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    [ubuntu] LightDM freezes with LDAP accounts

    I've just set up a new box with Ubuntu Desktop 12.04 64 bit and installed the LDAP client by following this guide.

    My current setup is: an OpenLDAP server running o Ubuntu Maverick ( i know I have...
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    [ubuntu] PS2 mouse pointer flickering

    I am currently having a problem with a fresh new installation of Precise. The mouse pointer flickers when moved, but this behavior can only be seen if a PS2 mouse is used, plugging in a USB mouse...
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    [SOLVED] Re: help with my cronjob

    Simple tip:

    Use full paths, ie /usr/bin/wget instead of wget

    Can save you a headache, or two.
  4. Thread: Won't install?

    by uylug
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    [ubuntu] Re: Won't install?

    I'd try using a DVD. I've seen weird things happen with USB dongles.

    Ubuntu should definitely run on your hardware.
  5. [ubuntu] Re: E: Could not get lock /var/lib/apt/lists/lock - open (11: Resource temporarily un

    OP mentioned he is using the Software Center (USC). I assume he should have been prompted for a password?

    apt-get would return:


    E: Could not open lock file /var/lib/dpkg/lock - open (13:...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: E: Could not get lock /var/lib/apt/lists/lock - open (11: Resource temporarily un

    Maybe jockey running in the background?


    ps aux | grep "jockey"
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    [xubuntu] Re: crontab not working

    Lol. Easy questions always get all the answers.

    Also, just like sudodus said, use full paths. This is because you really don't know what the $PATH variable will be set to under a cron environment,...
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    [xubuntu] Re: crontab not working

    A tip that might save you a couple hours:

    Never assume cron knows what "php" is, use instead full names, like:


    /usr/bin/phpJobs run under cron can behave in a different way than if run from...
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    Re: Suggestion for a new laptop

    You should make sure you are really willing to pay for a gaming laptop.

    Gaming laptops have proven to not be the way to go. Instead of getting a gaming laptop you should consider getting a high...
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    [ubuntu] Re: extracting .exe files

    Exactly, that's what I guess. Ndiswrapper has worked excellent for me in the past. All you need is the right drivers making sure that they match your architecture as well.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Weird Internet Problem

    What error do you get exactly?
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    [SOLVED] Re: Upgrade Opera to 12, now no flash

    What is that supposed to mean? I'm guessing that, in order for flash to work, you need the flashplayer so file to be located under the opera plugins folder.

    You might try copying the file from the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Passwordless su in a Bash Script?

    Do you get the password prompt even if you are logged in as root? It shouldn't be like that.
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    [ubuntu] Re: ideal password length

    There is no ideal password length.

    Usability vs Security. It's always been that.

    A password with six characters including numbers, letters and special characters should be pretty hard to break....
  15. [ubuntu] Re: How to install the latest Nvidia graphics driver in Ubuntu 64 bit?

    Exactly this.

    Just download the file, stop the graphical interface and simply execute the installer. Works like a charm and you don't have to start messing with packages and stuff.
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    [ubuntu] Re: converting .java file to .deb file

    Oh, no, i don't think you could.

    Making a .deb file out of it would still mean requiring the java runtime environment, so really, it wouldn't help.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu Update Error Message

    Oh come on. There are quite a lot of experts around here willing to help you for free, so quit acting like you're so important to waste your time here.

    And if that's the case, then just leave.
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    [SOLVED] Re: how to install epson d78 driver!!!!!!

    I see you marked this as solved. Is this solved really?

    I haven't checked but have you tried installing the printer via cups? Most printers are supported by default, so no issues should arise.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Tool to assist in typing

    As a coder, I understand that all the possibilities that I know of wouldn't be appropriate for the type of task that we perform, therefore I recommend trying to code as much as possible with one...
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    [ubuntu] Re: internet problem in ubuntu 12.04

    Does it not get detected?

    Post the output of:


    lsusb

    ifconfig -a
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    [ubuntu] Re: Cannot install from source code

    Do a ls -l and post the output here.

    Also, you might as well try the following:


    ./configure
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    [ubuntu] Re: Logitech h600 plug makes computer crash

    Damnit! I was just about to buy one of these and decided to check for compatibility issues.

    It definitely needs to run on Ubuntu since it's the OS that I use.
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    [ubuntu] Re: not finding the network adaptor?

    Sorry for not getting back to you... have you fixed this?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Help with screen resolution on faulty LCD

    I had the same screen replaced for just $80. I ordered it from China and arrived 3 weeks later. Replaced screen and everything was fine.

    I'm not sure, but you could use xrandr and one of the...
  25. Thread: lost+found

    by uylug
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    [SOLVED] Re: lost+found

    ^^This is the command you should run.

    I don't really get why you're so worried about this. Root will still be able to alter the lost+found folder so no big deal, really.
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