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    [all variants] Format External HD via Terminal

    I have an external HD - 1gb Toshiba USB 3.0 drive. I have no problems formatting it with Disk Utility to ext3/4, it formats very quickly, but if I choose ext2 it takes nearly 25 minutes. Any other...
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    [ubuntu] Re: moonlight install

    Is there any reason why you need moonlight installed? Microsoft has stopped development on SilverLight.
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    [ubuntu] Re: CDROM stops working regionset

    libdvdcss2 is just for decrypting the dvd to play. If you are using VLC to play dvds it bypasses the region encoding completely.


    @ omkarwagh - I suggest you put in a region 2 disk and use...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Update wrecked graphics.

    Perhaps a little more information might be helpful. What video card are you using? Are you using "restricted drivers"? Did you install the video driver from a third party source or repository?
  5. [SOLVED] Re: trying to get Lightscribe working on 64-bit

    If you're just after a simple labler, go to http://www.lightscribe.com/ and download the deb files for both the system software and simple-labeler.

    Copy them to a temporary folder or somewhere you...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to partition for JFS?

    You're very welcome. Hope it works out OK for you. If not, you know where to come back to ;-)
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to partition for JFS?

    You need to do a manual partition.

    You have 160gb ... how much you set up for root for the programs that you install is up to you.

    I can only suggest a partitioning scheme.

    / = 20gb
    /home =...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to partition for JFS?

    Is this for a new install or wish to format a new drive?

    If it's a new install you can select JFS from the file systems available or if it's to format a new drive you need to install gparted and...
  9. Re: taskbar clock: HOWTO set to display 24-hour mode?

    Sorry - didn't read the "netbook" part of the post title ...
  10. [ubuntu] Re: HDMI on GA-H55 Audio not working fully - 10.04

    Are you using the inbuilt gpu? If so you'll need to upgrade to 10.10 - the version of the intel driver (which has good hdmi support) which is included in 10.04 doesn't fully support clarkdale...
  11. [SOLVED] Re: mounting ntfs partition with chmod 755 permission

    You should try and install ntfs-config which will allow you to enable read/write permissions. And yes, you CANNOT set linux style permissions on an NTFS drive.

    Hope this helps.
  12. [ubuntu] Re: Core i5 with Integrated Graphics + Intel H55 Express Chipset

    Clarkdale (i5XX) graphics don't play nice with 10.04 - you need to use 10.10 which contains the latest version of the intel driver.
  13. Re: what are the chances of getting a linuxs virus?

    Clam (Klam) is only valuable if you receive "attachments" from windows machines and if you're going to send those attachments to other windows machines. Viruses as such can't run on a linux box as...
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    Re: Cant play Blu Ray Dvds through Front end

    Again - did you read the notes?



    ;-)
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    Re: Cant play Blu Ray Dvds through Front end

    Did you read the notes? You need to rip the blu-ray disk to a hard drive - there are instructions on playing the files once ripped.
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    Re: Cant play Blu Ray Dvds through Front end

    Do you mean a Blu-Ray disk? Currently there is no way to play Blu-Ray movies on linux without going through a heap of steps. DVD's should work fine.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Getting USB 3.0 running on 10.10

    Your welcome - hope you can find a fix for the problem.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Getting USB 3.0 running on 10.10

    I found this earlier post that might be of some help to you.

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=7387017
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    [ubuntu] Re: Getting USB 3.0 running on 10.10

    I did a bit of a google and came up with your motherboards pcie specs.

    One PCI-e x16 Gen 2 wired as x4
    Two PCI-e x16 Gen 2 slots wired as x8 (one is half length)
    Two PCI-e x16 Gen 2 graphics...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Getting USB 3.0 running on 10.10

    This is getting tricky ... hmmm ... I'd be ripping my hair out by now ... what motherboard do you have? You said earlier that your 8x slot was obscured by your video card, another 16x slot?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Getting USB 3.0 running on 10.10

    The drives you bought, have they been formatted yet? Are you using USB3 cables? Any extra info would help, there's no reason why the card and your drives shouldn't be working. Asus is a good brand,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Getting USB 3.0 running on 10.10

    The 16x shouldn't be a problem at all. What kind of transfer speed are you getting?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Getting USB 3.0 running on 10.10

    Which pcie slot did you put the card into? Do you have a 4x slot available?

    I have USB3 built into my motherboard - when I have my external (usb3 drive) connected and I open disk utility it says...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Multiple Users and a mounted internal hard drive

    This might work as it does for my external. It allows three of us to write to it.

    Substitute my name with yours. My external is called "removable", I'm sure you've made a name for your drive.

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  25. Thread: antivirus?

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    [ubuntu] Re: antivirus?

    Ubuntu (linux) is not Windows. It's unlikely that you'd ever get a virus from a website. The viruses themselves don't have permission to run on a linux machine.

    And as karthick87 suggested (these...
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