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    [ubuntu] Re: Issues with xfinity wireless

    Thaaaanks all!

    commenting out dnsmasq and adding nameservers (i used goog) to resolv.conf fixed the dns issues that had my walls punched full of holes
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Just bought a laptop with an alps touchpad. Should I be worried?

    Hi Roasted,
    I'm thinking about picking up an refurb e4300 as well - did you ever get two finger scroll to work on it??
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    [ubuntu] Re: Dell Latitude two finger scrolling

    Hi sideaway - Resurrecting this extremely old thread to ask if you ever got multitouch working on your e4300, I'd love to know.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guide: Ubuntu 9.04 on Gateway T-6836

    I stuck with 10.04 because i didn't see any compelling reasons to upgrade to 10.10.

    BUT, i just installed 11.04, and despite the fact that i definitely have yet to be sold on the unity interface,...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Android Tethering for my HTC Droid Incredible (like PDANet)

    Since this is high in the search results for "linux tethering on Droid Incredible" i thought i'd share some love.

    Using this guide for the original droid:
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guide: Ubuntu 9.04 on Gateway T-6836

    I've been using 10.04 pretty much daily since alpha 2 and everything seems to be working great except, unfortunately, the brightness controls which are still a no go.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guide: Ubuntu 9.04 on Gateway T-6836

    Yep. Everything seems to working with the exception of the brightness controls. This is on a clean install not an upgrade.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guide: Ubuntu 9.04 on Gateway T-6836

    Kernel 2.6.28 has been in the update queue for the last few days as a security update. Did you run updater in the last few days? Maybe that did it?

    My headphones are still working.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guide: Ubuntu 9.04 on Gateway T-6836

    I've been using the 64-bit version of Jaunty and gotten pretty much everthing up and running by upgrading Alsa and manually upgrading to kernel 2.6.30. Others can speak for themselves, but i'm pretty...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing Kernel 2.6.30 Fixes all the issues!

    Kernel 2.6.30 does fix the screen brightness and brings compiz back, but i still have to upgrade alsa to get the headphones working. Are you getting headphones without the upgrade?

    I am...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Need help enabling VGA output in Gateway MA3

    Just to be clear, you've already tried - System > Preferences > Display?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guide: Ubuntu on Gateway T-6836

    I can only report that vlc seems to be working fine.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guide: Ubuntu on Gateway T-6836

    Inadvertently got the screen brightness adjustment working today!

    In a half-hearted attempt to get compiz working again i followed this guide (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1130582). ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: MP3 player advice-what should I get?

    i have to second (or is it third) the sansa recomendations. I bought a fuze a month ago and it's been great. To my ears the sound quality is great and over at head-fi.org more accomplished ears seem...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guide: Ubuntu on Gateway T-6836

    WHOOOOOOOOOHHHOOOOOOOOOOOO:D

    err, just wanted to confirm that this works on gateway t-6836 (with the alsa-upgrade script and that line from Le Rob in your alsa.conf)

    Thanks!!

    Edit: on jaunty...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guide: Ubuntu on Gateway T-6836

    First, thanks to everyone in the thread - helped me get my t-6836 up and running with 8.04, very helpful.

    Now i'm on a fresh install of 9.04 x64 and having pretty much the same trouble as everyone...
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