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  1. Re: ldconfig caused gedit and nemo to forget their settings on each launch.

    [Update:]
    This request for help has failed to generate any responses for 5 days. Therefore an assumption is being made that no one can offer any advice on how to research this problem any further...
  2. Re: ldconfig caused gedit and nemo to forget their settings on each launch.

    [Update:] The problem still persists after reinstalling Xubuntu core packages and libraries. I'm out of idea's on how to research this problem any further. Should I label this thread as...
  3. [UNSOLVABLE] ldconfig caused gedit and nemo to forget their settings on each launch.

    Specs:
    OS: Xubuntu 15.04
    ldconfig is a member of package libc-bin
    libc-bin version: 2.21-0butuntu4
    gedit version: 3.10.4
    nemo old version: 2.2.4-2 (vivid)
    nemo new version:...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: USB 3D printer device is not showing up in /dev after re-connect

    A more complete and thorough test of the connection between the computer and the circuit board on the 3D printer revealed that the USB cable was seated to loosely in the USB socket on the circuit...
  5. [SOLVED] Xubuntu: USB 3D printer device is not showing up in /dev.

    System Specifications:
    OS: Xubuntu 14.04
    Motherboard: ASUS P5E3 Delux WiFi-Ap@n (with latest and last firmware released)
    USB Specs: USB v2.0 (If I'm not mistaken this motherboard may have been...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 32 bit apps on 14.04 64 bit problem

    It would be helpful if you define what you mean by "reasonable fix".

    The chroot sandbox option posted by coldcritter64 might be the best option for attempting to run a proprietary program from a...
  7. [SOLVED] Re: What is causing streaming media to freeze an old computer?

    Thanks for the input. Yeah, I tried this rout too, but the computer was still freezing even after trying every driver for nvidia available in the repo's as well as the proprietary ones from the...
  8. [SOLVED] Re: What is causing streaming media to freeze an old computer?

    Thank you for the advice on htop. I ran this program and it is a bit more clear on what is goign on then top was. This is a shared workspace computer and someone had installed a daemon that was...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: What is causing streaming media to freeze an old computer?

    Thanks for the heads up on this. I checked and Youtube is set to play video using HTML5, and whats worse is I just noticed that the computer will freeze up even if I'm not doing anything with it and...
  10. [SOLVED] Re: What is causing streaming media to freeze an old computer?

    Thank you mrgs and Sef,

    Yes I have run mem test for almost 48 hours while I was out of town and it reported no errors or problems.
  11. [SOLVED] Re: What is causing streaming media to freeze an old computer?

    Yeah thats what I thought too. Unfortunately after getting a brand new CMOS battery and testing it with a voltage meter to make sure it was good and replacing the CMOS battery with this known good...
  12. [SOLVED] Re: What is causing streaming media to freeze an old computer?

    I agree 100% that it could be any of these things. Just wish I could isolate the problem a bit more.

    Incomparability:
    There really isn't anything I can do about the memory not being supported...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 32 bit apps on 14.04 64 bit problem

    The maker of Kintraks appears to only be providing a proprietary executable file for Linux users along with included libraries for running that file. This means the main program "Kintraks" looks for...
  14. [SOLVED] What is causing streaming media to freeze an old computer?

    Specs: Note: This is a very old computer.
    Old Motherboard: ASUS P5E3 Deluxe/WiFi-AP@n
    BIOS: Old and starting to fail (forgets its settings and requires multiple boots before it works)
    CPU:...
  15. [SOLVED] Re: How to tell what process is automounting a USB flash drive when its not in fstab?

    Ok, marking this thread as solved.

    According to the udev material there should be a way to target rules for a specific device so for example everything else gets auto-mounted except for that...
  16. [SOLVED] Re: How to tell what process is automounting a USB flash drive when its not in fstab?

    Dennis N,

    I've been researching udev rules and tutorials since yesterday. Really heady stuff, sorta puts me to sleep after reading to much of it. Thanks for the information on "80-udisks2.rules"...
  17. [SOLVED] Re: How to tell what process is automounting a USB flash drive when its not in fstab?

    [SOLUTION UPDATE:]
    I've rebooted and the USB drive was not automatically mounted.

    [Things I've changed:]
    The "/etc/fstab" for the USB drive is now as follows:
    ...
  18. [SOLVED] Re: How to tell what process is automounting a USB flash drive when its not in fstab?

    This seems like it might help to narrow this problem down a bit, but I'm not quite sure how yet.

    [Questions:]
    1.) Is there any way you might be able to check and report how the Lubuntu...
  19. [SOLVED] Re: How to tell what process is automounting a USB flash drive when its not in fstab?

    To be complete I just wanted to note that I did take a look at this, and it seems to have two problems:
    1.) It uses complicated map files that are difficult to understand.
    2.) It appears to only be...
  20. [SOLVED] Re: How to tell what process is automounting a USB flash drive when its not in fstab?

    [UPDATE:]
    Strange behavior continues. I've changed fstab to this:
    UUID=d56d5d73-9da0-48ab-a72a-1ceb6e1f2088 /media/USBStick ext3 rw,suid,exec,noauto,user,async

    ...and after a reboot "mount -l...
  21. [SOLVED] Re: How to tell what process is automounting a USB flash drive when its not in fstab?

    Thanks for the clarification, and suggestions.

    ...Still searching for a solution (see post #9 above).
  22. [SOLVED] Re: How to tell what process is automounting a USB flash drive when its not in fstab?

    [UPDATE:]
    I still can't stop the usb drive from being automatically mounted on bootup.

    [What has changed:]
    I placed a line in /etc/fstab as follows:

    UUID=$deviceuuid /media/USBStick ext3...
  23. [SOLVED] Re: How to tell what process is automounting a USB flash drive when its not in fstab?

    oldfred, nerdtron, and Dennis N;

    [Things Learned:]
    I've figured out that this problem only occurs after a reboot and not after a logout then login. After the reboot I do see the "uhelper=udisks2"...
  24. Re: VPN connection fails on 13.10 with "invalid VPN secrets" error

    The suggestion in post#3 did not work for me, and in fact non of the solutions that I've been able to find so far on the web (when searching for invalid VPN secrets) have worked to solve this...
  25. [SOLVED] Re: How to tell what process is automounting a USB flash drive when its not in fstab?

    cariboo907

    I just checked and autofs is not installed on my system. This means that "automount" which is part of the autofs package can not be doing any auto mounting since it isn't installed.
    ...
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