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  1. [ubuntu] Re: boot problem, various Linux installations, grub on wrong partition!?

    The bios needs to know where to find the boot code. This is usually determined by the boot flag (unless the boot code is installed in the MBR.) On older operating systems the boot partition had to be...
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    [ubuntu] Re: hardy 8.04 -> no longer updating

    You have missed my point. 7.04 and 7.10 were NOT Long Term Support releases. LTS releases such as Hardy 8.04 are intended to have less changes than standard releases. They have official support for...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: boot problem, various Linux installations, grub on wrong partition!?

    Sorry, doing a quick scan of the forum so I may be missing something obvious but you have /dev/sda8 marked as the boot partition NOT /dev/sda1 which i presume is (hd0,0).

    Unless you have grub...
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    [ubuntu] Re: No wired internet

    I've not run into this problem myself. I have heard of people having trouble where network manager will want to route to the wireless in preference to the wired nic. As a step in troubleshooting you...
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    [xubuntu] Re: toshiba satellite s2800-200

    Hello Peter,

    It's a boot installation disk ("live cd") that already has grub installed. Boot from the cd drive to install xubuntu (it should come up with a grub menu and several options.) If you...
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    [ubuntu] Re: hardy 8.04 -> no longer updating

    The point in a beta/development cycle is to push changes out as quickly as possible in order to test the software before release. So while Hardy was in development you saw frequent updates.

    The...
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    Re: A Call For Data!

    Fresh install from Ubuntu 6.06.1. Unfortunately I can't give you the unaltered xorg.conf. ATI Radeon 9000 (ATI box preordered directly from ATI .) Video card was not detected properly. "vesa" driver...
  8. Thread: HOWTO: madwifi

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    Re: HOWTO: madwifi

    The error message you gave means you are compiling against unconfigured kernel source. Or have no source at all. If you actually compiled a new kernel, you forgot to enable the wireless extensions.
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    Re: HOWTO: Setup Samba peer-to-peer with Windows

    I haven't seen a resolution so forgive me if you've already fixed it.

    Does the problem go away if you change from "security = user" to "security=share"?

    It's been several years since I dealt...
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