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    [ubuntu] Re: RT2500 can't connect to network

    Another potential possibility of solving the problem: Make my main machine work as an AP, as the problem might indeed be ad-hoc mode. The main machine has the following card:


    Intel Corporation...
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    [ubuntu] Re: RT2500 can't connect to network

    It seems that one more bit of info is essential to the problem: I'm trying to use the card in ad-hoc mode (which used to work in Natty) because my main computer is sharing internet via Wifi.
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    [ubuntu] Re: RT2500 can't connect to network

    Some more info that might hopefully help in addressing the problem:


    $ lsmod | grep rt2
    rt2500pci 18467 0
    rt2x00pci 14151 1 rt2500pci
    rt2x00lib 48522 ...
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    [ubuntu] RT2500 can't connect to network

    I've a RT2500 PCI card that used to work in Natty, but stopped to do so after an upgrade to Oneiric. I thought that the upgrade might have broken something (there were other problems as well), so I...
  5. Thread: thunar and ftp

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    [xubuntu] Re: thunar and ftp

    Just for the record, if someone finds this by searching (as I did): Thunar *does* work as an FTP client (as well as SSH/SFTP or Samba) - see the Wiki page.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Lost firefox-globalmenu add-on, I think...

    I'm using the Beta channel. There was an update yesterday (I believe) "within" version 17. Before the update, it worked, but now it doesn't.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Lost firefox-globalmenu add-on, I think...

    Interesting, the problem returned after the last update (Firefox 17)...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Lost firefox-globalmenu add-on, I think...

    Yes, the problem is gone. Everything back to normal!
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    [ubuntu] Re: Lost firefox-globalmenu add-on, I think...

    There's still no change to the situation, is there? (At least not for me.)
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    [ubuntu] Re: Lost firefox-globalmenu add-on, I think...

    I'm experiencing this problem with Beta (version 17) and Ubuntu 11.10.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Lost firefox-globalmenu add-on, I think...

    I have the same problem with Firefox 17. I installed Firefox from http://ppa.launchpad.net/mozillateam/firefox-next/ubuntu. Is there anyone using an "unstable" Firefox version who does not have the...
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    Re: HOWTO: USB Audio device

    Good news: I got it to work, both with Maverick Natty and Oneiric.

    Explanation: I'm running a Thinkpad on a docking station and had the US-122 plugged into the docking station. It turns out I...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Faulty MIME detection

    I think I found some background info on gnome.org. Thanks again.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Faulty MIME detection

    Thanks for the hint. I added *.mei to the XML extensions with assogiate, no problems any longer.

    The curious Linux user inside me is only wondering how this could have been done without dedicated...
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    [SOLVED] Faulty MIME detection

    Hi,

    I'm working with MEI files, which are XML files. Unfortunately, they are detected as HTML. My problem: I'd rather have them open in the XML editor by default, and HTML files in the browser.
    ...
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    Re: HOWTO: USB Audio device

    Thanks, deoanam, but unfortunately, this didn't change anything for me on Oneiric. You're using Maverick, right? Maybe I should try a Maverick live CD to see whether it might be the machine's fault...
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    Re: HOWTO: USB Audio device

    I did another try on another computer with Oneiric: I installed alsa-firmware and the US-122 is displayed in the audio settings. Unfortunately, I can't select it for output. In Audacity I can, but...
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    Re: HOWTO: USB Audio device

    O.K., so I tried the live CD on my laptop, and I get green lights after

    sudo usx2yloader
    but the US-122 doesn't appear in the sound settings. After logging off with

    gnome-session-save --kill...
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    Re: HOWTO: USB Audio device

    I didn't try the whole thing on another machine yet, but there is one inconvenience I experience. For some reason the US-122 isn't activated on startup (you obviously can't try this from the live...
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    Re: HOWTO: USB Audio device

    That's not a problem for me. I had music playing quite a while and everything was stable. I also recorded some shorter bits to control myself while practicing, no problems there. However, from the...
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    Re: HOWTO: USB Audio device

    I just realized that at least since 11.04 all I need to get the Tascam US-122 running is the Universe, Multiverse and Medibuntu repoositories. The only package I had to install is alsa-firmware,...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Wireless Internet to Ubuntu to Router to other devices?

    I didn't have success with this kind of problem either. It's easy as pie with Windows, but unfortunately not with Ubuntu. I'd be thankful for advice on sharing internet over crossover cable, too!
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    [lubuntu] Re: "Live" change of subpixel order with LXDE

    Sorry for bumping, but doesn't anyone know how to make gconf responsible for changing font rendering parameters outside Gnome?
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    [lubuntu] "Live" change of subpixel order with LXDE

    I have a pivot screen that I frequently switch between portrait and landscape mode. With



    xrandr -o normal


    and
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    [all variants] Re: Stopmotion Programs for Linux?

    It uses dvgrab, but I've no idea how to use it. If you find out, I'd be interested to hear how it works.
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