This works, thanks.
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This works, thanks.
I have installed Ubuntu 12.04 on my Sony Vaio and am getting some fairly excessive fan noise when running more processor-demanding tasks such as watching HD YouTube videos full-screen, Skyping, etc....
You could also try making a bootable USB stick
It may be worth burning it again at slowest speed to rule out disk/write errors(?) I've had problems with this in the past.
Also you could check md5sum of the iso to verify its integrity.
Did you turn down the write speed before burning?
It is kind of weird that you can select either at login. The difference seems to be pretty minimal:
You're welcome! I feel the same way about Unity.... You should know that installing xfce in this way will add some apps such as abiword. You might want to selectively remove them (if you prefer...
I was merely suggesting that it is possible to install the xfce desktop environment (or others) alongside the gnome DE.
Out of curiosity, why do you use separate partitions for xubuntu and ubuntu? You can install them side by side and just select which desktop environment you want to use at the login screen:...
Similar thread here
I had the same issue and fixed it by installing Linux Alsa driver modules which is suggested for "users having audio problems".
I'm not sure if this has been suggested or not but installing linux alsa driver modules from the PPA below resolved this problem for me on an ASUS 1215T
You can just right click compressed file-> extract here
List files in collection.tar:
Try something like this in the terminal
find ~/ -iname 'HPLIP-3.11.5.run'This ought to display the location of your file.
You should typically be able to choose the location that I file is...
Here you go: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-ckechIqW0
Estas usando wubi?
I have this same problem with Natty. You can circumvent it by watching veetle streams in vlc :D
To do this:
go to open network stream (in vlc) and type in ...
I will try to purge/reinstall when I get home, thanks.
Yes, I already have VLC and Amarok. I have used Rhythmbox/Totem (e.g. v10.10).
Running banshee from terminal produces no output. I have tried removal and reinstall.
Log from banshee --debug:
exec -a banshee mono /usr/lib/banshee/Banshee.exe --redirect-log...
Do you have 64 bit OS?
I am not 100% clear on what you mean here. Is it that your connection is not automatically being established on reboot?
If so, then just right-click on your network icon, hit edit connection >...