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    [ubuntu] Re: Desktop effects could not be enabled

    Can I ask how did you install this driver? Because I did it somehow, but I'm not quiet sure if i did it right, because the problem didn't go away.

    1. Downloaded to Desktop, made it executable.
    2....
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    [ubuntu] Re: Desktop effects could not be enabled

    Wow, nice to know! Actually, you might be right with that update thing, because in my chase it also happened after some updates.

    So you thing 9.04 won't have the bug? Let's hope so! ;)
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    [ubuntu] Re: Desktop effects could not be enabled

    Funny, now again nothing worx.

    I try to enable on the desktop, it won't enable it and even in compiz set all animations and decoration are just simply not working anymore.

    Any solution for this...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Desktop effects could not be enabled

    Well, it worked...and since I didn't change anything, it just says no. Btw...ofcourse every compiz stuff is installed, well, except Compiz-Fusion...I just added it now, and there I did some changes,...
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    [ubuntu] Desktop effects could not be enabled

    I just launched Ubuntu, and suddenly it the effects were disabled, and I can't reactivate them, because it says:

    "Desktop effects could not be enabled"

    Is there a solution for this? ...can I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: GRUB won't boot Vista

    Well, it was broke! :P It didn't boot...so it was! ;) But yeah, anyways, with help I figured it out. :P
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    [ubuntu] Re: GRUB won't boot Vista

    Thank you!

    Yep, I fixed it. Actually, the problem was only that grub numbers the drive in other way then linux. Don't know why...but it's actually hd0 where both OS are.

    I will change maybe...
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    [ubuntu] Re: GRUB won't boot Vista

    OK!

    Well, my try was right. Because actually the OS hdd, which is according to fdisk sdd...so the hd3, is during boot the hd0, so basicly it's sda.

    My setup in GRUB simply let me pick whick,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: GRUB won't boot Vista

    I google this "BOOTMGR" thing. I booted up Vista DVD, run command prompt with this:
    $ bootrec /fixboot
    succesfully.

    Still, Vista won't boot up, says it's missing.

    Any ideas what's the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: GRUB won't boot Vista

    OK!

    I changed to:


    # This entry automatically added by the Debian installer for a non-linux OS
    # on /dev/sdb1
    title Windows Vista/Longhorn (loader)
    root (hd3,0)
    savedefault
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    [ubuntu] Re: GRUB won't boot Vista

    OK! I will try it in 1 sec.

    Actually, it's funny, because since I updated the order of drives has changed, because previously it was hd1! Strange! :rolleyes:
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    [ubuntu] Re: GRUB won't boot Vista

    PS: When I istalled Ubuntu vista booted up properly, but since I did the updates on Ubuntu, now it's not working!
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    [ubuntu] GRUB won't boot Vista

    Hey everyone!

    I just installed Ubuntu 8.10. During the install it didn't set up grub, so I picked it to install on the drive. Vista booted up properly after, but since I istalled all updates on...
  14. Thread: CD Art Display

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    [ubuntu] Re: CD Art Display

    OK!

    @chubble10: No, I actually mean to display what my media player is playing on the desktop.

    So I found the solution.

    Launch Synaptic > search screenlets > install & launch it.

    There...
  15. Thread: CD Art Display

    by Etamami
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    [ubuntu] Re: CD Art Display

    So, I guess then not! :(
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    [ubuntu] Re: My favorite apps on 8.04!

    Updated for Ubuntu 8.10! :popcorn:
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    [ubuntu] Re: My favorite apps on 8.04!

    Well, under windows I was used to Nero, so that why, but now also someone recommended K3b to me, so I give it a shoot! :KS
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    [ubuntu] Re: My favorite apps on 8.04!

    ok!
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    [ubuntu] Re: My favorite apps on 8.04!

    LATEST SCREENSHOT
    http://tn3-1.deviantart.com/fs32/300W/f/2008/200/1/b/Ubuntu804_20080718_by_smaci.png
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    [ubuntu] Re: GTK2 theming Ubuntu 8

    WOW! Thanks! I will try to find it! :KS
  21. Thread: Songbird 0.5

    by Etamami
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    [ubuntu] Re: Songbird 0.5

    Damn! THANKS! I just wanted to install it, but since on their website is no deb....I always don't know what and where! BUUUT NOW! :KS :lolflag:
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    [ubuntu] Re: My favorite apps on 8.04!

    FIREFOX 3.0 EXTENSIONS
    Greasemonkey - user scripts to change the look of websites
    Stylish - like greasemonkey
    All-in-One Sidebar - no more ext or dl windows
    Fast Dial - like Opera's fast dial...
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    [ubuntu] My favorite apps on Ubuntu 8.10!

    OFFICE
    Adobe Reader - opens PDF files (original)
    Open in browser:

    http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2_allversions.html

    Gnome Commander - like Total Commander for windows!
    Install...
  24. Thread: Songbird 0.5

    by Etamami
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    [ubuntu] Re: Songbird 0.5

    Hey!

    Does someone tried the new Songbird 0.6.1 on 8.04? :confused: ...does it work better?
  25. Thread: Songbird 0.5

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    [ubuntu] Re: Songbird 0.5

    How can I do that? :confused:
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