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    Re: evolution-data-server-goa bug?

    I had the same problem exactly, but later updates have fixed the problem. You might give Saucy another run with the updates and see how it does.
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    Re: wireless dropping - iwlwifi

    I'm impressed! That would be a very difficult problem to track down. Congratulations on finding what was causing the problem (although it's probably more annoying because the fix will cost you a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: /usr/bin/ld: error : incompatible target

    Just to try to help a tiny bit: You've posted your question in a section (Ubuntu+1) that deals with testing the version of Ubuntu that is currently in development and is scheduled to be released in a...
  4. Thread: Skype

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    [ubuntu] Re: Skype

    I had to remove Skype and skype-bin before installing the new one:]
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    Re: **! Resolution !**

    Most of the people here aren't developers. They're testers, for the most part, and some are pretty knowledgeable, but most are not involved with writing the code. Try to remember that this is...
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    Re: Chromium Likely to Replace Firefox

    We like having young Linux users, of course, and some are capable and impressive users and contributors. Of course, when they act like fourteen-year-olds we have to remember that we were all young...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Skype

    Thunderbird (17.05) is still working here on a Saucy system that was upgraded from 13.04. It's running the new 3.9.0.2 kernel that was pushed out last evening.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Now I am Mad! :p

    Thauthy Thoftware Thenter?
  9. Broadcom driver fixed with 3.9.0.2 kernel

    Since running Saucy with the 3.9 kernel I have been unable to use the Broadcom wifi adapter in my laptop. When the 3.9.0.2 kernel was pushed last evening, I was hopeful, but still no fix. But this...
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    Re: 3.9 is here...

    You probably are ... lots of us are. It's a known issue in the 3.9 kernel (assuming you have a Broadcom).
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    Re: 3.9 kernel and broadcom drivers

    I disabled the proprietary driver and thought I'd need to install a new driver, but surprisingly - it started working! Not as good as the proprietary driver (when it worked before 3.9), but it...
  12. [all variants] Re: A Friendly Reminder: It's now past 21:00 UTC on May 2nd!

    I'm Raring to go ... er, um, I mean, I'm feeling Saucy!
  13. Thread: Name change

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    Poll: Re: Name change

    Judging by the number of posts, perhaps it should be called "Nvidia testing". :p (I'm not complaining, rather, I pity those who've had so many problems with Nvidia.)

    Actually, I think "U+1" is...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 13.04 ambiance theme with dark sidebar

    I like it, although it doesn't look so good with the latest Nautilus that's included by default with 13.04. It looks fine with Nautilus 3.4 that comes with 12.10, but not the 3.8 that comes with...
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    Re: We're nearly there and i'm impressed!

    Ditto. Although in my case, I had installed it on a four-and-a-half year-old Dell laptop, so it isn't really the latest hardware. I installed Raring right after the release of 12.10, so I've run it...
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    Re: AMD Radeon HD 6450 in Ubuntu 13.04 Beta 2

    Don't apologize for your "horrible english," as it seems quite good.
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    [ubuntu] Re: New Kernel 3.8.0-19 just arrived.

    Quite right. On the other hand, you can still view it as turning counter-clockwise, but now instead of something like a swirling storm, you can view it as a rotary saw blade.
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    [ubuntu] Re: New Kernel 3.8.0-19 just arrived.

    Maybe that's actually the South Pole! Well, unless you use the, um, circular reasoning that the North Pole is the one that when viewed from, um, above, shows the rotation as counter-clockwise.

    Of...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Issues with 13.04

    I don't think you were being stupid, and I think we can all see how what happened would be very frustrating. On the other hand, you should know that what happened to you isn't something that many...
  20. Re: Ubuntu-Tweak PPA 404'd & Raring/main i386 packages: Updater failed

    Oh, I came across the missing "gksudo" command as well. In my case, I was trying to open gedit with gksudo, but after I got the error message I used sudo instead and it worked just fine, just as...
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    [ubuntu] Re: ryanvade's issues with 13.04

    I have been using Unity exclusively since testing 13.04 (right after 12.10 was released) and have rarely had any problems with it. I'm not denying the problems you've had, but for me it's been about...
  22. Re: Ubuntu-Tweak PPA 404'd & Raring/main i386 packages: Updater failed

    Yeah, I don't think Ubuntu Tweak has a completed version for Raring yet, but you can use the testing PPA for it (there is a Raring version there). It's: ppa:ubuntu-tweak-testing/ppa

    This version,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: ryanvade's issues with 13.04

    Ryanvade,

    I also installed Ubuntu 13.04 on my laptop (I assume you put yours on a laptop because you say you're missing the power indicator), and I have had exactly none of the problems you're...
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    Re: Problems with 13.04

    I installed Raring today from the latest ISO, and Thunderbird worked just fine. When I opened it to set up my account, it found it and logged me in just as it should. So I don't know if the problem...
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    Re: Problems with 13.04

    I used IMAP, which was the same as how I had set it up on my other computer. In earlier installs, there were never any problems at all, just this one - which I suspect is due to some change either...
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