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    [ubuntu] Re: Japanese input

    No ideas? :(
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    [ubuntu] Japanese input

    In 8.10, there was a fairly easy way to install Japanese IME: you just had to go to Language Support, choose Japanese and tick "Enable support to enter complex characters". After that you just had to...
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    [ubuntu] Need player with keyframe navigation

    I'm looking for a media player that can skip between keyframes, like Media Player Classic does. For example, by pressing Shift+Right you can skip to the next keyframe.

    I'd like to know whether...
  4. Re: btnx: Send keyboard and mouse combination events with mouse buttons

    Does revoco work for anyone under 9.10?
  5. [other] Re: Repairing a RAR archive using files it contains

    There is no need for them in a torrent, as damaged pieces just get re-downloaded. However, no one has this piece in this case. What I need is basically to find out the compression settings used in...
  6. [other] Re: Repairing a RAR archive using files it contains

    No ideas?

    I only need to replace one piece (2MB) of a 1.26GB file. There must be a way to do this. Is there really no way to find out what compression method was used?
  7. [other] Re: Repairing a RAR archive using files it contains

    That's the problem. I don't know what compression was used. If there is some way to find out, I'd be happy to know.
  8. [other] Repairing a RAR archive using files it contains

    There is a torrent where everyone is stuck at 99.8%. It contains a RAR archive that extracts successfully except one file which falls on the broken torrent block.

    I have that file. In fact, I have...
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    Re: Will we see a deb package of FF 3 tonight?

    http://packages.ubuntu.com/intrepid/firefox-3.0

    Look at the version. Could it be Firefox 3 has been already released for Ubuntu testers? :)
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu sucks with MKV (I think)

    MPlayer uses its own codecs, right? If it's a codec problem, does it mean that the only programs that are able to support SSA are MPlayer derivatives?

    Not that I dislike MPlayer, it just makes my...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu sucks with MKV (I think)

    Whoa, that was easy. This option should have been enabled by default. :)

    Is SMPlayer the only with SSA/АSS support?
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    [ubuntu] Ubuntu sucks with MKV (I think)

    Let's face it, I have tried 8 different players with a particular file, and none of them was successful at rendering the three lines of subtitles in the opening song (Japanese + romanization +...
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    [ubuntu] Re: RealPlayer in FireFox

    Thanks a lot, now it works :D

    But there is a problem, it stalls while buffering. (at ~50%) If I click the Stop button it is impossible to continue buffering. Also, the "Copy URL" doesn't seem to...
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    [ubuntu] RealPlayer in FireFox

    Could anyone visit this page and try listening to any file using Firefox?

    I have installed RealPlayer using the .bin file, but FireFox refuses to play the audio files saying "Not yet supported" on...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Cannot upgrade to Hardy :(

    Have you added any third-party repositories? (Wine, Medibuntu, Skype etc)
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    [ubuntu] Re: Considering 32bit

    I have been using 64-bit Ubuntu for a month and the only problem was Skype requiring to add Medibuntu repositories...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Considering 32bit

    64-bit is faster for 64-bit applications (everything in repos, I suppose), but might give you problems with 32-bit applications (you will have you install 32-bit libraries etc.)
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    [ubuntu] Re: Best Offline Dictionary Viewer

    No suggestions? :(
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    [ubuntu] Best Offline Dictionary Viewer

    Now that StarDict is "dieing" (see its website) I would like to switch to a project which is in more active development.

    I would be grateful if anyone could point me to a good alternative to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: FF3 Must Die! :D

    If you can remove FF3 though Add/Remove, then it's all right. Flash is shared between browsers, as far as I know.
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    [kubuntu] Re: KDE 4 won't die...

    Just switch to GNOME :P

    Or if you like KDE3 this much, you could just completely remove all the packages starting with a "k" EXCEPT FOR klibc-utils and klogd, then install kubuntu-desktop...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Error while installing odf-converter-integrator

    You'll have to remove odf-converter first.
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    Re: Finding folders with a cerain file

    Thanks a lot for all your advices, I guess I'll stick with vanadium's code as it looks cleaner and easier :P
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    Re: Finding folders with a cerain file

    I have tried using */<filename>, but it gives me the filename together with the directory, but I only need the directory, is that possible?

    I want to create a script that would automatically...
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    Finding folders with a cerain file

    Here's the situation:

    There is a directory with lots of folders. In some of these folders, there is a certain file (say ABC). I want to make a shell script that would find folders with the ABC...
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