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  1. [ubuntu] PulseAudio Broken after linux kernel update

    I did the upgrade to 2.6.27-11 linux kernel and my audio is gone. I show volume when I am playing and I walked through the sticky guides..
    I am missing something I am not sure what?
    Included the ...
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    Re: Team Phone Listing

    Chattanooga is in.
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    Re: Tennessee team still alive??

    Great question,
    I am in Chattanooga and wonder the same thing. We haven't been active that I can tell in 2 years. There was some interest in 2007 for a month or so. Now would be a good time to crank...
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    Re: How many of you completely switched to Linux?

    Fiesty Fawn rules alone here. I switched to Dapper and cannot believe I waited.
    Linux is the Future and Ubuntu is leading the way.
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    Re: Alright, Tennesseans, what's on your mind?

    This is most excellent news. Down here in Chattanooga, we are a small but growing group of folks.
    Regards
  6. Poll: Re: How Many People have you converted to Linux/Unix so far?

    It is much harder than I thought. Most folks are dependent on "not having choices". Freedom is an alien concept. In the U.S. if you didn't see in a commercial of some sort you are clueless. However...
  7. Thread: What database

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    Re: What database

    Both are capable databases.The difference between them is the cost of professional developement. MySQL can be more expensive to develope. Like I said earlier it really depends on what you intend to...
  8. Thread: What database

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    Re: What database

    Peter,
    doesn't it depend on what you are coding ? If you are working in c++ I would say look at postgreSQL. Far as I know the Professional version cost the same as the community version.
    ...
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    Re: Setting up Eclipse for C++

    I have tried CDT and it runs incredibly slowwww. Use Anjuta for c++ IDE,
    or install the CodeBlocks.deb package from Berlios.de(I use this one personally for a c++ class at school.)
    The Eclipse...
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    Re: Howto: set up a mail server in Ubuntu

    Thanks you saved me a bunch of trouble.
    regards
  11. Thread: Code::Blocks

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    Re: Code::Blocks

    Berlios has the latest build in a .deb. It didn't require a lot of fuss to install. I have Version 1 build 2796 and it is comfortable on Dapper, no troubles.
    regards
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    Re: Programmer Making the Switch Questions

    Code::Blocks here too. I am using it for the C++ class at school.The school is all microsoft. So far all my programs compile and run in visual without any problems.
    regards
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    Re: Programming in linux - where to start

    I too am a noob. I just finished c++ and vb.net at school. Someday I want to be a professional programmer. (Get paid for it)Time will tell.
    Anyway, I am running the CodeBlocks IDE on Dapper and so...
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    Driver development for dell printers?

    Anyone working on the drivers for dell printers ? I understand many are sourced from lexmark and they provide a sdk. Any experience out there I can tap? Send me in a better direction ?
  15. Thread: Code::Blocks

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    Re: Code::Blocks

    I have the same IDE on my machine. I am very pleased with it. C++ mostly, I too would love to see it here.
    best regards
  16. Re: HOWTO: NTFS with read/write support using ntfs-3g (easy method)

    it helps if winders is windowz and I pay a bit more attention.
    Thanks for the help! It's working,excellent.
  17. Re: HOWTO: NTFS with read/write support using ntfs-3g (easy method)

    n:~$ sudo mkdir /media/windowz/ etc/fstab
    Password:
    mkdir: cannot create directory `/media/windowz/': File exists
    mkdir: cannot create directory `etc/fstab': No such file or directory
  18. Re: HOWTO: NTFS with read/write support using ntfs-3g (easy method)

    Ok I am stuck then.
    The mkdir/....winders/etc/fstab command returns
    command not found.
    I quess I am entering it wrong in terminal ?
  19. Re: Anyone interested in helping with parental controls?

    Andy,
    If you have a means of distributing your iso, I would love a copy of it.
    best regards
  20. Re: HOWTO: NTFS with read/write support using ntfs-3g (easy method)

    and my return looks like this.
    n:~$ sudo fdisk -l|grep NTFS
    /dev/sda2 * 7 14596 117194175 7 HPFS/NTFS
    @ubuntuGlen:~$ sudo fdsik -l
    sudo: fdsik: command not found...
  21. Re: HOWTO: NTFS with read/write support using ntfs-3g (easy method)

    I missed something here and got this warning.
    ME n:~$ gksu gedit /etc/fstab
    ///////
    (gedit:7267): GnomeUI-WARNING **: While connecting to session manager:
    Authentication Rejected, reason : None...
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