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    Re: HPLIP is not installed properly

    Working through the bug report, which is somewhat out of date I found the fix for this problem.

    Due to problems with the switch from Python 2 to 3, hplip was broken at the upgrade from 14.10 to...
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    [SOLVED] Re: SSH with file browser interface?

    Thank you so much for this information! I too was having problems with sshfs and found this thread which enabled me to set SFTP via Nautilus - a nice solution!
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    [ubuntu] Re: linuxprinting.org not working. HP-plugin

    I'll vote for that!

    Thanks again for your help! I mostly use my printer for printing CD envelopes for giveaway CDs of Ubuntu, Lubuntu and Puppy Linux, so you got me back in production there!
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    [ubuntu] Re: linuxprinting.org not working. HP-plugin

    My mistake. I tried rebooting the whole system and now it prints! Thank you!
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    [ubuntu] Re: linuxprinting.org not working. HP-plugin

    Jack:

    Thanks for all those instructions. I followed it and they all worked fine, created a print queue and everything but it still won't print. I have no idea why. It sends jobs to the print queue...
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    [ubuntu] Re: linuxprinting.org not working. HP-plugin

    I am having this same problem, trying to set-up my HP 1018 with sudo apt-get install hplip and the installation fails because the proprietary plug in from http://www.openprinting.org/ is unavailable....
  7. Thread: Epiphany 3.0.0

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    [SOLVED] Re: Epiphany 3.0.0

    Actually if you install Ubuntu 11.10 (due out today) then the repostories have the latest version of Epiphany, which is 3.0.4.

    I am not sure why you would say all the browsers except Firefox are...
  8. Thread: Camera Metadata

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    [SOLVED] Re: Camera Metadata

    Okay I had a change to test it out and it works! That you for suggesting Exiv2!

    For anyone who wants to use this utility you just have to ensure Exiv2 is installed and then to read image metadata...
  9. Thread: Camera Metadata

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    [SOLVED] Re: Camera Metadata

    Thanks for that quick reply! Exiv2 is not installed by default in Lubuntu, but let me check it out and see if it can do the job!
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    [ubuntu] Re: Is 512MB RAM enough to run Ubuntu?

    We use Lubuntu and we love it. Even if you can get Ubuntu running on 512 MB you will find that it may be frustratingly slow and that you can only run one or two applications at a time. I suggest...
  11. Thread: Camera Metadata

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    [SOLVED] Camera Metadata

    Photos taken by cameras or scanned by some scanners have metadata attached to them that gives information on when the photos were taken, camera type, the shutter speed, f-stop and other similar...
  12. Thread: Epiphany 3.0.0

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    [SOLVED] Re: Epiphany 3.0.0

    Thank you everyone for your responses. I was hoping it would be just a matter of compiling and installing the source code from the command line, but looking at what you have indicated here and the...
  13. Thread: Epiphany 3.0.0

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    [SOLVED] Epiphany 3.0.0

    I am running the Epiphany browser version 2.30.2 on Lubuntu 10.10 and noted that the source code for the newest version, 3.0.0, is available on Gnome projects.

    In checking Launchpad there seems to...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Microsoft Fonts in Restricted Extras

    The EULA is pretty generic, but it does seem to indicate that the fonts can be used by anyone, with the expected restrictions on reverse engineering, alteration, etc.

    I won't ask how you would...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Microsoft Fonts in Restricted Extras

    I found an official copy of the EULA
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    [SOLVED] Re: Microsoft Fonts in Restricted Extras

    Actually when I tried to install the package on Lubuntu it hung up exactly on the EULA and wouldn't display it. Does anyone have a copy of it, I wasn't able to find it in the web.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Microsoft Fonts in Restricted Extras

    Well that was my thought as well. See this article for one instance of Microsoft not being nice to even its paying customers.

    I appreciate the endorsement of the quoted blog entry, but does anyone...
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    [SOLVED] Microsoft Fonts in Restricted Extras

    Ubuntu generally comes with free fonts, like the GPL- licenced FreeSans, FreeSerif and FreeMono series and also the "Liberation" series. While setting up my new Lubuntu 10.10 installation the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Chromium won't update?

    If you are running Chromium 10.0.605.0 then you are signed up for daily builds, which is why you keep getting new ones every day. Launchpad shows the current stable version in the Ubuntu...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Burning ISO to CD-R

    I really think you are right, it is a hardware problem. I just found the paperwork and the PC was purchased new, along with its CD/DVD writer in May 2009. It has a standard HP warranty of 1 years so...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Erase a CD-RW via Command Line?

    Sorry I seem to be confusing everyone with my multiple threads about different PCs I am troubleshooting all at the same time.

    Just to avoid confusion: the PC in this thread is a Dell Dimension...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Burning ISO to CD-R

    Thanks for your reply!

    I am convinced that the CD-Rs themselves are not the problem. The ones I have now are good quality Phillips ones and I haven't had any bad ones from them. The drive in...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: OK, I'm running. So what about antivirus s.w.?

    We don't want to be forwarding viruses to our friends who use Windows now, do we?

    If you do download a suspicious file and don't have ClamAV installed to scan it with you can also upload to to one...
  24. Thread: CPU at 100%

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    [SOLVED] Re: CPU at 100%

    This has been a really common problem with Ubuntu 10.10. I had the same problem on a test PC with 2 GB of RAM and a 2.66 Ghz Intel processor, a number of applications running on their own would max...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Burning ISO to CD-R

    For billnyeizzle - thanks for the thought on MD5 sum checking, all the ISOs I am using have been MD5 sum checked!

    Okay we are making some progress on this issue. Today I had a chance to access the...
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