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  1. [ubuntu] Re: VirtualBox 1.6.4-only one USB device works

    Hi,

    I was just having this same problem. Here's where I found the solution:

    http://linuxchronicles.wordpress.com/2008/05/28/ubuntu-got-usb-in-virtualbox-160/

    I followed those instructions,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Sixaxis Documentation

    That was just what I needed!

    After reading your post I searched my file system for "joystick_drv.so", I found t but instead of being in "/usr/lib/xorg/modules/input/" like your log file says, mine...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Sixaxis Documentation

    Hi again,

    I had previously installed "xserver-xorg-input-joystick" from apt-get but I removed it before compiling "xf86-input-joystick". I checked Synaptic and a package just called "joystick" was...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Sixaxis Documentation

    Sure,

    it's here: http://paste.ubuntu.com/22793/
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    [ubuntu] Re: Sixaxis Documentation

    Hi,

    Thanks for the quick reply. I tried out the process again to see if it was something I was doing wrong, but no luck. I am connecting the controller before starting the x session, I checked the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Sixaxis Documentation

    Hi,

    I've been following the guide for a little while waiting for the xorg section to be complete (I always have trouble with xorg.conf).

    I just noticed today that it had been completed so I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: VirtualBox Networking

    Hi,

    I can ping any computer and any router on my network but no computer can ping me. Pinging google gives "unknown host"

    Th output for ifconfig is:


    br0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr...
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    [ubuntu] VirtualBox Networking

    Hi,

    I was having some problems getting the internet working with VirtualBox after upgrading to 8.04, so I followed some instruction (which I can no longer find but are similar to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Brasero .bin .toc files

    Hi,

    Thanks for the replies. I just tried a similar app to bin2iso called 'bchunk' but it failed, I think because there is no .cue file created, only a .toc....
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    [ubuntu] Brasero .bin .toc files

    Hi,

    I have just upgraded (clean install) to 8.04 and went to make a copy of an audio cd using Brasero. It produces a .bin and a .toc file, how can I mount these to access their content without...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Auto mount ntfs drive in Ubuntu 8.04?

    Hi there,

    Someone may have to correct this, but I just set up my NTFS drives to auto-mount by doing the following: (note this will allow NTFS write)

    1: Open up Terminal (Applications -...
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    Re: Integrating KDevelop w/ gcc and g++

    Fantastic! Thats solved the problem.
    I'm not sure if it was the packages that I was missing or that I wasn't going though the wizard to make a project (I was just clicking new file) in KDevelop,...
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    Re: Integrating KDevelop w/ gcc and g++

    Thanks for the terminal commands :-)
    Im using KDev version 3.5.5. I just can't work out how to compile, I read a guide that said ............. "From the build menu; choose ‘Run automake and...
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    Re: Integrating KDevelop w/ gcc and g++

    I've also installed build-essentials so its not that.
    This is really annoying me, I don't want to have to dual boot just to write some c programs for uni.
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    Re: Integrating KDevelop w/ gcc and g++

    I'm also looking for an answer to this problem, possibly I have automake and auto configure installed wrong but I can't seem to be able to compile and run any programs using any IDE in Ubuntu.

    I...
  16. Re: HowTo: Use your mobile phone as a remote control for your Ubuntu system

    For some reason that I can't figure out anyremote was compiled but is just sitting in /usr/local/bin by itself, it doesnt even have a folder to itself. I have no idea how that happened.

    mike_mike...
  17. Re: HowTo: Use your mobile phone as a remote control for your Ubuntu system

    Hi again,
    I worked out the problem, I should have read the entire topic first! I just installed automake-1.9 as thats what the files were linking to. Oddly enough it installed to the wrong directory...
  18. Re: HowTo: Use your mobile phone as a remote control for your Ubuntu system

    Hey all,
    I get an error when trying to compile anyremote.
    When I ./configure I get "missing install-sh" the file is there with a picture of a padlock and a broken link icon next to it, as with two...
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