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    [ubuntu] Re: kernel update and ecryptfs problem with ssh

    I have not filed a bug. I don't have a good enough understanding of the security implications to know what the most desirable functionality is.
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    [ubuntu] Re: kernel update and ecryptfs problem with ssh

    For now, I have decided on a compromise, since I don't know how to push my keys to the kernel keyring from a script.

    I moved my ssh authorized keys back into the encrypted home directories and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: kernel update and ecryptfs problem with ssh

    I have tried the following kernels without success, suggesting to me that this is not a recent kernel update problem:
    2.6.32-24-generic
    2.6.32-23-generic
    2.6.32-22-generic
    2.6.32-21-generic
    ...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Cowon iaudio 9 Not Mounting as Digital Audio Player

    Sometimes until a player has been out for a while it won't have proper definitions in HAL and it gets treated as a generic USB flash drive. In the past I have been able to put a .is_audio_player file...
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    [ubuntu] Re: GVFS in trash?? cant delete

    First you need to know the exact name and location of the file. The path and filename that I used were just examples.

    Go to your trash directory.

    It should be here:

    cd...
  6. [all variants] Re: System unreponsive during disk activity (9.10)

    This recent post might help get you started.

    Disk IO causes computer to become extremely unresponsive
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    [ubuntu] Re: GVFS in trash?? cant delete

    I have had problems with a .gvfs file in the past. I was able to get rid of it by unmounting it, rather than deleting it. It won't hurt anything to try.


    umount -fl /home/XXXXX/.Trash/.gvfs
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    [ubuntu] Re: command on startup - good or bad?

    This problem is more complicated than most people think when the first try to tackle it. Symlinks seem like a good way to go until the first time that your wife tries to delete a photo that you...
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    [ubuntu] Re: command on startup - good or bad?

    The main reason I don't like your idea of running a program at bootup is that you have to reboot to switch which person is able to edit photos. The first time your wife just switches users without...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to move Ubuntu from HDD to SSD

    I found some good information on the following link:

    UNIXgod's Official UNIX/Linux SSD Guide
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    [all variants] Re: /home keeps going into read-only

    I am dealing with a similar problem on my backup drive. I'm trying to figure out if it means I my drive is going bad or if there is some kind of memory error issue. I am memtesting the computer...
  12. Re: Howto: Install Wine applications for Multiple Users

    IkeLewis,

    I originally started using this technique for Rosetta Stone. I have it installed once for the windows user and then each user launches the software from their desktop. The Rosetta Stone...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Suggestion for using MCE Remote on Ubuntu

    Lirc is the linux program that interprets button presses from infrared remote controls. Lirc supports the MCE remote completely. On many computers, the MCE remote will even wake the computer from S3...
  14. Re: Howto: Install Wine applications for Multiple Users

    As I posted in reply #21. I thought that the method synss posted looked quite promising. I tried to implement it the same day it was posted. Unfortunately, it gave me the errors I posted, the first...
  15. btnx works for stubborn dance pads too!

    This is a terrific program. I was able to use btnx to get my Cobalt Flux dancepad working with StepMania after trying lots of other programs and howtos without success. The details are in this post....
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    [ubuntu] Re: Redoctane Ignition 5.0 not listed as joystick

    I now have my Cobalt Flux dancepad working in Stepmania 3.9, Stepmania 4.0 and openitg beta2 on ubuntu64 jaunty and ubuntu karmic. Based on the great info in this thread and some other reading, I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Redoctane Ignition 5.0 not listed as joystick

    As an update, I get the same error with Stepmania 4 on Jaunty and Karmic


    WARNING: Unexpected packet (size -1 != 8) from joystick 2; disabled

    I was able to get my dance pad working with...
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    [gnome] Re: pydance not displaying properly

    I am seeing this problem in karmic also. Interestingly, the graphics look fine on my 64bit Jaunty box. I am using nvidia graphics driver on both machines. Did you guys ever figure this out?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Redoctane Ignition 5.0 not listed as joystick

    sfp-a7x,

    Thanks for this post. I was able to use your hack to get my cobalt flux dance pad(Control box V5.0) working under Jaunty with StepMania 3.9. My device had a slightly different modalias:
    ...
  20. Re: Howto: Install Wine applications for Multiple Users

    snkiz,

    In the original post, you will see that this method does use a fake user called "windows" to host the shared wine installation. Your real users can still use their regular wine installation...
  21. Re: Howto: Install Wine applications for Multiple Users

    qmax,

    Can you give me some more details about what you mean? I don't think I understand your post.

    As described in the first post, this method was derived from techniques that people use to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Troubleshooting the Dell Inspiron 5100 on Ubuntu

    Enabling S-video TV-out for Dell inspiron 5100 on Jaunty 9.04


    xrandr --addmode S-video 800x600
    xrandr --output S-video --mode 800x600
    xrandr --output LVDS --off

    The first line creates the...
  23. Thread: Creating space?

    by rsay
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    [ubuntu] Re: Creating space?

    http://www.ubuntugeek.com/settingup-an-ftp-server-on-ubuntu-with-proftpd.html
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    [xubuntu] Re: Truecrypt 6.1 and Intrepid

    /etc/sudoers
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    [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu intrepid ibex ubdate problem

    Assuming the username is "sale"


    sudo chown sale:sale /home/sale/.gnupg/*

    This will set the owner/group to sale for all the files in the /home/sale/.gnupg folder.
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