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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Partition confusion - Windows 7 first, Ubuntu Live CD [Screenshot]

    Damn. :c I'm afraid that's all the help I can offer.
    If I knew where the drivers were, you could navigate to them and install via Ndiswrapper.
    Someone with more knowledge of Windows drivers and...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Partition confusion - Windows 7 first, Ubuntu Live CD [Screenshot]

    A quick Googling of the latter you posted (the former is for computer to modem wired connections) gave me this. It might prove a little useful. :33
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Partition confusion - Windows 7 first, Ubuntu Live CD [Screenshot]

    It most likely will. It will overwrite all of your current information, so if you can go into your files and back everything up if you haven't done such already.

    In regards to the...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Partition confusion - Windows 7 first, Ubuntu Live CD [Screenshot]

    Yes, there is. It appears on your top panel in the notification area.
    I have a similar issue when I attempt to use LinuxMint. I have no wireless on it. However I have no issues on Puppy.

    It is...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Partition confusion - Windows 7 first, Ubuntu Live CD [Screenshot]

    I am not good at networking. :c But I think from what I'm reading, you can enter your SSID in the same area? I think?
    Wiki

    It should recognize your network automatically though. :\ When I tried...
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    Re: How to remove GRUB from NTFS sda1.

    It's fine. I was probably no help and was making it complicated myself.
    Even if it's Windows, that computer is my baby and I'm worried about killing it.
    I'll try fixmbr once I can muster the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Rocovering from blown install

    Download USB-Universal-Installer and your .iso. Then open up the installer and click "select other .iso," then navigate to it and check your USB drive. I can't remember, but I' m pretty sure USB 2.0...
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    Re: How to remove GRUB from NTFS sda1.

    The Live USB is dead. I actually reformatted it because I couldn't get it to load. Now I'm seeing that wasn't such a smart move.

    I'd install LILO, but the problem is that computer is offline, and...
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    Re: How to remove GRUB from NTFS sda1.

    I do have an XP installation CD. It came with my father's computer.

    I'm not entirely sure how I ended up with my hard drive being sda1. But it has no other operating systems on it, and when I...
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    Re: How to remove GRUB from NTFS sda1.

    Thank you for not automatically assuming I am a he. lol

    coffeecat, does that link apply if my sda1 is not partitioned? I noticed the step there where it says to edit boot.ini and change the...
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    How to remove GRUB from NTFS sda1.

    So, I've officially decided I probably will NOT be experimenting with Linux anymore. It's getting me into too much trouble, and this last bit of fun almost gave me a heart attack (then I mounted sda1...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Wireless on Kubuntu

    Yes, I had a similar issue with LinuxMint KDE, and LinuxMint Xcfe for that matter (which is a shame, because I love Xfce as much as I love KDE).
    However, I have PuppyLinux running KDE Trinity (the...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Wireless on Kubuntu

    It works on Ubuntu just fine. Do I still have to go through these steps all because I changed desktop environments?
    I ran it just fine on Ubuntu, and I would probably have put Ubuntu on my thumb...
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    [kubuntu] Wireless on Kubuntu

    The question's been asked quite a few times, but no responses.
    Here's my dilemma.

    I have Kubuntu 10.04 running on a thumb drive. Everything works great, but the wireless won't. The wireless area...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: Booting in xterm as opposed to ubuntu-desktop

    'Fraid I still have Xterm even after doing that.
    Would it just be easier to reinstall? I didn't have anything installed on here (because the computer I installed it onto the thumb drive with has no...
  16. [ubuntu] Re: Booting in xterm as opposed to ubuntu-desktop

    Sorry for taking so long to reply.

    When I enter it, it informs me that the service is already running. Should I try killing it (I guess "kill gdm?") and then try again?
  17. [ubuntu] Booting in xterm as opposed to ubuntu-desktop

    Hi.
    I am so stupid, I can't believe I did this.

    The short story is I was trying to get Ubuntu to recognize this computer's resolution. I installed it to a PNY Attache 8gb thumb drive and it...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Firefox not lunching?!

    Uhm...Firefox isn't hungry?

    Okay, all joking aside.
    Enter firefox into a Terminal window and paste the output here. :)
  19. [kubuntu] Re: Just a quick check (Regarding Kubuntu on a thumb drive)

    It sounds like LinuxMint installation then. I forgot to install the boot loader the first time and all I got was a black screen. Then it dawned on me. Then I hit my head against the desk for being...
  20. [kubuntu] Just a quick check (Regarding Kubuntu on a thumb drive)

    I have a 4gb (I'm going to dedicated 3gb of it to Kubuntu) thumb drive that I've been experimenting with various Linux distributions on. Right now it's a LiveUSB with Linux Mint 9 KDE, before that...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wireless and Karmic

    I'm pretty sure when I tried it on Puppy, when I could connect to the network it would pop the SSID up. But on Ubuntu I'm not sure.

    I'll have to ask my dad if he can do that. But I'm sure he's so...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wireless and Karmic

    No, the MAC filter is disabled.

    Although if it helps any, our WEP encrpytion is sixty-four bits/ten hex bits; and I noticed the only option I had was for 128 bits.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wireless and Karmic

    No, it's fine.
    The way our house is set up, the router is in the living room while our computer is in another room quite some feet away.
    I wouldn't be able to carry the router here because there's...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wireless and Karmic

    The way the house is set up, I can't do it.
    Would it be possible to download the .deb or the .rpm to a thumb drive and install it that way?
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    Re: Stupid laws in your area.

    In South Carolina, horses cannot be kept in bathtubs.
    I am absolutely serious.
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