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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Mouse strange behaviour - Can't click outside of any current application

    I found the cause of this odd little problem. It was the mouse, which was old and which had its scroll wheel locked in the down position.
  2. [ubuntu] Mouse strange behaviour - Can't click outside of any current application

    This is a strange issue I'm seeing on the Live CD for Ubuntu 8.10. (And the same thing happens with the 8.04 CD.)

    Whenever I start an application and click inside of it with the mouse, the...
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    [all variants] Re: Firefox ticking checkbox problem

    I have this problem as well. I get the impression that clicking on the checkbox does activate it, but the graphic of the checked box can only be seen once focus is moved off the box (by clicking...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Installing Kubuntu with software RAID

    Actually, Ubuntu has supported software RAID back to at least 6.06. I know because I use it. I was just wondering if I can use the Kubuntu install disc rather than the Ubuntu server install disc to...
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    [kubuntu] Installing Kubuntu with software RAID

    I'm planning to do a fresh install with Kubuntu Hardy Heron. I will be reformatting two drives and creating a RAID 1 setup using software RAID.

    In the past (around 6.10 or so) I had to do this...
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    Re: Howto: Setup a DNS server with bind

    I typed "rndc" into Google and the first result describes your error message and a suggested remedy for it:

    http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/linux/RHL-7.2-Manual/ref-guide/s1-bind-rndc.html
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    Mcache (Mohawksoft.org)

    Here is how to install Mcache from MohawkSoft.org successfully. I didn't see instructions for this on Ubuntu anywhere, so I hope this helps someone. I'm on 7.04 (x86).

    You'll first want to do...
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    Re: Howto: Setup a DNS server with bind

    dthacker: I think your problem is the semicolon in this line:



    The semicolon is the start of a comment in these files, so everything after the semicolon on that line is ignored. This means your...
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    Re: PDO troubles in Fiesty

    I've made some progress. I forgot about the extra .ini files that are included from "/etc/php5/apache2/conf.d". By removing pdo.ini and pdo_mysql.ini, I stopped the attempted include of pdo.so and...
  10. Re: It's time to change the way we use computers.

    Kitchens, and modern kitchens in particular, have done a great job of making food easier to use. As far as the end user is concerned most of the improvement has been done by making the kitchen...
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    PDO troubles in Fiesty

    I have a fresh install of Fiesty, which of course includes PHP 5.2.x with PDO by default. I was trying to figure out how to get pdo_dblib installed, and at one point I typed the following:


    pecl...
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    Re: Howto: Setup a DNS server with bind

    I've experienced this intermittently. Most of the time I can ping internal hostnames, but sometimes, some of them just don't work. Then I'll come back later in the day and suddenly they do work.
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    Re: Howto: Setup a DNS server with bind

    Thanks for the reply... I'm using the local DNS machine as the primary DNS server, with an external public DNS server as the alternate.

    I've been getting strange, intermittent behavior. Sometimes...
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    Re: Howto: Setup a DNS server with bind

    I must follow up on my above posting. My setup is kind of working, but not exactly. It seems that the first time I try to look up any ".dev" URL from another machine, I get a delayed response. For...
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    Re: Howto: Setup a DNS server with bind

    I want to point out that this isn't correct. The default setup is for named.conf to include named.conf.local. There should be a line at the end of your named.conf which looks like this:


    include...
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