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    Re: CIFS VFS error during boot

    Edit: I don't know what I did exactly, but it seems to be working now... Just took _netdev out of /etc/fstab and now it seems to wait until wifi is up anyway. I hope this is not just a one time event...
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    Re: Map Windows Shares Permanently with GVFS

    Boondok,

    Could you post the script again? The provided link is dead...

    Thanks in advance,

    H
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    Re: Map Windows Shares Permanently with GVFS

    This one I do know :-)just add sleep 30 to your script, like so:



    #!/bin/sh
    sleep 30
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    Re: Map Windows Shares Permanently with GVFS

    Hi guys,

    I'm giving this a try. Works like a charm when I manually run the script after login. The issue I have at the moment is that the script is run before the wifi link is up and running.
    ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Resolution in GDM

    Ok, I've solved this one. I made an error in the /etc/X11/xorg.conf file. This is my xorg.conf for those who need the info:





    # VIA X11 Config file
    # Created on: 2007-11-20T12:30:27-0800....
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    [ubuntu] Resolution in GDM

    Hi,

    how can I change the resolution used for the gdm login window? I have already changed the /etc/X11/xorg.conf sections in a way that it can only chose my default screen resolution. Still it...
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    [ubuntu] Using quit button in gnome does logout

    Hi there,

    Got the following issue. Using ubuntu 8.04.1 when I press the "quit" button I should get the menu asking me what I want to do (logout, shut-down, reboot, etc.) instead it logs me out to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: which path does the trash have?

    location is in you homedir:

    /home/user/.local/share/Trash/files

    Jeroen
  9. Thread: burn dvd?

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    [ubuntu] Re: burn dvd?

    Well, it should be burned on a cd, but you can download a dvd image:

    http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/dvd/current/

    Jeroen
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    [ubuntu] Re: iwl3945 Not working on Hardy

    This problem is still not solved but you can get wireless working by using ndiswrapper.



    lsmod | grep iwl


    this will give you an output of the modules loaded to get iwl3945 working. The...
  11. My Edgy Eft desktop

    This is my Edgy Eft @ 1280x800

    I got the wp from deviantART.
    The gkrellm theme is niumx.
    The emerald theme is adonis_mod @ vrunner engine.
    And the WM is clearly Gnome with Beryl running.
    ...
  12. Re: No amd64 notebooks with Geforce graphics cards???

    The HP Pavilion zv5133ea has got a GeForce4 440 Go 64M card in it. (its a amd64 3000+ machine)
  13. Re: HOW TO: Configure wireless cards with Broadcom chipsets

    The bcmwl5 driver is for Broadcom cards, so this could be the problem. What does



    ndiswrapper -l


    say?
  14. Re: HOW TO: Configure wireless cards with Broadcom chipsets

    Ok, that the LED is not on doen't have to mean anything, for my broadcom the LED only is on on data transfer.
    But to get things working please post the output of:



    iwconfig
    dmesg
    iwlist...
  15. Re: HOW TO: Configure wireless cards with Broadcom chipsets

    Ignore that last message, the problem is solved.

    Thx anyway!
  16. Re: HOW TO: Configure wireless cards with Broadcom chipsets

    Now you mention it, this http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=160846#post160846 is my problem at the moment, I'm trying to install the cvs version of Xorg, but run into a lot of errors, so far I...
  17. Re: HOW TO: Configure wireless cards with Broadcom chipsets

    Well, you're right, but I guess my info doesn't do much good. I have a broadcom 802.11b Wlan adapter integrated into my HP Pavilion zv5133ea laptop. The drivers that get my wlan adapter to work in 32...
  18. Re: HOW TO: Configure wireless cards with Broadcom chipsets

    You're welcome, maybe you'll be able to help me out sometime :-)
  19. Re: HOW TO: Configure wireless cards with Broadcom chipsets

    btw if you add a network monitor the the gnome panel and set the conection name to wlan0 you can see if the connection itself is up or down. could be usefull
  20. Re: HOW TO: Configure wireless cards with Broadcom chipsets

    Oh, that's ashame. Did you already try to configure your wlan card with system >> administration >> networking? And did you try a reboot?

    (I guess these are my noob solutions :-) )
  21. Re: HOW TO: Configure wireless cards with Broadcom chipsets

    Well, at least you are connected. :-p



    root@home:/ # dhclient3 wlan0
    Internet Systems Consortium DHCP Client V3.0.1
    Copyright 2004 Internet Systems Consortium.
    All rights reserved.
    For...
  22. Re: HOW TO: Configure wireless cards with Broadcom chipsets

    I just thought of something, probebly won't be the solution but you'll never know.

    When I have both Wlan adapter and normal NIC adapter activated this gives problems with connecting to the net. It...
  23. Re: HOW TO: Configure wireless cards with Broadcom chipsets

    I have to say I don't know, I have seen that other people on this thread have remarked something about this. Try to follow their instructions before you reset anything.

    Btw I have written a howto...
  24. Re: HOW TO: Configure wireless cards with Broadcom chipsets

    I'll keep on thinking on this one, I'm not a pro so maybe some things I think of won't be logical. Anyway, two minds can think of more than one (I guess).

    Are you sure that your accesspoint is...
  25. Re: HOW TO: Configure wireless cards with Broadcom chipsets

    ...:-) Well, thats strange.

    But, we won't give up!

    I notice that your AP is of version 802.11b which has a max bitrate of 11 Mbit/s. However, your Wlan adapter is of version 802.11g which has...
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