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    Re: 'User Management' Missing

    That has done it!!! Solved!

    Thanks steeldriver. I've been scouring the net for this info all day and nothing until now, so I'm certain this thread will help others. Thanks again.
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    Re: 'User Management' Missing

    You sir, are rather helpful! I've been all over the IRC channels and no-one could tell me this. That is indeed the package I wanted.

    However... it's still not appearing in System Settings (though...
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    'User Management' Missing

    Hi. This is essentially a follow up on this thread: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=809877&p=12602854#post12602854 I've just reinstalled my KXStudio (which is Ubuntu with KDE and some...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Missing User Management

    What I don't get is - where has the old User Management application gone? I don't like KUser and I'd rather have the old one as part of my SystemSettings. There doesn't seem to be any information...
  5. Re: A simple way to connect to Ethernet from the command line?

    Matt. The only problem I've got now is that viewing from within my live Kubuntu CD, my .mozilla file from my existing Ubuntu install is blank and contains no bookmark info. A quick web search...
  6. Re: A simple way to connect to Ethernet from the command line?

    Many thanks for all your help Matt. It really is appreciated (and I hope this thread might help others who end up with similar problems). I'll post back here to confirm the successful reinstall.
  7. Re: A simple way to connect to Ethernet from the command line?

    Hi Matt. My bad feeling was correct then.
    I think I also have Jaunty on there. The instructions I followed when I did this told me to add old stable Ubuntu PPAs to my sources.list but thinking about...
  8. Re: A simple way to connect to Ethernet from the command line?

    service network-manager status
    network-manager start/running


    route
    Kernel IP routing table...
  9. Re: A simple way to connect to Ethernet from the command line?

    I've had to take a photo of the output from:

    grep ".*[0-9] remove" /var/log/dpkg.log

    I've got a nasty feeling about it. This is only the last bit of it. shift+PgUp doesn't even let me get to...
  10. Re: A simple way to connect to Ethernet from the command line?

    Hi Matt. After doing the 'dhclient eth0' thing...

    ifconfig
    eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:24:8c:91:0c:0e

    inet addr:127.0.0.0 Bcast:127.255.255.255 Mask: 255.0.0.0
    ...
  11. Re: A simple way to connect to Ethernet from the command line?

    Thanks again Matt. Yes I realised this morning I forgot to post the output of:

    dpkg -l | grep policykit
    dpkg -l | grep polkit

    Unfortunately I'm at work away from my Ubuntu system so I'll get...
  12. Re: A simple way to connect to Ethernet from the command line?

    Many thanks Matt. As follows:

    cat /sys/class/net/eth0/carrier
    1
    ifconfig
    eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:24:8c:91:0c:0e
    inet addr:127.0.0.0 Bcast:127.255.255.255 Mask:...
  13. Re: A simple way to connect to Ethernet from the command line?

    I've now got the 'Bcast' IP address yet when I ping google it says 'unknown host'. Do I need to set up a route host and all that stuff?
  14. Re: A simple way to connect to Ethernet from the command line?

    Hey, I tried this with no luck. ifconfig shows this:


    Link encap:Local Loopback
    inet addr:127.0.0.1 Mask:255.0.0.0
    (... a load of other info - should I post it all?)


    There is no 'Bcast'...
  15. Re: A simple way to connect to Ethernet from the command line?

    Thanks rnerwein - I think that's going to help and I'll try it out this evening when I'm home from work.

    Like your signature by the way!
  16. A simple way to connect to Ethernet from the command line?

    Hi everyone. Iíve dug myself into a bit of a hole and Iíd really appreciate some help. Iím running Ubuntu with KDE, 64 bit and would describe myself as beginner-intermediate. Hereís what happened:
    ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Anyone have Flash problems?

    Ok after kicking up a fuss I just managed to fix mine. Hope this works for others too:

    1) Uninstall "flashplugin-installer"
    2) Check your web browser to make sure no flash plugin at all is...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Anyone have Flash problems?

    Sorry but I don't even know what a debugger version is, let alone how it would help.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Anyone have Flash problems?

    Same! I'm going crazy. I've tried Flash-Aid, package-manager updates, reverting to old versions of flash manually. And worst of all, it just stopped working with an update a few weeks ago and no...
  20. [kubuntu] Re: Cannot Delete Partition Because of Mounted Partition

    8 is my KXStudio installation (which I'm currently using) and it looks like I have to unmount this before I can unmount 7, and so on. Is there any danger in unmounting an installation and do I have...
  21. [kubuntu] Cannot Delete Partition Because of Mounted Partition

    Hey everyone. I currently have KXStudio (kubuntu), Windows Vista (:-&) and Tango Studio installed. Tango is /dev/sda6 and I don't need it anymore, but when I try to delete it I get this error...
  22. [SOLVED] Re: Please help me write a Shell Script which edits a Config file!

    SOLVED! :D

    After experimenting with everyone's suggestions I decided to take a different approach. Rather than trying to edit the QjackCtl config file so that the "DefPreset" (default preset) was...
  23. [SOLVED] Re: Please help me write a Shell Script which edits a Config file!

    I haven't given your previous advice a go yet, but thought I'd apply what you say here to the script I've set up based on previous replies. It didn't help I'm afraid.
  24. [SOLVED] Re: Please help me write a Shell Script which edits a Config file!

    So...


    chmod +x /usr/kde/env/myscript.sh
    Thanks but I already tried that. "Sudo" is the one thing I have picked up so far ;)
  25. [SOLVED] Re: Please help me write a Shell Script which edits a Config file!

    Terminal keeps telling me:
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