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    [SOLVED] Re: Samba Problem 9.04->9.10

    For any people having the same problem:
    After migrating smbpasswd to tdbsam (see Configuration Changes: http://www.samba.org/samba/history/samba-3.4.0.html), the Windows XP machines can log in...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Samba Problem 9.04->9.10

    sudo /etc/init.d/samba status:

    * nmbd is running
    * smbd is running

    Furthermore testparm returns:

    Load smb config files from /etc/samba/smb.conf
    Processing section "[home]"
    Processing...
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    [SOLVED] Samba Problem 9.04->9.10

    Hello!

    I recently upgraded our Ubuntu Server from 9.04 to 9.10.
    In the progress our samba primary domain controller got updated from >3.2.0 to 3.4.0.

    Now, access of the shares is still...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Translate NPC Secure Client to VPNC

    Any advice, hints, or at least ideas how I could solve or otherwise bypass this problem?
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    [ubuntu] Translate NPC Secure Client to VPNC

    Hello!

    I am currently working as software engineer in a small company.
    Our development notebooks currently run Windows Vista, while I personally use Linux on all of my computers.

    Because...
  6. Re: btnx: Send keyboard and mouse combination events with mouse buttons

    Optimum would be an automatic detection window/field, of course.
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    Re: Do you use Tomboy?

    I use it quite often, since I don't like to have multiple files with notes lying around. Furthermore, one file with all the notes would become quite confusing after a while.

    Most often, I save...
  8. Re: btnx: Send keyboard and mouse combination events with mouse buttons

    Thanks a lot, everything works like a charm now! =D>

    I encountered a little problem, though. If you manually write something like "KEY_E KEY_B" in the keycode input field, you get a "Wrong...
  9. Re: Europeens, how is Holloween "treated" in your country?

    In (at least some parts of) Austria, people go to halloween-parties which are just like regular ones,
    except for a few people wearing costumes and the rooms being decorated in a "spooky" way....
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    Re: What annoys you in life?

    People that listen to music in public transportation without using earphones! Sooo annoying! :evil:
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    Re: Do you still use Windows at all?

    Only at work.

    At home I use it with VMWare, but only if I want to work with Photoshop or if someone forgot to unmount my external NTFS-HD.

    In my opinion, the choice for regular users is not...
  12. Re: What was the first thing you noticed in Gutsy?

    The new wallpaper (I hate it! [-().

    And after that, the fact that i got compiz working after a few clicks, even with my ATI card. :)
  13. Poll: Re: ||| Which kind of Brain do you have? ||| Right Brain vs Left Brain test |||

    Right brain, but can change it around with some concentration.
  14. Re: On-screen notification of new Thunderbird email

    Just in case someone has the same problem that I had:
    The mail-notification in the Ubuntu repository has the feature to execute a script if new mail arrives (only once if there is new mail, not once...
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    Re: help with regexp

    Edit: Sorry, totally overlooked that one!
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    Re: G15 Keyboard

    Hello Arukas!

    I recommend using xbindkeys (see http://hocwp.free.fr/xbindkeys/xbindkeys.html).

    I only have german speaking sources, but I think this will help you:


    #G1
    "Command"
    ...
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    Re: two-player FPS

    Facility, Toilet, Proximity Mines :D
  18. Re: Is the Java 6 shipped with Ubuntu 7.04

    I don't think that it is shipped with the SDK, but it is easily installed and configured within 5 minutes.

    Do you want to develop java using the live-cd?
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    Re: two-player FPS

    Alright. Sorry for misunderstanding you, and sorry for not knowing such a game! :(
    But at least further readers will now know what you are looking for!
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    Re: two-player FPS

    Are you perhaps looking for a shooter which is played from the bird's eye view and can be played by two players at the same time with one keyboard?

    I honestly don't know a 2 player FPS shooter for...
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    Re: two-player FPS

    They don't even have to set up an online game with a password, but simply a LAN game.

    I currently can't tell you, adidaq, what you have to do exactly to establish a LAN game, but it is definitely...
  22. Re: On-screen notification of new Thunderbird email

    Griaß di Woifal! ;)

    Could you please be more specific about what exactly Thunderbird 2.0.0.6 has built-in in case you misunderstood me?

    What I need are features that let me:
    - execute a...
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    Re: two-player FPS

    You might like warsow. :)
    http://www.warsow.net/
  24. Re: On-screen notification of new Thunderbird email

    Hello!

    I am currently writing a bash-script, which displays mail-information on the display of my logitech G15 when thunderbird receives a new mail.
    I did this by installing the extension “Mail...
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    Re: Application Development in Ubuntu

    You might want to check out "Eclipse", which should be installed on your Ubuntu system by default.
    Eclipse is a great development environment for java, c++ and many other languages. It also spares...
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