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    Re: Ubuntu Forum Users - Personal Blogs/ Webs

    This is my blog ...

    http://customisinglife.wordpress.com

    Started as an anything goes blog, but I'm starting to lean towards blogging about what I do with Xubuntu.
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    Re: Cracking Closed source code

    Indeed.

    But even SAMBA have come out and said that they only wish to see Microsoft code, so they can make GNU/Linux interoperative. They don't actually want to use it. They want to use their own...
  3. Thread: Cedega CVS?

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    Re: Cedega CVS?

    CVS Cedega is what used to be known as WineX, does not have code such as copy protection and texture compression.

    The Cedega Timedemo is a fully-featured version of Cedega, it's all there. The...
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    Re: what does Cedega run

    The processor can be 64bit, that's not a problem, it's the OS that's the key.

    Do you run the 32bit or 64bit version of Ubuntu? Running wine will only be an issue if you use the 64bit version of...
  5. Thread: Cedega CVS?

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    Re: Cedega CVS?

    CVS Cedega doesn't contain any of the 'goodies' that the paid version does, like DirectX support, the MS fonts (I think).

    I could be way wrong, but from what I've read on the Trangaming forums, is...
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    Re: what does Cedega run

    You might have better success with Wine, which is kinda Cedega without the DirectX. Plus it's free in every sense of the word, and easy to install.

    You can browse their Application Database to...
  7. Thread: Alacarte Forum

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    Re: Alacarte Forum

    You can find out what's going on with Alacarte and other projects from Amaranth at his blog (at least I do)

    http://www.realistanew.com/
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    Re: Global: Forum will be....

    No that's Symantec. ;) I thought I'd spelt it right because I knew it wasn't the software company #-o

    Oh well...
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    Re: Global: Forum will be....

    I know this is splitting hairs, but to me if a time zone is said to be before GMT, then it is GMT + n hours.

    I am GMT+10 in Sydney, meaning 7:00pm on the 10th of June occurs 10 hours before 7:00pm...
  10. Thread: xlibs

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    Re: xlibs

    You mean the xlibs-dev package?

    The main repository has these.
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    Re: scilab and octave help required

    To quit a man page, use the 'q' button.
    Octave uses very similar commands to MATLAB. When I was at Uni, we used to use MATLAB in engineering, and Octave on UNIX machines in maths. I found them to...
  12. Re: Technically restricting non-free software in ubuntu

    I think the poster is referring to non-free software, not illegal software. In which case, the default Ubuntu installation does not contain any non-free software.

    Vayu, I think you are right, you...
  13. Thread: Bean issues.

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    Re: Bean issues.

    I'd agree. My beans picture changed at 1811 posts. But my 'bean type' stayed the same.
  14. Thread: Dapper_Pack

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    Re: Dapper_Pack

    Ah cool! Its all ok now. The problem was that I had put them under ~/.themes/Dapper_Pack/...

    They each have to be in their own folder underneath ~/.themes, ie

    ~/.themes/Dapper...
  15. Thread: Dapper_Pack

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    Re: Dapper_Pack

    I have the clearlooks/ubuntulooks engines installed. I think my problem is I don't know how to install themes manually. Do I put them in ~/.themes?
  16. Thread: Dapper_Pack

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    Re: Dapper_Pack

    Can I use these in Xubuntu? I wouldn't have a clue how.
  17. Re: Create your own udev rules to control removable devices

    Ok that's great. Makes sense to have it there, along with countless others (gdm, powernowd, firestarter, etc)

    Thanks for pointing that out! I shall edit the original post and include that if I...
  18. Re: Create your own udev rules to control removable devices

    You don't need autofs. If you are using the gnome-volume-manager (default Ubuntu/GNOME installation = yes), it should handle the automounting.

    All udev does is set the device node for the...
  19. Re: Create your own udev rules to control removable devices

    The version of udev in Dapper doesn't seem to have or use udevstart. I ended up re-booting to affect the changes when I tried this in Dapper.

    I'm sure there must be another way though.

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    Re: device drvier compile problem

    I'm glad you solved the problem. I guess I can allow the large text just this one last time! ;)
  21. Re: Create your own udev rules to control removable devices

    Thanks for the feedback.

    I actually wrote this after a thread where several people were encountering the same issue with USB devices. It does look like hard work, but it's mostly documenting...
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    Re: Dependancy tracker

    There is a better way that escapes me, but you could use the simulate function of apt-get


    sudo apt-get install -s nautilus
    Which will list the packages that will be installed to get nautilus...
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    Re: device drvier compile problem

    The Ubuntu kernel was compiled with the GNU C Compiler v3.4 (gcc-3.4) not gcc-4.0, which it seems you have installed.

    First install the older compiler

    sudo apt-get install gcc-3.4
    Then use...
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    Re: Dependency Error - mplayer

    Okay mplayer is in the security section of the multiverse repository

    Ubuntu Packages - mplayer

    So I would add the multiverse repository, both the archive and security sections, and comment out...
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    Re: Dependency Error - mplayer

    I believe this error occurs when you use repositories that have mis-matching lists on the latest available packages.

    Are you using the stock Breezy repositories or have you added any custom...
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