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    [ubuntu] How to change some starting screens

    I am dual booting Win7 and Ubuntu. I want to change some appearances when I start the computer. Here is what I have now. I will use NS to describe a black window that is more like a no signal black...
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    [ubuntu] Dependancies not found

    While installing farsight I get this message...
    error: Package requirements ( pygobject-2.0 >= 2.12.0 gst-python-0.10 >= 0.10.10 ) were not met: Consider adjusting the PKG_CONFIG_PATH...
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    [ubuntu] Re: pygtk install issues

    Sorry, I figured it out.
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    [ubuntu] pygtk install issues

    While installing pygtk I got this message...

    configure: error: conditional "HAVE_GTK_2_16" was never defined.
    Usually this means the macro was only invoked conditionally.

    I'm at a loss. First...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Synaptic not seeing repos

    Which is seemingly easier said than done...heheh
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    [ubuntu] Re: Synaptic not seeing repos

    Well for starters, python-gobject-dev_2.20.0-1_all.deb. Discovered I needed the gpg keys..getting them now.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Synaptic not seeing repos

    mushwars Here's the file. And as I said you can see lines 48 & 49 in System/Administration/Software Sources/Other Software. Makes no sense to me??

    deb cdrom:[Ubuntu 9.10 _Karmic Koala_ - Release...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Synaptic not seeing repos

    mushwars Already tried that. apt-get update only updates repos it sees. It doesn't seem to see my new ones...sigh
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    [ubuntu] Synaptic not seeing repos

    I have 2 new repos that are listed in my sources.list file. They are also visible in System/Administration/Software Sources/Other Software. However, they are not visible under the Origins tab in...
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    [ubuntu] issue opening hplip device manager

    My HP2110 printer works fine, the features I can get to work that is. Running under ubuntu some of the buttons on the printer don't work. Up till now that has not been an issue as I scanned from the...
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    [ubuntu] A problem with Gizmod

    I am trying to map mouse buttons to the keyboard. Below is the file I am editing to do so. Sad to say, it is not working. I think my problem is not in the Python syntax, I think it is in the...
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    [ubuntu] Karmic wireless(?) issue

    I know there are several postings on this issue, but mine seems a bit different. I have a clean install of 9.10 which includes FF 3.5.

    When running 9.04 with FF 3.0 I had no issues. Now, my ping...
  13. [ubuntu] Re: Keyboard remap: Backspace and caps lock switch

    You have to "remove" Caps_Lock from the modifier table to make your changes. You can then add it back. And you can set, for instance Keycode = symbol symbol symbol symbol. Where the first symbol is...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Changing Key Function

    From the xmodmap manual:

    Hope this helps.
    aa
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    [ubuntu] Re: Key reprogramming

    It is because the menu key isn't associated with a modifier, at least not alt. Look at your .xmodmap file. Notice the second item for keycode 135 is NoSymbol. That means that with one modifier...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Modifying XF86 buttons

    And there-in lies the story. LOL. I too can't figure out where the files are. I was under the impression, though, that nautilus was just a file manager.

    As to why would one even do that?? Those...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Modifying XF86 buttons

    OK, I am not confused, I am just not stating my issues clearly. I used poor examples. Through keyboard shortcuts, and preferred apps I have XF86Tools launching Rhythmbox, XF86Mail launching Zimbra,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Modifying XF86 buttons

    In System > Preferences > Keyboard Shortcuts you can change the keybindings for an action i.e. <CTRL> + c to launch calculator rather than XF86Calculator. However it still launches the same...
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    [ubuntu] Modifying XF86 buttons

    I am running Jaunty on an HP laptop, using a USB keyboard. I have a lot of mods to my xmodmap that I am making. Changing mouse clicks to key presses, launching apps and such.

    I pretty well...
  20. [ubuntu] Issues with my xfce4-keyboard-shortcuts.xml file

    Why is it that some of the key assignments in xfce4-keyboard-shortcuts.xml work, while others do not? For instance,
    <property name="&lt;Alt&gt;Tab" type="string" value="cycle_windows_key"/>
    <property...
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    [ubuntu] keycode mismatch with xev

    I have run the various "showkey" and "dumpkeys" and they agree on keycodes, scancodes, etc. But when I run "xev", all the keys come up with different codes than "showkey" and "dumpkeys". I was...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Bash doesn't see my aliases. Thought I had fixed it.

    @>>>capscrew

    Well, it has been 25 yrs or so, I may be misremembering. Or maybe it was just coincidence that mine all turned out that way. Yeah...well I have been know to succumb to the "tempest...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: Bash doesn't see my aliases. Thought I had fixed it.

    @>>> capscrew

    Hmm, I think I follow you. But first I may have mis-spoke. This is true in COBAL, but might not be in other languages. If that is not the case in BASH, then my initial question...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Bash doesn't see my aliases. Thought I had fixed it.

    @>>> capscrew
    Is it really? I didn't know that, but it does typify what I was saying..or at least what I meant. I realize they are not always one and the same, but I'm working on it. Out of...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Bash doesn't see my aliases. Thought I had fixed it.

    The "dir" command would be another. But if one comes at this question from another direction, could they not be looked at in the manner of "$PS1"? That is, a command which essentially is "self...
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