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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Is it Okay to Delete First Account Created

    You can add a second account and with the GUI tools set it as an admin then remove the first and so on; you must have the second account added to the sudoers file etc. for it to work, it is a lot of...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Is it really worth it?

    +1, posting while frustrated is never a good thing. A link that may help you OP : http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1422475 Particularly the "Hardware Information" section down the page a bit...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Help please! what is this?

    That box will appear whenever you type on the keyboard but DON'T have a application selected (focused). The system sends your input here to point out you need to focus an application for the text you...
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    [ubuntu] Re: KDM login and ubuntu problem

    Good, I advise you not to. This narrows down what is happening to a fault launching unity from the kdm manager.

    Sorry I can't help further, more experienced/knowledgeable helpers will likely be...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Mouse has stopped working - help!

    Something you don't mention that may cause a cordless mouse to suddenly "become faulty" : Did you try replacing the batteries on the cordless mouse before testing the ps2 and usb cord mouse ?

    It...
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    [ubuntu] Re: sudo sensors-detect

    Just a quick check OP, were you looking for a directory called modules ? It is actually a text file not a folder, this is a mistake I also made, early on, assuming it was a folder.

    To check for...
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    [ubuntu] Re: KDM login and ubuntu problem

    OP, with KDM set as your default you should be able to select either a kde desktop or an ubuntu (unity) desktop from the kdm login screen. You don't need to use lightdm at all under normal...
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    [ubuntu] Re: evasi0n downgrade?

    No use to even try, you would be pointing it to an empty archive for Hardy Heron (8.04). I removed the last word "packages" in my browser window to see the folders for the archive, note the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu keyring: password incorrect

    You probably should look in your home folder. Show hidden files/folders and look in the .config folder for the evolution folder. Open it and see if any config files for mailnag are left over. Even...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu keyring: password incorrect

    That picture is so tiny I can't read anything. You need to attach a far larger image so the error can be seen, not just a thumbnail image.

    Or post "word for word" what the error is saying.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Solved prefix on zero reply threads

    Ah, yes, I didn't think of that possibility. I have seen one or two of such posts over the years now you mention it.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Solved prefix on zero reply threads

    Yeah, that is how I normally spot them now. You are right things have improved vastly on past times, I just seem to have hit a few in a row over a couple of days. Usually they are gone before more...
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    [SOLVED] Re: tcpeye for linux

    I'm not familiar with tcpeye or its functions but I did find this link with couple of alternatives, hope it helps. Cheers
    http://alternativeto.net/software/tcpeye/?platform=linux.
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    [SOLVED] Solved prefix on zero reply threads

    I've been noting an increase in spam threads with the [Solved] prefix with zero replies. I've hit a few in the last couple of days it seems.

    The latest one "How to install games in Mac book" sadly...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu keyring: password incorrect

    Can you take a screenshot of the popup and post it as an attachment here please?

    Knowing the exact wording will give a better indication of what is happening. I'm not sure if it is now asking for...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu keyring: password incorrect

    I'd suggest you remove the credentials in the keyring for the google account and reset up your google accounts in evolution. As mcduck notes you can see the keyring contents so my previous worry...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu keyring: password incorrect

    @ OP, this. Thanks mcduck.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu keyring: password incorrect

    This may not necessarily have anything to do with your log in password or keyring password, but with the stored credentials for email.
    Credentials (also containing passwords) are stored in the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu keyring: password incorrect

    Try opening dash and type in "Passwords and Keys" and open the keyring with it. This should give access to the stored credentials for the email. You can alter or delete the email details if in there...
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    Re: = does not work in boot menu

    Thanks grahammechanical, I wasn't actually aware of a sub menu with 14.04, my last Ubuntu install 12.04 still included the recovery in the main menu. Only sub menu I was aware of is the "older...
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    Re: = does not work in boot menu

    If you are ever missing the recovery options you actually can use a normal boot option, press "e" to edit the entry (like you tried in your 1st post originally), remove the "quiet" and "splash" from...
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    Re: = does not work in boot menu

    What version of Ubuntu are you using ? That tutorial you are following is way out of date. Note the OS version in the grub list shows 8.04 (Hardy Heron from April 2008). Newer versions of Ubuntu run...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Help with $PATH variable

    @ OP, follow ian-weisser's advice, mine is off the mark I now see. For one thing /usr/bin should already be in your path anyhow, I had the wrong idea and really don't have anywhere near the knowledge...
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    Re: Need authentication code

    No you don't need to reset the computer, just boot up the dvd, no password is needed just the enter button and choose use whole disk. You are overwriting whatever is on the device from the live dvd...
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    Re: Need authentication code

    The live dvd image has no password set you just press the enter button to access it.

    If this is a shop bought machine and a full installation, you should contact the store you brought it from for...
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