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    Re: Dropbox Referrals thread

    http://www.dropbox.com/referrals/NTEwNzA5NDY5
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Remove Firefox menubar? (and problems viewing youtube vids)

    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1455
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Why do I need to restart my system?

    Not even with drivers, you just reload the kernel modules. Ubuntu is a distro that should work for people with very little linux knowledge too, so telling such people to reload a kernel module is,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Firefox wont load certain pages

    They work fine here, maybe try another DNS server (like OpenDNS).
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    [ubuntu] Re: reboot loop after update

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    Download and burn knoppix.
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    [ubuntu] Re: reboot loop after update

    Use a live disc, chroot in and complete the upgrade?
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    [ubuntu] Re: block ping response iptables

    Well, didn't I tell you how? That command tells iptables to drop every incomming echo request so no answer will be send.
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    [ubuntu] Re: block ping response iptables

    iptables -A INPUT -p icmp -m icmp --icmp-type echo-request -j DROP
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Problems Compiling Pidgin 2.4.2 from source with MSNP14 enabled

    That's the relevant piece of the build script, so yes it is supposed to be ran in a terminal.
  10. [ubuntu] Re: Problems Compiling Pidgin 2.4.2 from source with MSNP14 enabled

    This is how I did it on another distro:

    sed -i -e 's|enable_msnp14=no|enable_msnp14=yes|g' configure.ac
    # gconf won't die with the --disable-schemas-install option
    sed -i -e...
  11. [ubuntu] Re: Ext3 - Folder containing files turned into just a single file??

    What does the "file" command say about that file?
  12. Re: Englab - An open-source application

    Seems interesting but not in a usable state yet. I'll keep an eye on it though.
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    [ubuntu] Re: /dev/pts/tty0.. ???whats thihs?

    This is the unix philosophy, everything is a file.
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    [all variants] Re: Where is ~ Tilde Defined?

    ~ is a shell inbuilt, you can't change that unless you change the source. To change a user's home directory you can use usermod -d .
  15. [all variants] Re: Porting an entire installation

    Or even better, label your partitions and get rid of those UUIDs, more info can be found here.
  16. [all variants] Re: Porting an entire installation

    I've done this with a simple cp -a and everything worked perfectly. Be sure to do it when you're not running from the partition being transferred though.
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    [ubuntu] Re: vim color schemes

    In ~/.vimrc: colorscheme custom and save the colorscheme as ~/.vim/colors/custom.vim .
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    [ubuntu] Re: FF3b5 Bookmkarks location?

    Try File > Bookmarks > Organize Bookmarks > Import and Backup button > From File
  19. [all variants] Re: I'm needing some tips or hint's from people who use the terminal daily.....

    If you want practice, don't use a GUI file manager and text editor anymore.
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    Re: change gcc optimisation flag

    In your bashrc, try exporting CFLAGS and CXXFLAGS, for compiling c and c++ respectively. I'm not sure about how ubuntu handles these env var's though, if it doesn't work you can try adding this to...
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    Re: Help with polymorphism Java.

    You're right, it isn't necessary. Doesn't matter though.
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    Re: Help with polymorphism Java.

    You asked an example, this is an interface from an application I wrote with a database back-end. The purpose is to allow the user to use any database system he wants, he just needs to write a class...
  23. Re: [Java] Concerning enumerated data type

    I think you should only do that if the enum is clearly a part of the object your class is representing, if it is an entity of itself (like the direction of my example) your code will be cleaner when...
  24. Re: [Java] Concerning enumerated data type

    In a separate class, an enum. Example.
  25. Re: bash variables within sed commands not working!

    sed -e s/TEXT/$VAR/ input_file
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