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  1. Re: Ubuntu 13.10 Wi Fi Keeps asking for authentication

    If you look here (older question but sounds the same):

    http://askubuntu.com/questions/64903/network-manager-forgets-wireless-password-after-sleeping-or-powering-off

    The provided answer seems to...
  2. [SOLVED] Re: Can Ubuntu Libre Office files be opened by Windows?

    I have some recent experience with this, an the answer is "yes and no". I was working on a document that needed images adding by another member of the team. So I did my sections and then put it...
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    Re: how can i reduce the swap memory

    This is less important these days. The average RAM on even laptops is towards 8/16GB now.
    Would really don't need much more than 5GB Swap (you probably wont even use that to be honest -- unless you...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: beginner's guide to setting up an email server

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    Mail server
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    Does this mean you already have these installed? (i.e. already have the mail server ready to go?)

    If you havent set these up ye,t then I can recommend...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Firefox can't open php file from apache2 server on localhost

    This worked perfectly for me!
    Much obliged.
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    [ubuntu] Re: upgrading from 8.04 LTS to 10.04 LTS?

    If your home folder is on a separate partition, then you wont have to loose anything, just tell the new install where you current home drive is.

    This means that when you boot into your new system,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to find Email spoofing?

    Am I being stupid or cant you just look at the header to see where the email originated, I dont think this can be faked, as it shows where an email has been passed through.

    I.E. you can say you...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Logging on to a Computer Remotely

    Yup, this is actually a security thing. It is trying to prevent a man in the middle attack.

    as previously stated you can remove the line, feel free to delete the whole .ssh folder if you have not...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Windows 7/Ubuntu dual boot partition sizes

    As stated by previous people: I would suggest around 100Gb for windows, 20-40Gb or ubuntu. Then the rest for your /home partition.

    Having a seperate /home partition will be very helpfull if you...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Setting a user account without a password

    He likelly wants to have a guest account for any visitors who pop over and want to use teh machine.

    As stated i would just create a "Guest" account, with the password of "password" or something. ...
  11. Thread: Root and User

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    [ubuntu] Re: Root and User

    When it is asking you for your password it is asking if it is ok to perform some sort of operation which required root privilages.

    Think of it this way. If you get a virus or someone manages to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How do you add a different display option?

    Dont you need to install your graphics drivers before all of the resolutions become available?

    What graphics card do you have.
    If you go to:

    SYSTEM -> ADMINISTRATION ->HARDWARE...
  13. [SOLVED] Re: 9.10 - Wanting to get rid of GRUB 2 men, boot directly to Ubuntu

    Yes, changing it to 0 will affectivelly bypas it, you wont see it.

    Gaw
  14. [all variants] Re: different user accounts = different settings in rhythmbox?

    Every account will have a folder in theri home called:

    .rhythmbox

    which will hold the settings, so your computer will have 2 files:

    /home/userA/.rhythmbox
    and
    /home/userB/.rhythmbox
  15. [SOLVED] Re: 9.10 - Wanting to get rid of GRUB 2 men, boot directly to Ubuntu

    Sounds like you want to set the Second to 0.
    So that when you see the first one you wioll still be able to pick windows or Ubuntu, but then the second one will zip straight through and start loading...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Videos to Ipod software?

    I think it might be just ITunes which does this.
    You might have to use Windows for this operation im afraid (Which is why ipods are bad - ITunes is not available for linux)

    Gaw
  17. Thread: update manager

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    [ubuntu] Re: update manager

    Im pretty sure that the Update manager will update packages.

    For example say your using program X.V2 and a new stable release of X.V3 is available in the repositories, then the update manager will...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Need help with desktop effects

    Whats happening here is that when you Reboot the live cd starts over again, and doesnt know that you wanted to install teh drivers. BEcause the state you left it in cant be saved, because its a CD,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SAMBA "file Sharing"

    Does it work the other way?

    on your windows box go to start -> run -> //ubuntu-computer-name

    check whether they are able to ping each other.
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    [ubuntu] Re: SAMBA "file Sharing"

    When you are in the NETWORK section where itshows the "Windows Network" try and use the computer name in the address:

    For example in the address bar type:

    smb://windows-computer-name

    Usually...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Ubuntu for Human Doing

    Im really not sure how well office is going to run under an enulated windows environment.

    Have you looked at: OpenOffice
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    [ubuntu] Re: changing file permission

    GUI way is to Right Click on the file or folder, and go to permissions.

    THen you can change the 3 levels of permissions. (Owner, group, all)
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    [SOLVED] Re: Boot screen shows 2 different kernels.

    Dont worry.

    Everything is fine.

    Firstly the 2 versions of linux is because you have updated.

    If you look at the numbers:

    kernel 2.6.28-15-generic
    kernel 2.6.28-11-generic
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Error: Dependency is not satisfiable: python-support (>= 0.90.0)

    lol, my bad.

    should have been.


    sudo apt-get update


    But i dont think that is going to help. Which version of python-support does synaptic say you have installed?
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Error: Dependency is not satisfiable: python-support (>= 0.90.0)

    you could try to do



    sudo apt-get install python-support


    or
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