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I recently created a persistent Pendrive Ubuntu (12.04) using usb-creator-gtk.
It works like a charm and I personalized it to suit my needs.
My only complaint is that user 'ubuntu' keeps getting...
Got myself also one of theses headsets and bilmey they work.
But those scurvy buttons made me marooned. So me decided to share some help and scripts with ya bunch of landlubbers. harrr
In case somebody stumbles across the same issue:
The reason a second instance spawns is the DBUS.
The DBUS sets an enviroment variable called:...
anybody encountered something like that and got an idea how to avoid this behavior?
I am trying to get XF86 Multimedia keys running.
I am using xbindkeys to give them meaning:
Now when audacious is already running and I...
My laptop (Packard Bell EasyNote LM81) is making a lot of noise all the time when running ubuntu, which is sad.
Now I tried some HowTos on the web (like for example this one:...
thank you cold raven,
but I finally found a solution, where you can save the middle-mous-click:
Ubuntu Sources: autokey-gtk
It does exactly what I want. I can choose an arbitrary...
thanks, but that's not really what I am looking for.
I'd like to produce some predefined text on a key board shortcut.
e.g. pressing ctrl+alt+h produces "Hello World" on the active screen, given...
For Other stumbling across this thread:
In the end a friend suggested building Linux From Scratch.
Which is also the name of very good book, that helps you through the process (and beyond): Linux...
I've been looking around the internet and forum threads for a way to basically generate predefined text in any X-application by using a keyboard shortcut.
Example: ctrl+alt+a should...
wonder if you could share some good up-to-date links of online Debian (resp. Linux in general) Administration tutorials. I'm especially interested in getting familiar with advanced...
I found the problem! :)
Most tutorials and articles (like this one: http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/590) on the web tell you to make the chroot-jail clause in sshd.conf like this:
thanks luvshines for your input!
getent passwd lists all exisiting LDAP users
and id gives me some details about them.
So this looks fine. :)
So I tried the sftp-server Match directive (see...
I am trying the sftp / rssh approach as described in this tutorial and the 11 pages following it.
I am using LDAP for users, so I think I cannot use the new OpenSSH/chroot-jail approach (linked...
what I try to set up is an ubuntu based SFTP server,
that allows users existing in LDAP
read/write access to certain directories
depending on their membership of certain LDAP groups.
I decided to go for an encrypted home folder. It's really really cool that ubuntu offers the encryption now out of the box!
However it auto generated a password for the encryption for...
for years I have been using scim-anthy for Japanese input under Linux. However just moving to ubuntu 10.10 I noticed that the development for scim has ceased and lots of people recommend...
yeah I see what you mean, so getting a card with RALink chipset was not the worst I could get. :)
for the last card, I also got it working 3 years ago thanks to the serial monkey project, but I...
finishing this howto didn't connect me yet, I had to do one more step independent whether you compile the module yourself or use the new module rt61pci included in hardy.
>Now writing with the wireless card connecting me to the Access Point<
I compiled the serial monkey driver and tried them. I think they are identical or at least very similar to the...
I am really unlucky concerning wireless LAN cards and Linux.
I trashed my previous card (RT2500 Chipset), cause I simply couldn't get it working and got a new one, that said: driver...