Still no luck...
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Still no luck...
OK I posted this in the server section and thought I had the answer but no.
I was running 9.04 desktop and went from that to 9.04 server with no problems. (Needed to get past the 3g memory limit)...
OK, looks like I was jumping the gun.
It looks like it did update to 9.10 server,just didn't prioritize it in the boot list. DUH...
Anyone have the kernel # for 9.10 Server?
I just upgraded to 9.10 which is running fine but I was running 9.04 server and want to go to 9.10 server. I know there is an easy way to do this as I did it with 9.04 but can't find the info...
OK I tried it one more time with the same exact results. I must be missing something but don't have time right now to mess with it.
Will re-do 3.01 until I free up a couple of hours.
I believe so. I used Synaptic to do so and removed all instances of OO listed.
It opens up the document recovery box
"Due to an unexpected error OO crashed. All files you were working on will now be saved. The next time OO is launched your files will be recovered...
I tried it also, no luck. Keeps throwing out errors. Removed it and going back to 3.0.
This is in 9.04
Ok, that appears to have resolved the problem. I will be testing it out over the next few days to make sure it has taken before I move to the next step and will keep this thread notified as to any...
Changed the code. (I don't know how it ended up commented out..) It looks like this did it. I am hooked up to me ISP and still able to access the Ubuntu pc from the windoze. I re-booted the windoze a...
Here it is:
# Sample configuration file for the Samba suite for Debian GNU/Linux.
# This is the main Samba configuration file. You should read the
# smb.conf(5) manual page in order to...
Did this and it cleared up the problem Now to figure out how to opt-out if possible.
Once I get home I'll give that a try. Won't be a problem as my LAN runs through an 8 port switch.
I'll post here what the results are.
I have read this thread and several others to try and find a solution to my problem. I am running 9.04 on my main machine (Currently, eventually it will become the file server/backup) with no...
Thanks! That took care of it.
The other threads posted by harry2006 are very informative also. Thanks for those!
(I also added: sudo chmod 644 /home/username/.dmrc)
I am using 9.04 and am now getting the following message at login:
User's $HOME/.dmrc file is being ignored.
This prevents the default session and language from being saved.
File should be...
Well I did it... No I didn't save the partition but I did save my files. Re-loaded 9.04 and set the partitions the way I want.
I now have :
Now I am getting it...
I was just starting to type a followup when I decided to at the thread.
I did find the back-up file, it is located in the home_backup folder.
So I can save them, now how do I recover the...
I did something I once vowed never to do. I changed my setup in 9.04 w/o a backup.
I wanted a separate home partition and used this to try and set it up. When I got to the final instructions...
Worked like a charm. I will be very careful with root privileges.
I want to install this screensaver.
The instructions seem simple but my /usr/share/gnome-screensaver/. file is owned by root and I can't access it.
I really don't need this screensaver...
I went ahead and got the latest Gufw for 9.04 (Gufw 9.04.2) and it auto set to: samba allow from: anywhere I then added a rule to allow my network to be accessed and all seems to be working fine....
Success, I tried this one for the second time and it worked! I must have screwed it up the first time. Thanks to all!
Thanks for the reply.
Tried that, no luck.