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    [ubuntu] No Space in samba mount

    Hi

    My wireless router has a USB port that I can plug in hard drives which can then be mounted.

    If I mount the drive through Nautilus, it mounts fine but if I try to copy anything to the drive...
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    [kde] Re: Any recent switchers? (GNOME>KDE)

    I played with kubuntu once or twice since kde4.0 but there was always some annoyances that kept me from using it, even though I though it looked better.

    I am writing this using linux mint 7 Gloria...
  3. Re: Helpful: Share an easy way to rip DVD to MP4, AVI, MP3, WMV, WMA, FLV, MKV, MPG,

    sorry i wasnt referring to k9copy, I was referring to the original post which seems to now be removed. I cannot even remember the name of the DVD ripping product but was blatant advertisement with a...
  4. Re: Helpful: Share an easy way to rip DVD to MP4, AVI, MP3, WMV, WMA, FLV, MKV, MPG,

    Why are you promoting windows and mac non-free software on a linux forum?
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    Re: School/Lab Computer pranks

    it would be very convincing if you also put in a script that disabled his desktop for a good minute on login
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    [ubuntu] Re: Disable ethernet port

    Btw my current /etc/network/interfaces looks like this


    auto lo
    iface lo inet loopback


    if i could manually disable it from here that would be great
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    [ubuntu] Disable ethernet port

    Hi, I am currently troubleshooting a warmer laptop since the upgrade to jaunty. I posted about this in http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=7577819#post7577819 but thought i might need its own...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Laptop overheats - jaunty

    Hi I came across something strange when going through powertop trying to see if it was one application that was causing the excessive heat
    Wakeups-from-idle per second : 175.2 interval: 10.0s
    no...
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    Re: should I go back to linux?

    if you want to to do proper scientific writting, you should invest in Latex. It is relatively easy and does provide the best looking equations by far
  10. [ubuntu] Re: How to run application in backrgound

    You may want to have a look at screen. Its the best way of multitasking at the command line
  11. [all variants] gpib-modules-source compile and install problems

    Hi

    I am currently trying to install the modules in order to get drivers for a NI GPIB-USB-HS, but am a bit unsure of what I am doing.

    National Instruments did provide linux drivers but only up...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Laptop overheats - jaunty

    I bought a 9 cell hp battery which props up the back of the laptop. I think its whats saving mine at the moment. I think I am going to have to change to another distro that supports ext4 until this...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Laptop overheats - jaunty

    Fr me it appears to be the hard-drive. The CPU sensors dont appear to be running too hot but the GPU is running hotter than Intrepid. I can feel the heat coming from directly under the hard-drive....
  14. [all variants] Re: Start multiple programs from bash shell?

    if you are going to be using console applications, you can use screen. It lets you multitask from the commandline but really only useful if your using console apps or say if you are logged in over ssh
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    [ubuntu] Re: jaunty overheating?

    So I have done some looking around and contrary to what hddtemp is saying about my hard drive not having a temperature sensor, my hard drive does according to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: jaunty overheating?

    when I run hddtemp, it says that there is no temperature sensor for my hard drive. Is this the case for anybody else here specifically the ones with the hp laptops?

    or is this a ext4 problem?
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    [ubuntu] Re: jaunty overheating?

    i have noticed my temperature to have risen too with my upgrate. I am also using a dv2000. I initially thought it was the GPU (nvidia geforce 6150 go) but now suspecting the hdd. battery time is down...
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    Re: Games that u play on Ubuntu

    I got a World of GOO demo on a linux format DVD (also available at http://2dboy.com. Its one of the best games I have played in a long time I ended up buying it on wiiware as i prefer to relax in...
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    [kubuntu] Re: effects kwin alt tab

    I switched back to gnome in the end as I ended up spending my time configuring instead of getting things done which is the point. I like the look of kde 4.2, it looks a lot more polished. I may give...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How hot is too hot?

    I have exactly the same laptop and have been running ubuntu since Fiesty. I have never noticed my fan when idle ever until I upgrated to jaunty. The fan is on all the time now and my GPU temp is just...
  21. [ubuntu] Re: 4th gen ipod nano compatible media player?

    Thanks. I dont think podcasts are that much of an issue, she doesnt really listen to them. I need something that will be able to load music and album art. I use Banshee myself on my laptop so will...
  22. [ubuntu] 4th gen ipod nano compatible media player?

    I am looking for some info regarding the 4th generation ipod nano. My sister just got one, and I am supposed to go down home later and set it up on the computer. It is currently running hardy (well...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Remote Shell

    I think you mean you all have the same external ip that your ISP has assigned to you. That is what you need if you want to login from outside your local network. That would be the next step. Your...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Remote Shell

    ssh-server is already installed in your mac as far as i am aware (leopard anyways), you should be able to login straight away.

    simply go to the terminal and type (assuming you have ssh-client...
  25. [kubuntu] Re: Configuring Huawei Wireless USB Broadband Modem

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=633981

    This is a good place to start also if you are going through the wvdial.conf route
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