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    Re: Seeking some advice

    I think you will probably grow to understand OOP more as you use it more, but just using an object oriented language isn't necessarily going to force you to use object oriented concepts depending on...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How-to recover a lost partition

    Even if he has been using Ubuntu, though, I find it unlikely it has already been writing data onto the other partition if it wasn't the first partition on the disk.... but come to think of it there...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How-to recover a lost partition

    If you haven't written any data over the partition since it was lost, it shouldn't be difficult to get it back. There are a lot of different partition and data recovery tools. I have never had to...
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    Re: Wine issues to noob

    Are you saying that you are trying to open music and pictures with Wine, or are you saying you are trying to navigate to those folders with a program that you are running in Wine?
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Compiz, Open Office, Fonts, Window Shade ...

    Are you sure it's something that is being caused by compiz? Have you tried disabling compiz to see if the problem continues? In case you don't know how to do that, just right click your desktop and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wanting to set display defaults in terminal

    I have done this to myself more times than I care to remember and every single time I have to do some reading to figure out how to fix it. I have never done dual displays so I can't really help you...
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    [SOLVED] Re: how to ssh into xxx.xxx.x.xx?

    I assume the default ssh client installed with Ubuntu is openSSH. I don't remember whether I had to install openSSH after I installed Ubuntu or if it was the default. Just to be safe though, it may...
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    Re: Seeking some advice

    If you are looking for books that really explain why you do things in a language, I have found that the "Absolute" series of programming books are great in that respect. I learned C++ from "Absolute...
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    [SOLVED] Re: how to ssh into xxx.xxx.x.xx?

    The easiest solution is to just connect to xxx.xxx.00x.0xx

    If you add 0s to the front of any of the numbers that are under 3 digits so that they are 3 digits, it's still the same IP address. If...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Upgrade to 10.10?

    Considering he is using the version that was released just over 6 months ago and is willing to update to a newer version, my guess is that he doesn't mind updating to the newer version every 6...
  11. Re: What distro "just works" the best, from an administration point of view.

    It sounds to me like you know a little more than you were originally letting on and you do have a fairly good idea of what you are looking for. If that is the case and you have already done research...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Sound Options 10.10

    The sound options used to be much more customizable, but it seems they have decided to make it a little harder on you if you want to change the individual sounds instead of using a theme. I found...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Zero Internet Connection with 10.10 via IPv6

    Just curious, but do you have a very compelling reason to be using IPv6 to begin with? I know this isn't really answering your question at all, but if you can get by with IPv4 I don't see why you...
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    Re: Ubuntu Netbook 10.10

    I have heard very few people say positive things about their experiences using the upgrader to install new releases of Ubuntu. There is probably an easy fix for this specific problem, but I can't...
  15. Thread: Jar Files [?]

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    [SOLVED] Re: Jar Files [?]

    Sorry if the whole changing your directory and then running the command thing confused you. That just seemed like an easier way to explain it to a new user. The single line command you were given...
  16. [ubuntu] Re: How to start a non-terminating process in terminal window?

    Interesting. I might have to read up on that a little bit. This knowledge should be really helpful to me, since I have been having issues with getting a server to run some programs in the...
  17. Re: What distro "just works" the best, from an administration point of view.

    Keep in mind that the OP asked for more detail than just the name of a distro. It would probably be more helpful if you would list your reasons for why you think that is the best choice.

    I'm sure...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: How to start a non-terminating process in terminal window?

    Ah, that's really nice to know. Do you know if this command actually runs the program as though it is a daemon where you can use the stop command to end the process? For example could you:

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  19. Re: What distro "just works" the best, from an administration point of view.

    I agree with cariboo on the point that it doesn't really matter what distro you use. As a few others have already said, when you ask this question all you really get is the reasons why a specific...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: How to start a non-terminating process in terminal window?

    A process that runs in the background even after you have closed the terminal window is known as a daemon. If you want to learn how to do this it would probably be good to read a bit on how daemons...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to adapt it to a new graphics env?

    I agree that changing to generic drivers would probably be a good decision, although even if you didn't do this before moving the drive, you could always boot into recovery mode and do it there.

    I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Is there a way to unstall Python 2.7?

    Good point. My system seems to be running 2.6 by default. Did you install 2.7 on your own? If not you could already be running 2.6.

    (I'm not trying to suggest you aren't smart enough to know...
  23. Thread: Jar Files [?]

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    [SOLVED] Re: Jar Files [?]

    You can save the file anywhere you want. It serves basically the same function as an exe file in Windows. You just have to run it from the location where you saved it. Anywhere in your home...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Internet won't work?

    I'm not really sure what could cause this sort of problem in Ubuntu, but the first thing I would do if this happened to me is check out my networking equipment. Make sure the modem and router are...
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    [ubuntu] Live CD environment has some issues

    Has anyone other than me had problems getting the installer to boot into the live environment so that the install process can start? This is the second release in a row that I have had an issue like...
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