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    [ubuntu] Re: running public site from 12.04 desktop

    Taking a quick look, it appears you have everything set properly here to allow from all (see the "Allow from all" lines in the directory directives). That explains why it works for you already.
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  2. [ubuntu] Re: Apache sometimes lists directory contents instead of executing PHP

    Hi, there.

    This is a strange problem indeed and I haven't seen it before. The first thing that springs to mind is that maybe the request is not quite right. Have you checked the logs to see which...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Configuring OpenStack on Ubuntu 12.10

    Here are some instructions for any Googlers that arrive here like I did.

    https://github.com/mseknibilel/OpenStack-Folsom-Install-guide/blob/master/OpenStack_Folsom_Install_Guide_WebVersion.rst
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  4. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu running like crap. Considering Changing back to Windows

    2GB of RAM should be enough to get by, though your computer won't be fast (it shouldn't be as slow as it appears to be). Flash isn't that bad on Linux. It's totally usable and shouldn't grind a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: VPN troubles

    Hi, there.

    In order to help, we would need to know what type of VPN you are connecting to. Can you tell us that?

    You might be able to see error messages on the connection attempt by typing...
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    [ubuntu] Re: command line help

    Vaphell's reply shows a great fast way's to do the copy job example you mentioned. mv is the command to move files so if you wanted to move those files, substitute mv for cp.

    You can always use...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Cannot connect to www.google.com!!

    Ha. Pretty interesting problem! For us to help, it is very important to know exactly what happens when you can't fetch the site. Does it time out? Do you get any error messages? If so, what are the...
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    [kubuntu] Re: howto set webkit as default in konqueror?

    pritamps, try going into the Browser Identification section of Konqueror's configuration (Settings > Configure Konqueror > Browser Identification (in the left pane of that configuration window)....
  9. [ubuntu_studio] Re: Network cards are found but no internet

    Maybe try setting things up directly via wpa_supplicant.conf and see what happens.

    Configuration is actually really simple. Use this page for guidance:
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    [kde] Kmail / Kontact Line Spacing

    Hi. For some reason, Kmail now strips out all the blank lines in any e-mail messages I send out.

    For example, when I send a message containing:


    "This is a test.

    123

    hello"
  11. Re: Karmic + Grub2 + Encrypted LVM = Busybox Errors

    The impact on the performance actually is quite small on modern machines. I suspect most users would not notice a difference at all -- I certainly don't.

    If I remember correctly, the Phoronix...
  12. Re: Karmic + Grub2 + Encrypted LVM = Busybox Errors

    QBX, have you looked at this thread: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1267657 ? It may get you going. Of course, you have to unlock and mount your LVM volumes before doing the solution...
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    Re: Missing Features in Empathy

    There appears to be no support for Microsoft OCS/LCS in Empathy. This is a must for many corporate environments (I hate MS too but I need to be able to use this IM protocol for my job. Without it's...
  14. Re: Karmic + Grub2 + Encrypted LVM = Busybox Errors

    Hi. I had the same problem.

    Maybe this will be helpful to you: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=7966235#post7966235

    Following those instructions with some minor modifications will...
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    Re: Recent Karmic Update Causes Breakage

    Well. It's been a wild ride with this.

    I had almost everything on my messed drive backed up so getting the system working or at least what little data was there back was really just a test of...
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    Re: Recent Karmic Update Causes Breakage

    Okay I found something that might be of some help to fellow users of encrypted LVM.


    http://roderick-greening.blogspot.com/2009/09/recover-non-booting-linux-system.html

    Near the bottom there...
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    Re: Recent Karmic Update Causes Breakage

    Hi, everyone.

    Has anyone out there using encrypted LVM (full-disk encryption) successfully recovered from this issue?

    If so would you please, please post the steps you took to do so?

    I have...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Dell docking station monitor not working

    Hi, there. I'm not sure why but this seems to be an issue with the proprietary NVidia driver. Try disabling it in the System > Administration > Hardware Drivers utility. Then reboot the machine and...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: CPU constantly at 60% even though System Monitor/htop shows no programs using cpu

    Using top too, that's great. I see your usage is now at forty-something percent. Progress!


    Mike
  20. [ubuntu] Re: CPU constantly at 60% even though System Monitor/htop shows no programs using cpu

    Just saw your second screen shot there. X11R6 is X Window -- you need that. It looks like you do have quite a few things running. Maybe shut some of those down to see if you see any changes in X' CPU...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: CPU constantly at 60% even though System Monitor/htop shows no programs using cpu

    Hi,

    You can try the top utility in the command line to identify the process consuming CPU. Just type "top" (without quotes) in a command window to run it. Type "man top" to see the top...
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    [all variants] Re: Is Skype Spyware ?

    Nice work, momo. Guess we shouldn't be very surprised.

    I've never really used Skype so I'm not sure how it works but I wonder if you could sniff traffic from Skype to see if it's sending your...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Cron Job: How to copy to a windows share?

    xanimal, silly question: Why not just put this script in root's crontab?

    Another simple option is to only have the mounting of the drives in root's crontab and then have the unprivileged user run...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Opinions: Pure-FTP vs ProFTP

    It's true, most FTP servers are basically the same.

    Have you considered vsftp (http://vsftpd.beasts.org/)? I've used it in the past and found it to be quite good. I used it as an SFTP server with...
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    Re: Shuttle XPC K45 and Sleep

    So nobody out there is running one of these little boxes with Ubuntu and using sleep? Please let me know if you are -- it would be really helpful.

    By the way, I also tried adjusting some of the...
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