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  1. Re: Python: array.tofile(sys.stdout) is reversing my bytes for no good reason

    Ah, I hadn't thought that hexdump would do a big-endian reinterpretation of binary files by default. My mistake.

    Thank you so much!
  2. Python: array.tofile(sys.stdout) is reversing my bytes for no good reason

    Hey guys. I have a python script that looks generally like this:


    bytearray = array.array('B')

    # (In here is code that adds stuff to the bytearray.
    # It's not important for this post, I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Unable to Install Ubuntu 8.04 or 8.10

    Mark Phelps has the right idea here. I ran Ubuntu on a laptop which had 512 MB of RAM, but the motherboard reserved something like 128 MB of it for the video card. With the 384 MB remaining, I...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu crashes right after booting because of my soundcard(Creative SoundblasterL

    Creative's SB Live! cards are notoriously bad with Ubuntu and Debian, see, for example, this page:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=161817&page=2

    This is the first that I've heard of a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Alternate install CD?

    Oh, also:

    (1) Use the normal CD, not the alternate install CD. The alternate installer is text based, which isn't very easy on the eyes. Also, (and this is much more important) the normal CD lets...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Alternate install CD?

    If Ubuntu ever tells you that you don't have the right rights, you can usually sudo around it on the command line.

    The easiest scenario right now is if all of your /home folder is on a separate...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Alternate install CD?

    You can upgrade a version of Ubuntu without losing apps and files without using a CD.

    Details here:
    http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/upgrading
  8. [ubuntu] Whole Drive Encryption on a USB thumbdrive?

    Hi guys. I want to install Ubuntu on a USB drive, and the normal recommendation for this is to use the usb-creator package on the normal CD. But I want to also do whole-drive encryption, preferably...
  9. [gnome] Re: mount, ssh, who, and multiple users: a simple question.

    (Just in case someone googles this thread or something, I never got an answer to my question. So I did the next best thing: used chmod to make myself the only one able to read/write/perform directory...
  10. [gnome] mount, ssh, who, and multiple users: a simple question.

    Hi. I've got a remote computer running Ubuntu, which I can log into with ssh. One of its drives is encrypted, and holds useful files that I'll probably transfer with sftp. However, there is a catch:...
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