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  1. [kubuntu] Re: Ralink RT73 Wireless USB/Ubuntu 9.10 not working

    No ideas?
  2. [kubuntu] Re: Ralink RT73 Wireless USB/Ubuntu 9.10 not working

    Well, I am able to get an IP address for my wireless now, and network manager tells me it is connected, but I can't disconnect my ethernet connection or else I lose everything. When I try to use...
  3. [kubuntu] Re: Ralink RT73 Wireless USB/Ubuntu 9.10 not working

    Working with Ubuntu 9.10, this post has solved some issues for me, but I can't seem to get a DHCP offer.

    The status right now is: I can see "linksys" (my home wireless network, WPA2) as a...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu Karmic 32bit Realtek 8192SU driver

    Okay, I'm still struggling with this... I downloaded the combined driver mentioned and tried to make and make install, but I get these errors (make gives me a bunch of pointer errors, and make...
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    [all variants] Re: Gigabit card only works on 100 mbit

    Spyros,

    I believe this has to do with a problem in the 2.6+ kernel which the old net_device structure with a new one called net_device_ops, this apparently affects USB Wireless adapters and...
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    [SOLVED] Re: 10.04 Upgrade Issues

    Solved! Well... workaround, at least.

    I was able to boot into the 31-22 recovery, so I ran dpkg to try to fix any broken packages. That downloaded about 4kb of stuff, then I restarted and was...
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    [SOLVED] 10.04 Upgrade Issues

    So, rather than do a clean install as I'd done for 9.04 and 9.10, I figured I'd try the "Upgrade" button, to see how that worked...

    Bad idea so far.

    Quick read: can only boot into LiveCD,...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu Karmic 32bit Realtek 8192SU driver

    Is that supposed to be in /lib/firmware itself, or in /lib/firmware/{KERNEL_VERSION} ? I keep trying to copy the file over into /lib/firmware proper but it doesn't stick when I reboot, and inserting...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Asus USB-N10 NIC linux drivers not working

    gpecke,

    You, sir/ma'am, are a genius. Couldn't figure out why the driver that came with the disk wouldn't install. I've got the new driver downloaded now, except it doesn't want to work...

    It...
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    Re: Alias with spaces

    I copied/pasted it back into my own .bashrc and still get the line 104 syntax error.



    candice@candice-desktop:~$ source /home/candice/.bashrc
    bash: /home/candice/.bashrc: line 104: syntax...
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    Re: Alias with spaces

    In its entirety:



    # ~/.bashrc: executed by bash(1) for non-login shells.
    # see /usr/share/doc/bash/examples/startup-files (in the package bash-doc)
    # for examples

    # If not running...
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    Re: Alias with spaces

    The killjava function works perfectly, but I'm getting an error with the other:



    candice@candice-desktop:~$ source /home/candice/.bashrc
    bash: /home/candice/.bashrc: line 104: syntax error...
  13. Thread: Updates

    by Rayve
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    [SOLVED] Re: Updates

    Thanks for your responses, everyone! :) Disk space isn't an issue really, I was just concerned that installing/updating things I didn't use might introduce more security risks into the mix.

    I'll...
  14. Thread: Updates

    by Rayve
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    [SOLVED] Updates

    Good morning,

    When I look at the list of Updates available from Update Manager, do I need to install everything under the "Security Update" section? Such as the MIT Kereberos libraries, or maybe...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: Kernel panic - not synching: unable to mount root

    I had the same problem when I updated kernels in 9.10 at one point. While GRUB is loading, you can press the SHIFT key multiple times to bring you to the menu where you can choose what kernel to...
  16. [other] Re: How to find all pictures with files over 100 kilobytes recursively?

    I believe, but am not certain, that find defaults to recursively - so searching in your current directory will search your current directory and all subdirectories.

    See here for some assistance:...
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    Re: Post your CTRL+V's

    export GDK_NATIVE_WINDOWS=1


    ... hopefully just fixed my Flash problems!
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    [ubuntu] Re: Logitech G13 Advanced Gamepad

    Wanted to bump this in case anyone else was still looking - I managed to get the int vs. size_t errors to go away so it now makes properly. Anyone have any other ideas?
    ...
  19. [all variants] Re: Taking a screen shot but program takes over the whole screen

    I don't know how it would work with a full-screen game ongoing, but you can try "Shutter" from Synaptic. Lots of dependencies, but it was similar to "zapgrab" which I loved using in Windows, so...
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    [ubuntu] Re: USB mouse freezing

    Thanks for the suggestion beep! After rebooting due to a frozen mouse again, I just input it now and will see how it goes.
  21. Thread: Hello,

    by Rayve
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    [ubuntu] Re: Hello,

    Grant121,

    You can either install Ubuntu "inside" Windows using Wubi, but this can sometimes be unstable. It's a good way to test drive Ubuntu, but I suggest test-driving with just the LiveCD and...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: GRUB - Need to get it to stop listing every kernel

    Downloading startupmanager from Synaptic will let you choose a default kernel to boot into.

    After you download and install, it will be under System > Administration > Startup-Manager.

    If you...
  23. Thread: New to Linux.

    by Rayve
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    [ubuntu] Re: New to Linux.

    I think the command you're looking for is "cd" for "change directory".

    So, open a terminal (Applications > Accessories > Terminal, or Alt + F2 and type "gnome-terminal" if you use gnome).

    At...
  24. Thread: New to Linux.

    by Rayve
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    [ubuntu] Re: New to Linux.

    The main differences are between "relative" and "absolute" path.

    For example - no matter what directory I am in, I can type "cd /home/candice/Documents" and, if it existed, I would change to the...
  25. Re: Google Chrome (Linux) now available to the public in Beta!!!

    I get Aw, Snap on almost *every* new tab I pull up. I can always reload it, and it usually works, but it doesn't load completely. If it's a news page and I need to scroll down, I usually have to be...
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