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    [all variants] Re: Cant get a samba configuration right

    Ok, I thought you were typing in both passwords at one point. Try adding in
    browseable = no to each share and then make sure to restart the samba daemon. Note the example for home directories is...
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    [all variants] Re: Cant get a samba configuration right

    It sounds possible that the logins are being cached and since you have logged in and created a share with each user, you are able to access both shares.
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    [ubuntu] Re: FTP Server Issue

    I'm not an expert, but I've had issues like that where rebooting fixed the problem. Another thing you can try if it happens again is to try restarting the individual services related to the problem...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Movie Player Very Choppy

    As alwayshere said, try turning compiz off. There is also a program in the repositories called "fusion-icon" that can be used for this. I think this problem is usually related to ATI graphics cards...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Compter loads straight into windows xp.

    Unfortunately, when you reinstall windows, it takes control of the boot process from the boot manager Ubuntu uses called GRUB, by overwriting the Master Boot Record. You can use the "Live CD" which...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: What is best practice for Hard Drive Write Caching & Standby Timeout

    I came across this thread looking for something else and figured I'd give it a shot since no one had.



    I don't know a lot about this myself but here is the community documentation, which...
  7. Re: bluetooth gone again after kernel update

    Yes, my bluetooth has not been working since one of the last kernel updates on two computers.
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    [all variants] Re: Crontab fails to execute script properly

    Still looking for some help. Can anyone figure out why it doesn't execute the same with crontab running the script?
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    [all variants] Re: Crontab fails to execute script properly

    That's when I was testing it out. I'd try whatever I thought might help or fix it and set it for the next minute or two to see if it succeeded. I don't know of a better way to try it out.
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    [all variants] Re: Crontab fails to execute script properly

    Thanks, but sorry, I didn't realize I still had that in there. That was just a variation of executing the command I tried. I was trying to run this from my root user's crontab, which is what is...
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    [all variants] Crontab fails to execute script properly

    I have made a script to restart my wireless connection every hour. When executed manually, it seems to work perfectly. When I run it from the root users crontab, it fails to restart the connection...
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    [ubuntu] Re: pdnsd fails to start up

    Thank you for this, I didn't even realize mine was not starting up, but it wasn't! Anyhow as a workaround I just added pdnsd -d to /etc/rc.local and that starts it up. Not sure about a more proper...
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    [ubuntu] Re: problems with ted in Hardy

    I found that cutting the system tray icon off in the preferences helped the stability of the program a lot. In another thread it was giving people errors, but was not for me. However, cutting off...
  14. Re: Howto: Use BlueProximity and your cellphone for security

    Channels 1-6 seem to work on a Blackberry 8820
  15. Thread: Home Server

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    [all variants] Re: Home Server

    That's a good philosophy, I enjoy doing the same. After tweaking some settings real quick, I have gotten memory usage down to under 160MB on my server, so it is running great. I slimmed down apache...
  16. Thread: Home Server

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    [all variants] Re: Home Server

    I just set up something similar the other day on a 500MHz P3 w/ 256MB RAM. I'm running apache, mysql, and torrentflux. It works ok, definitely eats up all of the memory, and torrentflux takes up...
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    Re: Automatically mount and unmount shares

    Thanks for the quick fix! Works perfectly! Also fixed my hang on shutdown from not unmounting the drives.
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    Re: HOWTO: Automatically mount and unmount shares (alternative version)

    Thank you very useful! I am having one problem though. A disk I want to mount contains a space in the path and it cannot be changed. This command will work:


    sudo mount -t cifs -o...
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