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  1. [xubuntu] Re: sata cdrom drive; very low read/transfer speed

    I know this is a very old thread, but ...

    Is there are solution to this low speed problem (other than buying another drive)? I have exactly the same drive with exactly the same frustrating issue.
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    [ubuntu] Re: tty after resume from suspend

    This certainly did help. Since the system was definitely up when the problem was hit I could put debugging "echo"s into the scripts in /etc/acpi/resume.d. In particular I could print out the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: tty after resume from suspend

    Same effect running acpi sleep directly. The command didn't return to the prompt after the resume. Is that to be expected? What follows is the relevant part of the dmesg log



    [84639.163760]...
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    [ubuntu] Re: tty after resume from suspend

    I'm trying this on a desktop system, with a gigabyte GA-G33M-DS2R motherboard and an MSI NX8500GT-MTD256EH video card. I'm not using wireless networking. My hardy install is all pretty much...
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    [ubuntu] [SOLVED] tty after resume from suspend

    My problem is that suspend from the gnome shutdown menu works, but when I resume (by pressing the power button) a tty is displayed (mentioning something about restarting LIRC) and I have to press...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: No sound after nvidia driver upgrade

    It turns out that the new version of the nvidia driver enables digital audio over HDMI. So (I don't understand why) the digital audio must now be used in preference to the analogue audio (or some...
  7. [ubuntu] [SOLVED] No sound after nvidia driver upgrade

    I just tried installing the latest nvidia binary driver (173.14.05) - by downloading from the nvidia site and installing manually. I've previously installed the nvidia binary drivers that way...
  8. Re: HOWTO: Set a custom firewall (iptables) and Tips [Beginners edition]

    OK. Thank you for your help, and the clarification on the rules. I will try something else to fix my azureus problem.
  9. Re: HOWTO: Set a custom firewall (iptables) and Tips [Beginners edition]

    Does that mean that the port you use with azureus is already established when you start your iptables? Doesn't NEW mean "not already established or related"? With your original script I had to...
  10. Re: HOWTO: Set a custom firewall (iptables) and Tips [Beginners edition]

    Thanks for your help in setting up iptables ... it has made things very straightforward for me.

    I had an issue starting azureus once the firewall was set. The required port wasn't being opened. ...
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