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    [xubuntu] Re: Unexpected, sudden shutdowns

    Finally came around to running memtest86+
    Comes back clean. So RAM is OK.
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    [xubuntu] Re: Unexpected, sudden shutdowns

    Now GRUB won't load. It says its loading but boots straight through to the OS. That's just effing great :frown: I'll try and sort things out. I'll be back with any news after the weekend.

    So far...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Unexpected, sudden shutdowns

    Yep

    I use psensor which is a graphical frontend to lm-sensors and while the system heats up quite a bit, its all within acceptable limits.
    CPU ~ 85ºC; Motherboard ~ 35ºC; GPU ~ 56ºC
    Physically...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Unexpected, sudden shutdowns

    pqwoerituytrueiwoq, Hi

    How would I go about running memtest86+? Is that a program? Typing it into the console brings up nothing, not even the "...isn't installed, use apt-get..." message.
    ...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Unexpected, sudden shutdowns

    Hi Bashing-om,

    I've been observing memory quite closely, but that doesn't seem to be the problem. I'll use quite a lot, upwards of 7GB of the 8GB available, but swap usage is 0. Could that...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Unexpected, sudden shutdowns

    bump
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    [xubuntu] Unexpected, sudden shutdowns

    Lately my machine has been unexpectedly shutting down. Shutdowns are sudden and complete.

    After looking around on the 'Net a bit, I thought I might have a thermal problem, but I've ruled that out....
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    Adding Visualizations to VLC

    Does anyone know how to do this in Linux?

    I installed VLC 2.1.6 from the Software Center and thought I'd like to add visualizations. Following this advice (vlchelp.com) I got...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: Yet another string extraction problem with sed

    Yep, that nailed it! Thanks! So now I have three solutions to my problem... decisions ;-)
  10. [SOLVED] Re: Yet another string extraction problem with sed

    Good! This also works. Thanks a ton!


    For some reason this doesn't stop at the quotation mark, but gets me the rest of the string, too.
  11. [SOLVED] Re: Yet another string extraction problem with sed

    Awesome, Lars! That does the job. Thanks!
  12. [SOLVED] Re: Yet another string extraction problem with sed

    oops, duplicate post.. sorry
  13. [SOLVED] Re: Yet another string extraction problem with sed

    Good start :-) but the string I want ends with " and not /.
    Your solution gets me the bit from the 13th slash - which is what I want - till the next slash - which gets me too much
  14. [SOLVED] Yet another string extraction problem with sed

    This kind of question has been asked and answered quite a lot, but I just cant wrap my head around it, so please bear with me.

    I have this chunk of text (html source code) I want to sift through...
  15. [SOLVED] Re: Simple way to add arrows & text to JPG images?

    Shutter is good for this. Its a screenshot tool, really, but its got a nifty little editor built in that does exactly what you're looking for.
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    [xubuntu] Re: Setting window positions with wmctrl

    I played around with Awesome a while ago. Perhaps its time to give it another go.



    Had a quick look at that, too. But it doesn't seem to be what I'm looking for. I want a command to bring up...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Setting window positions with wmctrl

    Sure, here's screenshot of what I'm trying to do:

    Left two windows go on one screen. The right window goes on another.

    259840

    Here's an example script I'm using:


    #!/bin/bash
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    [xubuntu] Re: Setting window positions with wmctrl

    kerry_s: Yes, I had the suspicion there may be a conflict there somewhere, but it seems wmctrl still looses out after applying your tweak.
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    [xubuntu] Setting window positions with wmctrl

    This is on Xubuntu 14.04.1 LTS

    I'm trying to automate certain aspects of my work setup, where I use several different apps and want them distributed over my screen real estate in a certain way.
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    [SOLVED] Re: need help with permissions on shared files

    That's why I suggested using 'sudo...'

    You should be prompted for your password and then the command ist executed as root.
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    [SOLVED] Re: need help with permissions on shared files

    If the problem is due to ownership you can go to a terminal and type:

    (The following changes ownership of all files in a directory, substitute /directoryname for filename if you want to do this...
  22. Thread: SNMPD error

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    Re: SNMPD error

    Does this thread help?: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2019175
  23. Re: Cómo configurar monitor Ubuntu 14.04 a escala de grises

    He buscado un poco y he encontrado esto:

    http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/125257/how-can-i-make-the-screen-black-and-white

    Pero está en inglés...

    Suerte.
    Tx
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    [xubuntu] Deleting on Desktop Suffers Delays

    This is on Xubuntu 14.04

    If I select a file or directory on the desktop and want to dump it into the trash bin using the [DELETE] key, the operation will take like 15-20 seconds to complete and it...
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    Re: Domain Shared Folder

    As it says in the error message, it seems you don't have permission to create a share in the directory in question. Try creating a folder in your home directory and share that.
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