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This confirms that the steps enumerated above works!
+1 To this
~$ sudo smbpassword [username]
~$ [hidden password]:
But can someone add this fix to samba installation script and not that we have to punch this every distro update.
Thanks for this. However "Connect automatically." Don't appear to be the fix for this annoying thingy.
It remembers however others but this very one particular Network one which I work everyday....
Just to bring the solution to a single location:
Hope this helps anyone still having this issue (and also that this is finally fixed permanently)
Thanks for the input. I tried removing [Even through terminal] all AND any instance that may be relating to Anjuta
$ sudo apt-get purge anjuta*
$ sudo apt-get install...
since I made success with this
mv ~/.config/chromium/Default ~/.config/chromium/Backup
rm -rf ~/.config/chromium/Default
Will this bug ever get fixed? Anyone?
Similar bug filed here
I'm having similar crashes any time I try to build any project even a new GTKMM ("HelloWorld")app.
I'm just trying to get my feet wet with Linux app development but my experiences with Anjuta...
Thanks so much for the info. I knew it's got something to do with the quipment side.. But didn't just know where.
Too bad I switched to another ISP contract......... Arggghhhhhhhh:mad::mad:
Interstingly, this feature still exists for the overall main sound volume control icon.
Why was is disabled in RhythmBox???
R.I.P. "Mouse-over SysTray Icon RhythmBox Volume Control" :mad:
+ 50,000 to this
Thanks for seeing this much useful-but-removed feature too.
Is there a way to HAVE THIS BACK? I miss it :( dearly
Thanks for the hint. However, I guess my statement was misconstrued.
Whenever I'm playing RhythmBox, the icon actually shows up just like 'volume icon', 'connections icon', 'Mail icon', etc. But...
I recently upgraded to 10.04 Lucid a while ago.
I don't know if anyone else needs this feature but I use it a lot.
MOUSE-OVER RHYTHMBOX PLAYER ICON FUNCTIONALITIES
In previous releases, one...
Thanks immensely for the heads-up on this. Well, I guess I aready somehow got the 'CLI' version of the "~$ alsamixer"; it was cool seeing the GUI one too. :)
After a little messing arounds, I...
Honestly I do have problems getting that done. I can't select the "post online feature". Any help?
I tried running this script a couple times but somehow I can't get to set the operand not even --help or -e or anything close.
It just runs verbrose... and that's it. Thus I can't sellect the...
I hope Canonical has taken notice of this 'upgrade' bug perculiar to all 10.04 upgrades... I bet many wouldn't notice till they try to place calls on Skype... A thing that worked on earlier releases...
You might wanna try this out
~$ ffmpeg -f image2 -r img_per_sec -i in00%02d.jpg out.avi
-> that the "-r img_per_sec" specifies how many frame you want to equal one sec.
-> mpg don't...
you are not alone on this wishful wonder. I just wish there's a simpler way of doing it.
Right now, I just dragged and dropped them into a video editor [PiViti] and hope to render them into a...
Good to know you use ThunderBird. During the time of my destress, I once tried installing it since I had issues sending mails from Zimbra, but the new version of ThunderMail seems to get me confused...
Sorry the issue still persist.
Wonderful that you got this [ISP] error fixed.
Reading your post made me rush to my old [wimax] broadband modem, then I disabled all Firefox extensions and...
This charm fixed my VirtualBox miraculous key problem :D
sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys XXXXXXkeyIDXXXXX
Thanks man!!! You ROCK solid
How about some...