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  1. Re: A beautiful, minimal and workable Openbox session, with configuration files...

    @guber2


    Seen your screenshot and happy to have helped you. I could see you have changed the location for weather forecast by setting appropriate WOEID for your city. I have some suggestions to...
  2. Re: A beautiful, minimal and workable Openbox session, with configuration files...

    Yes, It can be. In fact you could try any Ubuntu derivative. It's fine.
  3. Re: A beautiful, minimal and workable Openbox session, with configuration files...

    Thank you Mr. Frogs Hair.
  4. A beautiful, minimal and workable Openbox session, with configuration files...

    Openbox is a simple, lightweight and highly configurable window manager and desktop-environment like the Ubuntu Unity, KDE and Gnome. Here in this post I share some tips and set of configuration...
  5. Thread: Ralink RT2800

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    [SOLVED] Re: Ralink RT2800

    Thanks for the info.
  6. Re: [Ubuntu 14.04] Hotspot created, cannot connect to it

    I fear the old problem has not been addressed yet in the new kernel.

    http://askubuntu.com/questions/319838/failed-to-set-interface-wlan0-into-ap-mode-intel-centrino-n1000-wireless...
  7. Thread: Ralink RT2800

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    [SOLVED] Re: Wireless card doesn't work anymore

    Your kernel doesn't seem to have the module loaded for your wireless card.

    Can you reboot your machine into any previous kernel and check?

    (At GRUB screen choose any of the last working...
  8. Thread: Ralink RT2800

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    [SOLVED] Re: Wireless card doesn't work anymore

    Look into modules loaded currently:

    lsmod
  9. Re: [Ubuntu 14.04] Hotspot created, cannot connect to it

    I meant it for Wireless/wireless both..

    Okay get the output of:

    lspci

    And this also:

    sudo lshw -c network
  10. Re: [Ubuntu 14.04] Hotspot created, cannot connect to it

    That's strange. Which wireless card is this?

    Tell the output of:

    lspci | grep ireless

    and this:

    uname -a
  11. Re: [Ubuntu 14.04] Hotspot created, cannot connect to it

    Hope you come across this also..
    Report back if it works...
  12. Re: Win 8 is booting directly after installing Ubuntu

    Nearly all the new laptops having Windows 8 preinstalled are UEFI enabled. When you are in Windows 8, delete the Ubuntu 13.10 partition (~43GB) and the swap space(~9GB). This time make Ubuntu 14.04.1...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Trouble making Dual Boot installation work

    Start your computer, and go into the BIOS setup.
    Check if there is any UEFI option enabled.
    If yes, the try to change it to LEGACY mode, save and quit BIOS. (If your motherboard allows you to...
  14. Thread: IP address

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    [SOLVED] Re: IP address

    Can you post the output of

    ifconfig -a | grep "inet addr"
  15. Re: Installing Ubuntu does not work: Please help!!!

    @gavin8
    You just try playing with the Ubuntu 14.04.1 you have on the USB. Do whatever you wish, go through all the installation options and get familier with them, untill your Windows 8.1 arrives. ...
  16. [SOLVED] Re: no network connection ubuntu 12.10

    Send the screenshot of this window..
  17. [SOLVED] Re: no network connection ubuntu 12.10

    Go to system tray, look for network manager icon, click on it.

    Make sure "Enable Netwroking" is selected.

    Click on "Edit Connections"

    A new window appears, click on "Add" then select...
  18. [SOLVED] Re: no network connection ubuntu 12.10

    Seriously, when was your last recent, you are using nearly two years old version of Ubuntu.

    The output of the command ifconfig does not show any eth0 or eth1 (LAN card) interface.

    Can you...
  19. Re: Installing Ubuntu does not work: Please help!!!

    What Ubuntu version you trying ?

    Does your machine already contain any other OS?

    You need to post the output of command (boot into live Ubuntu OS):

    sudo fdisk -l
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    [SOLVED] Re: Set refresh rate of the monitor

    Does this work?
    xrandr -s 1280x960 -r 60

    OR simply
    xrandr -s 1280x960

    OR
    xrandr -r 60
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    [SOLVED] Re: Set refresh rate of the monitor

    Do not delete your replies on the thread. It becomes confusing then to understand what has been done what not.
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    Re: File input to apt-get install

    Could this work for you

    sudo apt-get -s install $(cat file.txt)

    The 'bash' is sometimes useful in this regard!
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    [SOLVED] Re: Set refresh rate of the monitor

    Well it worked for you one time.
    Have you checked after logging off and logging again into your account? Or try to check after a reboot.

    If the command is required again after each login, then...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Bad package causes update and kernel problems

    You might be having broken update:
    First complete the update

    sudo dpkg --configure -a

    This will try to complete/fix the previous broken update.
    If you see nothing thrown on output then you...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Set refresh rate of the monitor

    First check what frequencies are supported by your monitor,
    Type the following in a terminal window and press enter:

    xrandr

    Check the output which will show the supported frequencies. The one...
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