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  1. [all variants] Re: xorg in Trusty 14.04 in Parallels VM on MacBookPro 15inch does not recognise Reti

    Thanks diff111 for your solution. It works!

    This is another example why there is no going back from open source. Every problem one encounters as a beginner has already been solved by someone...
  2. [all variants] Re: xorg in Trusty 14.04 in Parallels VM on MacBookPro 15inch does not recognise Reti

    Yes, you have to install parallels-tools, like VMWare tools or VirtualBox's Guest Additions. It is pretty much automatized in Parallels, but to no avail.

    It seems that maybe it has to do with an...
  3. [all variants] xorg in Trusty 14.04 in Parallels VM on MacBookPro 15inch does not recognise Retina

    Background:
    Xubuntu Saucy 13.10 runs flawless in a Parallels Desktop 9 virtual machine on a Retina, 15-inch, Late 2013, MacBook Pro.

    The only thing required was changing the DPI to 220 in the...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Broken dependencies in libnss3-1d

    Thank you so much mc4man, you guys are doing a great job and it is very much appreciated.

    Stupid me did indeed uncheck "Security Updates" in "Software&Updates". I rechecked them and voila,...
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    [xubuntu] Broken dependencies in libnss3-1d

    Hi,

    prefixed "Xubuntu", since that is what I am running, but I think the problem is not specific. The library libnss3-1d depends on a newer version of libnss3, but the latter is up to date...
  6. Thread: Root disk full

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    [ubuntu] Re: Root disk full

    Ok, that is strange. After booting from USB and rebooting the problem has disappeard. Note that I could not run fsck since it seems to require ext partition format, while I am using xfs.

    I have a...
  7. Thread: Root disk full

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    [ubuntu] Re: Root disk full

    Now, thats is strange. I booted from USB disk, mounted my root partition and df -h shows 7.4GB used on /dev/sda5 (which is my root partition) out of 18GB, that is 11GB free. This is even 400MB less...
  8. Thread: Root disk full

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    [ubuntu] Re: Root disk full

    @schragge
    Thanks a lot. I will try your suggestions tomorrow.

    @sully101
    /usr seems ok. I have texlive full and haskell and a lot of stuff installed. Thx for suggestions.

    I just want to repeat...
  9. Thread: Root disk full

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    [ubuntu] Re: Root disk full

    Yes, MINE.jar writes csv files into the directory from where it is called and the csv are quite tiny (40k). Also if some *.csv would be written to / and I could simply find it, it would be picked up...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Root disk full

    Thanks for quick response. Output underneath.

    Regards,
    R
  11. Thread: Root disk full

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    [ubuntu] Re: Root disk full

    The home folder is already on it's own partion. I have a dedicated 18GB partition just for root without /home. Thx for answering, R.
  12. Thread: Root disk full

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    [ubuntu] Root disk full

    In short:

    / was completely filled up after a nightly run of a JAVA algorithm. I am sure that I had more then 4GB on root the same evenying (I accidentialy checked with df). I killed the process...
  13. [xubuntu] Sound problem: Laptop speaker and microphone not working

    Dear community,

    its complicated, and I googled it and locked up the forum for similar problems, without avail.

    A) My laptop (Lenovo Thinkpad X61s) speakers are not working after installing...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Resolution limit on external monitor

    The problem persisted with my X61s and Koala.

    I also used the xrandr solution (used an example form the man page). Both monitors (internal and external) where detected correctly, just that the...
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    [all variants] Re: RSYNCing /home with ownership problems

    Yeah, thanks. That was well what I should use. I will try and recommend

    sudo aptitude install unison
    to my fellow Linux-newbee colleges (I could inspire at least one to leave the XP+SPSS road and...
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    [all variants] Re: RSYNCing /home with ownership problems

    First of all, thank you guys for all advice and help! And, yes, I am learning a lot this way... and as long as patients lasts I enjoy it a lot.
    (edit: of course "... as long as my patience is...
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    [all variants] Re: RSYNCing /home with ownership problems

    uhu.. that would void the meaning of rsync -a since it is looking for timestamps as far as I understood... so it is weird that it worked at all before.. and now it is weird that it does not work...
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    [all variants] Re: RSYNCing /home with ownership problems

    Thank you again for instant help!

    I do understand that FAT32 does not support UID/GID, but: I did work before as I mentioned!

    The point is, that I am using Xubuntu Koala on my Thinkpad (I...
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    [all variants] Re: RSYNCing /home with ownership problems

    Thanks a lot for fast answer.

    The point is that rsync DOES try to change the group on the USB-disk and gets rejected to do so, which results in a flood of errors "chgrp not permitted".

    The GID...
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    [all variants] RSYNCing /home with ownership problems

    Hei,

    I am quite new to Linux/Ubuntu and very happy about it. Started just recently to write my own scripts.

    I found rsync quite straightforward and wrote a little script to mirror my /home...
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    [edubuntu] RSYNCing /home with ownership problems

    Hei,

    I am quite new to Linux/Ubuntu and very happy about it. Started just recently to write my own scripts.

    I found rsync quite straightforward and wrote a little script to mirror my /home...
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