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Audacious version please? "Blur Scope" in main screen - how? Thank you
My final one:
GTK - MurrinaPolymer
Metacity - Aspire
Wallpaper - Clouds
Titlebar font - AvQuest
App font - Zekton
GTK theme - Aurora
Emerald theme - Aqua Matte White (modified)
Icons pack -...
Very nice setup.
Thank you psyke83. "/usr/local/bin/pulseaudio-equalizer.sh" was the problem.
It's not working. I get the same output as before.
I can't run the last version 2.2. This is the output:
PulseAudio Equalizer/LADSPA Processor...
What you did in interfaces file? I use the change mac address tweak. This lines are from my interfaces file:
iface eth0 inet dhcp
hwaddress ether 00:13:8F:4F:6B:D8
Maybe the tutorial is obsolete. Try with this - HOWTO: PulseAudio Fixes & System-Wide Equalizer Support .
@psyke83 This "toggle" option is a nice feature. It give me an idea for script that can change the default output device. This script can be used with launcher on panel. If user have 3 output devices...
Just follow the part A from first post.
I use this script to run EQ:
cd /home/azot/equalizer/ # <- this path must be edited
java equalizer &
And with shortcut on panel with this:
Yes it work now. :) The key option is "Set as fallback" in "Output devices".
@psyke83 It work but only for one audio device. I have two devices - speakers and headset. Is it possible for other device to use equalizer? This is the situation now:...
Put the file "userchrome.css" (after extraction from archive) in your "/home/YourUsername/.mozilla/firefox/Nonsense.default/chrome" directory and restart Firefox.
The safest way to do that - copy this ~160GB to internal HDD and then delete all partitions on external. Then create one new big partition on external. Any other method hide risks for data.
I have 2 new versions of userchrome:
@Xbehave You can try with "DOM...
Yes this is the right method :). Thank you very much.
I made a mistake in url - i use vmlinuz from same as yours link. The link to Hardy is from Ubuntu documentation. mini.iso is from here
It will be "rocket science" for me to know which packages...
I have good connection with one of local Ubuntu repositories - around 5mb/sec so it will be fast enough. There are 2 differences between normal iso and mini hdd installs:
1. there is not "vmlinuz"...
I want to install mini.iso from hdd because i have troubles with my optical drive. It is possible with regular Ubuntu cd's and i love the speed - 2min install.
EDIT: Thank you both for answers....
Is it possible to install ubuntu minimal iso - mini.iso from hdd?
Ok, Thank you for explanation.