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  1. [ubuntu] Pidgin, OpenLDAP, Users changing own passwords

    My issue I think boils down to OpenLDAP. I want my users to be able to change their passwords using the Pidgin chat client. At the moment, I have to set their passwords, and it's a pain.
    OpenLDAP...
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    [SOLVED] Re: VirtualBox and USB

    Yup this works just fine.
    Add your user to vboxusers group, logout, and login.

    Tested on Ubuntu 11.04 virtualbox 4.1.4, Windows XP
  3. [ubuntu] Re: used --ignore-depends because of source install and now dependencies are broken

    I have exactly the same issue, have you come up with a solution yet?
  4. [ubuntu] Re: in unity, how do I disable the window auto resize?

    Lifesaver! Cheers.
    Now I don't have to be afraid of my windows touching the edge of my screen.
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    [gnome] Why does gnome Do need 9 threads?

    I'm running on a box that doesn't have much memory on it, and when flicking through htop, I saw that gnome do is listed 9 times and is consuming a relative ton of memory. Anyone have any ideas, or am...
  6. [SOLVED] Re: "The location is not a folder"message when downloading with Google Chrome

    FYI the fix is:

    sudo apt-get remove libexo-common exo-utils
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    [all variants] Re: Extract images from /var/mail/$USER

    Thanks, I'll give it a shot and report back.
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    [all variants] Re: Extract images from /var/mail/$USER

    I understand that there is munpack, but I really don't know how to use it for more than one message at a time, or where i would start with iterating it over a ton of messages in one file.
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    [all variants] Extract images from /var/mail/$USER

    Hey guys, I searched far and wide for a solution for this, but could not find one.
    I have an 800mb file in /var/mail that presumably contains all the mail that I have recieved/sent. Does anyone...
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    Re: HOW TO: Install and configure lm-sensors

    great writeup, thanks a million.
    up and running and temperature sensoring in minutes.
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