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  1. Thread: T101 Microphone

    by fishyf
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    [SOLVED] Re: Toshiba T110 Microphone

    Sorry: the title was incorrect. Fixed here.
  2. Thread: T101 Microphone

    by fishyf
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    [SOLVED] T101 Microphone

    The new kernel, 2.6.32-23-generic, broke the previous solution to fixing the internal microphone on the T110.

    The fix is to install previous alsa module


    sudo aptitude install...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Toshiba T110/00D woes :'(

    Headphone socket now works. Solution is here: http://osdir.com/ml/ubuntu-users/2010-05/msg00611.html
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    [SOLVED] Re: Toshiba T110/00D woes :'(

    Microphone works now.

    Solution is hinted at here: http://zongosaiba.blogspot.com/2010/02/audio-on-toshiba-t110.html

    sudo apt-get install gnome-alsamixer

    Then run it.
    There are a number of...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Toshiba T110/00D woes :'(

    I have Ubuntu (Current version of Lucid Lynx) working on a TT110 13H.

    The wireless worked on a recent update. In fact, almost everything that I've tested works properly on the current update with...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Xournal not working

    Same problem here ... running xournal 0.4.5 on Ubuntu Karmic.

    A bug report on the xournal website indicated that a work around is to select oprions and turn off Xinput.
    This isn't ideal but...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 9.10-waiting to mount /dev/mapper/cryptswap1 in /etc/fstab at startup

    By the way, a quick fix is to use an unencrypted swap by deleting the entry in /etc/crypttab and adding an entry in /etc/fstab.
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 9.10-waiting to mount /dev/mapper/cryptswap1 in /etc/fstab at startup

    Well, today I attempted up upgrade from Jaunty to Karmic using the Update Manager.
    After a number of hours, I have now arrived at a boot screen that displays this message and does not proceed.
    I am...
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    [ubuntu] Re: internal audio panel analog control

    This is easy to fix when you know how.

    Right click on the panel, and select add to panel. Then select the notification panel. This will add the network, power, audio and bluetooth icons. They come...
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    [ubuntu] Jaunty, eee, WPA. WiCD

    There I was very productive with Jaunty on my eee 1000. Then we got a new wireless router and it came with WPA encryption. Now the eee used to work with WPA, but something broke it. So I googled...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Creating a bootable image

    From a terminal run the following command:

    dpkg --get-selections > apps.txt


    This will store a list of every application that is currently installed to a file called apps.txt. If you are...
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    Re: start directly O.S. in usb

    I was thinking of doing this. As I understand it, if you start using the USB key that you have, it pretty much mimics the install CD and it is not the ideal way to operate.

    You should get a second...
  13. Re: How to install the latest versions of Chrome and Epiphany (webkit) browsers on Ja

    I believe that with the newer developer's versions of chrome, this is largely outdated. I downloaded the deb from http://www.google.com/chrome/intl/en/eula_dev.html?dl=unstable_i386_deb and it said...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Partition table bad on NTFS

    That's an interesting one.

    I suspect that the partition type is what is causing the problem for windows. See http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-579677.html

    Here is one approach. If you...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to show system hidden files?

    Can you open a terminal in the folder and type

    ls -al

    If there are too many files to fit in a screen, try

    ls -al | less
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wiping a Hard Drive

    You will likely want to overwrite all the disk as otherwise files that are deleted by the file system are possibly recoverable. That means 1 minute per GB of every G on the hard disk. It is a long...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wiping a Hard Drive

    Don't use fdisk, that only overwrites the partition table. Just overwrite the entire contents of the disk once and you will be safe. No need to destroy the disk.

    assuming /dev/sda is the disk you...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Suspend makes /home readonly

    bump
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    [ubuntu] Re: Virtualbox Hard Crash

    I've had the same problem for a while. It might be because I created the disk image in OSE (the open source version of VirtualBox) and then because of problems I had with that, when to the 3.04...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: How do I remove disks from the Places menu?

    Start up Nautilus and select Bookmarks from the menu. Edit Bookmarks will do what you want.

    You can start nautilus by going to places and Home Folder (but you probably knew that)

    Edit:
    I just...
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    [ubuntu] Suspend makes /home readonly

    Hi,
    When my Jaunty installation wakes up from suspend to RAM, my home partition becomes readonly. The root file system stays writable.

    My home partition is a little unusual; it is an ext4...
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    [ubuntu] Re: sdhc card files not being seen

    What was the Laptop?

    It could be that the files were hidden or that permissions did not allow you to see them. Were you logged in as the same user that created the files.

    Open a terminal in the...
  23. Re: Any small problems I should know about before installing?

    I installed it on a 901 and the wireless didn't work out of the box, but connected to the wired network, downloaded updates and it worked fine. The wireless encryption was WEP.


    I also installed...
  24. Thread: SD Card problem

    by fishyf
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    [ubuntu] Re: SD Card problem

    Well, I had exactly the same problem. It was actually a microSD card in an SD package. I rearranged the microSD card within the SD package and it worked.

    So it might work if you clean the...
  25. [all variants] Re: New to Ubuntu, still Windows user, convince me!

    Well, in your situation, I wouldn't recommend you switch from XP. The setup you are comfortable with wouldn't be straightforward to replicate in Ubuntu.

    Instead, I would recommend you get another...
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