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    [ubuntu] Re: what video card

    Maybe this can help: http://www.ubuntu.com/certification/catalog/category/VIDEO/
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    Re: How Exactly do I Install C and C++?

    Would it be better to also add -march="your processor/architecture" to make the fastest executable for you machine.
    And when using the math routines add -lm at the END of the cc/gcc commandline
    ...
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    Re: How Exactly do I Install C and C++?

    Maybe another tip.
    If not very familiar with C and C++ it would be helpfull to use a developers gui with commandcompletion.

    I used a few days ago the QT- developers suit. That is a real nice...
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    Re: How Exactly do I Install C and C++?

    Then the next question is do you want just build a program or a windows/gui program.
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    Re: Root freezing.

    I don't get this story, but deleting the root account is not a wise decission. You can delete the root-home dir. but why?
    But the root-id is realy needed, if you delete is I bet your system is dead....
  6. Re: Is it possible to make an external harddrive internal?

    Its not an advice but I bet they don't make special disks for external use.
    When you would able to open it up without damaging you would find a 2.5 inch disk in it. My guess on the picture at...
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    [xubuntu] Re: I can't find where I open my floppy ?

    if the floppy driver/module is activ, then you can mount the floppy inside your nautilus i.e.
    But doing it by hand is not forbidden.:D then you devicefile would probably be /dev/fd0
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    [ubuntu] Re: Access site from network by hostname

    Does your firewall allow connections from outside world? I mean, ping is not enough. must have allowed port 80.
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    [xubuntu] Re: I can't find where I open my floppy ?

    I do not know for sure, but maby you also need to load the floppy kernel module.

    you can check if it is loaded with,

    lsmod | grep flop

    if it is not loaded, then,

    sudo modprobe floppy ,...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Flash not working in 10.04, 12.04

    I found at another forum and can confirm it is because the latest flashplayers are compiled with sse2 support.
    Much of the old but still in use, mostly AMD cpu's, don't have SSE2. Thats is the...
  11. [lubuntu] [solved] Floppy kernel module not automatic loaded

    Running ubuntu 12.04 I tried to use the floppy drive and found it not usable.
    No devicefiles , no kernel module loaded.
    Luckily it is available so I could modprobe floppy and be able to use it...
  12. [xubuntu] Re: How to save updates instead of only installing

    Thats fine with me too. I expected them to be erased, so would make my own copy..
    But I can live with that for the moment. Thanks.
  13. [xubuntu] How to save updates instead of only installing

    Because Xubuntu 11.10 is almost at end of support, how can I save the latest repository of the files to be updated.
    Where can I find some docs about it. In fact it is downloading the updated files...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Unable to access Samba shares.

    For Unix and Linux systems you can use NFS. To mount from windows you can use samba/cifs . Or if you want to, you also can get a free version of some nfsserver and or client for windows. Windows...
  15. Re: Window control buttons gone - can I reinstall them?

    A few days ago I had a simmilar situation. I just logged in into gnome default, whith the lefthanded buttonbar. Then logged in into classic mode and got my windowdecoration back.
  16. [ubuntu] Re: Cannot update, /boot would be too small?

    Thanks Oldos2er, I have read that document and just because of whats written in it, I am very curious why the PAE kernel is on my system.
    I have a 32 bit system with less then 1 Gb mem. So it...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Unable to access Samba shares.

    Sorry , smbfind does not exist on my system, so go for smbclient.

    smbclient -L address -U username

    It will ask for a passwd or just give return.

    In both cases you should get some...
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    [ubuntu] Re: New ISP = fewer websites!

    Do you have a real ethernet connection or PPPoE or even different. Several protocols several packetlength.
    Strange you have to take notice of, I would think it is an automatic process.

    For some...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: Cannot update, /boot would be too small?

    Meanwhile I renamed all the pae related files and dirs. The system boots normal.
    Why is the pae kernel put on my system !. And why can't I remove it the normal way ?

    When I start update and...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: 10.04 server crash, boot fail, now warnings "grub-probe: sending ioctl 1261 to a

    If this is realy another error then that one of grub-probe, then I would suggest a fsck from the disks.
    I would go for : sudo touch /forcefsck

    Then a reboot ofcource.
  21. [ubuntu] Re: 10.04 server crash, boot fail, now warnings "grub-probe: sending ioctl 1261 to a

    I did a quck scan on the net, and it seems to be a bug in the kernel 3.2.* ( not sure which ) but it would not be harmfull.
    My idea , it is also related to ext4, the messages seems only to arise in...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Oneiric 11.10 Kernel 3.0.0-32-generic Boot issue and acting strange like a virus!

    After the check is done, the system is up and running you can have a look at the loggings. I think /var/log/kern.log and /var/log/syslog
    could give messages about the disks.

    The command ...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: Oneiric 11.10 Kernel 3.0.0-32-generic Boot issue and acting strange like a virus!

    fsck is the way to check your disks integrity. There may be undetected errors sometimes.
    Depending on when the last check was done automaticly it may not help.
    However it does not harm when you...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Cannot update, /boot would be too small?

    Thanks for those reactions. And yes I know how to partition, thats not the point. My problem is in Why the update process takes so much space in /boot. It never happend before and a boot of 128MB ...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Cannot update, /boot would be too small?

    Would a few of you post please the kernel sizes as I did in the post #5 but for the kernels 3.2.* and 3.5.* That would help me a lot.
    Thanks in advance.
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