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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Core i7 hyperthreading - simple quick question

    Thanks for the reply,

    It's a server in a lab, so I don't have that much opportunity to turn it off. It's under a pretty heavy load right now, and I thought hyperthreading might help the multiple...
  2. [ubuntu] Core i7 hyperthreading - simple quick question

    Hello,

    I have a machine running 9.10 64-bit with the 2.6.31-14-generic kernel. I built it myself, choosing a Core i7 CPU. When I first configured the BIOS I turned hyperthreading off.

    I'd now...
  3. Re: how to install and boot from rocketraid 2320 Ubuntu 9.10

    Go here: http://www.highpoint-tech.com/USA/bios_rr2320.htm

    Download the "Open Source driver". Unzip it by right clicking the downloaded file and selecting "Open with archive manager". From here...
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    [ubuntu] ssh "Connection reset by peer" problem

    Hello,

    I've been searching with no luck for this problem, which cropped up today after no changes to the system: I can successfully ssh into my ubuntu 64-bit 9.10 machine (via OS X with iTerm),...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Upgrading perl from 5.1.0 to >5.8.0

    Please disregard message. I have perl v5.10.0 - duh.

    How can I delete a thread?
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    [ubuntu] Upgrading perl from 5.1.0 to >5.8.0

    Hello,

    I need help upgrading perl. I need to use a program that requires perl 5.8.0 or above. I used "perl -v" to get the version that comes with my ubuntu installation (x64 Jaunty) and I...
  7. [ubuntu] Jaunty will not mount external USB hard drive at boot

    Hello,

    I've read the other threads on this matter, but the solutions offered have not worked for me, suggesting this is a new problem - hence the new thread.

    Basically, my external USB hard...
  8. [all variants] Re: Firewall settings for Firefly Media Server (mt-daapd)

    Have the same issue. ufw firewall is off - works fine. But when enabled, and 3689 and 5353 open, no luck.

    Which ports are supposed to be open for mt-daapd?
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Mistakenly changed permissions for /usr/ recursively - fix?

    Another thing that needed fixing after the recursive chmod 755 in all of /usr...

    Couldn't edit crontabs. Fixed with

    Cheers,
    S
  10. [ubuntu] Re: Mistakenly changed permissions for /usr/ recursively - fix?

    Thanks for the helpful reply, JKyleOKC.

    S
  11. [ubuntu] Re: Mistakenly changed permissions for /usr/ recursively - fix?

    Thanks for the responses everyone.

    I chmod'ed /usr to 755 (recursively), apart from sudo, which needed fixing again with "chmod 4755 /usr/bin/sudo".

    I've been using the computer for a couple of...
  12. [ubuntu] Mistakenly changed permissions for /usr/ recursively - fix?

    Hi,

    I have Ubuntu Intrepid. I was trying to configure some perl modules today that required me to temporarily change permissions in a folder in /usr/.

    Rather stupidly, I changed the permissions...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Dual NIC internet pass-through

    Ah! That's perfect!

    Thank you very much, sir :)

    S
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    [ubuntu] [SOLVED] Dual NIC internet pass-through

    Hi,

    I've been googling and searching this forum, but I haven't come across how to do the specific thing I am looking for. If anyone can tell me or point me towards another thread I'd much...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: Opening apps remotely with X11 not working

    I followed these instructions with no luck - the app still opens on the ubuntu (server), and not on the OS X client.

    Something I should have mentioned: This has stopped working since I (clean...
  16. [ubuntu] Opening apps remotely with X11 not working

    Hello,

    I think this problem has an easy solution, but when I search for an answer it never quite fits my problem. The client is running OS X 10.5.3 (with X11 installed!), and the server is ubuntu...
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    Re: isoccer - soccer game for Ubuntu Linux

    Oh good god. SS was one of my favourite games ever. Will be keeping a keen eye on this thread.

    Who remembers Kick Off 2 though. :cool:

    Ste
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