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    [ubuntu] Re: Gutsy to Hardy Upgrade Problem

    Did you try putting "noacpi pci=noacpi" as kernel arguments? Maybe that will help you, but you might lose some functionality too.
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Necessary to upgrade from 8.04 Release Candidate?

    Yup! Thank you, gentlemen. :)
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    [ubuntu] Re: Gutsy to Hardy Upgrade Problem

    You could try manually editing your /etc/X11/xorg.conf file. There will be a section with a bunch of resolutions listed. The line will read something like:

    SubSection "Display"...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Pavilion Wireless

    Wireless is still a pain in the butt, regardless of your chosen Linux distro. It's usually a matter of finding the right package for your wireless chipset. If it's an Intel wireless, use the ipw...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Starting fresh with 8.04 help

    You shouldn't need to do a fresh install on it. There's lots of instructions floating around on how to do an in-place upgrade. If you're dead-set on removing your Feisty install though, you won't...
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    [kubuntu] Re: A fresh install without formating?

    Yes, Ubuntu and Kubuntu would have nearly the exact same hardware support. The only difference you might notice would be in the utilities you'd use to control them (KNetworkManager vs. Gnome's...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Necessary to upgrade from 8.04 Release Candidate?

    Is there a terminal command I can run to print the name of the current Ubuntu release the system is running? I'd like to check out if it says "Hardy beta" or not, if just for peace of mind. :)
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    Re: Pirates of the Caribbean Online

    You can run wine from a command line, try something like this:
    (The paths may be different, I'm writing this from memory)

    cd ~/.wine/drive_c/Program\ Files/Disney/Pirates\ of\ the\ Carribean\...
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    Re: WoW crashes on open

    Yes, there are a couple WoW settings and Wine registry tricks you can use to increase performance. Just google "world of warcraft ubuntu," and I'm sure you'll find plenty of good walkthroughs that...
  10. Re: a Razor 1911 demo triggers a Logout on my system

    I ran the file, and even though it slowed my system considerably, it remained stable throughout execution. Maybe you could try a command like this:

    wine demo.exe > ~/wineoutput

    and post the...
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    Re: Network icon shows in fullscreen WoW

    Try going to Wine configuration, and under the Graphics tab, toggle the checkbox labelled "Allow the window manager to control the windows." It might get the network icon off there, but it might make...
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    Re: WoW crashes on open

    Are you using the restricted drivers for your graphics card? If so, it should have been enabled automatically. If not, try installing them and try agian.
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    Re: WoW crashes on open

    Run the command:

    glxinfo | grep direct

    Do you have direct rendering enabled?
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    Re: WoW crashes on open

    Your error message indicates that you don't have opengl support. What graphics card do you have?
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    Re: Pirates of the Caribbean Online

    Well, since the launcher can get online and download the updates, obviously the launcher can communicate with the game servers. So the problem isn't that the launcher can't find the server, but...
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