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    Re: Bluetooth set up - Unable to do it

    You don't really need the terminal except in rarest of cases like this, remembering password is must for any OS.
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    Re: Bluetooth set up - Unable to do it

    sudo rfkill unblock all

    Try it and see if it enables bluetooth.
  3. Re: Ubuntu Is Storing Wi-Fi-Passwords in Clear Text By Default

    The Ubuntu installer is the best in its class when it comes to partitioning and encrypting drive during install so I suggest you give it a try next time.
  4. Re: Ubuntu Is Storing Wi-Fi-Passwords in Clear Text By Default

    Encrypt your hdd and password protect it via BIOS and in no way they are getting to any of your passwords.
  5. Re: Pidgin / Empathy cannot connect to Google / MS accounts

    I don't have any trouble with Empathy, initially with 13.10 there was an issue with Facebook but after some updates thats gone, however MSN refused to connect with Empathy, it does connect fine with...
  6. [kubuntu] Re: bumblebee stopped working after upgrade to Saucy

    Bumblebee is now in software center so I suggest you purge remove nvidia and bumblebee as well as remove bumblebee ppa and then do a reinstall with nvidia-319-updates, linux-headers-generic,...
  7. Re: lower performance then when i ran windows? please help.

    Have you tried a lighter DE like Lubuntu?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Bluetooth icon dropdown menu

    This is a bug, I have to turn off and turn on bluetooth via system settings>bluetooth rather than the indicator.
  9. [ubuntu] Re: 12.04 - Failed to load amd64-ucode/microcode_amd_fam16h - Cannot resolve

    You are running kernel 3.8 which is the latest stack, the amd microcode is included in the kenrel itself so remove the microcode and ppa.
  10. [ubuntu] Re: 12.04 - Failed to load amd64-ucode/microcode_amd_fam16h - Cannot resolve

    If you have updated to latest kernel stack for Ubuntu LTS, remove the ppa as the microcode is included.
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    Re: Unhappy with Ubuntu performance.

    Ubuntu 13.10 like Fedora is cutting edge so expect some initial hiccups but after few updates, it now runs rock stable. Also to assess Ubuntu, run their superb LTS version which has no comparison to...
  12. Re: laptop with optimus(nvidia 640) and vmware 3d accel??

    Remove bumblebee, install nvidia-319-updates linux-headers-generic and nvidia-prime your nvidia gpu will be on all the time and used for rendering and Intel will only be used for display. You will...
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    Re: Why does nothing work

    Have you used Ubuntu 12.04LTS, its the most stable distro around with long term support. Everything works on it because it uses packages that are thoroughly tested.
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    [xubuntu] Re: Openshot video editor: crashing

    This looks like classic compiz/driver issue.
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    [xubuntu] Re: Openshot video editor: crashing

    Do you have video card? If so have you installed its drivers? I edit AVCD format movies whose sizes are over 3GB and never face any crashes with Open shot. This looks like a driver issue. Start Open...
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    [ubuntu] Re: NVIDIA Package?

    If you are using nvidia-prime, remove it first along with the drivers with the --purge command to install bumblebee, bumblebee-nvidia, linux-headers-generic and nvidia-319-updates
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    Re: Skype crashes when accepting a call

    Skype installed from Software center never crashes here, from 12.04 to the latest 13.10
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Use ONLY nVidia discrete graphics on Optimus laptop N56VZ Ubuntu 13.04

    One reason is framerate, its far higher with nvidia-prime than Bumblebee.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Matlab Desktop Icon

    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MATLAB Follow the instructions here, works well with me.
  20. [all variants] Re: CPU Scaling intel_pstate testing (3.10 kernel)

    pstate can be easily enabled via grub, just add intel_pstate=enable and it works, if you want to make it even more effective compile Intel Thermal Daemon from the git, it works well in conjunction...
  21. [all variants] Re: CPU Scaling intel_pstate testing (3.10 kernel)

    It controls the temperature, as mentioned the BIOS controls the fans. So if your temp is low for the BIOS threshold, its off. There is an utility called Thinkfan to control fans on Thinkpad.
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    Re: nvidia drivers failing in 13.10

    Did you install linux-headers-generic? nvidia prime works fine here but the laptop runs hot and uses more battery. Also no control for gamma or brightness possible.
  23. [ubuntu] Re: How to deal with the overheat when ubuntu 13.10 is going on?

    If its a hybrid graphic system laptop, install the drivers, either nvidia or amd and also install bumblebee package.
  24. nvidia discrete card woes continues with 13.10

    Tried Saucy final on my ASUS i7 laptop with nvidia discrete card. Sadly nvidia with nvidia prime leaves the card on by default raising the system temperature. Also even though Ubuntu Saucy uses...
  25. Re: ASUS K95VM DUAL BOOT UBUNTU & WIN7 - UBUNTU OVERHEATS IN 20 sec & CRASHES, WIN7 C

    Try downloading latest Ubuntu 13.10 beta which has newer kernel, then install Bumblebee and nvidai driver to see if this issue persists.
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