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  1. [ubuntu] Re: How To Connect To Xbox Live Via Laptop And Have An Open NAT

    Old thread, but for what it's worth to whomever might search this up.

    I have successfully created a bridge between two routers and that way I have a cable connection between my PS3 and my PC. That...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: How To Connect To Xbox Live Via Laptop And Have An Open NAT

    And also:

    I am not getting any error messages from Firestarter anymore, even though I have the same settings as I started with. That's good news, but I am not quite sure how to add the rules under...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: How To Connect To Xbox Live Via Laptop And Have An Open NAT

    OK, I've tried this, and I am sorry to say; still no success.

    If I change my interface file to your latest suggestion I loose my internet connection fully. I am still connected to my wireless...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: How To Connect To Xbox Live Via Laptop And Have An Open NAT

    So


    sudo ifconfig | grep 'inet addr:192.168.'

    posts back this:


    inet addr:192.168.0.193 Bcast:192.168.0.255 Mask:255.255.255.0
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    [ubuntu] Re: PS3 internet via PC

    I had to give this one up for a while, but I'm at it again now.

    I will adress my issues in your Xbox360 thread, as it seems like you are right. It should probably work the same way on a PS3.
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    [ubuntu] Re: PS3 internet via PC

    Thanks for your reply!

    I haven't had time to put a real effort in to this yet. I have had some problems setting up Firestarter. As I spend more time with this, i might be able to solve them on my...
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    [ubuntu] PS3 internet via PC

    Hello!

    I have a desktop computer with a wireless internet connection and a PS3. I want to connect the PS3 to the PC with an ethernet cable and have the PS3 use the PC's wireless connection,...
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    [ubuntu] Login appears on the "wrong" screen.

    Hi!

    Because of issues with XBMC I have now turned my computer screen in to screen 1 and my TV to screen 0. This means that my TV is now defined as my native screen, although it should really be my...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to add 1366x768 screen resolution?

    I can post the log for you, but as I don't know which xorg.*.log-file you're after, you need to tell me. Also, what part of the log file are you after, as they are quite long. You see, I have no...
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    [all variants] Re: Fan speed, advanced tweaking

    OK. Thanks!
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to add 1366x768 screen resolution?

    What resolution is your output on the TV?

    I have a TV and a 22" computer screen hooked up to the same computer. I run the two screens as separate X screens and the output to the TV is 1360x768...
  12. [all variants] Re: Compiz in one (of two) display(s). rc.local issue

    I tried editing the gnome-wm script a bit, but quickly came to the conclusion that I was out of bounds with my limited skills here. But I do think that you could be on to something, stderr. Some...
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    [other] Re: Linux Distro Choice

    That's my reason for changing over to Debian and as I stated, I'm happy with Debian. However, if I started off with Debian when switching over to Linux at first I would be back on Windows a long time...
  14. [all variants] Re: Compiz in one (of two) display(s). rc.local issue

    Yeah, maybe that would work. I'll give it a try some day soon and reply whatever results I get. The worst thing that can happen is that window manager won't start and I have to edit the file back to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to add 1366x768 screen resolution?

    I have a 32" with the same resolution as yours. Mine is fine with 1360x768 which is a predefined resolution.
  16. [all variants] Compiz in one (of two) display(s). rc.local issue

    Hi!

    I have two screens sharing one computer. I run two separate X screens and are happy with that. However, I want to run compiz on only one of the screens. I have managed to do this by typing...
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    [other] Re: Linux Distro Choice

    I do not have your setup, but I do have an AMD64 processor. I'm running debian with compiz and it's all good. I think I prefer this distro compared to Ubuntu (or any). However, I did not have any...
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    [all variants] HTPC with xubuntu(?) and xbmc

    Hi!

    I'm thinking of building myself a HTPC and I was hoping that some of you might have some experience to share with me. Maybe some of you have good knowledge about hardware and can contribute...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't find soundcard!

    Thank you very much! This was just what I needed. And, yes, worked fine for Debian.
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    [ubuntu] SOLVED: Can't find soundcard!

    I've just done the stupidest thing. I wanted to update my alsa-driver and looking for the shortest way I ran the script on this site:
    http://www.stchman.com/alsa_update.html

    I'm sure this is a...
  21. Thread: Fan control

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    [ubuntu] Re: Fan control

    What happens if you open Synaptic, and search for lm-sensors? Can you find it, and if so, are you not able to install it?

    You can try have a look at your BIOS setup and see if there's any way to...
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    [all variants] Solved: Fan speed, advanced tweaking

    Hi!

    I have managed to reduce my fan speed for my CPU with pwmconfig. Noise has been reduced, but my two chassis fans are still running at what seems to be full speed. This is not necessary as...
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    Re: HOWTO: Fancontrol

    Thanks for this great HOWTO! I now have full control over the CPU fan and noise level has been reduced considerably. However the two chassis fans still make quite a lot of noise. They seem to be...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Problems, two monitors, DVI and HDMI

    I plugged my TV through VGA instead. The driver detected the TV and I switched to TwinView and restarted. This resulted in no signal on the computer monitor and a 800x600 resolution on the TV. I...
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    [ubuntu] Problems, two monitors, DVI and HDMI

    I can't manage to get two monitors up and running. I have one 22" 1680x1050 LCD Monitor through DVI and one 32" 1366x768 LCD TV connected to the computer through HDMI. My problem is that I can't...
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