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  1. Thread: The BUMP Thread

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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    I'm too lazy to guess that :wink:

    Ohzc!
    (Rot13)
  2. Thread: The BUMP Thread

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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    QnVtcA==
    (Base64 ;))
  3. Thread: The BUMP Thread

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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    echo Bump
  4. Thread: How to use CD

    by fxtrem
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to use CD

    Ok, see you.
  5. Thread: How to use CD

    by fxtrem
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to use CD

    Did you tried this? It might work ;):
  6. Thread: How to use CD

    by fxtrem
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to use CD

    Try this:


    sudo mkdir /media/CD
    sudo mount /dev/<CD Driver, e.g. cdrom, scd0, sdb2> /media/CD

    Then to navigate on the CD driver:


    cd /media/CD
  7. Thread: How to use CD

    by fxtrem
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to use CD

    If sdb2 is your CD drive, yes. ;)
  8. Thread: How to use CD

    by fxtrem
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to use CD

    Try this:

    fsck -p -v <device>

    Note:
    Don't use this on a mounted device.
  9. Thread: How to use CD

    by fxtrem
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to use CD

    Try:

    sudo -i

    Note:
    I've edited my first post with a better way to list devices (df -h);)
  10. Thread: How to use CD

    by fxtrem
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to use CD

    I didn't have this problem, can you navigate in the device as superuser?
  11. Thread: How to use CD

    by fxtrem
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to use CD

    List your devices, where they are mounted, etc.(mounted devices*):

    df -h

    To navigate on the terminal on your device:

    cd /media/<device>
  12. [ubuntu] Re: java embedded frame from some sites gives error

    What URL have the frame?
  13. Thread: Help

    by fxtrem
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    [xubuntu] Re: Help

    Can you give more details? Consider reinstalling Ubuntu.
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    Re: Howto: Video Thumbnails for .BIN & .RM Files.

    I've made a little patch to support some accented characters (Most of them used by PT_BR language)

    Type this on the terminal:

    sudo gedit /usr/bin/mplayer-video-thum.sh

    Then change this line...
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