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    [xubuntu] Re: Xubuntu Panel Problem

    I think you can change the popping nature of the panels by enabling or disabling AutoHide
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    [xubuntu] Re: Xubuntu Panel Problem

    In the third panel, you could right click, then -> Panel Preferences. From Here you can click on the + button to bring up panels 1 and 2. Note that their functioality may not return; so right click...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: "Your drives need to be checked" at every startup

    Thanks to the people who've been replying to the posts :)
  4. [ubuntu] Re: "Your drives need to be checked" at every startup

    On viewing my root filesystem on windows with ext2fsd, i think the rc0.d and rc6.d are correct..
    in rc0.d umountfs and umountroot occurs before halt...and in rc6.d both occur before reboot.
  5. [ubuntu] Re: "Your drives need to be checked" at every startup

    On viewing my root filesystem on windows with ext2fsd, i find that there's no file named user.rules in /etc/udev
    there's a file udev and a folder rules.d which has 3 files... 70-persistant-cd,...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: "Your drives need to be checked" at every startup

    I think this problem is not only linked to installing and uninstalling the packages...i had this problem before also with installation on my external HDD whose connection gets disturbed very easily...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: "Your drives need to be checked" at every startup

    No i dont get any error messages at shutdown...anyways thanks for the help i am thinking of reinstalling.
  8. [ubuntu] Re: "Your drives need to be checked" at every startup

    First it shows 1 which quickly changes to 2 and sometimes 3 (this is displayed on the bootup page where the"Your drives need to be checked" message comes up.."Checking drive 1 of 2 or 1 of 3")...but...
  9. [ubuntu] "Your drives need to be checked" at every startup

    I am using Ubuntu 12.04(fresh install), installed on an external HDD.

    Somewhere along the line(while installing gnome3, kde, cinammon, xubuntu-desktop, lubuntu-desktop, and mate...using them for a...
  10. [ubuntu] "The system is running in low graphics mode"

    I am using Ubuntu 12.04(fresh install), installed on an external HDD.

    I accidently brushed against my external HDD while using it; its connection is very sensitive so it got disconnected while...
  11. [ubuntu] Re: How to make the brightness setting persistent in ubuntu 12.04.2?

    Tried editing the /etc/rc.local file but that did'nt work either..
  12. [ubuntu] How to make the brightness setting persistent in ubuntu 12.04.2?

    When i was using ubuntu 11.04, this was not a problem..whichever brighness setting i used to set was persistant after rebooting...
    but in 12.04 every time the system restarts the brightness setting...
  13. [ubuntu] Re: How to add entry of ubuntu 12.04 live usb partiotion to grub?

    That worked!! Thank you :)
  14. [ubuntu] Re: How to add entry of ubuntu 12.04 live usb partiotion to grub?

    no i made a live usb partition using linux live usb creator(for windows)..in the partion /dev/sdb2 of 5gb fat32 filesystem..which has persistance of 3.5 gb..which is not present using .iso...
  15. [ubuntu] How to add entry of ubuntu 12.04 live usb partiotion to grub?

    i have 150 gb external hard disk with following partitions-
    /dev/sdb1 elements(data) 123 gb
    /dev/sdb2 linuxlivekey(bootable live usb ubuntu 12.04.2) 5gb
    /dev/sdb5 /boot
    /dev/sdb6 /
    /dev/sdb7...
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