Have you installed libdvdcss?
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Have you installed libdvdcss?
A recent Compiz update seems to have reduced Compiz memory usage significantly.
Good to see these matters still being addressed.
I will wait a while, and if all is well, marked this thread as...
What did you use to download your mp3?
did you use the program clamz as mentioned above?
If so the track will be in your music folder.
any music you purchase from amazon will be saved in your...
If I understand what you are trying to do, it is very simple.
Just open system settings, account details, & paths.
There you change all your default folder locations.
IMO Bleachbit is an excellent tool. I have been using it for years without the stabilty of my system being affected. You just need to be selective in what it cleans.
For eg. I leave unticked, all...
2 things you can try.
1st. For large files, that you want to delete, open up your home folder, click edit - preferences - behavoir, & tick the box "include a delete command....."...
Thanks, VH-BIL, That Worked.
I always use a program called redshift on all my linux installs.
On Ubuntu 14.04 I have added it to my startup applications, using the command "/usr/bin/redshift".
Everytime I logout & in again...
I thought I would readdress this thread as 14.04 has now been out 6 months & this issue still persists for me.
The problem seems to be the amount of files unity needs to search through, if your...
Try downloading one of the free tracks and see if it works.
Which Amazon store are you using?
Amazon UK is still allowing the download of a .amz file, which clamz can then be used to download albums.
I just tested this 5 minutes ago & all is well.
Chances of it being a virus is close to nil. It's more likely to be a configuration file conflict after you upgraded to 14.04, or a dodgy add-on.
Depending on how much you have configured Firefox,...
Works fine for me. You may need root. Try:
sudo ink -p usb
or if your printer is in a usb port I use:
sudo ink -d /dev/usb/lp0
Hope this helps.
You don't need Brasero. K3B is the default burning software in Kubuntu & IMO is far superior to Brasero anyway.
To burn Audio CDs just open up k3b and click "New Audio CD Project" locate the files...
What I would do is rip a CD using asunder at 320kbps or FLAC if you have the space.
I have tried all kinds of rippers & cannot honestly tell the differnce in audio quality.
Someone may contradict...
EAC is not fast by any means. It's main concern is accuracy & quality.
If you want speed & a reasonable rip, I would use a native ripper like asunder. Its in the repos.
If quality is what your...
If removing libreoffice-base, I assume you want rid of libreoffice altogether off your system?
If so try running:
sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffice*
from a terminal.
That always worked...
2 things to try.
1st change the application font in synaptics preferences.
2nd Because synaptic is a root application, try changing roots fonts. In a terminal:
I agree, but the command line is fairly easy. Everytime I use clamav, I just update using the command in my last post, then run:
sudo clamscan -r --bell -i /nameofdirectory
If I understand you correctly, the virus definitions are not updated by the software centre,
You have to update them manually by either using the gui or by running:
sudo freshclam from the...
I do not have a nvidia card, mine is just an Intel integrated graphics card using the open source drivers, so I do not think this problem is Nvidia specific.
I know this thread is now 6 weeks old, but does anyone yet have any solutions/answers to this issue.
After login my compiz uses 60-80mb memory, but once I open any application from the dash or...
Have you installed the ubuntu-restricted-extras package? Audacious has always worked fine for me.
If you used Firefox to download the .deb from Google, then by default it should have saved it to your downloads folder, unless you have specified somewhere else.
Just right click the .deb package, &...
All depends which add-ons you have installed. Some add-ons aren't updated quick enough, & so are not always compatible with the latest version of Firefox/Thunderbird, hence the compatibility message....