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  1. [ubuntu] Some keyboard keys not working initially

    I've had this issue since upgrading to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. I'm running Gnome 3.10.4, and this is all installed on an aging Acer Extensa 5620 laptop.

    For about 10 minutes after boot and logon, I am...
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    Re: Sword and Sworcery installation error

    I successfully installed the game in the end. I do not fully understand how. I can only guess this: the 19% that was downloaded on the first unsuccessful attempt, was not brought from the cache, but...
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    Sword and Sworcery installation error

    I've been messing around for a few days trying to install this game after buying it through Ubuntu One. I've tried to contact the developer, but I've not gotten a response yet. Maybe somone could...
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    [all variants] Re: Bash scripting with mtp-tools

    My script now works! It will load a .csv file (which is how gmusicbrowser exports playlists), make a new folder, send all tracks of the playlist to that folder, and add them all to a brand new...
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    [all variants] Re: Bash scripting with mtp-tools

    Of course, I might've overlooked it. But I'm pretty sure I tried that and that Rhythmbox crashed. Amarok and Clementine could find the player, but not do anything with it. I've also tried Qlix and...
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    [all variants] Re: Bash scripting with mtp-tools

    I finally taught myself how to get at source codes. At first I thought I had to figure out git, but then I stumbled upon this:

    sudo apt-get build-deb libmtp
    sudo apt-get source libmtpOnce I...
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    [all variants] Re: Bash scripting with mtp-tools

    I've uploaded a dump here.

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    In the libmtp documentation are examples of mtp-programs, some of which seem to resemble the mtp-tools. I've tried to compile these, but so far I'm stuck at this...
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    [all variants] Re: Bash scripting with mtp-tools

    Unfortunately, it is not, and this is why I used the quote tag:

    libmtp version: 1.1.3 /home/cerapter/Musikk/Roteskuff/Hayley Westenra - Listen To The Wind.mp3,/Music/07.19 World collide/Hayley...
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    [all variants] Re: Bash scripting with mtp-tools

    I have tried my luck with playedit, and I'm willing to give it another try. I've been unable to install it correctly, because I cannot figure out how to meet this dependency:

    checking for GUDEV......
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    [all variants] Re: Bash scripting with mtp-tools

    Thank you, I am still considering this kind of method. However, I run into problems with the following output, from mtp-sendtr:

    Where I wish to extract the ID, which I know (from later testing) to...
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    [all variants] Bash scripting with mtp-tools

    In lack of compatible software for an old MP3 player like mine (I've tried it all), I'm writing my own bash scripts for transfering playlists. I got libmtp/mtp-tools, and the commands work perfectly,...
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    [gnome] Frequent Accidental Logouts

    It seems x-window manager is restarting very often when I'm spamming Alt+Tab. Maybe I'm pressing something twice, holding something down too long, or pressing something else than Tab, I'm not really...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Cannot Send Data?

    Nevermind, it was my internet connection's fault.
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    [SOLVED] Cannot Send Data?

    I'm posting this from Win7 because my Ubuntu cannot post in message boards (both Firefox and Chromium). Neither can it access Facebook, send emails or log on to Pidgin. Otherwise, everything loads...
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    [SOLVED] Re: gThumb 2.13 catalog location?

    For anyone interested, here's a python script I made for converting old gThumb catalogs to the new format (and the new location):

    I honestly don't even know if this was necessary, but I didn't...
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    [SOLVED] Re: gThumb 2.13 catalog location?

    Thanks a lot. Now I can get to work converting all the old catalogs and updating my script.:D
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    [SOLVED] gThumb 2.13 catalog location?

    I've been used to the catalogs being stored in ~/.gnome2/gthumb/collections. Using feh and a self-made script, this allowed me to view slideshows by simply clicking an icon on the panel and selecting...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Starting JACK from script

    I cleaned up the script and made it easier to expand. In the process, I learned how to use jack_connect and aconnect, and I also came to learn the -c option for jack_lsp, which made it so much more...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: Make bash script in panel output to terminal

    Thank you, that is very related, but unfortunately I found it to be unsuccessful for a range of commands. Here's the command I now have in the panel:


    gnome-terminal -e "/home/cerapter/audio.sh...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Starting JACK from script

    Thanks, that did the trick for pulseaudio! Jack also seems to be more happy now that I don't use pasuspender.

    I wrote a long and sloppy bash script to accomodate all of my session options. I bet...
  21. [ubuntu] Make bash script in panel output to terminal

    To make my Ubuntu life easier, I've made some simple bash scripts to start up different sessions of software. I put them in the top panel so that I only need one click. However, some of them are...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Risky to go from 10.04 from 10.10?

    Thanks for your replies! For now, I'm going to put 10.10 on a memory stick and try it out like that.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Starting JACK from script

    Pardon my lack of specificity. I do not know what you mean by transport buttons, but I meant "everything I do with qjackctl, and also everything it does when it starts up". With Fantasia, I can...
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    [SOLVED] Risky to go from 10.04 from 10.10?

    I'm very happy with the way things work on my Ubuntu 10.04 right now, but I'm tempted to upgrade to 10.10 so I can install the new Amarok. I'm very afraid of things not working as perfectly anymore...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Starting JACK from script

    Thanks, dev files didn't occur to me. I installed them and installed aj-snapshot, and it seems to do its job. :D



    I wish I could write to file all of the jack commands that qjackctl performs in...
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