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  1. Re: Howto: NoNetDebs - upgrade Ubuntu without Internet (or with low-bandwidth connect

    Good to know it's working better, jenkinbr :)

    In this first day in the new host there was two problems that made the use of nonetdebs a bit of erratic. I've corrected them. The problems were about...
  2. Re: Howto: NoNetDebs - upgrade Ubuntu without Internet (or with low-bandwidth connect

    Vitesse, sorry for this late reply, I've just look at your amarok problem.

    - Based on your status file you don't have amarok installed.
    - I've found a funny thing about amarok: apt-get will...
  3. Re: Howto: NoNetDebs - upgrade Ubuntu without Internet (or with low-bandwidth connect

    Hi,

    sorry for loosing this discussion, but I've been busy. Can't add much more to what it's been said, but to confirm what jenkinbr suggested: to use http://packages.ubuntu.com/ to search...
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    Re: Howto: Easy FTP with vsftpd

    Hi jdawson,

    did you try


    listen_port=990

    in your vsftpd.conf? (I can't test it at the moment)
  5. Re: Howto: NoNetDebs - upgrade Ubuntu without Internet (or with low-bandwidth connect

    Hi odwyerda,

    I think you've found a package that, upon installation, makes some download. If you don't have an internet connection at the time, the installation will fail and the package will be...
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    Re: a hosting account, please

    Hi tmg, thanks for the reply.

    The website is like a web interface for apt to the offline users. The users upload their /var/lib/dpkg/status file so an "apt-get --print-uris" is executed knowing...
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    a hosting account, please

    Don't know how to ask for this...

    I'm hosting a website (nonetdebs.homeip.net) in my personal computer with my personal internet connection. Basically it allows offline users to download packages...
  8. Re: Howto: NoNetDebs - upgrade Ubuntu without Internet (or with low-bandwidth connect

    If nonetdebs didn't list the main amarok package, that would mean it was installed on the target- at least it was listed in the status file (maybe you just downloaded it and tried to install it with...
  9. Re: Howto: NoNetDebs - upgrade Ubuntu without Internet (or with low-bandwidth connect

    Hi niks,

    I've just tested your status file and had no problems at all. Can you try again?
  10. Re: Does your country has free health services ?

    Portugal = yes
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    Re: Automatix has been discontinued

    Automatix did help Ubuntu by making easier to install some basic things. Although it broke things, or raised problems upon upgrades, it certainly helped Ubuntu, leading the way for the need to create...
  12. Re: Howto: NoNetDebs - upgrade Ubuntu without Internet (or with low-bandwidth connect

    Hi,

    I was going to say that you can't run the script in a not-updated system. This because in a not updated system, let's say a 6.10 Edgy one, the files for the deboostrap to create next-coming...
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    Re: New "Disk" Inside Virtual Machine

    If you already added the new disk to the VM, you have to partition it and format it to be able to use it. To do this use gparted that is in System > Partition Editor (if it isn't, install it with...
  14. Re: Enabling Microphone in VitualBox and program too big to fit in memory

    Did you installed the "VirtualBox guest additions" (or something like that) in the guest?.
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    Re: virtualbox usb

    Oh, then you have to install it by clicking on the deb file or with "dpkg -i name_of_package.deb".

    PS: don't forget to accept the damn license.
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    Re: virtualbox usb

    There is a repository. Add the following in your sources.list file. Do it opening the Gnome menu > Administration > Software Sources or in Synaptic.


    deb http://www.virtualbox.org/debian gutsy...
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    Re: virtualbox usb

    Yes you can. It's your choice.

    First uninstall Virtualbox-ose in Synaptic. Search for all the packages that have "virtualbox" in the name. There is al least one package that is a kernel module)....
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    Re: virtualbox usb

    All the guides you saw where for the closed version of VirtualBox. The OSE edition doesn't support USB.
  19. Re: Reccomendations? (to access usb winprinter through guest os)

    Did you start your windows guest machine and select "Install guest additions" from the VirtualBox menu? This improves the performance of the guest and enables seamless integration with the host. It...
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    Re: Torvalds: Linux ready to go green

    "better maintainability, improving code so we can add features" is the biggest asset that Linux has, imho.

    The free and open source software makes it a solid rock. It's free, can be redistributed,...
  21. Re: Reccomendations? (to access usb winprinter through guest os)

    Hi stairwayoflight,

    if you just installed QEMU (or VirtualBox or VMware) and want to use USB with the guests in Ubuntu, you can't. All of them access host USB devices using /proc/bus/usb/, a (to...
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    Re: Port forwarding and vmware server

    The NAT interface has a virtual router that makes the NAT to the outside and makes the guests inaccessible from there. To make a virtual http guest server from the outside, edit the nat.conf file

    ...
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    Re: Port forwarding and vmware server

    /etc/vmware/vmnet8/nat/nat.conf?
  24. Re: Warning: Trying to apply debian policy here!

    Maybe my post was too long and I didn't/couldn't express myself better, or this subject isn't much of a conversation subject, but here goes...

    I search more things and found out that the new...
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    Re: Port forwarding and vmware server

    Hi zarbor, where did you «set up port forwarding for that port giving the host's IP»?
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