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    [ubuntu] Re: No Launcher, No dash after upgrade 11.10

    Thanks to allfor their advice.

    All attempts to fix the problem failed. Some produced error messages about "invalid characters in package names" referring to jaunty.

    I think that the repeated...
  2. Thread: No Ubiquity

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    [SOLVED] Re: No Ubiquity

    Thank you very much for your suggestion. I tried that and could see no difference.
  3. Thread: Installing 11.10

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    [SOLVED] Re: Installing 11.10

    Thanks to all. I've run the 64bit live system on my PC and have not found any problems yet. Some apps are much more responsive, but that could be because I have updated my Ubuntu linux for several...
  4. Thread: No Ubiquity

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    [SOLVED] Re: No Ubiquity

    I meant to type "Unity", not "Ubiquity". Silly me.

    I have reposted since, so please disregard.
  5. Thread: Installing 11.10

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    [SOLVED] 32bit or 64bit?

    What are the issues when choosing between 32bit and 64bit Ubuntu?

    My pc is an hp d7900 with 5GB of RAM. I would love to use all of my machine.

    Besides the apps that come with Ubuntu I also use...
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    [ubuntu] No Launcher, No dash after upgrade 11.10

    Up to now, I used to use the Gnome Classic desktop in 11.04.

    After updating to 11.10


    There is just the desktop with a menu bar.
    There is no launcher, no dash; in fact, in can't find any of...
  7. Thread: No Ubiquity

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    [SOLVED] No Ubiquity

    I upgraded from 11.4 to 11.10. In 11.4 I used to use the Gnome desktop.

    After updating to 11.10:

    there is no Gnome desktop any more.
    There is a desktop with a menu bar.
    There are no other...
  8. Thread: Confession

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    Re: Confession

    Confession: I can't really think of anything worth confessing.
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    Re: Are you a thread killer?

    Yes, I am.
  10. Thread: The BUMP Thread

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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    Yes? Anyone?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Networking fails to start

    My Debian guest also failed to detect its network cards. I am running VirtualBox in an Ubuntu 9.10 host. The failure occurred after upgrading Virtual Box. Unfortunately, I can't remember which...
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    Re: Are you a thread killer?

    More cowbells. Then it will die.
  13. Thread: The BUMP Thread

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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    How do you guys and gals bump this thread? I can't seem to find the "bump" button.
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    Re: Free classical music downloads til the end of 2009

    The Schubertiade is held every other year, each time in a different town of the French speaking part of Switzerland.

    The downloads from the last Schubertiade (2007) apparently are still available....
  15. Thread: Hang drum solo

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    Re: Hang drum solo

    Just for the fun of it: BUMP
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    [other] Re: write image of bad hdd to new one with dd

    Have you defined the new partition on the target disk, e.g. using gparted?
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    Re: XSL cross reference attribute names

    Produce a sorted list of all event names. For each event name produce a list of results with the appropriate gameid.
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    Re: Sending large data through sockets

    What language are you using?

    What you describe is nicely covered by TCP. I can't believe that there are languages which support sockets but lack a basic implementation of the TCP protocol.
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    Re: USB - any way to write raw bits?

    You might consider just sending a continuous stream of all 1s or 0xAAs when you want your LED lit and not sending anything when not. The LED might not be at its brightest, but given that you do not...
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    Re: function that calculate distance

    sqrt( (x2-x1)**2 + (y2-y1)**2 ) ?
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    Re: Not allowed a letter

    Linus wanted to write an OS with a name somewhat like Eunuchs.
    Next non-letter: "U"; topic: Weather
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    Re: The NO you cant post here thread!

    unable.
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    Re: Computer Languages == Spoken Languages

    The difference may be less, but I doubt very much that programming languages and languages used among humans have much in common.

    Programming languages are called "languages" because the...
  24. Thread: Critique please

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    Re: Critique please

    The statement "x = 10" has at least two problems:

    The variable probably shouldn't be called "x". The name should be indicative of the purpose, such as "characterBeingInspected".

    The statement...
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    Re: Computer Languages == Spoken Languages

    I don't think so. A computer is some hardware plus some software. You can feed some COBOL or LISP or ASM into a computer which is suitably equipped and the computer will do as commanded by what you...
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