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    [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu efi disaster.

    Please relax everyone! UEFI may cause us all some headache for the moment but trust me, it does make computing safer and if you can login with administrator privileges in the windows system it is...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: A few questions to help me get my set up working properly

    1. What is your hostname?


    gksu gedit /etc/hostname
  3. [xubuntu] Re: Chrome auto starts. It's not in my auto start list.

    Long time, no answer.
    This is a long shot, in case it has to do with Ubuntu One.

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1458381
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    [ubuntu] Re: plugin-container eats 90% of CPU !

    Primary disorder: Advertisers deficit attention and use Flash with loads of graphics to get you hyperactive.

    ADH(F)D, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity (Flash) Disorder

    This is a problem related...
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    [SOLVED] Re: usermod -p will not run from crontab

    Yes! I remember that full path solved the problem.
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    [ubuntu] Re: plugin-container eats 90% of CPU !

    I got a server with 2 old Intel CPU. I recommend both Swiftfox and FlashBlock:

    Get Swiftfox designed for your CPU:
    http://getswiftfox.com/deb.htm

    Install Swiftfox:
    sudo dpkg -i swiftfox-3.*
    ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: freenx on ubuntu 10.4 stop and start

    This worked for me:
    $ sudo /usr/bin/nxserver --stop
    NX> 100 NXSERVER - Version 3.2.0-74-SVN OS (GPL, using backend: 3.4.0)
    NX> 123 Service stopped
    NX> 999 Bye

    $ sudo /usr/bin/nxserver --start...
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    [ubuntu] Re: plugin-container eats 90% of CPU !

    I did this on my 10.04 LTS LTSP Server:

    sudo chmod 700 /usr/lib/firefox-3.6.11/plugin-container

    Ugly, but it works for now.
  9. [ubuntu] Re: How do I Uninstall VMWare Workstation 6?

    sudo su
    vmware-installer -u vmware-workstation
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    [SOLVED] Re: usermod -p will not run from crontab

    Same result, I forgot to tell I was running crontab as root ...

    I tried to add the usermod command directly in crontab with the same result, but sent the output to /root/test.log:


    $ su -
    $...
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    [SOLVED] usermod -p will not run from crontab

    Ubuntu 8.04 LTS, crontab -e, usermod -p

    I got this script to reset passwords for users. It works fine when I run it as root, but I have to sudo the usermod command to make it work from crontab. I...
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