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  1. [ubuntu] Telinit on ubuntu 11.04 natty, caused permanent xterm

    Dear fellow Ubus,

    I have been setting the telinit.
    Now all I get is xterm after it boots and I can't seem to restore the original login.

    I've looked through the logs in var (Xorg.0.log and...
  2. [SOLVED] Re: Tribulatious solution: Ubuntu 11.04: Blank white windows when resize or fullscree

    Dear fellow Ubus,

    I regret that the issue has arisen again and isn't solved.
    :(

    g000we
  3. [SOLVED] Tribulatious solution: Ubuntu 11.04: Blank white windows when resize or fullscreen

    Dear fellow Ubus,

    The issue: Whenever an opened window was full size of the screen or if it was larger than 1/4 of the screen, the window would go white/blank. I found the window still functioned,...
  4. Re: HOW TO: Configure wireless cards with Broadcom chipsets

    I have a HP laptop and it has a Broadcom wirless card built in.
    The orange light is constantly on (usually blue when switched on).

    I did the non-dell instructions for a new driver (i.e. Post by...
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    [ubuntu] Java: How do I Increase GC overhead limit

    Dear Ubuntu Gurus,

    I've run a script which I need to parse a lot of data through to a webapp.

    I got this error with my ruby script, running through jruby, firing into an apache webapp:
    ...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Karmic: Cannot detect usb flash drive

    Hi,

    In gnome, I went to the main bar.

    1) System -> Administration -> Synatpic Package Manager
    2) Search on 'usb'.
    3) Selected the checkbox for 'usbmount'.
    4) Click on 'Apply', and another...
  7. [SOLVED] (gedit:3463): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display:

    Title = problem on my machine.

    I went to http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-166863.html and rooted around there. I did the xauth adding part.
    Didn't seem to work!

    I then went to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: sudo: cd: command not found

    Hey,

    Try


    $sudo su -

    cd command your way back to the desired location, and then cd to the directory of want.

    When finished ruining/fixing the system, type "su {username}" to return to...
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