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    Exclamation Ubuntu Bangalore Forum is up!

    Hello all,
    The Ubuntu Bangalore Forum is up!
    for more details of our team,
    have a look at,
    https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BangaloreTeam
    and you can post your queries about our team and ubuntu here..
    Cheers..
    Bhavi.

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    Re: Ubuntu Bangalore Forum is up!

    great but what are activities, please do remind things and activities , send an e-mail or notify on forums........
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    Re: Ubuntu Bangalore Forum is up!

    wats the progress on dis??

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    Re: Ubuntu Bangalore Forum is up!

    Yeh! this is real great. Let us keep this going.
    Last edited by harsha.angadi; June 19th, 2009 at 01:38 PM.
    Nothing will work unless you do.=D>
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    Re: Ubuntu Bangalore Forum is up!

    good job
    really helpful for guys like us who are near you and in need of help as we are newbies

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    Smile Re: Ubuntu Bangalore Forum is up!

    Hi all.

    Please tell me how to join to this group and kindly tell me what all I can do to actively participate in Bangalore ubuntu group. I am living in Bangalore and affiliate to the idea of gnu, linux and fsf. I am ready to work passionately to make GNU/Linux a success.

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    Re: Ubuntu Bangalore Forum is up!

    cool guys
    great job.
    would love to join the team in popularizing ubuntu in Bangalore and taking it into bangalore it.in 2007

    Please tell me how to join u guys.

    Thx in advance

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    System>admin>users and group problem

    Dear Bangalore friends,
    I am from Thippasandra,Bangalore.I have got problem with my Ubuntu.I was running quiet well but I went in System>admin>users and group problem and I make some changes there.

    '1)I add New users there to click on add user
    2)I I wrote real name and username and passwords
    3)Moved as a Administrator
    3) went in the groups and delete home from there
    and click on ok after that I open terminal it says in place of my real username ashwn deleted and it wrote there I have no name@ashwn-laptop and after signout I could not open with my username and password.Now I am accessing only with the name of user which I add in last but I could not make change in users and group now because it and there is no

    it says you are not allowed to system administration

    please help me

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    Re: Ubuntu Bangalore Forum is up!

    Sorry, I am bit confused with the situation you are in. Please correct me if I understood wrongly.

    You have created a new account and made that account as administrator account, right? then, you deleted the home directory right?, see, your defoult log in directly is your home directly and it looks like
    "/home/userna" and the same path will be stored in the shell variable $HOME.
    you can just try this. log in as any user and open the terminal.
    type "su" and enter the root password. Then create a a folder by the name of the "username" of the user account which you can not log in. secondly, change its ownership from root to the user in question.

    Now try to log in as the "user" with the "username".
    I hope I have understood rightly and it works. all the best

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    Re: Ubuntu Bangalore Forum is up!

    very good

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