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  1. [ubuntu] Re: GNOME, ubuntu 9.04, blank screen on gdm login, only mouse

    I examined EVERYTHING in the home directory to try to find a difference between a working and non-working profile. It's hopeless...
  2. [ubuntu] Re: GNOME, ubuntu 9.04, blank screen on gdm login, only mouse

    It definitely seems like a problem that should be affecting more people. From what you say it looks like your problem is exactly the same as what I described in the first post. I still can't seem to...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: GNOME, ubuntu 9.04, blank screen on gdm login, only mouse

    I looked through the affected user's home directory and I can't figure out what causes this. I'm not even really sure which process is hanging. More importantly I can't figure out what the user does...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: GNOME, ubuntu 9.04, blank screen on gdm login, only mouse

    I believe it was after a package update for me as well. I couldn't think of any configuration that I had changed that would cause it. Out of curiosity are you also running an LDAP authentication with...
  5. [ubuntu] GNOME, ubuntu 9.04, blank screen on gdm login, only mouse

    I am hoping that someone can help me out here, I am stumped on determining the cause to this problem.

    I have a small computer lab running Ubuntu with a central LDAP authentication server, NFS...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Hardy is slow because servers are full?

    I wasn't able to connect to the US archive at all. I looked at the list of mirrors here:
    https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+archivemirrors

    The Rochester Institute of Technology mirror is pretty fast...
  7. Re: Howto Install 32 bit Firefox with Flash w/sound and Java for AMD64

    How can I remove the 32 bit Blackdown jre that your script installed? My other 64 bit Java apps are no longer working because of this...
  8. Re: Create your own udev rules to control removable devices

    Thanks - this is pretty cool.
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    Re: HOWTO: Full encrypted system: root, home, swap

    Is there any significant performance hit in using this?
  10. Re: Create your own udev rules to control removable devices

    I am going to try this when I get home. It looks very useful.
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