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    [ubuntu] Re: tvtime on PC using comcast cable

    Wolfen,

    Thanks for your suggestion for a capture card and the pointer to your tutorial!

    Jerry
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    [ubuntu] tvtime on PC using comcast cable

    I would like to try tvtime on my Dell PC, bu I do not understand how to use the encrypted signal from comcast cable. I realize I will need to purchase a tv capture card. What is the best one for a...
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    [ubuntu] Wireless TV (TIVO) with TVTIME

    Is there a way to use TVTIME from my TIVO box that is connected to my wireless router via the TIVO wirelss n adaptor?

    I am also confused about the encrypted signals from comcast cable and how to...
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    [ubuntu] Monitor Brightness Indicator Blinking

    I just installed 9.10 on my MSI WIND U100 . The monitor brightness indicator keeps blinking and the brightness goes up and down each time it blinks. I have found that after
    the wireless connection...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Why are 802.11n cards so badly supported in Linux?

    Tim,

    I have a D-Link 552 wireless n adaptor installed on my Dell 3000 Desktop and the backport trick did help the signal and speed. ndiswrapper worked but produced an error message and only...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 9.04 - Cannot activate Atheros AR9285 Wireless Adapter

    Super Sonic 4,

    I want to personally thank you for your excellent solution to the wireless adaptor problem.
    I had added a D-Link DWA 552 wireless adaptor to my Dell 3000 Desktop and although...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ath9k low signal strength on Jaunty 9.04

    I used the back port fix and my signal strength increased as did my transmissions speeds.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Rediculous internet speed

    I had similar problems with ath9k (see slow wireless adaptor). When I switched to ndiswrapper the speeds increased even though ndiswrapper did not load the n driver.
    There is something very wrong...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wireless adaptor speed too slow

    The problem is due to the native driver installed by UBUNTU (ath9k).
    I installed a windows driver using ndiswrapper and now the download speeds are greater than the upload speeds (as on our other...
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    [ubuntu] Wireless adaptor speed too slow

    I have just upgraded my wireless router from a Linksys WRT 45 G to a D-Link DIR-655
    Xtreme N Gigabit router. Comcast has upgraded our donload speeds and both our Toshiba Satellite (Vista) and...
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    [ubuntu] Buggy OS (9.10)

    I am a bit surprised that 9.10 has been released with such obvious bugs.
    I have had the same problem with the random change of the screen brightness as another commenter. Did anyone check this OS...
  12. Thread: Thanks

    by bean1945
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    [ubuntu] Thanks

    I want to thank horvathd for providing accurate and specific information as to how to load g77. His method recognized the different version problem and properly installed a consistent package...
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