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    Re: Thunar custom action

    The directories are probably reconstructed from paths included with the zipped filenames.
    Try this :
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    Re: Thunar custom action

    You need to specify the target zip file.
    I would suggest the following syntax:

    zip -u %n.zip %F
    This will zip all selected files and create a zipfile using the name of the first file, with .zip...
  3. [lubuntu] Re: Can't automount XFS partition - please help?

    Hi there,
    To automount a partition at boot time, the easiest way is to add an entry in your /etc/fstab file and have an empty directory ready for mounting it
    Instructions can be found here
    I've...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Samba Security Structure by User

    I recommend you try the GNOME/gvfs method of automatically connecting to Samba shares at logon - using Gigolo
    See...
  5. [xubuntu] Re: Thunar: F5 or CTRL+R do not refresh network files

    Hi there,

    I can replicate this behavior, which is a strange one.

    However, there is no issue when copying by drag-and-drop (holding ctrl) to a directory in the tree or by rick-clicking the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: rsync fails to NAS

    Hi there,
    From the target path you specified, it seems you are copying to your NAS via SMB (Windows share). Most SMB servers wont support copying Linux properties like owner, group, permissions and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to force autofs nfs ver3

    Hehe yeah I'm sill alive xD
    Just have less free time to monitor the forums...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to force autofs nfs ver3

    Use the parameter -vers=3 in your config file.
    For example, I have /etc/auto.nfs containing

    directory -vers=3,rsize=8192,wsize=8192,intr server:/share
    Cheers!
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    [SOLVED] Re: Make NFS share universally writable

    For the record, the "official" way of granting full access to an NFS share is with the following setup (which bypasses file permission issues):
    In your /etc/exports file (on the server), your share...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Synapse and NAS mount

    I don't know of any clever way. I think it stems from the fact that we're just not supposed to mount anything in /media from fstab, it's reserved for hot-plugged devices. Although I will agree that...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Synapse and NAS mount

    Indexing the filename won't cache the file contents on your hard drive, so it won't make access faster.
    Starting from Ubuntu 12.10, hot-plugged media are mounted in /media/<yourname> instead of just...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Synapse and NAS mount

    Don't worry about the networking error. It happens all the time since Network Manager is run after login. The successful connection triggers autmounting for all network drives in fstab.
    As for the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Synapse and NAS mount

    Hi there,
    Synapse is awesome indeed. It uses the locate command to find files, which in turn depends on updatedb to index and update the database. What you need is to edit /etc/updatedb.conf (as...
  14. [ubuntu] Re: Multiple NASs on a single mounted directory.

    You should try mhddfs (in the repos). It's very simple to use and has few options; most operations are done intelligently. It will merge two mount points into a third.
    It can be run by a user or...
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    [xubuntu] Re: No Thunderbird notifications in 13.04

    Since 12.10, Xubuntu doesn't support the messaging indicator (indicator-messages), which is in charge of showing new mail and other notifications in Ubuntu. The reason is that it is written for GTK3...
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    [ubuntu] Re: NFS4 mount problem

    Hi there!

    First off, this page is a good place to start when setting up NFSv4
    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/NFSv4Howto

    Basically, NFSv4 lets your setup the server directory structure the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: NFS share issue

    Sorry for the late reply.
    For reloading /etc/exports into the NFS daemon, you should run

    sudo exportfs -ra
    Your command showmount -a shows which clients are accessing and mounting a share from a...
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    [SOLVED] Re: NFS share issue

    By default, any partition that is not in fstab will only get mounted on request, from Places or a file manager. That means they are not accessible for sharing at startup. Plus this kind of...
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    [SOLVED] Re: NFS share issue

    How is your Charsar_Sys NTFS partition mounted on the server? From /etc/fstab?
    I doubt anything automounted on click would constitute a valid NFS export.

    Cheers!
  20. [ubuntu] Re: NFS share not accessible if directory to large

    Good to know it worked!
    The 12.04 server runs both modes simultaneously; v4 handles things quite differently under the hood. Old clients would query servers and connect via NFSv3 unless you...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: NFS share not accessible if directory to large

    If I remember correctly, the 10.04 client defaulted to NFSv3 while 12.04 defaults to v4. It might be a good idea to force your server to use version 3 with the export parameter vers=3. Could be a bug...
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    [kubuntu] Re: MS office - wine or vbox?

    I have both MSO 2007 in Wine (PlayOnLinux) and VBox+WinXP. I can say that working with Wine+Word in Xubuntu feels of course more natural to a user than opening a VM, then a document in a shared...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: NFS share not accessible if directory to large

    First thing would be to tell us what's in your /etc/exports file and the corresponding fstab entries in your clients.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Alsamixer won't retain settings

    Find you desired sound settings in alsamixer then store them

    sudo alsactl store
    Apply the settings, typically in a user autostart entry

    alsactrl restore

    Cheers!
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    [xfce] Re: Xfce wallpaper only changes once...

    Never got it to work myself, same problem. Take a look a Variety for a powerful, XFCE-compatible background switcher.
    Cheers!
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