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    [all variants] Re: secure wireless trouble

    I have attached a *.png of a network config screen. Notice the grayed out "save" button. This is what I see for all other secure network settings, as well as the network connection dialog.
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    [all variants] Re: secure wireless trouble

    I have a neighbor with a non-secure wireless setup and I can get on through there router. Have not tried a local wifi spot yet. I should get out and try that though.

    thanks for the input
  3. Re: New Ubuntu Is Out Lets Hear About What You've To Say

    I have Kubuntu 11.10 running on my desktop and Lubuntu 11.10 on my Asus 1005PEB netbook. Both seem to be running well.

    On Kubutnu (desktop) I am getting some crash notifications: mainly on...
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    [all variants] Re: secure wireless trouble

    Anybody?? have gone through the last couple updates in hopes of a change in this opportunity with no love.
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    [all variants] secure wireless trouble

    Hello all,

    I installed 11.10 beta 2 a couple of days ago, and have updated to the release candidate. Through this time I have been able to get connected to my home secure wireless, but I cannot...
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    [kubuntu] trouble with google earth

    Hello all,

    I have been running Kubuntu 11.04 for about three weeks now with little trouble. But when I try and run Google earth my screen goes wacky.

    Sys info:
    Graphics card: NVIDIA Geforce...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Help installing drivers

    Have you tried the built in app under
    System -
    Administration -
    Hardware Drivers
    This has worked for me (I am running on NVIDIA though).

    You could also...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Backup with rsync

    I have a python app I am working on that will help you get this done. I am hosting it here.

    Download the file (*.tar.gz or *.zip up to you).

    in the shell prompt:

    #mkdir ~/bin

    extract the...
  9. [all variants] thunderbird shows – within email messages

    I have been using thunderbird for my email for a long time now. For the last year or so (not sure how long) I have been trying to ignore this flaw in my messages. I have looked around for a fix, no...
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    Re: working on Python backup program

    I am now hosting my code here. Check in for updates. The code is in a strong devel cycle and is being updated fairly frequently.
  11. [ubuntu] Re: no slash in folder name major problem 4 me - ?

    No Trouble at all mjp29, I am glad I could help.

    coffee
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    [SOLVED] Re: wmv playback (9.10)

    After working with a luanchpad bug report (here) I got this fixed.

    Open Synaptic and look up libavcodec52.

    If you have libavcodec-extra-52 installed remove it

    Install libavcodec52

    I had...
  13. Thread: Moving my data

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    [SOLVED] Re: Moving my data

    Have you been able to get the move done?

    Just thought I would check in and see how things are going.

    coffee
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    [SOLVED] Re: wmv playback (9.10)

    I have run into other media file trouble as well *.flv and one other that I can not remember at this time.
  15. Thread: Moving my data

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    [SOLVED] Re: Moving my data

    Another option to move you home files to another partition can be found here

    The Ubuntu documentation about Partitioning and Moving Home
  16. Thread: Moving my data

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    [SOLVED] Re: Moving my data

    Open a terminal (Applications -> Accessories -> terminal) and enter the string stated above and the prompt and press enter. You will be asked for your password, type it in (it will not be displayed)...
  17. Thread: Moving my data

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    [SOLVED] Re: Moving my data

    I think you need to open the new partition with sudo privileges.


    sudo nautilus /%home

    This should give you the ability to do what you want.

    coffee
  18. [ubuntu] Re: help me choose a m-board for my 'AMD Phenom II X2 550'?

    While it is not on your list, my rig is running on an Asus M$A78 Plus mobo. This is working very well for me and fairly inexpensive on Newegg.

    Check it out, maybe it will work for you to??:D
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    [all variants] Re: Working with rsync, need some help

    I have moved this discussion here
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    working on Python backup program

    I have been working on a Rsync backup program for several weeks now, it is turning into a fairly nice little program. But as this is my first real (non tutorial) attempt at programming some help and...
  21. Thread: Bye Bye GIMP!

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    Poll: Re: Bye Bye GIMP!

    I think the major purpose of the live CD is letting newbies try out the distro. If someone needs a bootable media with certain software included you can always install on a usb drive and install the...
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    [SOLVED] wmv playback (9.10)

    I installed 9.10 a bit ago and just realized I can not play the *.wmv files I have saved. This is not really critical just frustrating.

    I was able to play the files in 9.04.

    I have...
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    [ubuntu] Re: resolution in ubuntu 9.10

    I am not familiar with this card and not sure it is fully supported in Linux.

    Have you tried [System -> Administration -> Hardware Drivers]?

    I found this post on the Linux Mint forums.
    ...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: no slash in folder name major problem 4 me - ?

    Hello mjp29,

    I did a quick search and found "Batch File Rename 1.7" you can read about it here. As I do not have a mac and the opportunity you have described I can not test this, but you might...
  25. Re: why ubuntu does not appeal to the general public

    I think the big issue is, people learned how to use a "windows" computer, not to mention the overly saturated add presence MS has built. I agree that people will go for what they know, and if not...
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