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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Samsung WEP470 Bluetooth Headset pairs, but unusable.

    That's awesome Cherry! Glad you were able to get it to work. Was it the WEP470 or WEP490 you had? I never did get the WEP470 to go beyond connecting, and eventually gave up. Gave it to a friend...
  2. [ubuntu] Samsung WEP470 Bluetooth Headset pairs, but unusable.

    Hello, I have a bluetooth headset that I just can't seem to set up under Ubuntu 10.04LTS x64. The dongle is: Bus 005 Device 002: ID 1131:1001 Integrated System Solution Corp. KY-BT100 Bluetooth...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu total newbie

    I agree with lrgmmc, I think it's a kernel panic or other similar problem. I'd try a different version of Ubuntu. Chances are the newer kernel doesn't support your older hardware anymore. Maybe...
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    Re: Directvnc Framebuffer errors

    I'm running a 10.04 server, and I have directvnc working properly. You must download the 0.7.6 version, along with the libdirectfb-1.2-9.


    wget...
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    Re: install linux on a old machine

    You might want to try pulling the hard drive from the old pc. Using a laptop-IDE/USB adapter, put it in another pc just to install the OS, and plug it back into the old PC. I've done that a few...
  6. Re: Using Ubuntu repo's on a Debian install?

    To my knowledge Debian uses apt-get already. Debian should have very similar packages. Could be wrong. I think if you use the testing repositories for Debian you should be fine.

    EDIT: If you...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Install Ubuntu to external HDD, now internal Windows won't boot

    Sorry it took me so long to reply. If something was on your /dev/sdbx drive, i'd say it's gone now unfortunately. It can't find a valid partition table, meaning the Ubuntu installer was probably in...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Backing up a server to an external drive

    You could try "usbmount", if you'd like it to automount when plugged in. If you want it auto mounted on boot like your regular hard drive i'd do the following:

    Plug in/turn on the usb drive and...
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Install Ubuntu to external HDD, now internal Windows won't boot

    Maybe i'm misunderstanding the problem, but here's what i'd do. You WILL need that admin password for XP. No way around it if you want to repair it. I've come across this problem many times...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Connection problems: weather

    I'm not positive, but I think most if not all Ubuntu firewalls are just an interface to ip tables. Perhaps posting the output of
    sudo iptables -L could help someone give you an answer to why some...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Problem with Router and Ubuntu 10.4

    If you're getting an IP other than the 192.168.x.x then you're probably bypassing your router and connecting directly to your modem. I'm not a network guru, but on my LAN if the router refuses to be...
  12. Thread: Servers

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    Re: Servers

    Web hosting, game server, media streaming, torrents, email. :)
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    [ubuntu] Re: Startup script

    Sorry, been crazy busy with a job interviews. Whew! :) Anyway, i'm glad I could help a little bit. :) I think I might have reached the end of my usefulness though, as i'm not sure why it won't run...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Startup script

    Oh yeah, if done right you should be able to test if it works by doing something like:

    /etc/init.d/script start

    then


    sudo pgrep script

    To see if you get any process numbers, if not,...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: Making a standalone home fileserver, best options?

    Oh yeah, sounds silly, but don't forget before you pull the monitor and keyboard that you change stop boot on errors in your bios. Otherwise if it doesn't detect a keyboard, it might not boot. And...
  16. [ubuntu] Re: Making a standalone home fileserver, best options?

    I have 3 headless Ubuntu servers in my house. I too recommend ssh for logging in to maintain it. For the serving part, it depends on how you will be accessing your files. If from windows, you'll...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Malicious command on dual boot "mkdosfs -F32 -n IPOD /dev/sda1"

    I'm no expert on data recovery, but you may be able to recover your data. Make sure you DON'T WRITE ANYTHING ELSE TO THAT PARTITION. (sda1) Don't touch it until someone else can suggest something...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Startup script

    Yeah, added the Required-x stuff won't make it work if it doesn't already, but it's still important. The fundamental problem is that you want to make an init.d script that calls the script you want...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Startup script

    Actually what you'd want for the Required-x is probably:
    $remote_fs $syslog $network

    :)
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    [ubuntu] Re: Startup script

    I can't promise I can help, but this is what my init.d script looks like to run another script I made for an internet music server I created. Your header looks a little short on info, you should...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Filesystem corruption on flash drive

    I'm searching for an answer to this too. I have 3 servers running off of compact flash / ide converters. Two corrupt like crazy, and one runs fine. The one that runs fine is an old 600 mhz OC'ed...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Booting USB from USB Micro SD reader?

    In my experience it's likely the hardware you're using. Like you said the card reader might just not work for booting. I've tried booting off of MANY usb devices. Usually memory card readers...
  23. Thread: Defrag RAM

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    [SOLVED] Re: Defrag RAM

    I thought most of those WinX ram defraggers weren't so much defragmenting the ram, as they were flushing the ram and writing the data to swap to free ram up. It's possible they might re-arrange data...
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    Re: For those of you who use gentoo....

    I just installed Gentoo last weekend, I have a hyper thread intel that plays nice with 64 bit apps, so I run the AMD64 kernel myself. I have not been impressed, though with SO many options, i'm sure...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: grub 2 blue background is giving me flashbacks

    Hello! I'm playing around with GRUB 2 myself. It's funny, the blue reminds me of my old Debian install. Anyway, this is what i've learned so far: There's no more /boot/grub/menu.lst. It should...
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