can do this yourself on any pc running windows or linux. Here is the page to explain how. It's free and simple.
    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/FromImgFiles

    Here's the page to...
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    [edubuntu] Re: Thin clients not showing up in TCM

    Sorry no idea, I don't actually use either one, but I do use LTSP. I would solicit the good fellows at the edubuntu users listserv:

    edubuntu-users@lists.ubuntu.com

    There are some developers...
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    [SOLVED] LTSP Resolution lts.conf problems

    For anyone having problems with different resolutions on different monitors in an LTSP setup the solution I found was to put:

    XRANDR_DISABLE = True
    in my lts.conf
    This disables xrandr trying to...
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    [edubuntu] Re: Thin clients not showing up in TCM

    I don't think thin client manager is supported anymore. I think italc took over. You can find out more at the edubuntu-users listserv. -joe
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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing on the Dell Mini 12

    /dev/sda1:
    Timing cached reads: 774 MB in 2.00 seconds = 386.89 MB/sec
    Timing buffered disk reads: 84 MB in 3.04 seconds = 27.65 MB/sec
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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing on the Dell Mini 12

    I posted a fix for this issue a little while ago. It's quite easy. Here you go:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1138099

    Good Luck! -joe
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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing on the Dell Mini 12

    I got it working too. Here's what I did:

    Installed jaunty UNR from ubuntu.com using .img file (.iso didn't work for some reason)
    Installed all updates with Update Manager
    Added repos from...
  9. [gnome] Re: 9.04 Jaunty Network Manager Applet default keyring locked problem

    Sorry, I haven't got any further steps for you. I assume you've tried disabling autologin and all that? What if you create a new user, does it still come up? You tried the fix that worked for me...
  10. [gnome] Re: 9.04 Jaunty Network Manager Applet default keyring locked problem

    Hmmm, it sounds like a problem with your hardware or something. Perhaps you corrupted your etc/network/interfaces file somehow? In any case you may be able to fix it by installing the old GNOME...
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    [ubuntu] Re: GUI Network manager - Ubuntu 9 Jaunty

    Nah, you can always fix it. If you installed Gnome Network Manager you will find it under one of the other menus, like System->Network or something. It is a pretty straightforward manager from what I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing on the Dell Mini 12

    Installed jaunty unr last night for my wife. She says it is snappier than hardy unr. The new notification system is nice.

    Everything seems to work out of the box except the GMA 500 display driver...
  13. [gnome] Re: 9.04 Jaunty Network Manager Applet default keyring locked problem

    i guess i have to reply to mark it as solved...
  14. [gnome] 9.04 Jaunty Network Manager Applet default keyring locked problem

    For anyone who had the same problem as me:

    In 9.04 UNR I had an account autologin but would then be prompted for a password with the following message:



    There are all kinds of fixes on the...
  15. Re: Replacements for Kidspiration and Accelerated Reader

    idk about AR but there are lots of free mindmapping sites out there. I like mindmeister.com and bubbl.us a lot. maybe they will work for you. -joe
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    Re: Middle School Ubuntu Lesson Plans

    Hi Josh, glad I can help out. I use Google Docs extensively, so no worries. In fact we use Google Apps here for both our staff and students. I also have implemented a fair amount of linux boxes here...
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    Re: Middle School Ubuntu Lesson Plans

    Hi Josh,

    My name is Joe and I'm also a teacher. I teach K-8 technology in San Diego and have been trying to learn Ubuntu and Linux better for about 2 years now. I use LTSP mostly so I'm not going...
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    Re: The Full Circle Gameathon!

    I've always enjoyed geosense, but kdice is my current fave. (I'm not sure if either is technically open source though).
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    Re: Where can I donate my company PCs?

    I WANT THEM!!!! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE can I have them? I don't care how many you have I will pick them up and everything. I meet all of your...
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    Re: Problems With Google Earth

    The bad news is you must use the terminal. The good news is that it is pretty easy. Check it out:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=542308
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    Re: Computer Lab and Applications

    1. Scribus
    2. kturtle
    3. clonezilla
    4. there's an app that basically manages thin clients like the built in one in edubuntu and does screen share and everything but I forget what it is called. If...
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    Re: Where's our LoCo Team?

    Sunny San Diego (discovered by the Germans in 1904, and of course in German means "a whale's vagina").
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    Re: LTSP training.

    The only thing I know of that is even close to what you are asking about is referenced here:
    http://www.ubuntu.com/news/ubuntucert

    Unfortunately it doesn't look like that's going to be up and...
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    Re: Computer Monitoring Software

    Well...I was lurking in the hopes that someone else would respond with some sage-like advice but since that hasn't happened I'll just tell you to check out iTalc and please let me know how it goes...
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    Re: Ubuntu in the classroom

    I looked into textbooks when I was first investigating Ubuntu and while there are a few out there by the usual suspects (just check the computers/programming section of your local bookstore) the best...
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