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    [SOLVED] Re: Trusty dpkg error?

    Quoth this askubuntu question;


    Very likely that 0009 file (and perhaps more beside it) is incomplete or corrupt.

    I would try to move it out of there and try restarting the update process...
  2. Re: How to add iptable support to the kernel (for Wheezy/Sid release)

    And it's not merely a permissions issue, aye? Also do note that the iptable_nat module needs to be running, if for whatever reason it hasn't been loaded automatically.

    $ iptables -t nat -nvxL...
  3. [kubuntu] Re: KDE falls asleep spontaneously--suspend problem

    Have you checked your Energy Saving profile? It's in the Hardware section of System Settings.

    http://i.imgur.com/eTnoGLI.png

    Ugh, that turned out huge.

    [Edit] Additionally...

    I imagine...
  4. Re: How to get the package manager to track packages compiled from source?

    When in debian/, run dch -n.
  5. Re: How to get the package manager to track packages compiled from source?

    Yes, you need to build deb files and have the package manager itself install them to have the files tracked. As a small relief, installing into a /usr/local prefix at least won't pollute "real"...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Dolphin won't open folder in place

    It may be that something else has registered itself as the default handler for the 'directory' file association ("mimetype"), so when you're double-clicking a folder it tries to start that program...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Trust webcam 14382 and skype

    Huh, I thought the point of v4l1compat was being able to preload it.

    Does the file exist to begin with?

    Also, are you running a 64-bit installation?
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    [kubuntu] Re: trouble with thumb drives

    How are you transferring the files? Dragging and dropping via the file manager?

    When it does this, try opening up KSysLog. If memory serves there should be a dmesg tab/section; does it say...
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    [kde] Re: Okular refuses to show menubar

    Have you tried renaming the okular settings file(s)? Perhaps there's something wrong there that it just isn't dealing with gracefully.

    I'm not at my machine, but going by convention the settings...
  10. [SOLVED] Re: Samba share works with IP but not with hostname from Windows 7

    Very informative, cheers!
  11. [SOLVED] Re: Samba share works with IP but not with hostname from Windows 7

    Well, as far as I understand the problem was to get W7 to resolve the hostname when expressed as \\hostname? While a normal ping resolve worked.

    From the linux machine do you really need nmbd for...
  12. [SOLVED] Re: Samba share works with IP but not with hostname from Windows 7

    Are you in the same workgroup? (I'm not sure if it matters.)
  13. Re: Everything with KDE is somehow corrupt with a white screen and red "X"es

    Corrupt cache, maybe? I have never had this happen myself.

    $ rm -rf ~/.kde/cache-${HOSTNAME}/* # caveat emptor, naturally
    $ kbuildsycoca4 --noincremental

    If it strikes again; get to a...
  14. Thread: Slow wifi

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    [kubuntu] Re: Slow wifi

    Slow at connecting/resolving hosts, or slow traffic?

    Are there any notable error messages output to dmesg?

    $ dmesg | grep -i 'iwl\|wireless\|wifi\|wlan\|net'

    Other than dealing with errors,...
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    [kubuntu] Re: error is 4shared desktop

    Reasons could be that they outsourced the linux tweaks and don't have the knowhow in-house to update it -- or they simply don't care to spend the effort on a minority userbase when they could spend...
  16. [ubuntu] Re: While trying to fix ALSA, broke all updates?

    (esac is just the ending of case, just like fi is for if. :3)

    As for exiting with errors, both update-grub and grub-mkconfig set the sh builtin option 'set -e';

    -e errexit If not interactive,...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: While trying to fix ALSA, broke all updates?

    Yes, the script would go through them all, just to be thorough if you have any other weird breakages. Deleting the files outright would also sort-of-work, as you trick dpkg into losing track of the...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: While trying to fix ALSA, broke all updates?

    What happens if you run update-grub manually? Is there anything of interest output to the terminal?

    As for libass4, that sounds like a packaging issue. If it isn't already fixed in the repos, you...
  19. [kubuntu] Re: Will this script protect my IP if my VPN disconnects?

    Then I'm out of ideas.

    You could try to manually connect from the terminal (with the openvpn cli tool) and see if it outputs any particular error not visible in the logs.
  20. [kubuntu] Re: Will this script protect my IP if my VPN disconnects?

    Maybe it's just a display bug, then. Or maybe it's some ipv4 internal jargon I don't know about. Alternatively -- VERY unlikely -- maybe you have weird linebreaks in your definitions file?


    $...
  21. [kubuntu] Re: Will this script protect my IP if my VPN disconnects?

    It's not loading openvpn though; did you miss that one? Or was it already loaded?

    Regardless, those /A/IN and /DS/IN bits don't look healthy, but perhaps it may just be a display error.

    Open up...
  22. [kubuntu] Re: Will this script protect my IP if my VPN disconnects?

    Hmm.


    # easy version
    $ grep -i 'network' /var/log/syslog # or wherever it saves its logs; /var/log/* if nothing else

    # wizard version
    $ grep -i 'vpn\|network.\?manager\|ppt\?p'...
  23. [kubuntu] Re: Will this script protect my IP if my VPN disconnects?

    All right.

    I guess I forgot to ask; do you have the necessary network-manager packages for your VPN type installed?

    # regex voodoo!
    zorael:laughlyn ~$ apt-cache search network-manager- | grep...
  24. [kubuntu] Re: Will this script protect my IP if my VPN disconnects?

    No, it has worked fine for me. I used the PPTP service at first, and it was lesson in frustration to get it working. The support for the protocol in the network interface widget seems to have...
  25. [kubuntu] Re: Will this script protect my IP if my VPN disconnects?

    Likely, aye.

    My Anonine OpenSSH VPN connection installs itself as a virtual tun0 interface, while when I used a PPTP-based service it ended up as ppp0.

    What does it show up as in the network...
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