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    [ubuntu] wifi home networking not working on 10.04

    I have a Compaq laptop that has a raidtek (?) wifi on it. I got the wifi working on it and can navigate the internet no problem, but cant get on my home network!? So, I've tried a few things (okay,...
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    Re: Please help test usb-creator

    I've been scratching my head on this one for 2-days now, just can't seem to get this thing to work for me.
    I think a little more in depth article on what the setup requirements are for this utility...
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    Re: Please help test usb-creator

    I've been scratching my head on this one for 2-days now, just can't seem to get this thing to work for me.
    I think a little more in depth article on what the setup requirements are for this utility...
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    Re: New Ubuntu Ultimate Edition website design

    I'm going to reply to you in a manner that is a little more civilized than my previous post .....

    Well, what you are doing for the environment is wonderful - nobody can argue with that. I hope...
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    Re: New Ubuntu Ultimate Edition website design

    Well, I think that the mahn himself did it- If you had any idea on how much work he does for his distributions/ new software writing/ forum help, you would retract your statement. [-( Are you one of...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Where is default wallpaper location stored?

    Nope, sorry. You are close though. I know that it is prob. in an .xml file somewhere. The one you just referred to is where your particular user that is logged into right now has their wallpaper set....
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    [ubuntu] Re: Where is default wallpaper location stored?

    Thank you for the reply, but this is not where the actual data is called upon. I've tried this directory and for some reason the wallpaper does not show up as the default wallpaper when I create the...
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    [ubuntu] Where is default wallpaper location stored?

    Hello all, I'm trying to make a custom .iso with my own apps installed and have successfully made .iso's with all that I wanted to include except for one ... the wallpaper in a live session is just...
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Ipod not showing music after uploading in Amarok

    It sounds like the exact thing that happened to my daughters shuffle. The only thing I had to do was to completely drain the battery (which takes forever!!!!) and then go back in and put the music...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Cant Access to NTFS

    Believe me, I'm just as confused as you are with your fstab and drive configuration! I'm not familure with dmraid (I've never used it) And as far as your mirrored Raid array, I don't know which one...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Some Partitions not mounting on startup

    Well, at least you guys came in to give a hand :) I don't even have a ntfs drive anymore :) Haven't had to deal with Windows in quite a while. I will remember the whole "ntfs-3g" thing.

    -b0ng0,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Cant Access to NTFS

    OK, I'm going try and get this story straight. Sorry for the confusion, but its rather hard to gather context of what your saying with writing. Anyway, You are having troubles mounting your Raid 1...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Cant Access to NTFS

    Well, I might need a little help from you on this one to try and decipher what you have exactly. I see that you have dmraid installed? How many raid arrays do you have? Is the raid array ntfs? I'm...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Cant Access to NTFS

    Like I said post your drive info from fdisk -l and from your fstab, then get some UUID info from: sudo blkid and maybe we can get that fixed. I can't help you unless you post your info.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Cant Access to NTFS

    You will need to make sure that your raid is --assembled before you will have your raid drives bootable. if you use mdadm then the command would be something like:

    sudo mdadm --assemble --scan...
  16. [ubuntu] Re: Where is the Storage Device Manager?

    Are you all good now? Is this solved? I would not have done it exactly the way Hardrive posted, but if it worked .... GREAT!! :)

    EDIT: Sorry, I somehow posted without seeing the whole 2nd. page to...
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    [other] Re: Advice needed for external disk formmating

    I understood that you had an external 500GB drive. I'm sorry for my horrible writing skills. Sometimes only I can decipher what is meant:oops: You can still do all of the above mentioned with an...
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    [other] Re: Advice needed for external disk formmating

    What version of Windows do you have installed? If you run VISTA you can use disk management to shrink your parition and then create new or whatever you like. I don't think that it has an option to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Hardy upgrade - personal file dissapeared

    One of my multi-boot distro's completely lost my /home/username folder all together while "importing settings" durring install of Hardy, so I know how you feel. There is something very wrong with the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Drives don't want to mount

    Sorry I don't have the time to do it for you, but this link should get you on the right track. I had a similar problem with an esata device not mounting. ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Cant Access to NTFS

    Enter in terminal:

    sudo blkid
    and paste back here. Then run:

    gedit /etc/fstab
    and paste back here so we know what we are dealing with.
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Changed mount point - now cannot mount volume

    SO does it mount automatically everytime you boot now? or do you still need some assistance with your fstab to get it to boot everytime?
  23. [all variants] Re: The system fails to recognize the order of the hard disks

    You will have to enter the UUID# data in the fstab file. This way they will never get mixed up on boot.
    Find you UUID:

    sudo blkid
    Your fstab file then gets edited to utilize your UUID instead...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Some Partitions not mounting on startup

    Before you change your fstab file to the following, do a

    cp /etc/fstab /etc/fstab_backup


    First you will need to create mount points in your /media directory (most common). So you should...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Some Partitions not mounting on startup

    post your:

    sudo fdisk -l
    paste back here.
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