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  1. Re: Will upgrading my WLAN card to a/g/n take me from ~20Mbps to my full ~50Mps?

    So I went ahead and ordered the Dell 1510 I linked to since it's compatible with my Latitude E6400, and it's a/g/n compatible. It should arrive in a couple days. I'll see if that does anything, and...
  2. Re: Will upgrading my WLAN card to a/g/n take me from ~20Mbps to my full ~50Mps?

    I have an Acer that's getting the full 50Mbps. The router is N-rated, and when I plug in via ethernet, I get the full 50Mbps. There are two laptops, both running 14.04, and a smartphone on the WiFi...
  3. Will upgrading my WLAN card to a/g/n take me from ~20Mbps to my full ~50Mps?

    Hello folks, I'm using a Dell Latitude E6400 with Ubuntu 14.04.1 and this WiFi card, it's a Dell 1397. I'm currently only getting ~20Mbps on what's supposed to be ~50Mbps. I'm using the...
  4. Removing packages associated with kubuntu-desktop on Trusty Tahr

    Hello, I installed the kubuntu-desktop meta-package to play around with KDE and see what it was like, and was curious if there was a simple way to remove all of these packages if I decide I don't...
  5. [SOLVED] Re: Launching a shell script with a menu interface from GUI

    I got it working! I feel really stupid. The mistake I made in this case, was rather than manually creating a *.desktop file, I stupidly duplicated an already existing entry in /usr/share/applications...
  6. [SOLVED] Launching a shell script with a menu interface from GUI

    Here's the deal, I've been using mupen64plus for awhile now. It plays my games just fine, I got my controller working just fine, the only hassle is having to launch it from a terminal every time I...
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    Re: Mono ditched in Ubuntu 12.04

    I am so happy to say that my faith in Ubuntu has been restored. :biggrin: First Canonical teams up with RedHat to fight M$ secure boot, then they get rid of mono. It proves to me that they're serious...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 11.04 Installing Problems - No Backlight

    This is a confirmed bug.

    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/826386

    Head over and let the developers know it affects you. The more people who report this thing, the more likely...
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    Re: Natty Backlight problems update

    Back from Launchpad. It's officially filed.

    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/826386
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    Re: Natty Backlight problems update

    Howdy Forums!

    Well, I decided to give the latest build of Oneiric a shot. Guess what? SAME PROBLEM!

    I first reported this in Natty's testing phase, but it found its way into the production...
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    Re: Yet Another Icon set

    Thanks! I appreciate it! :D
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    Yet Another Icon set

    Hello Forum!

    I know the market for icons is a little crowded, but I have made my own set. In honor of Unity, I call it "United" (previously Blubuntu) I hope you all enjoy it. It's completely free...
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    Re: Natty Backlight problems update

    UPDATE: On a whim I decided to try a distribution upgrade to 11.04 from a fresh install of 10.10. The short of it is, same problem. HOWEVER! (This is where it gets interesting) I accessed the grub...
  14. [ubuntu] Belkin WiFi router setup page is blank

    Hello Forum!

    I have a bit of a problem. I have a Belkin Share Max N300 wireless router that is seriously misbehaving. For the most part it works fine. However, there are times when for no reason...
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    Natty Backlight problems update

    Hello Forum!

    I have previously posted about the lack of back lighting with Natty Beta 1. When I first discussed this issue I was directed to this bug.
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    Thank You All

    I just wanted to take a moment and thank the entire Ubuntu community for the time, dedication, and support. Ubuntu is one of the best operating systems on Earth, and it's because of all of us. The...
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    [ubuntu] Re: No back-lighting in ubuntu 11.04

    This affects me too. I downloaded the Natty Beta and at first I thought I had no screen. Then I looked carefully and could barely make it out. So, like you, I got a flashlight and noticed that there...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Rhythmbox player playlist problem

    Hmm... I would say there is a problem with the original rips, yeah. If you are using SoundConverter, it would be best if, instead of converting from one encoded format to another, i.e. AAC to MP3 for...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Rhythmbox player playlist problem

    Okay, first off kendi, you're right. If your music is on a Windows partition (i.e. D: drive) then it would not load until that partition is MOUNTED. Until a drive is MOUNTED under Linux, its data is...
  20. Re: logitech controller....how to get it to work?

    You shouldn't need any drivers for it. I recently purchased this same gamepad and it worked as soon as I plugged it in. There was no pop-up or anything. I got it for my emulators, (Mupen64plus,...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: Mp3, ogg, wma, and tag problems. Where to start?

    What if I converted them to *.wav first? That would retain sound quality but I'd lose the tags, wouldn't I?
  22. [ubuntu] Mp3, ogg, wma, and tag problems. Where to start?

    My Music directory is a mess. My mp3 player (Sansa Fuze 8GB) is suffering because of it. My music is scattered across several formats, mp3, ogg, maybe even some wma, (although I think I weeded THOSE...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: My computer runs 64-bit Windows 7. Should I install 64-bit Ubuntu?

    If you're using Google Chrome, then you don't have to do anything. Chrome has a built-in implementation of Flash and it works on 64 bit "out-of-the-box". Have fun!
  24. [ubuntu] Re: My computer runs 64-bit Windows 7. Should I install 64-bit Ubuntu?

    If you're running Windows 7 in 64 bit, then you should definitely run Ubuntu in 64 bit. I have noticed a BIG difference in performance, despite what many have told me. I have compared 32 bit and 64...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Brightness on laptop doesn't change

    I just booted up my Acer Aspire 5734Z and the screen was way too dark. Brightness controls were doing nothing. I did what the workaround said, rebooted, and BAM! Oh so beautiful. Thank you so very...
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