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    Re: Life decisions of a 34 yo male.

    Learning Computer Programming <-- Another great thread!
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    Re: Life decisions of a 34 yo male.

    That depends entirely on you. With the wealth of information online, you don't even need to grab a course to get started. Pick a language -I would go for python- and start typing away.

    Good luck...
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    Re: Software to make logos.....

    Lol. Nice. :P
  4. Re: Open source alternative to Adobe Designer?

    Hi lyceum, thank you again for your interest in the matter.

    My interest is to create printable forms. With Adobe Designer, you could...ehmm... design these forms quite easily and they look quite...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: unresolved pia - hp with realtek won't connect to network

    Are you still having issues, mate?
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    [ubuntu] Re: can't connect wirelessly

    Agreed.
    lshw -C Network only lists network related hardware, buddy. :)
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Toshiba Satellite A200-27R Wireless Help.

    Oh ok, no worries man! :)
    Glad it worked out for you that way!
  8. Re: Open source alternative to Adobe Designer?

    Thank you very much for replies, lyceum!
    I will review your links and come back with any findings. :)
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    Re: Anatomy of a well-intentioned Linux Troll

    Excellent post. Enjoyed quite a bit reading it.
  10. Re: Open source alternative to Adobe Designer?

    Small bump.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Weird characters in several apps

    Small bump.
    Anyone have any idea about what this could be? :confused:
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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    Hell yeah! BUMP!
  13. [ubuntu] Re: Toshiba Satellite A200-27R Wireless Help.

    Open up a terminal (Applications > Accessories > Terminal) and try the following commands:

    (Lists all your PCI devices)

    lspci
    (Lists all your USB devices)

    lsusb
    (Lists your hardware and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wifi issues

    Open up a terminal (Applications > Accessories > Terminal) and try the following commands:

    (Lists all your PCI devices)

    lspci
    (Lists all your USB devices)

    lsusb
    (Lists your hardware and...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: hp with realtek won't connect to network

    Try the following commands:

    (Lists your hardware and extracts Network entries)

    sudo lshw -C -network
    (Lists any wireless network available in your area)

    iwlist scan

    Post the output of...
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    [ubuntu] Re: can't connect wirelessly

    Try the following commands:

    (Lists all your PCI devices)

    lspci
    (Lists all your USB devices)

    lsusb
    (Lists your hardware and extracts Network entries)
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    [ubuntu] Re: hp dv8000 no wireless....

    Open up a terminal (Applications > Accessories > Terminal) and try the following commands:

    (Lists all your PCI devices)

    lspci
    (Lists all your USB devices)

    lsusb
    (Lists your hardware and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wireless doesn't work

    Agreed. So then it could be that it's an encrypted network, thus the router might be obfuscating any info regarding connection to it.

    Tinkel, did you check into your Network Manager the settings...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wireless doesn't work

    It seems like this could be the wireless network interface -although without lshw's output we can't know for sure-.

    What strikes me as odd is the fact that it shows no name for ESSID, so that...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wireless doesn't work

    This can work too, but you'll have to scroll to find the network entries.

    sudo lshw
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wireless doesn't work

    Ok, so your wireless card is being seen.

    Hmm, about your problem with the command, how about trying the following command instead?

    sudo lshw -C network > ~/Desktop/lshw_output.txt
    Then go into...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Wireless doesn't work, fresh ubuntu 8.04 install

    Bob, that line there tells you that your wireless interface is named eth0.
    EDIT: No, it doesn't. Please read below for Edit Notes.

    You can now try:

    iwlist eth0 scanWhat you should look for in...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wireless doesn't work

    I second falcon61102's request.

    To post that output, get into a terminal (Applications > Accesories > Terminal) and type:

    lspci
    Then copy and paste the screen output into your reply.
    Remember...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Additional PC can't connect to d-link DI 524 router network

    Hello helgman! Thank you very much for popping by and helping out!

    I just woke up, and out of despair, I went to the router and reset the thing. Thought to myself: "heck, maybe I can try and...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Additional PC can't connect to d-link DI 524 router network

    Mi god! Could this be so hard? I've changed settings all around the place, and still there's no way I'm getting DHCPOFFER on sudo dhclient wlan0!

    I mean, when I iwlist wlan0 scan it does see the...
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