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    [ubuntu] Screen display difficulty

    Hi,

    I'm having some difficulty with my Panasonic TV where the desktop is cut off on all sides. The below link explains the problem however I can not find any setting for Picture Overscan.
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    [ubuntu] Re: vino-server listening on ipv6 (hardy)

    Sorry never figured it out. I just used iptables to allow only local connections to the port.
  3. Re: How to ... turn your linux box into an alarm clock by writing your own init scrip

    Very handy and easy to follow How-To! Thank you very much.
  4. [ubuntu] Re: deleting a specific line which contains 2 patterns

    Try and see if the below code works


    sed -i '/$string/ d' <file>
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    [ubuntu] Re: Torrent Downloads

    Short answer:
    There's no difference what Operating system you use - the traffic will appear to be the same to the ISP.
  6. [SOLVED] Re: Hard links shown in ls -l doesn't make sense!

    The second column is the count of the number of subdirectories, if it is a directory. If it is a file, then it will be 1.

    An empty directory will read as 2. And having a file tlink in the temp...
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    Re: Perl - Net::XMPP library question

    Thanks again for the help and assistance. I appreciate this. I'd made some silly mistakes and typo's in stripping down the code. I've corrected it all and edited the earlier post.

    And yes, I'm...
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    Re: Perl - Net::XMPP library question

    Thanks for your reply. Below is the code which should demonstrate what I want to achieve. I basically want to have the clients relaying messages between 2 different jabber servers.

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    Re: Perl - Net::XMPP library question

    Sorry, thats a typo from my end ... and corrected now. I still can't get it to do both connections, it only executes the first one, client1, to start the loop.
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    Perl - Net::XMPP library question

    Hi,

    I'm trying to write a jabber client using perl and the Net::XMPP library.

    Just wondering how I can get it to connect two clients within the script? If I try use the below code loop, it only...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Internet Sharing?

    Hi there, internet connection sharing is not too difficult to set up. The below page is a good place to start. Feel free to ask if there's something you're not clear about or if something fails to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: websites not working on ubuntu

    Maybe you can try using user agent switcher add on for firefox to report win OS in use. See if that helps.

    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/59/
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    [ubuntu] Re: THE tools to convert DVDs to AVI

    Maybe DVD::RIP could also work for you?
    sudo aptitude search dvdrip
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    [ubuntu] Re: Running setup.sh

    Hi,

    Firstly before you run any scripts on your system its best to know (perhaps read the script if it makes sense to you). Webmin scripts should be okay but always good to check.

    To run it you...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Filezilla - help!

    Hello,

    To navigate to Desktop (assuming its on the local machine that you want to do this) you need to select it under 'local site' - /home/${USER}/Desktop

    Also assuming the same thing for the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Shell script sort and \n

    Try
    echo -e "\nByeWorld"!

    Also, please explain more what you mean by sort command line arguments?
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    [ubuntu] Re: renaming files please help

    If its audio files, you might want to try tagtool.

    Hope this helps.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Remote Desktop to a Windows PC

    You can use rdesktop or tsclient.

    Hope that helps.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Crontab fields?

    The following link should be helpful to you.

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=102626
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    [ubuntu] Re: problem with gtk-recordmydesktop

    Try installing from repository - you shouldn't need the header files in this case. Hope this helps.


    sudo aptitude reinstall gtk-recordmydesktop
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    [all variants] Re: Wake up after suspend

    Hmm thinking about it even the following could work:


    sudo sh -c "echo 0 > /sys/class/rtc/rtc0/wakealarm"
    sudo sh -c "echo `date -d "tomorrow 07:00:00"` > /sys/class/rtc/rtc0/wakealarm"
    cat...
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    [all variants] Re: Wake up after suspend

    Hi there, would this work for you?


    sudo sh -c "echo `date --date="$(date -d tomorrow +%D) 07:00"` > /sys/class/rtc/rtc0/wakealarm
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    [ubuntu] Re: Find length of a song in terminal

    There is another tool you can use (sox but would need to install libsox-fmt-all)


    sox /path/to/audio/file -n stat | grep -i length

    But with regard to installing the extra packages, it is only...
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    [ubuntu] Re: streaming from hard drive to tv

    Erm, if I understand correctly you have media files on an Ubuntu machine which you want to watch on your Samsung TV?

    I trust that you have checked the files - audio/video codecs to ensure the TV...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Find length of a song in terminal

    Hi,

    Have you tried sndfile-info (available in the sndfile-programs) package or ecalength (available in ecasound package)

    Cheers,
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