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  1. Re: Installing 32-bit gtk2-engine-murrine on a 64-bit system

    Thank you very much, that was exactly what I was looking for. I didn't realize I could append :i386 to request the 32-bit version.
  2. Installing 32-bit gtk2-engine-murrine on a 64-bit system

    Hi, I'm not sure if I'm just missing something or not, but I can't figure out how to install the 32-bit version of gtk2-engines-murrine in Ubuntu 12.10 64-bit. 32-bit applications aren't capable of...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: 12.10 64 bit Install problem (kernel related I think)

    It looks like either there was a problem with the download or with putting it onto the USB drive, or possibly a problem with the USB drive. The boot files appear to be corrupted.
  4. Re: libcrypto.so.6 and libssl.so.6 NOT FOUND

    Sorry, I didn't add sudo at the beginning, you need root privilages to run that command. ld is just a linker used by the compiler, it's not a folder that you can put libraries in :P


    sudo ln -s...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Triple boot WinXP, Windows 8 and Ubuntu

    Yes, this is possible. As to the where to install the bootloader, if you're using BIOS, then it has to be installed the same as for a dual boot. If you're using UEFI then you will need to put it...
  6. Re: libcrypto.so.6 and libssl.so.6 NOT FOUND

    Oh. That library was from an older version. You can try linking the new version to the old one to see if it will compile with the current version if you want:
    ln -s...
  7. Re: libcrypto.so.6 and libssl.so.6 NOT FOUND

    You need the development files for ssl, you probably only installed the program files. Try
    sudo apt-get install libssl-dev
  8. [ubuntu] Re: VLC not installing - Broken apt-packages

    What version of Ubuntu are you running?

    Have you enabled any extra repositories/PPAs?

    Also please post the output of
    cat /etc/apt/sources.list
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    [all variants] Re: I'm totally inexperienced with Linux

    Wubi doesn't actually create a real dual boot, it simply installs Ubuntu as a program inside of Windows, so it is actually still on the same partition as Windows, as a file. The main problem with...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Minor Teething problems

    That box is simply searching your desktop for any files with that name. To shutdown/reboot etc. click the cog in the top right hand corner of the screen.
  11. [ubuntu] Re: Installation hangs and display becomes corrupted 12.10 64-bit

    Only found fix was to just use 12.04.
  12. [ubuntu] Installation hangs and display becomes corrupted 12.10 64-bit

    Hi, I am attempting to install the x86-64 version of Ubuntu 12.10 on my desktop, but approximately 3/4 of the way through the install, it hangs and my display becomes corrupted. I have left it alone...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Connect to a WPA 2 AP with NO GUI

    Don't know if this will help you, but you can try it. It's in the Arch Linux guide: Wireless
  14. [SOLVED] Re: The infamous adhoc network. Please help

    Yes, if you want to JUST use an ethernet cable, you need a crossover cable. (The send and receive lines are switched on one end). Otherwise a switch, hub, or router is required.
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    [ubuntu] Re: what the &*$# is /dev/sdc hddtemp

    Is that drive in a more enclosed section of your case? Is it covered in dust? Those are two reasons they sometimes get hotter.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Top of windows are missing

    There's probably a more elegant solution, but you could go startup applications and add metacity --replace there.
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Failing Hard Drive(s) - Help! Need to Clone Before Drive Fails Completely

    You can use
    mount to see what filesystems are mounted. The reason you're having problems is because you're trying to unmount /dev/sda instead of /dev/sda1 (Or whatever partition number is mounted)
  18. [SOLVED] Re: Moving picture folder out of Root user

    sudo is to reference root for command line programs, gksudo is for graphical apps (In Gnome). Are you sure you got the case correct for the folder you're trying to move? Linux is case-sensitive.
  19. [kubuntu] Re: howto find help with Kubuntu desktop and tablet PC

    It partly depends on your graphics card, what drivers you're using and if you want to mess with a config file or use a GUI program. If you're not using proprietary drivers and want to use a GUI, go...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: 10.04 - Nvidia Triple Monitors - GT430

    Are all three monitors at least showing up in the settings program? A lot of graphics cards have three outputs but still only support using two at one time.

    Personally, I would stick with Nvidia....
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    [ubuntu] Re: NTFS or FAT32

    blkid should tell you the label, UUID and partition type.
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    [ubuntu] Re: grub2 doesn't recognize windows 7

    You should put that in /etc/grub.d/40_custom so you don't lose it every time Ubuntu has a Kernel upgrade.
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    [all variants] Re: Conky, Editing help.

    That would be an rss feed most likely
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    [ubuntu] Re: Confused with ftp server!

    1. It will be in /etc I always used proftp, so I don't know the filename, just use
    ls /etc/*ftp* and you should find it

    3. That makes it sound like FTP isn't actually working at all and you're...
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    [all variants] Re: Conky, Editing help.

    Weather, currently playing, disk usage, CPU usage, network traffic, RAM usage, internal temperatures, top processes for RAM and/or CPU, and a clock are common things in conky setups.
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