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    [ubuntu] Re: Keyboard modification

    ok, thanks...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Keyboard modification

    no one for help??
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    [ubuntu] Keyboard modification

    There are a few characters missing in the keyboard layout for bolnagri. I am attaching 2 png file, one is the current layout and the other is the one with needed characters.
    for example the...
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    Re: OpenCL starting options?

    thanks ありがと
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    OpenCL starting options?

    Hi all, I am a B.Tech student and our college is planning to setup a "mini" (;)) super computer and GPGPU is thought to be a viable solution to our problems. I searched the net for the same. I found...
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    [ubuntu] Re: mounting drives at boot time

    sorry guys, my brother spilled milk over my laptop, so wasn't able to try out your suggestions, will post back in this thread as soon as my laptop is up and running...

    Thanks for the help...
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    [ubuntu] Re: mounting drives at boot time

    Morbius1, I tried what you said and opened the fstab as you said in step 3... but there were no UUID kind of entries... so do i have to add new lines to it or my fstab file is corrupt?

    here is my...
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    [ubuntu] Re: mounting drives at boot time

    One more question...
    I have a total of 3 partions 30GB for ubuntu, 25GB for windows, and approx 100GB (for nothing), and I guess there would be one more partition for swap space in ubuntu that...
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    [ubuntu] Re: mounting drives at boot time

    Here is the output of "sudo fdisk -l" on my laptop

    Disk /dev/sda: 160.0 GB, 160041885696 bytes
    255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 19457 cylinders
    Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes
    Disk...
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    [ubuntu] Re: mounting drives at boot time

    Is there no way to get this done by some kind of startup script rather than a "whole different software"?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Gnome Desktop problem

    thanks buddy, I will check this solution the next time my gnome crashes...(wierdly it hasn't crashed for last 2 days...:D)
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    [ubuntu] mounting drives at boot time

    hello friends,

    I am currently using Karmic Kola, and When I installed the ubuntu I assigned 30Gb of space for the operating system, now I have a problem of low disk space for the same and it...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Gnome Desktop problem

    mushwars, there is actually nothing to see, it is plain wallpaper only....
    if I send you my wallpaper that would be like what can be seen on the screen, that's it...
    It's plain blank...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Gnome Desktop problem

    mushwars, you didn't get it, I have been using ubuntu for more than a year now and I know what virtual desktops are, my problem is that, if by mistake I change my virtual desktop... all is gone ,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Gnome Desktop problem

    as I said, I am not able to switch back with clt+alt+left, it shows me yet another blank desktop...

    and I nhasian I can not access what u have pointed cause even the menu bar is missing...
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    [ubuntu] Gnome Desktop problem

    I have got a serious problem with Gnome that if I by mistake somehow change the desktop (for example by pressing alt+clt+{right arrow}), then my desktop goes blank and no matter what i do I am not...
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    [SOLVED] Thank You All

    Hey All, Thank you very much, the file is now fully compatible with the PMP , that "sed -i " command did the trick, however there was a problem due to double and single quotes (',") but that is...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Data Trasfer

    Thanks friends...
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    [SOLVED] Creating Script...

    Hey friends, I tried to write the needed script but I am not able to make the replacements that I intend to make. Can anyone please tell me why the sed commands seem to have no effect on the text...
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    [SOLVED] Re: converting file format

    OK, Now since I have checked my documents and found that most of them are not multi-column pdf files but rather simple pdf file, so the matter of multi-column can rest for a little while, but I also...
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    [SOLVED] Re: converting file format

    Thank you very much, "-nopgbrk" option seems to solve the "unreadable character" problem, so I didn't try the "tr" utility but definitively would like to learn about it.

    There still remains the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: converting file format

    I tried the mentioned tool on one of the files with columns and I am facing the same problem and it mangles all the text form one column into other, so .... any suggestions?



    Note: I am...
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    [SOLVED] Re: converting file format

    oops, sorry, I tried running the tool, without doing anything else, and voila! it worked. Thank you very much...:D

    There is one little more thing... ;)
    The conversion inserts some unreadable...
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    [SOLVED] Re: converting file format

    hey aktiwers, I wasn't able to find the command line tool "pdftotext" that you have mentioned, and I need a command line tool only so that I can use it easily in the scripts. Can you please tell how...
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    [ubuntu] Re: how do you create additional loop devices?

    Can anyone explain what are these "loop devices" and what is this "/etc/modules" file is for?
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