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During 10.04 install I ran into an error every time I tried to install packages, so I just skipped the step figuring I'd do it later.
Boot up, nothing but the cd in /etc/apt/sources.list. Does...
glad it helped you.
I've found my resolv.conf does not get updated when connecting to an open wireless network.
wicd version 1.6.1
$ uname -a
Linux GNUMachine 2.6.32 #1 SMP Mon Jan 25 18:31:32 PST...
Well, I spent a week thinking this over before I posted only to figure it out 30 seconds after hitting submit. If anyone else is having the same problem on a 64 bit install:
When I try to play a game that uses 3D graphics, I usually just get a blank screen. Running games using wine I get this error:
err:winediag:X11DRV_WineGL_InitOpenglInfo Direct rendering is...
Doesn't look like it at the moment.
You can hit alt + f2 to run it, or append a & to the end of the commands.
Same issue there, but thank you.
Thanks for the quick reply and the link, but unfortunately:
Had you already tried booting with it plugged in or did you only try booting on battery power?
I'm trying to control the fan speeds on my Dell 1420, bios revision A10.
I have i8kmon temperatures set up the way I think I want them. However every time i8kmon adjusts the fan speed, the fans go...
The only things I saw different are pulse audio and bonobo between 10:54-10:55
This line causes conky to not display for me in xfce on jaunty.
Do you have another OS installed on other partitions?
First install wine, it should be in the repositories. If not you can get a deb from getdeb.
sudo aptitude update && sudo aptitude install wine
Configure wine. You need to run the command,...
try running packettracer from the terminal.
find / -name gnome
Unless you're running 5.04, you probably don't might want to look at another guide...
Anyway, you don't have permission to save because you're not editing /etc/X11/xorg.conf as root.
Agreed. I've never had any problems with ipods & linux. There are plenty of apps that can synch and manage playlists, including:
Rythmbox (May have spelled that one wrong)...
All you have to do there is disable booting from anything but the HD, and password protect the bios.
The way I usually do it is through an already installed system. I download the iso I want, install the usb creator in synaptic, and in xubuntu it's applications>system>create usb