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    Greetings from Chattanooga

    I just wanted to send a quick hello to the Tennesseans. I've been using Ubuntu/Xubuntu since 7.04 (tried 6.04, but couldn't get wireless working and gave up). I've been kind of a lone wolf on the...
  2. [gnome] Re: Screensaver resets idle dimmer even when disabled

    Check to see if you have ambient light sensors. I was having the same problem until I disabled that. It's kind of a cool feature, changing the brightness of your display based on the brightness of...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: "desktop effects" problems with macbook 3,1

    Do a search of the main forum. In the latest update, an intel video card was blacklisted, so that broke compiz. There are more details and ways to get it working again.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Sound issue macbook 4,1

    Our model apparently has three speakers. Ubuntu only recognizes two, hence the tinny sound. Headphones sound normal to me, though I have cheap ones. This page has some info and a link to the bug...
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    Poll: Re: Ubuntu 8.04...what the?!

    FredB:

    I've read the release notes as well as spent hours trying to fix this issue. I also spent additional hours scouring the forums for fixes. During this time, I have waded through 56 pages...
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    Poll: Re: Ubuntu 8.04...what the?!

    I'm back to 7.10. I tried both a clean install and an upgrade. For both, my other partitions are not found or recognized. I really don't have the time to mess with a fix right now. I have to say...
  7. [xubuntu] Re: Where did my partitions go after Hardy upgrade?

    SDA1 used to be my windows partition. It is now unformatted space.
  8. [xubuntu] Re: Where did my partitions go after Hardy upgrade?

    Disk /dev/sda: 80.0 GB, 80026361856 bytes
    255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 9729 cylinders
    Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes
    Disk identifier: 0x0007ecf9

    Device Boot Start ...
  9. [xubuntu] Where did my partitions go after Hardy upgrade?

    I first tried a fresh install of Hardy (Xubuntu), keeping my home partition from 7.10. After that installation, my Home partition was recognized, but all of my other partitions were missing.

    I...
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