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    Re: packaging a dictionary

    Think I got everything working with the install, let me know if something isn't working.

    So without furthur ado, the first Medical Dictionary in Ubuntu can be downloaded from my PPA:...
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    Re: packaging a dictionary

    should have included the whole script code. I copied the top part from another package. other one is similar.


    #!/bin/sh
    set -e
    if [ "$1" = "configure" ]; then
    update-openoffice-dicts
    fi...
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    Re: HOW TO package arbitrary files for your PPA

    was able to get everything installed in the right place, but the postinst and postrm scripts aren't working.

    OpenOffice is also crashing when the dictionary is installed. Seems related to the...
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    Re: HOW TO package arbitrary files for your PPA

    hmm, looks like those scripts are used to update the dictionary.list file so OpenOffice, etc see the new dictionary. would have to call it separately after install if not during.
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    Re: HOW TO package arbitrary files for your PPA

    thanks alot, well done guide!

    any chance you could help me with my debain/rules file. think the debian guide is saying that i need to have installdeb-myspell somewhere. then 2 extra scripts...
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    Re: packaging a dictionary

    either way really. I would imagine others would use it as well since its the only medical dictionary I've found. so getting it on a PPA or in the Ubuntu repositories would be good too.
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    packaging a dictionary

    would like to package a Hunspell dictionary that is distributed as a single file called:
    en_US_OpenMedSpel.dic

    How do would I package it so it ends up in the right folder to be seen by...
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    Re: Linux friendly Ipod killer Samsung YP-P2

    Banshee sees mine, but doesnt manage everything. Gnomad2 and qlix don't see it.

    where did you get the UMS firmware?
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    Re: Adobe Flash Player 10 BETA released!

    I think the PPA has other packages that it depends on. you'd have to add it to your sources to get the dependencies or figure out and install each one separately. He's also fixed libflashsupport to...
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    Re: Adobe Flash Player 10 BETA released!

    theres a PPA that has Beta 1 still
    https://launchpad.net/~gnomefreak/+archive
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    Re: Adobe Flash Player 10 BETA released!

    i'm using a ppa version but it removes libflashsupport which solves the audio problems with pulse audio. So of course if i start flash now while some other audio program is open, there's no audio in...
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    Re: Graduate Project on Linux !

    you should really browse the Brainstorm, theres tons of ideas for large and small projects there that are much more helpful to the linux community than making a new distribution. check it out:...
  13. Re: Fluid for OSX giving Prism a run for its money

    you should check out the videos on the Fluid website, I wasn't just talking about native widgets.

    I believe Prism is also written in XUL not GTK so switching out the Gecko backend and replacing...
  14. Re: Fluid for OSX giving Prism a run for its money

    you're missing the point a little, Prism and Fluid free web apps from your browser. And in Prism's case (not sure about Fluid) they can take advantage of offline storage built into Firefox 3, acting...
  15. Fluid for OSX giving Prism a run for its money

    all I have to say about this is wow:
    http://fluidapp.com/

    inspired by Prism this is built on Webkit and integrates into OSX beautifully. I've been using Prism now for several months for email and...
  16. [all variants] Re: HowTo: Install Virtualbox 1.6.x with USB support in Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy)

    the command you gave didnt work becuase it popped out the wrong devgid... replaced with the vboxusers # on my system

    btw, for newbies, its easier to use System -> Administration -> Users and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: USB and virtualbox

    may want to emphasize that the devgid may be different that 121...
    also no need to restart or logout/login, just run

    sudo mount -a

    remounts all the filesystems in fstab, including the newly...
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    Re: New Banshee Alpha - Awesome!

    any ideas why this may be happening then?
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    Re: New Banshee Alpha - Awesome!

    got a problem with videos:
    video playback is black until window is moved and is always black in fullscreen

    used to have this problem with totem and compiz before, but this has been fixed for...
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    Re: New Banshee Alpha - Awesome!

    @hyperair: No, didnt want to get rid of my old banshee.db if i could do it another way

    wrote the banshee mailing list and turned out running src/nuke-core-tables worked. I'd been compiling from...
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    Re: New Banshee Alpha - Awesome!

    @Hyperair - if I erase the banshee-1 config folder i get a different error:


    An unhandled exception was thrown: table CoreTracks has no column
    named PrimarySourceID

    at...
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    Re: New Banshee Alpha - Awesome!

    installing the new beta is giving me this error: any ideas?

    An unhandled exception was thrown: duplicate column name: TitleLowered

    at Mono.Data.SqliteClient.SqliteCommand.GetNextStatement...
  23. [ubuntu] login/out fade lost after CCSM installation

    there was a nice fade effect that occured on login and logout that no longer occurs after installing CCSM to change a few animations. I tried turning on the compiz plugin thats labeled "login/logout"...
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    Re: "Live" USB Installation Option

    ha, yes you make it sound so simple... point is to make that whole process graphical and/or extractable
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    Re: "Live" USB Installation Option

    kinda like that, except forgoing the Live CD all together. I'm trying to avoid making a cd when making a Live USB. Is a step in the right direction though.
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