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...bump. Nobody has any ideas?
On Ubuntu, I know that a user can set a global proxy setting (through a gui, Network Proxy) which will affect all protocols (right?). However, I have set up a server box (no gui) and would like for...
Have you tried pressing F7?
You can use Rythmbox or gtkpod to do this. I'm not sure if it works with an iTouch/iPhone though.
Now, a quick google finds a nice script to set up conky to show the album art for the song you're listening to (odds are you would come upon this...
Most of the time, the problems that I know how to solve already have solutions posted by someone else. If I actually see a thread that I can help in, though, I will (of course, it's been a while).
This was a double post, oops.
So I have been working with importing bitmaps into a c/++ program and storing the data as "width," "height," and "color data." After working with the BMP files now for a while, I realized something...
Wow! That sounds like it will work. For what I need, OpenGL need only access a char* that contains the image data, and that can be easily stored in a variable. That sounds like a great idea, thanks!
Is this possible?
For example, I'm making something in OpenGL that uses textures and would like it if the texture images could be packed in with the compiled program binary.
Yeah, that's still how IE does it. I just decided to make ternary statements that set the height/width values to a little bit larger for IE.
A quick google showed that Chairman's is the way...
Wow, I just realized I hadn't put my doctype in, and some meta tags.
Nonetheless, thanks guys. I ended up making a little ternary statement whenever I needed a different CSS value for IE and it...
I think that sounds like a good idea, but nonetheless, I can't understand why my widths for divs are differen't in IE. And, for that matter, it seems to have handled "top" and "left" wrong as well. ...
I'm working on a website for my robotics team and I made it look just how I wanted on Firefox. However, the CSS completely fails on Internet Explorer. Does anyone have a better...
I recently put Linux Mint (child of Ubuntu) on a USB stick, and made it persistent. However, as everyone knows, a persistent setup takes a much longer time to load and shut down than a...
UPDATE: It was the umask, when I set it to umask=002 it worked perfectly. Well, what a waste of a thread. Hopefully at least someone gets assistance from it...
I am trying to change the permissions for a folder I have mounted on an ntfs partition that if mounted through fstab on startup. It is owned by me through fstab, and is also owned by my group (just...
I'll give this a shot but it'll have to be after I get back from vacation.
lol that's basically doing the same thing as putting it in startup applications is it not?
Title kind of says it all. Basically everytime I log in compiz never starts and I have to do a compiz --replace. Is there a way to get compiz to start on its own?
I didn't have this problem...
My apologies, here's what I did.
1) http://www.webupd8.org/2010/03/how-to-get-plymouth-working-with-nvidia.html the steps on this page (most of which I had already done... strange).