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    [all variants] Re: UPnP CLI client

    If source code is not a problem, see here:
    http://burtonini.com/bzr/gupnp-demos/

    create-port-mapping should do what you want or you should be able to modify it to your liking. If you do add...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Noob UPNP questions

    I think neither of the upnp-plugins for rhythmbox allow remote control, they're just mediaservers/contentdirectories at the moment.

    This may interest you:...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Noob UPNP questions

    Oh yes, this is one the promises of UPnP that unfortunately hasn't realised fully (not too many devices available). There are three parts in a typical upnp av-system: Mediarenderer, Mediaserver...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Detecting tv tuner

    That lspci output looks fine to me. dmesg may tell you something new, this is what I have:


    [17179578.528000] saa7146: register extension 'budget_ci dvb'.
    [17179578.528000] ACPI: PCI Interrupt...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Digital TV Tuner card, what to buy

    jelofson, that's an NTSC card and UK uses DVB just like the rest of Europe.
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    [kubuntu] Re: Digital TV Tuner card, what to buy

    I'm on cable myself (and my tuners are a couple of years old, so probably not as good as newer ones), so I won't give hw advice. linuxtv.org is a good place to go though, you'll get new drivers there...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Re-add NetworkManager applet?

    nm-applet is not a panel applet, confusingly. nm-applet puts an icon to Notification area, so that's probably what you are missing -- try adding that into panel.
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    [ubuntu] Re: is it ok

    No. Your options are
    1) upgrade to 7.10, upgrade to 8.04
    2) install 8.04 from scratch
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    Re: a better way to compile?

    You're right, a developer should do it, and for you the path of least work is just finding out the dependencies and installing them: configure (or configure.am for autotools) needs to be written, not...
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    Re: a better way to compile?

    Well, you're having trouble getting the source to build on a new machine... that's a pretty good indication it does need a configure script. A well written (or autotools generated) configure file...
  11. Re: Update connection manager static ips

    ah, thanks for setting me straight (I shouldn't comment on Windows stuff, it's been a few years...)
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    Re: a better way to compile?

    Better solution than what? Debian packaging takes care of build dependency handling, and so do configure scripts to some extent -- they're not perfect solutions but they do work... what exactly is...
  13. Re: Update connection manager static ips

    abrianb, I don't mean to irritate, but are you 100% sure you need multiple IPs? I cannot think of a single situation where a single IP would not give you an internet connection but five would...

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    Re: What keeps Canonical going?

    MySQL definitely does not have $200M revenue. If it had, the price might have been somehow understandable... Also, most of their business is selling the commercial version, not support.
  15. Re: Update connection manager static ips

    st4rdr1ft3r, the point wasn't that it couldn't be done. The point was that it sounds like multiple IPs probably isn't what the OP actually wants -- they're definitely not a requirement to getting e...
  16. Re: Update connection manager static ips

    Abrianb, a computer can (normally) only have one IP address at a time... So that doesn't really make sense.
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    Re: Start and Stop program

    Plain killing may work, but the right way to do something like this is to use start_stop_daemon with PIDFILE -- take a look at just about any startup script in /etc/init.d (hal should be a good...
  18. Re: Who is Sponsoring the Work? Where are you, Canonical?

    RH has over 2000 employees so it's still in another league compared to Canonical...
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    Poll: Re: Replace Network Manager with WICD

    I wish that was well-supported, but unfortunately the driver is quite new (at least we don't have to live with ipw3945 anymore). The good thing is that development seems to be quite rapid:...
  20. Re: disabling login every 1800 seconds on phpmyadmin

    without knowing anything about php or phpmyadmin, I'd say that line sets cookie lifetime to exactly 30 minutes... Why don't you try a larger number?
  21. Re: Where do I put a mainloop in a PyGTK application?

    Normally you don't write the loop yourself. You use gtk or glib mainloop and set a timeout that starts your check_email function every X minutes.

    pseudo_code (I'm not familiar with pygtk so this...
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    Poll: Re: Why isn't WICD the default instead of NetworkManager

    so you decided it's terrible with a sample size of one? Personally, I tried wicd once and ended up without any connection and no clue how to fix it, but I'm not claiming wicd is terrible... It just...
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    Re: C# and Mono

    Out of date? Mono 1.2.5 was released just two weeks before Ubuntu 7.10 was released. By the mono release Ubuntu was already far in feature freeze, when new versions are no longer pushed in. So Ubuntu...
  24. Re: Automatically relaunch a closed program (in KDE)

    No need for C, just a bit of shell script:


    #!/bin/sh

    while (true) do
    program_you_want_to_run
    done
  25. Re: Bash script arguments / options

    script name is $0, and arguments are $1, $2, $3....
    $* = all arguments, $# = number of arguments


    jku@vili:~$ cat test.sh
    echo $#
    echo $*
    echo $2
    jku@vili:~$ ./test.sh a b c
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