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    [ubuntu] Re: Where are sane and xsane logs kept?

    I didn't think this would be a difficult question.

    Guess I was wrong.
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    [ubuntu] Where are sane and xsane logs kept?

    Where can I check error messages created by either sane or xsane scanner software?

    My problem is this:

    I have an Epson Stylus Photo PX710W all-in-one scanner/printer, connected to the network...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 11.04 Inrernet EXTREMELY slow.

    If 11.04 is anything like 10.04 then my internet access got really quick when I selected 'restrictive by default' in the 'Firestarter' firewall.

    Try it, and just allow HTTP and HTTPS just to try...
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    [ubuntu] Slow Web Pages - Fixed but Curious

    I was getting very slow web page downloads in Ubuntu 10.04, which sometimes timed out, although in Windows Vista they were always fast.

    In Firestarter I changed the options to 'restrictive' by...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Writing a script for network drive

    No replys?? Well I sorted this out myself, with a little help from the stack overflow guys, here:-
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    [SOLVED] Re: Writing a script for network drive

    OK, I've put this together in /etc/rc.local. It works great if run from a terminal (as root), but won't run from rc.local at boot. I know it's being executed because /tmp/buffalo_mount.log contains...
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    [SOLVED] Writing a script for network drive

    If anyone knows how to write a basic script, could some kind sole write one that will check to see if a network drive is powered up, please!

    1) Ping an ip address (e.g. 192.168.1.30) to check if a...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Twain Scanning over Wifi / Wireless

    I had a bit of a problem because I'm using the 64 bit version of Ubuntu, but after a bit compiling and using the old thread here:-
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    [SOLVED] Twain Scanning over Wifi / Wireless

    I have an Epson Stylus Photo PX710W.

    Does anyone know if it's possible to scan images to a pc / laptop over wifi using Ubuntu?

    Works in Windows OK.

    Printer driver for Linux can be found...
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    Kindle for Android

    Am I the only person who didn't know Amazons Kindle was available for Android ?? How long has it been out?

    The FREE books on there are cool.

    Andy
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    [ubuntu] Re: WINE sound problems - Spotify

    Any particular reason why you're running Spotify through wine?

    There appears to be a Linux version available (I've installed it on Lucid with no problems, but have yet to try it).
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    [ubuntu] Re: Microphone monitor like Camera Monitor

    Ex Windows user, so paranoia comes with the territory!

    I'm using Ubuntu on a laptop, so switching off the mic is a bit difficult.

    So have I actually found a utility that Linux/Gnome doesn't...
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    [ubuntu] Microphone monitor like Camera Monitor

    Hi.

    I have the 'Camera Monitor' installed, which works fine and notifies me if my webcam becomes activated.

    Is there a similar desktop program to monitor the microphone, that can notify me if...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Lucid and Aiptek tablet 8000u

    Hi. I'm having fun with a MD 41217 myself!

    That help document is very incomplete.

    For example, the line:-

    LABEL="xorg_aiptek_end

    has missing speach-marks at the end, and should read...
  15. Re: HOWTO: PulseAudio Fixes & System-Wide Equalizer Support

    Since using Karmic (worked in every other version of Ubuntu I've used) my sound has become very 'grainy' / 'bitty'.

    The weird thing is, if I use 'Audacity' the sound is the same, until I decrease...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 9.10 Waiting for sound system to respond

    This worked for me, once I'd realised that the sound settings "Hardware" had changed from "Analog 5.1 Output Surround" to "Analog Stereo Duplex". I just changed it back.

    No 'bitty' 8-bit type...
  17. Poll: Re: Sound Is Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala`s biggest problem ?

    I completely agree. There are those that never want Ubuntu to be fully accepted by the masses because if it just worked, then they wouldn't be needed and they'd just be an average Joe. If they were...
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