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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Turtlebeach Santa Cruz Soundcard in 9.10 Fix

    Boy, I posted too fast. Everything is fine until I adjust the volume. I can't pick a specific volume. If I adjust it up or down it will be fine. But in the transition, it is just noise. I used...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Turtlebeach Santa Cruz Soundcard in 9.10 Fix

    For me, Analog 5.0 Surround Output seemed to work best, though I do have a bit of noise now and then. I tried Analog Mono Output for a while with ZERO noise, ever, but didn't want to do without...
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    [ubuntu] Re: VMwareServer install problem

    Sorry if I am too brief here, but here goes...

    The first part is probably easy. You run the command:

    uname -r

    and get a kernel version, like "2.6.28-14-generic" which you put into the...
  4. [other] Re: vmware on ubuntu 9.04 is driving me to insanity

    Have you tried the following for keyboard issues while using VMware Server?

    just add to /etc/vmware/config:
    xkeymap.nokeycodeMap = "TRUE"
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    [kubuntu] Re: how to force 1400x1050 vesa mode for X?

    I have an ES1000 chipset common to MANY servers and I found the monitor settings useful. I copied them into my xorg.conf file which previously had NO hardware-specific indications, and that was the...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: Howto fix broken Eiciel ACL editor in Gnome

    I am delighted to find out there is a fix for this.

    I am less delighted than I might have been before tonight, though.
    I am currently working with 8.10 and performed a file copy operation using...
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    [ubuntu] Re: No root terminal in 9.04?

    Not to pile on, but I am finding Root Terminal in the Gnome menu only works for root. For all others, the process just spins into the ether. I am working with VERY CLEAN installs, with only Jaunty...
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    Sticky: [all variants] Re: Virtualization Ubuntu 9.04

    I tried your guide, and it didn't work for me with VMware. I did find a fix from sabi, though:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=7088527&postcount=19
  9. [all variants] Re: Fixing VMWare Jaunty guest vmmouse support

    The above worked for me as well on the 9.04 official version. Thank you for this post! I have cut and paste, drag and drop, and proper mouse transition from host/guest on VMware WS 6.5.2 running on...
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    Sticky: [all variants] Re: Virtualization Ubuntu 9.04

    The vmhgfs module is only responsible for shared folders. I quote from the config script itself, "The filesystem driver (vmhgfs module) is used only for the shared folder feature. the rest of the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: VMware server 2 vsock warning

    Sorry for the false alarm - I found a note which I am sure is from a post here:

    The second issue is that vmware-user doesn't automatically start - this is because we accidentally left out a line...
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    [ubuntu] Re: VMware server 2 vsock warning

    I am running VMware Workstation 6.5.2 build-156735 and while the patches discussed here worked for the previous version of Workstation (6.5.1) and VMware Server 2.0 and Ubuntu 8.10, they aren't...
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