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    [ubuntu] Re: Using gnome classic on ubuntu 12.04

    I have an HP ProLiant ML350, 4x Quad Core Xeon, 16G 7200 RAM etc, etc. Iv been running it as a simple file server with Lucid for ages, but the moment I installed 12.04 I had to remove it and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Using gnome classic on ubuntu 12.04

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    Yes, yes we are. But....

    I thought that the time had come where Ubuntu had matured enough to be considered an all round contender for desktop machines, and I don't just mean for the geeks among...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Using gnome classic on ubuntu 12.04

    Yes, this! I think I was wrong before, its not a Redmond attitude they seem to have taken, its an Apple attitude: "This is the way we are doing it and if you don't like it you are wrong."
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    [ubuntu] Re: Using gnome classic on ubuntu 12.04

    Heh, sorry about that, but it wasn't actually intended to be a rant, but once I got going...

    I don't want to change anyone's mind really, hence my disclaimer, but I think that people should...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Using gnome classic on ubuntu 12.04

    I just wanted to add my 2 pennies worth...

    [Disclaimer - personal opinions below]

    As already mentioned, a desktop environment is really a matter of personal taste for most people, and after a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Running a live web server

    Thanks for the links - Iv not seen them before.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Running a live web server

    Thanks guys:


    Right now I'm assuming that field workers will navigate to the correct page as normal, then log in and view their diary entries, and...


    The users/admins in the HQ will open the...
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    [ubuntu] Running a live web server

    Hi guys. I'm a (fairly) long time user of Ubuntu, but not greatly experienced at the more complex setups that are possible.

    I have been asked to set up a web server for a small company. The server...
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    Re: Security Login - Identify computer hardware

    Ill look into this, but I don't need cross browser support - employees will be using Firefox.
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    Re: Security Login - Identify computer hardware

    Thanks for your time guys.

    I was thinking about this at work and my current thinking is that the home page (The one before the log in page) would be on the local machine rather than online.

    It...
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    Security Login - Identify computer hardware

    Hi, I might get shot down with this question, but unless I ask....

    I am using PHP and Javascript to create a web based database application for in-house use by a small company. Things are now...
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    Re: Administering mySQL database

    LoL! It makes perfect sense now, but this morning... Head not on straight!

    Thanks for all your help guys, I think I have enough ideas to start getting on with things now.

    Regards

    Max
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    Re: Administering mySQL database

    Thats an excellent idea thanks, one thing, what are the (PK) and (FK)? Maybe its just too early on a Saturday morning, but I cant work that out at all!


    Yes, these are already taken into...
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    Re: Administering mySQL database

    Sort of: There are 20 possible assets and each individual asset is recorded using a unique ID, the client ID, the serial number on the actual asset, a costing value and the date that the asset was...
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    Re: Administering mySQL database

    New clients will be added all the time so I am currently looking at having all of the clients in one table, and then all of the assets in another, with each group of assets connected to the client...
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    Re: Administering mySQL database

    Yes, every single asset will be unique, with two unique serial numbers allocated to it as well as the client ID, the date collected, a costing value and an indicator to show that it has been...
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    Re: Administering mySQL database

    No, it doesn't work like that (almost the opposite, but the misunderstanding is entirely my fault for incorrectly wording things):

    There are about 15 different types of asset (rather than product)...
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    Re: Administering mySQL database

    Ah now, thats very helpful thanks.

    My final question (lol!) is this:

    I have a table that contains general client data such as name, contact name, address etc, etc. Each client has their own...
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    Re: Administering mySQL database

    That was it! Thanks, and thanks for the clarification over .net/.org


    I remember this being an issue in the past....

    I don't think that there will be much problem since (as far as I know...
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    Administering mySQL database

    Hi, I am in the process of beginning a development project for a small company. They would like me to use a mySQL database and PHP/Javascript to create their in-house system for keeping track of...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Adding a second SATA hard disk

    Which is exactly what I have done, so thank you, things appear to be working exactly as I expected them to.

    I wont pretend to fully understand the arguments back and forth about the best way to...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Adding a second SATA hard disk

    Thanks very much coffeecat, you instructions have worked exactly as you suggested. Excellent.

    oldfred: Point taken about moving /home - Ill remember that thanks, and now I'm wondering if the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Adding a second SATA hard disk

    Thanks coffeecat, the info you asked for (New drive is NOT physically installed yet):

    sudo fdisk -lu:

    Disk /dev/sda: 160.0 GB, 160041885696 bytes
    255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 19457 cylinders,...
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    [SOLVED] Adding a second SATA hard disk

    Hi. I'm using Lucid (10.04).
    I have /home on a separate partition but only a single hard disk and I would like to add another hard disk to the machine. Currently the System Monitor shows /dev/sda1...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Best way to Sync local folder and folder on UDB key?

    ptn107:
    Thanks, I did see others mention Unison but I also saw that someone thought it was 'Flaky' at times, which is why I didn't just jump at it. Have there been any reports of 'Flakiness' that...
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