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    Re: CMS site development tools

    The LAMP stack is the more well-known of the two, and most documentation is aimed at it, rather than XAMPP. If I were you, I'd go with LAMP - the documentation here is very good.

    As for Drupal vs...
  2. [SOLVED] Re: what C#.net program and DataBase programs are available on Ubuntu ?

    The Mono project provides a .NET runtime and libraries on Linux, but it's not 100% up-to-date with Microsoft's version for obvious reasons. You can in theory use anything to build Mono software, but...
  3. [SOLVED] Re: Would Lubuntu be better for this processor?

    Graphical tools tend to be less reliable than command-line tools, it's entirely possible that the system monitor is misreporting CPU usage. Based on the specification the machine is a desktop, so I...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: Would Lubuntu be better for this processor?

    I used to have a machine with a specification similar to yours. It ran both Xubuntu and Lubuntu tolerably, but it was slightly more responsive with Lubuntu. If I recall correctly, the real benefit of...
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    [SOLVED] Re: problems using ubuntu

    Every release has its ups and downs - from the sounds of things, you are in the unfortunate position of getting more ups than downs.

    I assure you that there is no 'malicious activity' involved in...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: software doesnt get installed from ubuntu software centre

    Try running


    software-center

    from your terminal, then try installing something in the application you just launched. Post any output you get. :-)
  7. [ubuntu] Re: software doesnt get installed from ubuntu software centre

    Does this happen for all software, (i.e. software you know to have worked before), or just a specific piece of software? Some software doesn't support the protocols required to have an icon in the...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: How to restart a process or the program itself?

    If a service does not have the required configuration files to enable the service utility to work, you can stop the process by using kill (not as drastic as it sounds...). Find the process ID, then...
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    [ubuntu] Re: PDF No file,edit,view...

    On 14.04 (not as yet released), the PDF reader's menus has been moved to a gear on the top right. I'm not entirely sure about 13.10, but it's something to try.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Question about package, library and tool

    I have no idea why they're separated and what the distinction is, but they're a mixture of libraries (e.g. libxml) and programs to build source code (automake). If the software package says to...
  11. Re: Ubuntu Is Storing Wi-Fi-Passwords in Clear Text By Default

    The average user doesn't have access to the root account:


    $ ls -l /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/
    total 4
    -rw------- 1 root root 333 Dec 23 14:42 ####


    $ cat...
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    Re: Gtk-CRITICAL fails, login loop

    I'm afraid you've got to the end of what I know about this part of Ubuntu; sorry what I do know hasn't helped. Why you have a gallium driver is beyond me; I was under the impression that gallium was...
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    Re: Gtk-CRITICAL fails, login loop

    Yup, your card is still there. :-)

    It's not in system settings anymore (I've no idea why; for some reason they moved it), it's now under 'software sources', under the 'additional drivers' tab.
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    Re: Gtk-CRITICAL fails, login loop

    Oh. Well, if you have no card-specific drivers, the card is probably alive and well (yay!), but the software isn't able to see it (boo...). You should be able to see it, however, in the output from
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    Re: Gtk-CRITICAL fails, login loop

    Well, if your situation is no longer attached to the problem in the thread, I usually mark it as solved. Bit of a grey area, that.

    ...so...if your graphics card is dead, a) how do you know? and b)...
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    Re: Linux Is Not UniX

    He's got a point. GNU Hurd has the best acronym. ;-)
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    Re: Gtk-CRITICAL fails, login loop

    Nvidia drivers are ridiculously persistent at times. :-(



    Yes, but you'll need to



    first, I suspect.
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    Re: Gtk-CRITICAL fails, login loop

    Ugh... apparently the nvidia-persistenced software:



    I imagine that is a bad idea when you have another graphics driver working. No idea how to get rid of it though, it should be part of the...
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    Re: Gtk-CRITICAL fails, login loop

    Did you try Ctrl + Alt + T? That usually works, even if the hardware-accelerated parts of the desktop fail to load. By the looks of the rest of your posts though, this is irrelevant now.



    The X...
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    Re: Gtk-CRITICAL fails

    Can you open a terminal on the desktop? If so, you should be able to launch applications to backup files and use sudo to run commands as required.
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    Re: Linux Is Not UniX

    That actually makes sense. I'm with you!
  22. Re: Not so much a Coding question, but an Open Sourcing question.

    Ah, okay. I think you're probably better at programming than you make yourself out to be then. :-)

    I look forward to it! Your algorithms sound cool.
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    Re: Gtk-CRITICAL fails

    What happens if you remove nvidia, then reboot? Theoretically the open-source drivers should come back into play, and you should get a usable system, while we figure out what's wrong with the...
  24. Re: Not so much a Coding question, but an Open Sourcing question.

    I love boolean algebra, and SAT is a very interesting problem. :-) Can you tell me a little about them?



    Good for you! Would you be able to e-mail or PM me them when you're finished?


    ...
  25. Re: Installing Ubuntu alongside Windows 7, will it delete files?

    No, you won't. Multiple operating systems can and do co-exist on the same disk or machine quite happily. That said, partitioning is quite an art in itself, so I would recommend reading at least some...
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