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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Titles in preview for Compiz Scale - Window Picker

    Probably. You should try reporting it. I no longer have that version and may not have the time to report a bug soon.
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Titles in preview for Compiz Scale - Window Picker

    You also need the Text Plugin to be enabled (which is a mistake I made also).
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Titles in preview for Compiz Scale - Window Picker

    On Lucid, there's a "Scale Addons" in my CompizConfig Settings Manager. Under appearance, I've been able to edit the "Window Title Display" field and set it to "All Windows". I had to tweak it to...
  4. Thread: Thunderbird 3.1

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    Re: Thunderbird 3.1

    When will I ever remember to remember that? :p
  5. Thread: Thunderbird 3.1

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    Re: Thunderbird 3.1

    That's more or less what Ubuntuzilla does.
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    [all variants] Re: GPG best practices

    Alright, so it seems keeping it reasonably encrypted implies it is safe enough to store on the cloud. So I haven't done anything really unsafe here. Of course, it would be foolish to use the same...
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    [all variants] Re: GPG best practices

    Thanks! I'm not very afraid of my keys being stolen in transit (my IMAP and SMTP are both through SSL)

    So what you are saying is it is OK to just keep your ~/.gnupg directory and not have to go...
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    [all variants] GPG best practices

    Hi,

    I'm not sure whether I've treated my gpg keys in the safest way possible, so I'd like to know what you think I should do and advise for the future.

    I generated two key pairs in 2008 and...
  9. Thread: Thunderbird 3.1

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    Re: Thunderbird 3.1

    Yes, it's there to indicate that you have to enter it into a prompt. You'll find many people using that $ sign too when copy pasting terminal commands once you start using the terminal a lot.

    To...
  10. Thread: Thunderbird 3.1

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    Re: Thunderbird 3.1

    $ cp ~/.mozilla-thunderbird ~/1.mozilla-thunderbird
    $ unlink ~/.thunderbird
    $ mv ~/.mozilla-thunderbird ~/.thunderbird
  11. Thread: Thunderbird 3.1

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    Re: Thunderbird 3.1

    Yes. I've not had any problems after getting rid of the symlink.
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    Re: Can i package a web site ???

    You can try emailing debian-webapps@lists.debian.org for help and read their policy also. Specific Debian Policies generally have some information on how to do things as well as their own rules.
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    Re: Creating a Documentation Package

    Or use the tiny rules file with dh7 and use the dh_installdocs as mentioned above.
    debian/rules:

    #!/usr/bin/make -f
    %:
    dh $@
    You should also register the documents with doc-base.
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    [SOLVED] Re: .deb - Home directory

    Theoretically, it is problematic to expect a package to fiddle with things inside the /home/* directories, because these things change. People can add and remove new users after the installation. A...
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    [SOLVED] Re: packages.ubuntu.com not listing all packages?

    Is this the same problem as accessing http://packages.ubuntu.com/maverick/ always resulting in this error?

    Edit: BTW, I have been checking the maverick upload queue for "Done" items to track...
  16. Thread: Thunderbird 3.1

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    Re: Thunderbird 3.1

    Hi all,

    The issue, as discussed on the enigmail forums is because of some permissions issue cause by the ~/.thunderbird -> ~/.mozilla-thunderbird symlink. Running the following commands should...
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    Re: postinst without root

    I don't know much about gconf, but if you change the default settings for that computer, then the users (except those who have manually overrided the default value for a paricular key) will all...
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    Re: I want to give something back...

    If you say so. But I'd like to point out that Ubuntu just made the transition to Py2.6 and Debian is about to make it. Py3k versions exist, but modules are not compiled on them and they certainly are...
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    Re: I want to give something back...

    Since nobody has already suggested it on this thread, I would say you have to read diveintopython if you are interested in Python. Even if you've already read up about the syntax from elsewhere Dive...
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    Re: How to contribute a game?

    Debian packaging isn't easy at first and requires you to read up a lot before you can actually do it. Shortcuts to building a debian package don't really work.

    Read the whole guide (hopefully...
  21. Re: How can my programs discover their Execution privileges?

    By running `less /usr/share/applications/synaptic.desktop` I saw that Synaptic uses su-to-root. Is that what you are looking for? (I am not very sure myself)
  22. Re: Include dependency package inside main package? (or other solution?)

    You can make two binary packages (.deb files) from one source package. That way, whichever repository you are distributing the package in (PPA, archieve, etc), will have both binary packages and you...
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    Re: Lost With Trying to Package Python Script

    Hi!
    (I was the one who rewrote that guide :), I'm glad to know that people use it).

    About the package: Yes, it seems you cannot just use the tiny rules file, because you need the text_file.txt...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 10.04 freezes while shutdown

    Do either of you see the caps and scroll lock lights blinking when it's stuck?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Multiple problems with Lucid

    Yes, I knew which package to look in (in fact that was one of the reinstalled packages). I don't think there is any lucid package for a previous version available in the lucid repos since this is the...
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