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  1. [all variants] Re: Watermarks to PDF documents: Is there a simple method?

    Reviving an old post wouldn't be good but just to add a simple command which will make the post above mine helpful to new Linux users:

    Open Terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) and issue the command below to...
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    Re: Horizontal Fiber distribution

    If it were me, I'd choose to have the design of using shielded twisted pair cable and let it run on conduits down the manholes and have it repeated at a distance of 80m till I reach the last villa.
    ...
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    Horizontal Fiber distribution

    This question is directed to members doing/had done telecom jobs:

    Here are the given:

    1. 24 individual villas built on the same direction and not scattered
    2. The last villa is 500 meters away...
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    [ubuntu] RF Analyzer for Ubuntu

    Can anyone recommend me of any RF Analyzer application for Ubuntu.
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    [SOLVED] Re: A script to restart the network-manager

    I tried configuring seahorse (Accessories->Password and Encryption Keys) with my login password and still it incurs the same problem I've been dealing before. It still prompts me with the same...
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    [SOLVED] Re: A script to restart the network-manager

    Thanks for following up Spiderbatdad. You see, the password for the wireless connectivity is already added on keyring as shown on the figure below and has the "auto" connection on nm-applet. I'm...
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    Re: Show Us Your Server

    Servers running Ubuntu of various versions: 7.10 - Apache Web Server, 8.04 - FTP Server and File Server, and 9.10 - Torrent box.

    The (2) desktop PC's in front are not working and the third one...
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    [SOLVED] Re: A script to restart the network-manager

    http://i48.tinypic.com/2zp2jab.jpg

    This is the window which is interfering with the script, If only I know the name of this so I can kill it first before restarting the network-manager:

    Does...
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    [SOLVED] Re: A script to restart the network-manager

    Actually it's not in the power management setting because I always leave my laptop turned on day-in and day-out. It only happens when our wireless connectivity gets choked because some users (all are...
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    [SOLVED] Re: A script to restart the network-manager

    I'll try to post an update whenever I'm prompted with the same password window. Surely terminal's ps would give the detail for me.
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    [SOLVED] Re: A script to restart the network-manager

    We're almost there and here's a follow-through!

    Waking up early this morning, I observed that I was again dropped from my connection last night. The script I placed on cron did not work because I...
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    [SOLVED] Re: A script to restart the network-manager

    I'll try the script if it does it's purpose - Thanks.
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    [SOLVED] A script to restart the network-manager

    I'm currently running Karmic on my laptop and I want to do something to this wireless connectivity (connection drops) problem that's bugging me everytime I leave my laptop turned on for the whole...
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    [all variants] Re: Scheduling plugin for Evolution

    Bump....

    Anyone?...?...? I really need this plugin if it ever exist.

    Thank you.
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    [all variants] Scheduling plugin for Evolution

    Is there a scheduler plugin for Evolution which automatically sends an Email to a certain recipient at a specific time of the day?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't untar a .tar.bz2 file

    The file could be corrupted, try re-downloading the file of it still fails, try installing bzip2 utility:


    sudo apt-get install bzip2

    Extract it"


    bzip2 firefox-3.0.10.tar.bz2
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    [ubuntu] Re: privileges to formated hard drives

    Could you be more specific:

    Of what filesystem did you format your hard drives?

    NTFS = Try using umask

    Linux Filesystem:


    sudo chown -R username:username...
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    [kubuntu] Re: cannot open any folder as root

    I don't know if this can be the known Bug of KDE. Try using the workaround command below:


    kdesu dbus-launch dolphin

    HTH.
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    Poll: [ubuntu] Re: Operation not permitted

    How could that be. That's your home directory so you could copy the files/folders and transfer it to another location.
    Had you tried doing Ctrl+H (Show all hidden folders) while on your Home...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing on partitioned HD

    Actually, 17GB is too much for Ubuntu to be installed. Base requirement is only 4GB.
    You don't need to clear your HDD in order to install Ubuntu. You can make another partition within your 17GB...
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    Poll: [ubuntu] Re: Operation not permitted

    What about:


    sudo chmod -R 777 /media/disk/home/user/.purple/logs/*

    For the Copy-and-Paste operation, try using:


    gksudo nautilus
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    [ubuntu] Re: upgrading from Ubuntu Server 7.10

    Why the need to upgrade? Do you observe any technical flaws that stops your server from performing its functions as installed? Well, if thats not the case, try not to consider the upgrade option. But...
  23. [all variants] Re: How to mount ntfs if I want the one user to have read-write access

    But placing Umask would probably solve that issue. Try:


    sudo mount -t ntfs -o ro,noauto,umask=022 /dev/xxx /media/mount_point

    Change xxx with the drive/partition device name. Also, change...
  24. [all variants] Re: How to mount ntfs if I want the one user to have read-write access

    Editing /etc/fstab file for auto mounting NTFS partition for read/write access is possible but you can't apply Linux partitions on it by trying to limit other users on from accessing it:

    Such as:...
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    [ubuntu] Re: date command

    From the terminal:


    date +%r

    You could view other options using man


    man date
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