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    [ubuntu] Re: Network stopped working

    No, as I said before, I had my cell phone plugged into the USB during the time of using those commands. Thats why that poppedup

    I have Atlantic Broadband Cable.

    Shouldn't resolv.conf have my...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Network stopped working

    cat /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules

    SUBSYSTEM=="net", ACTION=="add", DRIVERS=="?*", ATTR{address}=="00:1a:a0:8a:b3:2b", ATTR{dev_id}=="0x0", ATTR{type}=="1", KERNEL=="eth*", NAME="eth0"...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Network stopped working

    The eth0 eth1 was my bad. When I plug my phone into charge, it runs as a modem. However when i take it out, it goes back to eth0. But it's like eth0 is non exsisting
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    [ubuntu] Network stopped working

    /etc/network/interfaces



    auto lo
    iface lo inet loopback

    auto eth0
    iface eth0 inet static
    address 192.168.1.120
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    Re: Noob python question

    Thank you :) I get it. It was a stupid mistake of mine in the beginning.
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    Noob python question

    I am trying to get the current user on the machine which I know I can get from os.system() but when I execute the command

    print 'Welcome %s' % (os.system('echo $USER'))

    I get this in return
    ...
  7. [other] External HDD FAT32 to NTFS with no data loss

    I have a 1TB External HD that at the time of purchasing was used with my PS3 which only allowed FAT32 HDs. But now I am using it for other uses. I have came across the problem of the file size limit...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Grub 2 problem

    Boot Info Script 0.55 dated February 15th, 2010

    ============================= Boot Info Summary: ==============================

    => Lilo is installed in the MBR of...
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    [ubuntu] Grub 2 problem

    My Grub 2 menu works fine except when I choose my Windows XP partition. It turns to a black screen then boots right back to the grub screen.

    Heres some files that may be helpful?
    Grub.cfg


    #...
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    [ubuntu] USB devices aren't working

    I just installed 10.04 LTS, everything going smooth and great, however just noticed when I plug a flash drive, or external hard drive into the USB ports it will not let me copy stuff onto it.


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    Java question relating to minimizing

    Ok, I have hit a slight problem in my newest project.
    I am trying to get it so the program will minimize and be placed in the tray.
    I have tried a few ways on doing so but I always end up with...
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    [ubuntu] Ubuntu Resize a movie

    I have this movie I recorded in HD, the file size it pretty big, and I want to resize it down to 320x240 for my phone. Is there a free way on Ubuntu to do this?
    Thanks
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    Java - getting NFL scores

    Is there an open-source way (in Java please), to read an NFL score tracker site (ESPN, Yahoo, ect) and gather a certain set of text (score).

    Or even just a pointer on how to do this. I am...
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    [kubuntu] Re: PHP5 is no-show, though installed

    Because you need php code to go inside a .php file :)
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    Re: A programmer's salary

    Wow this is extremely old topic. Don't know why it was even brought back.


    It really depends on your location, and experience. You can't expect to make 80,000 first year after college. It's gonna...
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    Re: Beginner PHP question

    Wow didn't know about file_put/get_contents... always just used fwrite, ect. Learn something new everyday lol
    :)
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    Re: Beginner PHP question

    $file = fopen('id.txt', 'a');
    while (!feof($file)) {
    $line = fgets($file);
    if(trim($line) != date("Y"))
    {
    $id = 0;
    }
    fwrite($file, str_replace($line, ' ', $id ....
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    [ubuntu] Re: Howto Hide Files inside JPGs -tweak hack?

    I believe it's done by this

    cat f1 f2 > f3
    f1 - jpeg
    f2 - archive

    A Image opener reads the file until the end of a JPEG source and a archiver searches through the file for the archive header...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Firefox running so slow

    Thanks will place SOLVED
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    [SOLVED] Firefox running so slow

    Every once in a while I boot up and Firefox runs extremely slow and buggy. Every 5 seconds it seems like it freezes and turns gray. It frustrates me so much. It seems like it lags behind a lot to...
  21. [SOLVED] Re: Way to find old files that have been replaced?

    Yeah, I use Eclipse. I've had this happen before, but never thought I'd be dumb enough again to loose another file :P.
    Thanks for reply
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    [ubuntu] Re: Quick question on Tux Smilies

    Are you talking about forum smilies like so:
    http://www.wcreplays.com/forums/images/smilies/smilie_tux.gif

    Only one I know of..
  23. [SOLVED] Way to find old files that have been replaced?

    Bah, it's late and I was doing some programming. I went to copy and paste some code and without looking before saving and quiting the program, it was wrong set of code!

    Is there any way to get...
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    Re: Ubuntu vs Kubuntu

    Ouch ><. Although I can't agree more so, if his system only meets the minimum requirements that Ubuntu requires, I'd suggest going the Kubuntu way. I've found Ubuntu can be very sluggish with minimum...
  25. [xubuntu] Re: Does Xubuntu take up less disk space than Ubuntu?

    To install Xubuntu, you need 1.5-2.0 GB of free space on your disk.
    You should be fine :)

    Bare minimum requirement for Ubuntu - 4 GB
    Recommended - 8 GB

    So yes it uses less disk space.
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