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ubuntu 10.10 still has the exact same problem on the intel dp45sg, dissapointing
go into the settings and turn fullscreen off
or use grep -i cd-rom to find both cd-rom and CD-ROM :p
how to make this work even after kernel updates(update-grub)
sudo gedit /etc/default/grub
find the line which says:
and replace it with:
that isnt true in ubuntu 10.04(2.6.32-20-generic)
grep HZ /boot/config-`uname -r`
# CONFIG_HZ_250 is not set
# CONFIG_HZ_300 is not set
look into devilspie :guitar:
i couldnt wait for ubuntu 10.04 and the 195 driver so i installed beta 2
at first i couldnt even get Xorg to work so i had to use a tty(which WAS working) to apt-get update;apt-get upgrade which...
i cant access any tty's so this is no help :(
i have made a small bash script which assumes that ubuntu is released on the last day of April and October, it then works out the date and finds the difference and tells you if it will be LTS!!!
i finally got the 195 driver working :D thx
xte 'mousemove 640 512'
to move mouse to 640, 512 :p
by the way this goes great with the firefox addon savelink:
nope! just run hdparm with all apps closed
sudo hdparm -tT /dev/****
cat "$@"|sed -n 's/^URL=\(.*\)$/\1/p'|while read link;do
firefox -new-tab "$link";done
tested and it allows multiple links with a terminal but the file browser only opens one of the...
Old version, no multiple links in command line
# script: winlink
# author: Alex Osborn(email@example.com)
# date: 10 Jan 2010
# tested: Ubuntu 9.10 (amd64)
total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 3959 3810 148 0 249 2760
-/+ buffers/cache: 800 3159
Swap: 4996 ...
appearently some video support is possible but its rather blurry to when it will come in!
when you taught yourself bash at the age of 14 :P
ok ive gotten new kit 9.10 with 4gb's of DDR3-1333 and an intel core 2 duo 2.66GHZ @ 3.25GHZ
the main drag for me is the 30 seconds that my bios + graphics go for :(
but it loads the desktop...
no i want to make it so the menu is a different style/colour itself i know you can do this with system > preferences > appearence but that will change the windows etc. :confused:
i think this is because ONLY the user of the home directory of the .gvfs can actually acces this, i have the same problem:
alex@alex-desktop:~$ df -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use%...
actually the line ping -c 126.96.36.199
gives you the usage because you need to specify the limit of pings to the -c flag ie:
ping -c 1 188.8.131.52
so in total it should look like:
this is because the cursor starts on the right, if you move the mouse left quickly it will be on the left where it should be
this is annoying me to, i have auto login and firfox autostarts on the...
sudo chattr +i recently-used.xbel
that worked a treat...
sudo chattr -i .recently-used.xbel
just install ubuntu-tweak and go to DESKTOP>GNOME and under history uncheck Enable...