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    [ubuntu] Re: FYI on the nvidia drivers

    Directly from the nvidia site:

    Linux x86/IA32
    Latest Long Lived Branch version: 295.59
    Latest Short Lived Branch version: 302.17

    Currently using 295.40 which works fine. There is no reason...
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    [ubuntu] Re: List of User Added Programs?

    You can use
    dpkg --get-selections > apps.txt
    That will list ALL programs that have been installed and you can easily sift out the ones you want to install again. Please note that the file...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Trouble Booting & Reading Data from SSD

    The information on this URL may be of help to you:

    http://www.linuxtoday.com/it_management/2010022800535OSSWRL

    Good Luck.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Need Help With rm -rf command

    Sometimes you have to reboot to effect changes.
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    [kubuntu] Re: Trouble Booting & Reading Data from SSD

    No matter about the "h" parameter (h stands for human readable).

    The error message says that the disk is running out of space yet the latest figure you provided shows that the disk is hardly used....
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    [kubuntu] Re: Trouble Booting & Reading Data from SSD

    Assuming that you have your entire operating system on that drive with only one partition, you have installed too many programs.

    If you continue to do so you will end up with a black screen and...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Need Help With rm -rf command

    You have to use "sudo" otherwise the commands you put in will do nothing at all.

    To totally remove hplip:

    sudo rm -rf /usr/share/hplip
    sudo rm -rf /etc/hp
    sudo rm -rf ~/.hplip
    sudo rm -rf...
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    [gnome] Re: Replacing Unity by Gnome.

    Whether or not you want to use Unity or Cinnamon or MATE or Gnome-shell or whatever else is entirely up to the user. There is no need to change your operating system.

    My preference is for...
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    [ubuntu] Re: No GUI

    http://inx.maincontent.net/
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    [ubuntu] Re: Help with some small frustrations

    Since the switch from Gnome 2 to Gnome 3, many Linux users are experiencing frustration at not being able to do what used to be very simple customisations.

    There is no "effects" program entry.
    ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Help with some small frustrations

    ....and to restore Alt+F2, go to System Settings, Keyboard, open the Shortcuts tab, highlight System and follow the instructions given.
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    [ubuntu] Re: "Reformatting" Ubuntu

    You have got me there.

    You could try to create a partition on your existing hard drive and transfer your data to that partition. Just make sure that when you reinstall that you do not overwrite...
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    [all variants] Re: Eudora 1.0 OSE as default email client

    You are quite right about there being no choice to set which email program you prefer but that is of no consequence.

    I have not used Evolution for a long time but I have deleted the Evolution icon...
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    [SOLVED] Re: hjsplit for ubuntu

    1. Download the file - most likely it will end up in your "Downloads" folder.
    2. Right click on the file and select "Extract here" which will untar and uncompress the package and create a folder...
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    Re: GNU Grub version 1.98 not responding

    While the instructions given by oldfred are right on the button, they might be a bit bewildering for someone new to Linux.

    Here is a (possibly) simpler method for achieving the same result:
    ...
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    Re: Mission Statement discussion

    This is the only appropriate place to discuss the mission statement and I present the following:


    The Australian Ubuntu Local Community Team is a group of Ubuntu users united by a commitment to...
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    Re: Mission Statement discussion

    How long ago was that? Was it this year, the year before or beyond?

    I really think that it would be good idea to stop dwelling in the past and concentrate on the present.

    As to the mention of...
  18. [all variants] Re: accidently removed gnome and no available internet connection

    If you do not have a Live Squeeze CD to hand, then you will have to download the files you need from the internet.

    Squeeze has two inbuilt desktop managers. When the Login screen appears, press...
  19. [all variants] Re: accidently removed gnome and no available internet connection

    I am a bit unclear as to which distro you are using but would suggest that you get the files you need from your Live CD.

    Go to System, Administration, Software Sources and place a tick into the...
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    Re: Mission Statement discussion

    I agree with the sentiments expressed, however I disagree that that is what we are.

    Many times and by several members the proposal has been made to form localised groups only to have these...
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    Re: Mission Statement discussion

    Both sites, Canadian Team and New York Team, sum matters up very nicely.

    Bravo NY - "The team is a decentralized team that empowers local groups to hold events. We provide a common hub to share...
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    Re: Australian LoCo team Re-Approval

    At the risk of being accused of spamming this list ;), I feel that I must speak out and would like to request that future communications here are kept brief.

    Now that I have had the time to...
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    Re: Australian LoCo team Re-Approval

    Affirming membership registration on a yearly basis is what is required by the Linux Counter project among others and seems like an excellent way to keep the Australian Team Members List up to date....
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    Re: Australian LoCo team Re-Approval

    @paultag - Sometimes the urge to add yet another comment takes precedence over the nicety of "waiting for your turn". There is no need to gag a contributor. All positive contributions are welcome....
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    [ubuntu] Re: Weather for 10.04

    Then you will have to do some work.

    This URL might help: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WeatherIndicator/NewLocation
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