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    [ubuntu] Re: Toshiba U845W/U800W screen scrambled

    In fact, I rolled back to Ubuntu 12.04.1, it worked out of the box with kernel 3.2.0-29, but when I did an apt-get dist-upgrade the kernel got updated to 3.2.0-33, and it's all scrambled again. If I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Toshiba U845W/U800W screen scrambled

    Please see a Fedora bug, this seems to be a kernel issue

    https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=868729
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    [ubuntu] Re: Toshiba u845w support

    Did you get U845W to work? My screen is scrambled. Please let me know. Thanks,
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    [ubuntu] Toshiba U845W/U800W screen scrambled

    Have recently come into the possession of a Toshiba U845W/U800W laptop. This wouldn't be my first choice on laptops, but wtf it is free. I jumped through a bunch of hoops to delete windows and the...
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    [ubuntu] Toshiba U845W/U800W screen scrambled

    Have recently come into the possession of a Toshiba U845W/U800W laptop. This wouldn't be my first choice on laptops, but wtf it is free. I jumped through a bunch of hoops to delete windows and the...
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    Re: Jaunty Jackalope freezes on laptop

    xorg.log.old from time of freeze

    [mi] EQ overflowing. The server is probably stuck in an infinite loop.

    Backtrace:
    0: /usr/bin/X(xorg_backtrace+0x26) [0x4f1b66]
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    Re: Random Freezes on 64-bit Jaunty

    xorg.log.old from time of freeze

    [mi] EQ overflowing. The server is probably stuck in an infinite loop.

    Backtrace:
    0: /usr/bin/X(xorg_backtrace+0x26) [0x4f1b66]
    1:...
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    Re: Jaunty Jackalope freezes on laptop

    k, this is bugging the sh*t out of me! Jaunty has gotten progressively less stable since Feb!

    I am on a Thinkpad X61 (generic intel hardware, integrated graphics) running 64bit, and have been...
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    Re: Random Freezes on 64-bit Jaunty

    k, this is bugging the sh*t out of me! Jaunty has gotten progressively less stable since Feb!

    I am on a Thinkpad X61 (generic intel hardware, integrated graphics) running 64bit, and have been...
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    Re: HOWTO: Nvidia Driver + VDPAU + Smplayer +Mplayer

    Hey, Beau, thanks for taking an interest, what is your video card? I am pretty sure it's the Mplayer taking the processor time. To make sure that I am measuring the real world usage, I had to full...
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    Re: HOWTO: Nvidia Driver + VDPAU + Smplayer +Mplayer

    AdrianVeidt, good work and great posts, I used the mplayer in the repo, is it normal to have one processor completely saturated on a X2 5000+ and 8400gs(G98 core) when playing 1080p? It seems that...
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    Re: General MoBlock thread

    Hi, jre, thanks for the good work.

    I have a problem that seems to be universally unanswered. So, I have ubuntu hardy server on an x86 router. The router hosts a wired lan and a wireless lan. I use...
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    [ubuntu] Re: unbuntu as a WRT54G replacement

    lastly, the best linux distro for routing seems to be ClarkConnect, though the distro it is based-on is ancient (FC4 I think), and it may be a pain in the *** to add functionalities other than its...
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    [ubuntu] Re: unbuntu as a WRT54G replacement

    In addition, G performs pretty damn fast, and the most mature master mode driver is the Madwifi driver.
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    [ubuntu] Re: unbuntu as a WRT54G replacement

    hi, specifically regarding the wireless ap issue. I have been turning laptops into APs for a while. The short answer for whether the Edimax can turn your machine into an AP is No. This is because...
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