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    [all variants] Re: Asus T91 linux installation

    I've upgrade the RAM on mine to 2GB, so that may be helping, but I also have youtube set to run videos on 240p and I do notice when I up the quality; even if I have the cpu frequency set to the full...
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    [all variants] Re: Asus T91 linux installation

    On the off-chance you are still looking for this, the GMA500 chipset is one where different versions of Ubu can work very differently. I have had everything set up in 10.04 for awhile, but it took...
  3. Re: C++ references instead of pointer mem variables

    Probably talking about this: http://www.newty.de/fpt/index.html
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    Re: 2-dimensional array in Python?

    Python has the ability to infinitely add data to arrays by default. So if I declare an empty array as such:


    myArray = []

    I can add to it like so:


    myArray.append([1,2])
  5. Re: Python Module For Editing Video Metadata?

    PyPI brought up one that lets you get metadata (hachoir-metadata), so maybe that dev has looked at it before. Contacting the dev of that package is probably a good place to start.
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    Re: Stuck with Python

    The above edit is very true. I can't count the number of times I've struggled with something for hours, taken a nap or gone to do something else, and not only did the answer hit me unexpectedly, more...
  7. [SOLVED] Re: setting the default file manager back to nautilus

    I know this is solved, but for posterity, does this preserve pcmanfm as the default file manager in lxde?
  8. Re: Wallpaper Thread - Post your ORIGINAL Wallpapers here

    Great picture! Loving the whole radial saturation thing it's got going on. Well composed, shot, and processed; kudos.
  9. Re: Wallpaper Thread - Post your ORIGINAL Wallpapers here

    I get that as well. I've removed them from publishing for the moment. Put it on Picasa for the time being. Thanks for letting me know.
  10. Re: Wallpaper Thread - Post your ORIGINAL Wallpapers here

    Jake,

    Great stuff. I also did some remakes of it :) I go to UNT (green/white school colors), hence the green letters :)

    EDIT: Ubuntu One didn't like my photos for some reason, so here's the...
  11. [ubuntu] Re: Remote Desktop over internet = Connection Closed

    Port 443 might be better, as the traffic is expected to be secured. ssh over 80 might be blocked. Telnet on the other hand...

    EDIT: Also I should mention that trying to get around this stuff could...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu will not boot, cannot get to recovery mode

    If you aren't sure what file you edited, hit the up arrow until you get to a line for editing a file IF you edited from command line. You can also do "less ~/.bash_history" and look through that ("G"...
  13. [ubuntu] Re: Remote Desktop over internet = Connection Closed

    Doesn't matter a whole lot now since I'd be willing to bet they're blocking by traffic type, but you can enable X forwarding through ssh if the client machine has X11. It is definitely more secure...
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    [SOLVED] Re: ifconfig through SSH

    When remoting in, run


    bash ~/.bashrc

    then try


    /sbin/ifconfig
  15. [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu will not boot, cannot get to recovery mode

    It depends on the file modified really. I think a good thing to do would be to Ctrl-Alt-F1 when you get to the purple screen to get to a terminal (let us know if you can't do that). Login, then type...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Disable Mouse Taps Perminantly

    Yes, you can add it to startup programs in gnome if you only want it to launch with gnome. I believe that's System>Preferences (maybe Administration, don't use Gnome)>Startup Applications. Just add...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Remote Desktop over internet = Connection Closed

    No worries. You can change the server so it's listening on a less standard VNC port but sometimes a proxy or firewall will block outgoing traffic by analyzing the traffic itself, so that may not...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Folder with files gone somewhere

    Great! Sorry for derailing the thread, OP may have it back. Will add updatedb to crontab :)

    Cheers and thanks for the info all.
  19. [SOLVED] Re: 11.04 Can't update, Some index files failed to download.

    Edit the original post to replace it with the correct one just in case someone with the same problem fails to read before typing :)

    Thanks again :)
  20. [ubuntu] Re: How do I complete remove and reinstall Ubuntu One

    Note: review what will be removed with complete removal. Sometimes, if it's packaged with the OS, it will try and remove the metapackage for everything ubuntu (not good). First, I would recommend...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: Remote Desktop over internet = Connection Closed

    Your workplace is likely blocking it. Not much you can do and depending on your job function, if it's not an awkward conversation to have, you can ask the sysadmin(s) at your workplace.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Taking It From The Top

    1. Hardware: There are a number of compatibility lists out there. Best thing is just to search the name of the hardware followed by "linux compatibility" or "ubuntu compatibility" or just "ubuntu" to...
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    Re: Stuck with Python

    Note py2exe above for making your program for Windows users. Not only can python listen on ports, there are a number of web server applications developed exclusively in Python or that use primarily...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: encfs issue - missing encrypted folder using cryptkeeper

    It probably wasn't created. Would confirm with the cryptkeeper team, but that's probably the case. It's never too late to start exploring, but when moving files, highly recommend copying first,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: launching python

    Not familiar with gnome, but have you tried right-click>Properties and see if there's an option for automatically running in a terminal? EDIT: I took my suggestion about gnome-terminal out because...
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