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    [ubuntu] Re: general problems

    Lot of issues here. Just to pick one out to get started, I found this post at a forum at Lenovo's website:...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing Graphics Drivers Help

    I would guess that the reason you see all the files from Windows is that Ubuntu has mounted your Windows partition. If I have that right, it's not a copy and you'll be sad if you delete it. If you...
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    Re: ubuntu 12.10 low disk space

    I guess the first thing to do is figure out where the space has gone.

    Here's a line I find useful for investigating this kind of question:

    cd /
    du -k | sort -n

    This gives you a list of all...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: what is the command to remove a directory ?

    That second line "rmdir /dirName" is not necessary (the first line has already removed it) and not correct (the directory is not necessarily in /).
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    Re: 163 GB data at 4.7 GB DVD

    That screen shot appears to be from Windows, not Ubuntu. Am I missing something?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Disable Suspend and Hibernate Options

    If you wound up here looking to the answer, as I did: It appears that the format of the polkit files has changed since this thread was written, and this will no longer work. To get a solution that...
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    [SOLVED] Re: How can I run csh in terminal?

    The Linux kernel is indeed written in C, but csh is not, in spite of its name, scripted in C. So you won't learn anything about C programming writing csh scripts.
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    [SOLVED] Re: How can I run csh in terminal?

    Two things I'd add to the above:

    1. Both bash and csh distinguish "login shells" from plain shells -- without getting into too many boring details, if you want to see the "login shell" version of...
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 12.04 Wireless internet problems

    I googled "xmas port scan" and from the stuff I read, I gather that 1) you are using a D-Link router, 2) the message is meaningless, and therefore 3) it has nothing to do with your problem.

    Maybe...
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    [all variants] Re: bash script - "grep | expr"

    I'm slightly concerned about the "more" in line 9. I'm not sure what "more" does in this context -- I think you wanted "cat". And grep doesn't need to read from stdin, so the line could be
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    [kubuntu] Re: Problem copying data to a USB drive

    I'm running low on ideas, but I do wonder if you have anything else plugged into another USB port when you're experiencing a slow USB copy. If so, you might trying unplugging the other things and...
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    [all variants] Re: bash script - "grep | expr"

    I believe this works in either csh or bash:

    expr `/home/usr/.config/queue.22876 | grep -c /pool1/` / 3

    And I don't see any need to escape the /.
  13. [SOLVED] Re: Cron messages without cron installed ???

    What do you have in /etc/cron.daily, /etc/cron.weekly, and /etc/cron.monthly?
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    [kubuntu] Re: Problem copying data to a USB drive

    What you say about the USB drive makes me suspect that the drive has a hardware problem. During the copy you might try "tail /var/log/syslog" and see if you're logging any complaints about the drive....
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    [ubuntu] Re: time is wrong

    I'm a bit confused at this point. What do you get from "cat /etc/timezone"?
  16. [SOLVED] Re: All my /home/* folders are owned by root!

    Well, now I've learned something. I've always used user.group running chown, but I just did a "man chown" and it says you specify it as user:group. So apparently they both work. And just as...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Conky error: can't open '/sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp':

    My best guess is that your hardware has no temperature sensor -- or at least none recognized by any driver you have installed.

    I would run "sudo sensors-detect". If you don't have sensors-detect,...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Conky error: can't open '/sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp':

    A few questions.
    1. Do you have /sys?
    2. Do you have /sys/class/thermal?
    3. What is in your /sys/class/thermal?
  19. [ubuntu] Re: What are the best softwares to show the temperatures of my hardware?

    Yeah, 100 C sounds way too hot, but it also sounds like a suspiciously round number, like something is just not working. I would try looking in /proc/acpi/thermal_zone. There should be one or more...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Setting up home file server

    I see what you mean. Yes, belay that "samba4". I think the package you want is "samba".
  21. [ubuntu] Re: My DVD of Jesus Christ Superstar came with digital download offer, software not w

    Here's a guess. The download may involve Windows Media Player DRM, and I believe I've heard that WMP's license handling software has been carefully designed by Microsoft to not work under wine....
  22. [ubuntu] Re: What are the best softwares to show the temperatures of my hardware?

    That's odd. How different? I mean, are we talking a degree different, or something substantial? And what pieces of software were giving you these different numbers?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Setting up home file server

    OK, so the answer to your original question is, yes, you can do this with ubuntu desktop. You need to install and configure samba, which implements shared folders for Windows machines. (And if I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Setting up home file server

    Not clear what services you want your server to provide. You mention sharing files -- did you want to share files with Windows machines, in which case you want SMB, or share files with Apples, in...
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    Re: Shockwave

    To expand on that prefix thing a bit, when I did it I had to set WINEPREFIX to $HOME/.local/share/wineprefixes/firefox35
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