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    [ubuntu] Re: Asus EEEBox EB1020 OS Compatibility

    Got 11.10 Ubuntu on. Quite slow. Got 11.10 xubuntu on. Faster. Had wierd stuff on boot after grub with Debian testing, even on rescue mode. could not get a terminal on rescue mode. Chroot did...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Sbackup not working

    Enjoy it while you can. From something that had a lot of work put into it over two Google summers of codes - now no activity.

    aptitude search back yields no sbackup in Debian testing.
    ...
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    no jigdo rc-desktop

    I see jigdos for the alternate's but none for the destop rc.

    Will there be jigdos for the final 10.04 desktop candidate? I have the alpha 4 I downloaded and trialed via a cd-rw. I was going to...
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    Re: I'm done testing Lucid Lynx because of this bug or whatever!!!

    First off, it probably would not hurt to also send plymouth bugs to

    https://bugs.freedesktop.org/ they appear to be a bit more upstream. They have only 9 open bugs listed for all of...
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    Re: Whats happening with Plymouth?

    Thanks ever so much. I was not lucking out trying to search for how to disable splash, kept finding the ones who wanted splash but it was missing. I often lurk for a couple weeks in beta and rc.
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    Re: 10.04 b1 Won't recognize USB drive

    NOT running lucid yet.

    However, I stopped seeing usb devices after 9.10 upgraded to 2.6.31-20

    sudo aptitude gnome-mount fixed it for me.

    It seems getting rid of HAL is a pesky enterprise ...
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    [SOLVED] Re: SD memory stick will not mount

    didn't think it would work but

    aptitude install gnome-mount

    fixed the upgrade to 2.6.31-20-generic's not wanting to automount usb items.

    Strange, it also fixed the glitch 2.6.31-20-generic...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: System suddenly stops mounting USB sticks

    very fast post elsewhere.

    sudo aptitude install gnome-mount (or use sudo apt-get install gnome-mount)
    fixed it for me. Recognition of usb items went downhill fast after the update to...
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    [SOLVED] Re: SD memory stick will not mount

    bump please.

    I can acess usb items via 2.6.31-19-generic but not via 2.6.31-20-generic. SD memory stick flaky and received a longer new name. unison would not synchronize a pre-existing...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Unison or other sync alternative

    for fat32 in your .prf (found in ~/.unison) you probably want

    perms=0
    owner=false

    example
    nano LEXLUTHER

    root = /home/pa/Briefcase/
    root = /media/Lexar/Briefcase
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    [SOLVED] Re: Partitioning help.

    16 gb I would strongly urge you to go with crunch bang linux. It is a derivative based on 9.04 and open box. Much smaller /
    It is not just for netbooks. If you have a 16 gb hdd, I suspect...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: How do I sync files between my flash drive and some /home folders?

    in ~.unison whatever.prf add

    owner=false
    perms=0
  13. Thread: empty ~/.gvfs

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    [ubuntu] Re: empty ~/.gvfs

    Wow, gotta be careful with that chmod -R
    Thanks for the tip.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Synchronize large directories: how?

    Probably won't help, but you can change your preferences in etc/ssh or ~/.ssh to use a less demanding cipher, like blowfish-cbc or aes-128 (as opposed to des) and then the time to complete very well...
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    [other] Re: Linux powered NAS solution

    Hopefully the prices will fall after xmas. Staples in Canada had the dns-323 for about $150 once, I did not think twice. With the funplug script to ssh into, it is sweet.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Home file server that works with Ubuntu

    google dns-323 wiki and you will find the funplug site.

    The 323 does have raid, bittorrent, inotify_upnp inotify_itune from the beginning and with the fun plug script (if you feel up to it) you...
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    [ubuntu] Re: hacking dns323 in ubuntu 9.10

    yes, the fun plug script is quite sweet. It is pretty low risk, but risk is there. chmod data files the wrong way, and you might think that you have lost date. If you know your way around the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Store user files (home) on Samba Server

    in re ssh on DNS-323

    ffp.log snippet

    * /ffp/start/sshd.sh ...
    Starting /ffp/sbin/sshd
    * /ffp/start/rsyncd.sh ...


    see (google) DNS-323 wiki
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    [ubuntu] Re: Sbackup / two questions

    Last first. Yes, sbackup should work swimmingly to restore /home.

    That is it's greatest strength.

    However. If you are have your partitions and system laid out with /
    /usr and other...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Grub my axe and go berserk.

    congrats, please mark as solved.

    Kudos on giving / 15 gb. I only have 6.g gb and I only have 1.4 gb left and that is with a seperate /tmp.

    Enjoy learning
  21. [ubuntu] Re: Installing Ubuntu on 9 year old dell laptop- 'segmentation fault'?

    Old computers cd-roms can be a little dodgy. If you have an external cd-rom you might want to try using that. When you burn the copy (I use cd-rw's), use your newer computer and burn at a slow...
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    [kubuntu] Re: old dell computer

    I had a 2.4 ghz celeron small form factor with 1 gb memory that when doing the alpha and beta candidates for Kubuntu when KDE4 was coming out was totally stretched to the limit via the change to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Grub my axe and go berserk.

    wow. so you have

    /sda1 empty for windows 7
    /sda2 is for xp
    /sda3 for / for all of karmic.

    I had a triple boot once upon a time, but I used the FreeBSD bootloader which some argued was...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Grub my axe and go berserk.

    First. Did you put Windows in the first partition? If not you will have to learn about chainload I believe. Windows always wants to be first, I install windows first usually, and then when I put...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Upgrade to 9.10

    a lot of people are reporting the "false postitive" of their hard drive about to fail. Search Palimpsest on the forums or hdd bad sectors

    from user Irihapeti
    The new disk utility, Palimpsest, is...
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