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I found help here:
I had this problem and clicking "check" worked. The funny thing is I'd tried some much more complicated methods first 8-[
Found out here
you simply type python2.6 in the terminal and then the filepath.
I need to know how to make a program use a version of python older than the newest one. I am trying to run the Traipse fork of OpenRPG. Through their forums, I have learned that one of my problems is...
None of the pogs, overlays, network menues, etc are showing up.
here is a screenshot of my data structure
To open it, you need to make it executable. To do that, right click, choose properties, then choose "make file executable as program"
I'm having trouble python-wxaddons is not in the repositories. Where should I get it?
Worked great thanks
I have the same game pad and it didn't work then I tried lhommemagique's fix and it worked. Thank You
Well, here it is nearly three years later. I struggled for a few days with the tiny screen, then decided I didn't care that much. I basically just decided that this ancient computer was too old for a...
I've got the same thing going on with the same card. Booting to the old kernel works. Here is the conversation I've been having:
That is what I am doing and will continue to do unless another idea presents itself. Thank you.
These were great, bigsmitty64. I have been using Ubuntu since Breezy and have liked some of the old backgrounds. Thanks for finding these for us.
If it is a firefox problem, there are other browsers. Epiphany and Chrome come to mind right away.
I tried the complete uninstallation and reinstallation of the kernel. It didn't change anything.
My graphics card is a 128MB NVIDIA GeForce 8300GS.
The non-working kernel was the generic kernel which ended in 24, I'd need to restart to see the rest of the numbers. I am booting to the one that...
When you turn on your computer, put your hand above the "Esc" key because you have to move fast.
During the boot sequence there is a point where it says:
Grub loading, please wait ...
I just used the update manager to update to the latest kernel. There were other updates there, but I can't remember what all they were.
Now the computer won't get beyond the splash screen. I...
The problem is now solved.
I filed a bug here:
I received this message from Mitch Towner:
So I do not think I have a "session menu." How do I get that?
I haven't posted the bug report yet because I wanted to see what worked. After I deleted the .conf file, I couldn't even get the client to start. Using synaptic I did a "complete remove" and got rid...
No, I am not using as root. I had to use root to delete the .conf file, but otherwise I am just a normal user.
Now it won't open from preferences at all.
And thank you for responding so quickly!