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  1. Re: Wireless - connected, have IP, can't connect to anything

    I had a similar problem with Ubuntu 13.10 on my laptop with broadcom wireless (BCM4313 in my case). If I remember correctly, I had to uninstall a package which was needed with older kernels, but...
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    [all variants] Re: Thunderbird to back up Gmail

    I also use thunderbird and POP3 to backup my email. Gmail remembers which emails have been downloaded via pop3 so that they will not be downloaded again. Here is how to reset this and start over,...
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    Re: C programming files

    Ok, now that I've reread this thread I'm not sure my last post even applies anymore...
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    Re: C programming files

    You don't want to free the buffer until you are done using it (after the "do" loop completes).

    Also, you want to free the buffer, not part_size.

    This line allocates a buffer part_size bytes in...
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    Re: C programming files

    The example I made can be changed to do that. Each time through the loop you would have to generate a new file name, open the new file, write the data, and close the file.

    Hope my example helps.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Gave up waiting for root device

    If you can boot up with a live CD and see all of your files, edit /etc/default/grub.conf, and add rootdelay=60 to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX.

    for example:
    GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="rootdelay=60"

    This will...
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    Re: C programming files

    Ok, I'm not sure exactly what you're trying to do here. Copy a file one part at a time, or split a file into parts. There were a number of things wrong with your version either way.

    Here's a...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: 12.04 LTS on PowerEdge T300 installs but won't boot

    I had a bunch of T310 servers that would not boot when larger disks were installed. It seemed to have something to do with the disk controller taking too long to initialize. I used an Ubuntu...
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