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    [SOLVED] Re: Eclipse Android development

    Bloody hell!

    You're right. Thanks guys.

    Now lets conquer the world with apps :-)

    Cheers,

    Bas
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    [SOLVED] Eclipse Android development

    Hi,

    I've been trying to get started with android development, but not much success yet.

    What I have accomplished:
    - installed eclipse galileo (3.5.2)
    - installed java1.6 (jre+jdk)
    -...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Remove ALL Gnome Panels

    Map alt f2 as key binding for gnome-do :P
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    [SOLVED] Re: Idiotic me removed active kernel..... :(

    Tytytyty
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    [SOLVED] Idiotic me removed active kernel..... :(

    Hi,

    I just threw away 2.6.27 from my ubuntu10.10 installation because I thought I installed 2.6.28... apparently, I was mistaken and I threw away my one and only installed kernel.

    Is there an...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Powering off after unplugging power source

    And now it does not hibernate when unplugging but still hibernates when you close the lid?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Powering off after unplugging power source

    Ehm, I mean redirect, not pipe ofc :).

    So the last command should be something like:
    gnome-power-manager --verbose > mydebuginfo.txt

    Then unplug, wake up laptop, control C to break the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Powering off after unplugging power source

    seems that remounting your disk triggers an error that causes the system to hibernate. But I'm no expert either, maybe I am wrong.

    Run this in terminal



    killall gnome-power-manager ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How safe is moving a boot partition?

    Not sure if I follow you, but shrinking sda4 (/home) seems the appropriate action to me. With the saved space together with the unused space create a new NTFS partition and use that partition to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How safe is moving a boot partition?

    Dunno how dangerous it is, I've done the same thing on my laptop without any probs, but that's no guarantee that it'll work for you as well.

    But, would it be an alternative to make your /home...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Powering off after unplugging power source

    What also might help getting more information, is running gnome power management in verbose mode.

    Type this in a terminal in order to do so


    killall gnome-power-manager
    gnome-power-manager...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Powering off after unplugging power source

    E.g. check your clock and remember the time (say 7:00PM).
    Then unplug your laptop.
    Wake up your laptop.
    Open a terminal, and open /var/log/kern.log in your favo text editor (vi, nano, gedit).
    ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Powering off after unplugging power source

    Hmm I think I rattled a bit with my reply. Didn't make much sense since the options in power management say nothing about the action "unplug", just the behaviour plugged or unplugged.

    I google-d a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Powering off after unplugging power source

    have you checked Main Menu > Preferences > Power Management ?

    Maybe under no battery tab you selected hibernate?
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    [SOLVED] Re: Remove ALL Gnome Panels

    I had the exact same problem and just found a way to get past it. The problem was in my profile, somewhere, dunno exactly where.

    After tons of threads and the knowledge that I removed all...
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    [SOLVED] Re: gnome panel, go away! wraaaagggghhh!

    Muhaha got it!

    It's not the most brilliant approach, but it does the trick.

    I started out with renaming my home folder, apparently that doesn't work well if you like to get back into gnome :)....
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    [SOLVED] gnome panel, go away! wraaaagggghhh!

    Hi!

    I am trying to ditch the gnome-panels. I use awn (or cairo when I feel like it) and then the gnome-panels are pretty annoying. I am aware that since 10.10 they can't be deleted no more (at...
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    [ubuntu] iwconfig can't configure wireless connection

    Hi,

    I'm trying to configure my wireless via terminal instead of via the GUI. Via GUI (network-manager) works fine. When I delete my connection and try to set it up via terminal I get nothing. Here...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Switch monitor without having FN keys?

    I would love to hear if there is a solution / workaround for the Fn key / switch monitor.

    Thanks in advance!

    Bas
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    [ubuntu] Re: Switch monitor without having FN keys?

    Still no alternative.

    Does anybody know if there is a way to switch to my HDMI monitor without using the Fn key?

    If you connect a monitor to a normal desktop PC, then in most cases the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Switch monitor without having FN keys?

    It isn't in the list, so I'm afraid this isn't going in the right direction.

    This MUST be something that can be solved. If I press Fn + F5 some kind of event must be send to the OS and then as a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Switch monitor without having FN keys?

    Maybe I am blind, but I can't find an item that states something like "toggle monitor".

    Another pointer maybe?
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    [ubuntu] Switch monitor without having FN keys?

    Hi guys,

    I murder-death-killed my laptop keyboard (throw coffee over it) and am using a external keyboard for the time being.

    If I watch a movie on my TV I would normally press Fn + F5, but the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Upgrade BIOS with linux

    I COULD have google-d to begin with.... :-)

    http://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=21226

    And there I have confirmation that upgrading my BIOS was not the brightest choice of the day....
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    [SOLVED] Re: Upgrade BIOS with linux

    piix4_smbus 0000:00:07.0: SMBus base address uninitialized - upgrade BIOS or use force_addr=0xaddr

    Not really the expected end result.

    I guess the host BIOS is protected from within a...
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