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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Logging in as particular user hangs (guest user works)

    Creating a new temporary user (instead of using the guest user) also works. So it's definitely something to do with that specific account.
  2. [ubuntu] Logging in as particular user hangs (guest user works)

    I've been running Ubuntu 15.04 on a Lenovo laptop for a while without issue. Yesterday I came to login (login screen loads fine) and it hangs after loading the (default) wallpaper.

    Starting a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Benchmarking/ Performance Testing

    Cheers for the reply, I've seen the ones in the software center and am experimenting with Phoronix Test Suite at the moment, I was more wondering if anyone has found one or other package (in the...
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    [ubuntu] Benchmarking/ Performance Testing

    I'm trying to work out why 11.10 performance is so sluggish on one of the computers I've upgraded to it (performance is great on all the others so this isn't a complaint in general about Oneiric)....
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    Creating Tray App using Python

    I'm looking to create an application which sits in the Ubuntu system tray. I'm a fairly experiences python programmer but have never created applications which interact directly with GTK so would be...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Acer Aspire 4820TG TimelineX Thread

    @RavensKrag - thanks for your reply, about to try it and I'll let you know. I'm running 32bit OS because I've had a few issues with 64 bit
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    [ubuntu] Re: Acer Aspire 4820TG TimelineX Thread

    Could anyone point me in the direction of a tutorial on how to patch a 32 bit version of the kernel using the patch provided earlier in this thread?
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Battery problems with Acer TravelMate 8472 Timeline X

    Also looking for a solution to this but no real progress yet, any luck?

    For me dmesg | grep battery shows this:

    [ 0.684203] ACPI: Battery Slot [BAT1] (battery present)

    so the battery is...
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Acer 5820TG - faulty battery/ACPI readings

    Same issue on the 4820T, anyone had any luck with this?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Acer Aspire Timeline X 3820T

    Has anyone had any luck with the battery level issue?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Periodic Lockups

    Cheers for the response, I've tried four or five different kernels including two which didn't cause any problems when I used them previously. I've kept a record of kernel, what was I was doing when...
  12. Re: What to write in a CV if you've never had a job before?

    Dangerously true!
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    [ubuntu] Re: run Windows applications

    Worth persevering a bit with Wine, lots of things don't run out of the box (although many do) but will with a bit of tweaking. Are you using the latest version of Wine from their site or the version...
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    Re: What are you listening to right now?

    Classic Answer!
  15. Re: What to write in a CV if you've never had a job before?

    Maybe get a few job descriptions for the type of things you'll be applying for and trawl through things you've done for stuff that matches the qualities they've asked for - even if it's not work...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Periodic Lockups

    Thanks for the reply, it's been a strange problem so far - the problems started happening in Jaunty as well as Karmic following an update and then went away again about 3 weeks later following...
  17. [all variants] Rolling Back to Older Version of a Package

    My most recent update in Jaunty led to a crashing problem I'd had before, I've tried booting with different Kernel versions from GRUB but same problems with all so doesn't seem to be that.

    I've...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Periodic Lockups

    I'm looking at xserver as a possible common factor (since the problem seems to occur across distributions).

    Does the attached logfile (from: cat .xsession-errors) mean anything to anyone?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Periodic Lockups

    Having rolled back to Jaunty because I was unable to solve these problems I've noticed a few new things. Firstly after an update to my Jaunty install last week, the problems now occur in Jaunty, does...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Periodic Lockups

    They sounds like similar symptons so definitely sounds like it's worth trying, do you have any recommendations for the easiest way to move between kernels whilst still being able to get back to the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Periodic Lockups

    The plot thickens. Having gone back to Jaunty for a bit while I try and work out what's causing the problem, I had to install Fedora to test something out. The latest Fedora 12 release crashes in...
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    [ubuntu] Getting Back to Jaunty

    Having had a lot of stability issues with Karmic (Documented in this thread: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1341889) I'm gonna go back to Jaunty for now, Ideally I'd like to keep my...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Periodic Lockups

    Did a fresh install of Karmic with new home partition, both ext3 instead of ext4. Same crash occurred within minutes. Going to roll back to jaunty untill karmic is a bit more stable. Thanks for your...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Periodic Lockups

    Sounds possible, thanks for the suggestions. Do you know if there's any tool I can run off a Live CD to convert and ext4 partition to ext3? If not I can do an install on a spare partition but would...
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    [ubuntu] Re: USB Device Permissions

    Thanks, think is it's not a mass storage device or similar. It's a data logger (made by Lascar) and there aren't any linux drivers for it. I used SnoopyPro in windows to see which commands are sent...
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