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    [ubuntu] Re: autocomplete names pidgin

    Sorry for the misunderstanding. I don't know anything about such a feature.
    To be honest I don't use pidgin for IRC (only for YM).
    xchat seems far more suited for IRC IMHO.

    NoReflex
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    [ubuntu] Re: autocomplete names pidgin

    You mean when you're searching the buddy list for a name?
    If yes you just have to hit Ctrl+M and begin typing a name; the matching names will be displayed in a list.

    NoReflex
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    Re: Multiprocessor programing c++

    I don't have any experience with it but you could take a look at the OpenMP API.

    NoReflex
  4. Re: FIrefox:Great because of the add-ons? Are you sure?

    I believe there are lots of very useful add-ons for Firefox.
    My two favorites are Firebug and Tamper Data.

    Best wishes,
    NoReflex
  5. [ubuntu] Re: How to enable multicast forwarding on Ubuntu

    Go to the file location and type ls -la to find out ownership information and file permissions of mc_forwarding.

    NoReflex
  6. [ubuntu] Re: How to enable multicast forwarding on Ubuntu

    I don't know how to enable multicast forwarding but if you say you must edit mc_forwarding and it's read-only you should probably edit it as root.

    sudo nano filename

    Best wishes,
    NoReflex
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    Re: Not enough disk space in wine folder

    Hello!

    You can go to Start Menu -> Wine -> Configure Wine -> Drives.
    Here you can add drives to Wine - for example map D: to a folder on the 63 GB partition.

    Best wishes,
    NoReflex
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    [ubuntu] Re: 20 gig ram setup

    Both Ubuntu 32 bit and 64 bit will recognize 20 GB of RAM (the 32bit version will achieve this with PAE).
    Anyway if your CPU is 64 bit it's best to go with Ubuntu 64 since using 32bit with PAE will...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Set up a secure FTP server with VPN

    If you have ssh on the server (I guess you do) you can use sftp (Secure FTP).

    sftp username@server_ip

    Best wishes,
    NoReflex
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    [ubuntu] Re: no dialup modem support in Jaunty?

    What modem do you have? You must first try to see why Ubuntu doesn't detect your modem.
    Helpful commands:


    tail /var/log/messages # good after plugging in a modem
    lsusb #if your modem is...
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    [ubuntu] Re: no dialup modem support in Jaunty?

    or you can use Gnome-PPP ...

    NoReflex
  12. [ubuntu] Re: Backup mysql data from one server to another using rsync and ssh not working

    Hello!

    Are you sure simply copying mysql data files would give you a consistent snapshot of the database? I'm not sure about his one but I tend to believe it's not a safe procedure.
    Are you using...
  13. [all variants] Re: Viewing PDF and PS file in greater than 400% zoom

    Hello!

    Acroread is available through apt. You can find instructions on how to add the repository and install the software here:...
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    [ubuntu] Re: voice messenger needed..

    Never used voice in Yahoo (Windows or Linux). I use Skype. You can get it here:
    http://www.skype.com/intl/en/download/skype/linux/choose/

    NoReflex
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    [ubuntu] Re: linux commands

    For starters check:
    http://www.unixguide.net/linux/linuxshortcuts.shtml

    Best wishes,
    NoReflex
  16. [ubuntu] Re: Starting MySQL database (fail) after update

    From what I see the errors were generated when you tried to restart mysql.
    To be sure where mysql stores the log (because this location can be changed) please check the file /etc/mysql/my.cnf
    In...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Starting MySQL database (fail) after update

    Hello!

    As far as I know on debian mysql logs go to syslog - so you might want to check out /var/log/syslog.

    Best wishes,
    NoReflex
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    [xubuntu] Re: Install 3G modem

    Hello!

    To easily connect to the Internet using Huawei's E220 you can use Network-Manager or Gnome-PPP.
    Network-Manger always worked for me but if it doesn't work for you try Gnome-PPP as it will...
  19. Re: Problem using 3g Huawei modem on kernel 2.6.20

    paddyoquinn,

    the command is tail /var/log/messages.
    It should exist. If you issue the command without / it would search for var/log/messages in the current directory.
    You could also plug in the...
  20. Re: Problem using 3g Huawei modem on kernel 2.6.20

    Hello!

    Please plug in the modem and then check the output of : tail /var/log/messages.
    It should tell you the modem was connected and more important it will tell you which driver it chose for the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Huawei HSDPA E220 modem on Ubuntu 9.04

    I believe you must allow some time for the modem to register to the GPRS / 3G network after plugging in the modem (about 20-30 seconds in my case). That could be the reason it didn't work the first...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Huawei HSDPA E220 modem on Ubuntu 9.04

    Aragwain,

    I think it will be easier to use gnome-ppp to configure the modem without nm-applet.
    The "long time it waits" can be bypassed by enabling "Stupid mode" in gnome-ppp when configuring the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Huawei HSDPA E220 modem on Ubuntu 9.04

    Hello!

    I have the exact same modem and it has worked for me flawlessly since Jaunty Alpha 2.
    Now I'm using Jaunty (9.0.4) and it works very well.
    I plug the modem in and then I can connect to my...
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    Re: Windows Equivalents in Linux?

    Hello!

    There are lots of alternatives here:
    http://www.osalt.com/

    NoReflex
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    [ubuntu] Re: help installing client in wine

    Hello!

    Looks like it needs some runtime libraries (I think VB6 runtime libraries).
    You can try and download the files from DLL Files (http://www.dll-files.com/) or you can use winetricks...
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