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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't mount blackberry - Please Help

    dca is correct. With barry installed it charges instead of mounting. You do not need to comment out the feature though. Barry installs the 'bfuse' command which can be used to mount the BB to the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing Tribler

    Looks like OP read this:
    http://torrentfreak.com/truly-decentralized-bittorrent-downloading-has-finally-arrived-101208/

    This thread should be marked [solved].
  3. [SOLVED] Re: Won't boot after moving to new hard drive and partition structure

    Fixed. The problem was when I copied the system over the permissions weren't preserved. I tried to copy preserving permissions using mc, but it kept failing, so I used Nautilus and it worked, but...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: Won't boot after moving to new hard drive and partition structure

    OK, a little more progress. I booted into recovery mode and saw that it was indeed reporting file system errors in /. Seems it frequently doesn't get unmounted properly on reboot. So I hit F... got...
  5. [SOLVED] Re: Won't boot after moving to new hard drive and partition structure

    OK, I've made progress. A few posts said they simply tried rebooting a couple times and things would work, so when I got to the error screen I hit F, let it reboot and proceed to round two. I hit F...
  6. [SOLVED] Re: Won't boot after moving to new hard drive and partition structure

    I've fscked everything to death. The Disk Utility confirms my old drive is subject to imminent failure. I found a post that suggested that Ubuntu has a bug involving a race condition that can cause...
  7. [SOLVED] Re: Won't boot after moving to new hard drive and partition structure

    OK, I tried commenting out the /tmp line in fstab and it changed nothing.
  8. [SOLVED] Re: Won't boot after moving to new hard drive and partition structure

    I'll try that, thanks. I just noticed I don't have an sdb4, but I read that an extended partition starts at partition 5, so the gap would be expected...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: Won't boot after moving to new hard drive and partition structure

    By the way, I don't know if it's relevant or not but I found a post by someone with a similar problem and someone said to change the permissions on /tmp partition to 1777. The user said that fixed...
  10. [SOLVED] Re: Won't boot after moving to new hard drive and partition structure

    Well, I fscked it with gparted and there were no errors so I don't think it's complaining of a file system error. It would seem to be a problem with fstab or something.

    I am still getting the...
  11. [SOLVED] Re: Won't boot after moving to new hard drive and partition structure

    Yes, twice, since the first time I ran the purge it automatically reinstalled grub2. And technically it was the 10.04 livecd I'm using now, not a thumb drive. My thumb drive is dying as well. The...
  12. [SOLVED] Re: Won't boot after moving to new hard drive and partition structure

    As expected, fsck found nothing. It's a brand new drive that's only been partitioned (with gparted) and had files copied over. What exactly would changing the fstab line to have 0 0 do and why...
  13. [SOLVED] Re: Won't boot after moving to new hard drive and partition structure

    Boot Info Script 0.55 dated February 15th, 2010

    ============================= Boot Info Summary: ==============================

    => Grub 0.97 is installed in the MBR of...
  14. [SOLVED] Won't boot after moving to new hard drive and partition structure

    Background:

    Old drive is dying, so I copied the system over to my new drive. I've moved /home and /tmp to separate partitions and updated fstab and grub with the appropriate UUIDs from blkid. Grub...
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    Re: How to Sync your Blackberry in Linux

    Anyone know a good alternative to a Blackberry that works well with Linux (Ubuntu in particular)?
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    Re: It's official, Debian is renaming firefox

    The logos are proprietary in the literal sense of the word, but the arguments against using proprietary things like audio & video formats are invalid against trademarks. There are good reason to use...
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    Re: It's official, Debian is renaming firefox

    It's not proprietary or "unfree" because the name & logo are trademarks. They're just defending their rights. There are ethical/legal, and practical reasons to do this. If distros ship modified...
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