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  1. Re: howto: Belkin F7D1101 with RTL8192SU from staging

    WOW! You are a saint amoung men!

    Worked perfectly with a new install of Ubuntu 10.10 AMD64. Nice and simple.

    Thanks!
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    Re: Wasilla, Alaska

    Agree with sin@, Juneau used to get major bear in the summer (granted, no grizzes around there) When I lived in downtown (paused...waiting for laughter to subside...) Juneau, we used to get 15-20...
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    Re: Wasilla, Alaska

    The photo of Sara and family, if from Juneau, Somewhere around the SOB (state office Building) probably one of the houses on the side of the hill. The area accross the water there is Douglas (now...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: 9.10 in VMware. Visual effects : Kubuntu OK; Ubuntu NOT. Any solutions?

    Found the same thing in VirtualBox with Ubuntu/Kubuntu guests. What I figured out (rememeber this is virtualbox not VMWare)

    Ubuntu(gnome) uses Compiz for its effects. Compiz just frags in my...
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    [all variants] Re: Certifications

    In General, the certs are absolutely worth it. Of course, some are more valuable than others. The Certs (again, in general) give employers some marker that you AT LEAST do know this or that, and...
  6. [SOLVED] Re: /dev/mapper taking over windows partitions

    Fixed...I think...I hope... Fingers crossed...

    Problem seems to be that 9.10 installed dmraid, and that dmraid automatically (and incorrectly) assumed my sdb drive was part of a raid set.

    This...
  7. [SOLVED] /dev/mapper taking over windows partitions

    I looked but I didn't find anything about this yet. but.

    Since I upgraded to 9.10 from 9.04, Ubuntu now lists my windows partitions (windows 7) as "dev/mapper/sil_ajadbjcfcbad1" etc. Which I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Homemade tower shopping list?

    Under $300? maybe not, Depends really on what you are going to do with it. I mean you CAN get a AMD 64x2 and a asus microatx mobo for like 120 at newegg...but...It severly restricts upgrading,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: grub error 17 after resizing windows XP

    Really? Good to know. I know that the UUID is generated when the partition is created, or recreated. But I didn't know if there was any time that it can be changed. A good thing to keep an eye on....
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    [ubuntu] Re: grub error 17 after resizing windows XP

    Actually, yeah. I guess that was why they use the UUID these days, since that doesn't ever change.If you use the UUID. (I thought it was using the UUID), that is why I thought you shouldn't have a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: grub error 17 after resizing windows XP

    Well, your sda5 is NTFS (or so your screenshot says) I assume you want to kill the ntfs and make the sda6 bigger.There is no way to to merge ntfs it with an etx3 partition(sda6) only way is to move...
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    [ubuntu] Re: grub error 17 after resizing windows XP

    I always use:

    ls -l /dev/disk/by-uuid/

    or you can use

    sudo vol_id -u device

    where device is the partition you want to know about. Like this:
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    [ubuntu] Re: grub error 17 after resizing windows XP

    Actually, it doesn't...quite. Ubuntu defaults to using UUID when it configures grub these days. This is actually good, cause UUID is a unique ID for the partition. Partition numbers like sda2 or...
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    [ubuntu] Re: grub error 17 after resizing windows XP

    Opps, yup, forgot the sudo. stupid brain...sorry about that.
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    [ubuntu] Re: grub error 17 after resizing windows XP

    Well, it looks like your menu.lst is set up right given the partition table that you posted. The UUID , BTW is a unique id for each partition that never changes, and so it should be alright, The...
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    [ubuntu] Re: grub error 17 after resizing windows XP

    BTW, whats the fat32 partition for?

    just curious.
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    [ubuntu] Re: grub error 17 after resizing windows XP

    Well, Error 17 aint that worrying, it just means grub is confused about where to go. Probably what happened was when you repartitioned the drive, now grub is looking in the wrong place for the...
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    Re: Well...I got a tattoo today...

    Alright! Like it! It does my heart good to see the number of Linux related tatoos around. I mean when was the last time you saw a Windows logo tatooed, or Citibank? Hell, my daughter, now 18, wants...
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    [ubuntu] Re: FedoraDS and Ubuntu 8.1

    Cool, I really got to try this out one more time, I got side tracked (again, funny how easy that can be) I'll pour over this this weekend. Probably something silly last time, eay to make mistake...
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    [ubuntu] FedoraDS and Ubuntu 8.1

    Has anyone tried, perferrably successfully to install Fedora DS on Ubuntu 8.1? Been evaluating Ubuntu server and doing a comparison vs RH based distros, and seem to be hitting a wall on this one...
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    Re: Share your geek side :)

    Geek as in nerd... I had a conversation in a bar with a friend of mine about someone I was dating at the time, and since I don't really know psychology, I was using computer terms, Took my friend...
  22. Re: What is your favorite "hacker" or computer movie?

    Really? I always thought that the movie, good as it was, was really just a promotion for the game. I mean, they had video games in the arcades less than a week after the movie came out.(yeah, I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Extra RAM Problem

    both sticks work fine if they are by themselves? If so, sounds like a ram/mother board problem I would run mem test on is all the same. But can your mother board handle 2gb ram? Don't know your...
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    Poll: Re: Would you use Linux if there was no GUI?

    For a server, without a doubt, or anything else in which a gui is not needed, but alas, as a desktop, alas, no. For obvious reasons. But there would still be a need ofr it.
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    Re: Linux Certification

    For certification info and guides, cram sheets, practice tests, and forums, I highly recommend ProProfs.com, Helped immesurably with my A+ and Network+. The Linux+ forum is not a active as the...
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