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  1. [ubuntu] Re: unknown monitor in ubuntu 11.10 (i have lg monior)

    There may be a driver available to you through restricted drivers. Have you tried that?
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    [all variants] Re: ssh key doesn't work no more

    Have you tried adding the key into /home/bob/.ssh/known_hosts as the message says?
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    [lubuntu] Re: Huge problem please help

    Hello and welcome to Ubuntu Forums!

    Ubuntu will not play DVDs out of the box as you have to use non-free codecs. Fortunately it is easy to enable it. Try running through the instructions in this...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Unity Launcher complaint

    Dunno what you mean here but Gnome Shell can be run on 1 screen. As a dual screener myself I can tell you that it works nicely on my setup though.

    I've been using Unity since 11.04 came out and...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Default monitor issue in 11.10

    I've installed gnome shell and the panel thing and activities thing show up on the primary display as defined by xrandr. I'd guess it's designed so that you can't move the launcher away from the left...
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    [SOLVED] Default monitor issue in 11.10

    Hi,

    I've installed 11.10 on my computer and am having an issue with my dual screens. My left display is an old 17" monitor that I use as a secondary screen and my right is a 24" one that I use as...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Deleting a folder as root

    Hi,

    In the terminal run


    sudo rm /path/to/filealternatively if you would rather run a file browser to delete it try


    gksu nautilusThat will give you a file browser with root privileges.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Connecting between Ubuntu and Fedora

    to mount shares as disks in Ubuntu you will need to install the samba file system


    sudo apt-get install smbfsand to mount run


    sudo smbmount //ipofserver/share /path/to/mountpoint -o...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Connecting between Ubuntu and Fedora

    How are you trying to mount the network shares? Do you have the samba client installed on your Ubuntu machine?
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    Re: What is the name of your computer(s)?

    After spending ages trying to think of a good naming scheme I decided to name all my computers after South Park characters.
  11. [SOLVED] Re: Copying files on a network share. Is this how it works?

    Yes, that's exactly what it's doing, the only way round it is to move the files round directly on your server, you could do this via an SSH connection from the laptop. If you install nautilus on your...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Unity bar on wrong screen....

    Had this same problem myself.

    To fix it run


    xrandr

    to list your screens and then run
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    [ubuntu] Re: synching two drives

    you'll probably want to stick with FAT32 for now as a vanilla OS X install won't write to NTFS.

    In answer to your original question you can use rsync to sync the disks. To do that use the...
  14. [ubuntu] Re: Rsync, cron job without placing in root directory

    How are you setting up the cron job? I run an rsync script on my server with cron and I set it up by running


    sudo crontab -e
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    [other] Re: Partitioning Question

    use gparted in ubuntu (you can use the live CD as it looks like you don't have an ubuntu partition by what you've said above).

    In there you can move the recovery partition to the end of the disk...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Caching files from a network share.

    Hi, looks like you're on the right track with rsync.

    It's not too bad once you get used to it. Try running


    rsync -r /path/to/network/music /local/synced/path

    That will copy all the stuff...
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    Re: Dual Monitors ROCK!!

    I couldn't live without dual monitors. Got a 24" 1920 by 1080 and an old 17" 1280 by 1024.

    I want to replace the 17" at some point though as it's wearing out so is a bit blury. The image on it...
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    Re: System->Admin->Disk Utility->Benchmark results

    Oh go on then, here's mine.

    http://i447.photobucket.com/albums/qq199/Hugh9191/nerdisms/Screenshot.jpg
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    [ubuntu] Re: Apache configuration

    that's just the folder structure of the website. By default apache shares the /var/www directory so if that's the case in yours you'd save your website in /var/www/mywebsite.

    Hope that helps.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Where are my files?

    Never used wubi so that might make things different but I'll try and help.

    Ubuntu normally will be under a different partition. I think wubi uses virtual disks and I'm not quite sure how that...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wired network acting strange...

    looks like it's not connected to the network. Try clicking on the network icon on the panel and clicking on your network adaptor (probably labelled 'Auto eth0').

    If that doesn't work post the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Problems dual boot, Help!!

    I'm rather tired so apologise in advance for the quality of this post.

    I've sort of skim read this so I may be wrong in what I'm saying but to me it looks like the situation is as follows;


    ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Programs on Multiple [Physical] Drives

    You can use LVM to do that. That basically allows you to spread the filesystem (/) across multiple physical disks.

    I think you can do it while your installing by specifying partitions manually.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Multiple screens with different output

    Shouldn't be a problem. Open up the monitor settings and untick show the same image in all monitors.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Transferring data from Hard Disk

    another option is to use this Linux Reader in windows.

    http://www.diskinternals.com/linux-reader/

    I think it it was me I'd go down the live CD route though.
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