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    [ubuntu] Re: Configuring Acer 6920 Hardware

    That's strange, I have a Aspire 6920 and the cinedash works flawlessly even when on hold at login time (except the volume level indicator, but it does not work on windows either, so I don't realy...
  2. Re: [SOLVED] Unreal Tournament 2004 --> Texture/Effect errors

    I had the same problem on a geForce 7950GT, solved with the new Nvidia drivers.

    Thanks !
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    [all variants] Re: Acer Aspire 8920G

    Thanks for the pointer, I have an Aspire 6920 which have the same audio hardware (and same bugs).

    It helped a lot, the sound quality is far better than it used to be with OSS due to the fact that...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Problem with accessing NTFS partition

    The basic ntfs driver does not support file writing, you must use ntfs-3g.


    sudo apt-get install ntfs-3g

    then for your fstab:

    /dev/sdb2 /media/share ntfs ro,auto,user 0 0

    /dev/sdb2 ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: NTFS Auto Mount at boot

    I suggest that you use ntfs-3g to mout your partition (as opposed to the old ntfs driver).

    To do so, first make sure you have ntfs-3g installed:

    sudo apt-get install ntfs-3g
    Then edit your...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Scan to see what is on USB ports

    To see what's currently connected on your USB ports use:


    lsusb

    add a -v to have maximum data form lsusb.
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    [ubuntu] Re: NFS Server problem

    This was just a warning.
    To pervent it from reapearing, you will have to add no_subtree_check or subtree_check to your config (with ro,async).


    Info from...
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    [all variants] Re: Kernel Utility and other questions

    Well if you want to reconfigure your kernel you need to rebuild it.
    So here's a quick howto (from my memory).


    WARNING: playing with your kernel might cause some big problem on your computer,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wireless connection problems

    I think your card use the madwifi driver and you will need to install the restricted modules package


    gksudo apt-get install linux-restricted-modules

    For more info on the madwifi support...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Could not save the file /etc/syslog.conf.

    Yes as stated above, you need to use "sudo" to gain the right to edit system files (that means almost all files except those in your home folder).

    Or to get the graphical password prompt use...
  11. [ubuntu] Re: easier way to combine multiple pdf's?

    You don't need to compile/install it from source, java use a virtual machine to run it's code, so binary, or bytecode for java, (.jar) should work on all java-enabled OS.

    I hope this helps !
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    [ubuntu] Re: Disk space concerning Wine

    Usualy wine will take the space from your home folder and will install it's stuff in the folder ~/.wine/drive_c.

    If you don't have enough disk space on that partition, you can change your wine...
  13. Re: when will Boost 1.35 be released as an Ubuntu package?

    There is some deb file made for intrepid now and they work with Hardy.

    You can grab them here :
    https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/intrepid/+source/boost1.35/

    Here's a quick route (for 1.35.0-5):
    ...
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