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  1. Re: Super Meat Boy Patch - Fix for "MojoShader compile failed!"

    Thanks for making this an easy fix.
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Script for Mounting Virtualbox VDI in Ubuntu and Debian

    VDIMount has a Permanent home! You can now follow any updates and Subscribe to the RSS feed via it's new page on FileTrip here:...
  3. Update to "HOWTO: Easily modify dependencies of a .deb file"

    Found this script and it's well made. My only gripe is that I hate vi, just isn't intuitive for me. So I just made a quick modification. It will now open with gedit instead and wait for you to save...
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    [ubuntu] Re: USB Printing Support failure

    Try Reinstalling the Printer Driver in the Windows Guest.
  5. [SOLVED] Re: Adjusting guest OS screen resolution in VirtualBox 4.1.8

    Or for OSs that aren't yet supported by Guest Additions(like Windows 8 ) follow the steps here:...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Windows 8 preview in VirtualBox

    Should be useful when Win 8 Customer PReview comes out and I'll really want to start messing around with it :)
  7. Re: HOW TO: Install Canon Pixma mx410 wireless printer

    Thanks for this! I got a Cannon Pixma mx495 on sale at Office Depot and was confused as to why I couldn't change the Print Quality on it while I was able to easily do it on the Network Shared wired...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Installing the most updated Virtualbox

    You have to first Uninstall Virtualbox 3.2 before Installing 4.1.8. Once you've done this you can install Virtualbox 4.1 using the PPA or DEB file available on Virtualbox.org
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    [ubuntu] Re: USB flash drive VERY slow

    Hmm. Try Uninstalling/Reinstalling GE and then if that doesn't help try Uninstalling/Reinstalling VirtualBox.

    PS: Have you tried the Tips I posted in your Thinkpad Topic?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Direct internet access in VmWare

    What you have to do is while the VM is off. Go into it's settings and change the Network Adapter type to "Bridged" then select whatever Network Adapter your Host PC uses to connect to the Router(ie...
  11. Re: Boot an existing XP (Physical HD) install with VirtualBox

    Personally, I think using VMWare vCenter Converter is the easiest way. The software is free and gives you a working VMDK. Then you can just use VirtualBox to boot the VMDK or convert it to a VDI...
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    [ubuntu] Re: USB flash drive VERY slow

    Did you install the Extension Pack to enable USB 2.0 support?

    https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads

    PS: How's the Thinkpad?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Windows 8 preview in VirtualBox

    Yeah the command has to be run on host because obviously the Guest doesn't have anything VirtualBox installed since GE isn't currently compatible.

    PS:Windows 8 Dev Preview is as it's name states a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Windows 8 preview in VirtualBox

    VirtualBox's Guest Additions are not yet compatible with Windows 8. A Workaround for the Screen Resolution problem can be found here:...
  15. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 11.10 through VirtualBox Install Help

    You might want to consider upgrading your RAM. It's pretty cheap these days and if you install the Ubuntu PAE Kernal you will then be able to use up to 4gb of RAM(Although you may see less then that...
  16. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 11.10 through VirtualBox Install Help

    Installing Updates might cause problems because something incompatible is installed by mistake(abridged version). I usually just install without connecting to the Net then install updates later so I...
  17. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 11.10 through VirtualBox Install Help

    All that does is tell Ubuntu whether it should install things like Flash and other non-OpenSource software. Doesn't effect anything except how much Hard Drive space is used.
  18. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 11.10 through VirtualBox Install Help

    Yeah sorry about that, I edited my post to the Correct Answer. I mistook what you were trying to do during my first Read Through of your Post.
  19. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 11.10 through VirtualBox Install Help

    Do this:
    VM Settings-->Storage-->IDE Controller-->Add CD/DVD Device-->Choose disk
    Now Simply Browse to the Ubuntu ISO file.

    After that make sure all the other VM settings are to your liking and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Which Ubuntu for virtualization host

    Just uninstall anything you don't think you need. Synaptic will have discriptions for most apps so if it doesn't seem important you can uninstall it. Just try to avoid things like lib*, ect...
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    [ubuntu] Re: oracle and virtual box ideal settings

    Uninstalling Virtualbox shouldn't delete your VMs. You need to Uninstall VirtualBox and then install it from the VirtualBox.org website via the DEB or PPA, not the Ubuntu Repositories.

    Yeah if it...
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    [ubuntu] Re: oracle and virtual box ideal settings

    Answers:

    1. You only nead a Code to Install the Private Channel to your Roku, once installed the Private Channel will sync to all Rokus attached to your account and they will Update automatically...
  23. [lubuntu] Re: Kernel panic installing Lubuntu onto old Thinkpad

    Here's how to turn off acpi:

    You may have to do this in order for it to work but you may not(can't tell as I don't have your Laptop):
    -Boot into Alternative
    -after it asks you your language...
  24. [lubuntu] Re: Kernel panic installing Lubuntu onto old Thinkpad

    I see, the spec sheet I read must of been for a slightly different model with less RAM, but the CPU specs are the same. Deffinitly try Lubuntu Alternative ISO and see if that works.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Which Ubuntu for virtualization host

    -Install Synaptic Manager if running 11.10+

    sudo apt-get install synaptic
    -Open Synaptic Manager
    -Find any unwanted packages and Right-Click-->Select for Uninstall
    -Once you've finished...
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