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  1. Re: Forward keystrokes to xserver over ssh console

    Either with an attached mouse or with Alt+Tab (or another combination that's being translated into Alt+Tab on the host, respectively). It's not that important though, the idea is just to blindly...
  2. Re: Forward keystrokes to xserver over ssh console

    Thanks, corrected.

    Well they should be forwarded as if the remote keyboard was locally attached. So from typing in a text to close programs with Alt+F4 they should be able to do what they usually...
  3. Forward keystrokes to xserver over ssh console

    The idea is that I open an ssh session (without X forwarding) in which I can run a script, that catches every keystroke in that terminal and forwards it to the window manager (gnome, xfce or kde). ...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: "Google chrome didn't shut down correctly." message after restart.

    I've never had sync turned on at all.
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    [ubuntu] Re: X11 process calling video freeze

    bump
  6. [ubuntu] Re: "Google chrome didn't shut down correctly." message after restart.

    I see. Thanks eltonw and fragos for your inputs!
  7. [ubuntu] Re: "Google chrome didn't shut down correctly." message after restart.

    … as stated before, wouldn't that be 'Ubuntu's fault' for not ending processes nicely on a user triggered shutdown or reboot? The way I see it the Chrome processes are just terminated by Ubuntu...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Why do things fails to execute in Startup Applications

    What version of gm-notify are you using? Isn't there an option in the program itself that lets you choose to autostart?
    Else I found a possible fix on launchpad: in...
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Why do things fails to execute in Startup Applications

    I recall having a similar problem once. Though I don't remember how I solved it in the end. You could go ahead and try launching a terminal on startup which executes your command:

    gnome-terminal...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Can't find my FAT32 partition in Ubuntu

    And if they do you're not :) at least examine the situation further and correct if necessary. It can easily cost you several hours to recover important data from a corrupted drive or partition.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Help... I shut my PC down!

    sudo shutdown or sudo reboot is usually the way to go. if these don't work you've got other problems :) cheers!
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    [SOLVED] Re: Help... I shut my PC down!

    or more direct: press the power button … or even more direct: pull the plug :P
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    [ubuntu] X11 process causing video freeze

    I have a strange problem on my MythTV PC: From time to time when I watch TV or a video in VLC the picture freezes but the sound will go on. After some time the picture comes back, first with some...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Can't find my FAT32 partition in Ubuntu

    You should definitely consider re-partitioning your harddisk, as you can see sda1 and sda2 end/start on the same cylinder, this can lead to a corrupt file system if data is written into the wrong...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: Why do things fails to execute in Startup Applications

    Have you tried something like "/usr/bin/python /usr/bin/gm-notify.py" ?
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    [SOLVED] Re: Help... I shut my PC down!

    Try entering "sudo shutdown -h now" in a terminal
  17. [ubuntu] Re: "Google chrome didn't shut down correctly." message after restart.

    I just tried to use a Python script instead of bash. Closing chrome works nicely but the computer will hang later in the shutdown process (probably when /sbin/shutdown is invoked again but python's...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: "Google chrome didn't shut down correctly." message after restart.

    I don't think it's appropriate to file a bug report here because in most situations this is a very useful feature, the ability to restore your crashed session with just one click. On my other...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: "Google chrome didn't shut down correctly." message after restart.

    Have you experimented a bit how long the sleep would have to be? I'm sure you can afford to lose 1 or 2 seconds.

    Another solution I've thought of would be to write a little daemon that runs on...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: "Google chrome didn't shut down correctly." message after restart.

    Although this isn't really an elegant solution and may even cause errors on some systems, here is what I just did:

    1.) Moved the original shutdown and reboot script to new locations:
    ~$ sudo mv...
  21. [SOLVED] Re: Karmic Koala as Bluetooth Access Point and Share its Internet Connection

    That sounds very plausible. We've had similar problems with vpn and and IPs in the same subnet.
    Did it work with the specified changes?
  22. [SOLVED] Re: Karmic Koala as Bluetooth Access Point and Share its Internet Connection

    When you connect one of the other phones (that work flawlessly), what does it say when you type 'ifconfig bnep0'?

    To me it looks like the Windows phone is expecting a dhcp lease but your computer...
  23. [SOLVED] Re: Karmic Koala as Bluetooth Access Point and Share its Internet Connection

    Did you get it running by now? If yes how did you do it? Just out of curiosity…
  24. [SOLVED] Re: Karmic Koala as Bluetooth Access Point and Share its Internet Connection

    Have you installed the package "gnome-bluetooth"?

    sudo aptitude install gnome-bluetooth

    This will install a program named "Bluetooth File Sharing", accessible under "Applications" ->...
  25. [SOLVED] Re: Karmic Koala as Bluetooth Access Point and Share its Internet Connection

    Does the normal pairing process work? If you for example want to transfer files over bluetooth?
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