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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing on the Dell Mini 12

    I want to buy a used Mini12 - I am using it for cutting audio and I am a bit worried about the speed of the harddisk - can anyone do:

    sudo hdparm -tT /dev/sda1

    and post the output

    thx kultex
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    Re: HOWTO: Connect to a Microsoft PPTP VPN

    same thing with me - I can connect to the VPN ok, but all traffic goes through the tunnel - as soon as I choose under Routing "Only use VPN connection for theses addresses" and add just one number -...
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    Re: HOWTO Ubuntu Lite

    @jis

    my howto was written long time ago - for 5.10 - so things could have been changed - if you have any suggestions I change it.

    I have to set up an audioserver within the next days with 6.06,...
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    Re: HOWTO: Install Edgy 6.10 from an .iso file

    I never changed the place - the iso, vmlinuz and initrd.gz have been always in hda5 (h0,5) in the directory /boot.

    kultex
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    Re: HOWTO: Install Edgy 6.10 from an .iso file

    Sorry for my last posting - this happens, when you take the vmlinuz and initrd.gz from the cd

    @john

    thanks for this wonderful howto

    I have two suggestions :

    can you ad that you MUST take...
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    Re: HOWTO: Install Edgy 6.10 from an .iso file

    I made itup to finding the CD-Rom - I am using xubuntu-6.10-alternate

    I have a strange massage on:

    mkdir -p /dev/loop
    ln /dev/loop0 /dev/loop/0

    I get:

    ln: /dev/loop0: No such file or...
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    Re: HOWTO Ubuntu Lite

    Hi Christoss,

    I want to thank you for your work and want to give some informations for not so advanced linux users:

    short introduction to icewm: http://www.osnews.com/story.php?news_id=7774...
  8. Re: Howto: Move /home and secure your files and configuration

    I found something:

    I changed my fstab entry to:

    /dev/hdxx /home/"username"/windows_e vfat user,rw,exec,uid="username",gid="username" 0 0

    now, the whole partition belongs to the user, but...
  9. Re: Howto: Move /home and secure your files and configuration

    I could transfer all my files and mails to /home, rename the partition in Windows - and it would be perfect. It works fine - I tried it, but I find it still to dangerous.

    Yes it is a qustion of...
  10. Re: Howto: Move /home and secure your files and configuration

    tank you - but is it not solving my problem. I need to have a link of directories (I hope it is the right word in english) I am actually working on the desktop and the problem is, that in Ubuntu I...
  11. Re: Howto: Move /home and secure your files and configuration

    "However.. what you can do is to mount the Fat32 partition as a subdirectory under /home/username (~/). then you can just save the files you want to share and your backups to that directory and...
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