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    [ubuntu] Re: Unmount a WIFI USB

    Thankyou 2hot6ft2,

    I will try your suggestion when my WIFI drops out next.

    In the meantime, I've made a little discovery in that when my WIFI drops out, I can
    1. Kill nm-applet from system...
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    [ubuntu] Unmount a WIFI USB

    Hello forum,

    does anyone know how to unmount a wifi usb.

    When I use lsusb, I get:

    Bus 001 Device 004: ID 0846:4240 NetGear, Inc. WG111 WiFi (v2)
    Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux...
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    Re: Python TarFile.add question

    Absolutely brilliant - thanks heaps.

    I was looking at something along the lines of

    for filename in os.listdir('/dirx'):
    return filename

    but that was not getting me anywhere. Your...
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    Re: Python TarFile.add question

    unutbu,

    That works really well. I can even add extra filters with something like :
    return filename.endswith('~') or filename.endswith('mp3').

    Any ideas how to exclude whole directories,...
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    Solved Re: Python TarFile.add question

    Much appreciated - thank you very much.
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    Python TarFile.add question

    Hello Forum,

    Does anyone know the format that the exclude function takes in the Python TarFile.add as shown:

    TarFile.add(name, arcname=None, recursive=True, exclude=None)

    The documentation...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Automount internal drive

    Hello,

    Just googled for this very question - great answer, worked like a treat. Thanks
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    [ubuntu] Solved: Good reason to leave linux - WPA, wirelss

    hello forum,

    My Ubuntu is now back on-line.

    I tried the LiveCD of 9.04, and to my surprise it recognized the WG111 out of the box, and connected with WPA. I left it run for a few hours, and it...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Good reason to leave linux - WPA, wirelss

    Thnakyou bruno9779, and goodvikings,

    Yes, OK, probably a bit rude - I'm frustrated by my lack of ability in getting the wireless internet working. No execuse, I know.

    In actual fact, I have...
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    [ubuntu] Good reason to leave linux - WPA, wirelss

    Hello,forum,

    I made a post (twice) in the last day to which I received no help -thanks.

    I had my wireless working (WG111-V2 USB stick) using ndiswrapper, under 8.04. I wanted to up my...
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    [ubuntu] Re: WG111, ndiswrapper, and WPA

    Hello Forum
    I could really use your help!!!

    Since my last post, I've changed the interfaces and supplicant.conf a little:

    /etc/network/interfaces

    auto lo
    iface lo inet loopback
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    [ubuntu] WG111, ndiswrapper, and WPA

    Hello forum,
    Sometimes the saying "if it ain't broke don't fix it" rungs true.

    I had my 8.04 with a WG111 wireless USB adaptor connecting to my dlink wireless router using the ndiswrapper, and...
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    Re: Newbie with wxpython

    Thanks for that,

    yes, i needed to put the self in the statement. Also, in looking round, noticed that self.<name>.GetValue() would retrieve the value from the wx.textctrl, and that GetValue is...
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    Newbie with wxpython

    Hi,
    I'm wondering whether anyone can assist with code correction. I'm trying to teach myself python/wxpython.

    I've got some basic python code working, and am wanting some GUI around it.
    ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: ndiswrapper and network manager conflict

    Hi, all

    I seem to have resolved the conflict.

    After reading
    http://ge.ubuntuforums.com/showthread.php?t=885847
    it seemed that I was not alone in having a conflict.

    I thought I had...
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    [ubuntu] ndiswrapper and network manager conflict

    Hi all,

    I recently upgraded from 7.04 to 8.04. Previously, my WG111 (v2) wireless USB dongle was working well using the ndiswrapper.

    With 8.04, out of the box, it occasionally connects (but no...
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    [ubuntu] Terminal Services for Ubuntu Desktop ?

    Hi,

    I hope I've chosen the right post for the question.

    I'm running 8.04 desktop version, and am wondering if there is an install that can give the PC "Terminal Server" like properties, as with...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 8.04 Invisible on network

    Hi,

    Again thanks for the reply.

    Before your last reply, I released my ip address, and then renewed it from the command prompt:
    sudo dhclient -r
    sudo dhclient

    The acquired address seemed no...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 8.04 Invisible on network

    Hi,

    Thanks for the reply.

    There is no info in the tables that I can see (out put below)

    Chain Input (Policy Accept)
    Target prot opt source destination

    Chain Forward (Policy Accept)
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    [ubuntu] 8.04 Invisible on network

    Hello All,

    I'm wondering if anyone might be able to help.

    I'm using 8.04 , and am generally happy. It is in a wired network situation set to roaming. I have internet access working.
    ...
  21. Thread: xml web menu

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    Re: xml web menu

    Hello,

    Just an update on what I've found-

    Its not quite XML, but the configuration for the site all resides in a file.

    http://www.smartmenus.org/

    offer a site menu builder, which is free...
  22. Thread: xml web menu

    by tjpren
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    Re: xml web menu

    Hello Samhain13,

    I've had a look at your suggestion and your website - very impressive. Your way above me, however in the programming stakes.

    Your idea is similar to what I've been looking for...
  23. Thread: xml web menu

    by tjpren
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    xml web menu

    Hi,

    I'm wondering if anyone has a link, or good open source code they are willing to share for web page navigation, preferably with an xml file containing the links.

    I've found several...
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    Re: Web Application Development Environment

    Hi,
    Thanks for the reply.

    I suppose where I am coming from is what I am familiar with - Windows and VB. Its basically all I have known, however, I'm wanting to broaden my horizons - hence my...
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    Terminal Server or equivalent

    Hi,
    I hope this is the correct forum - apologies if its the wrong one.

    I'm investigating whether Linux-Ubuntu has an equivalent to Windows Terminal Services.

    I'm looking at running windows...
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