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    [ubuntu] Re: Help-Sorry if this is in the wong place

    @kevingjames

    Please post your output between
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    Re: EULA's, Lawsuits, and Theft... Oh My!

    Although the ruling was technically valid, I was actually disappointed in that result. It basically skirted the issue by relying on a technicality to dismiss the suit. This has left the initial legal...
  3. Re: this package has discontinued maintenance

    I think we need to descend from the rarified heights of the theoretical to the real. You are positing an app that has attained perfection. Which app would qualify as such?

    Apps as central and...
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    Re: This forum needs a thanks button

    Some like to volunteer at the local food bank. Others prefer giving blood. Millions donate to their charities of choice each year. I like helping out new users one-on-one on these forums. It also...
  5. Re: The Inherent Dangers of Abandonware IoT Devices

    https://www.csoonline.com/article/3342418/meet-the-man-in-the-room-attack-hackers-can-invisibly-eavesdrop-on-bigscreen-vr-users.html

    I know you said "Let's not even talk about…" but I couldn't...
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    [xubuntu] Re: asus x540sa hdmi output port

    The fact that Windows displays no output even with the right driver is not at all promising. Frankly, I'm pessimistic and suspect a dead HDMI subsystem. A hardware issue would be the only reason that...
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    Re: Lubuntu just got worse

    I do hope that no one here gives the impression that we are browbeating you. We all started from the same place you are now. No one is born knowing shell commands.

    I think it might help to extend...
  8. Re: The Inherent Dangers of Abandonware IoT Devices

    I would like to see things go one step further, as mastablasta has outlined: a minimum support period imposed so that IoT products last for more than a measly couple of years. As a corollary issue,...
  9. Re: The Inherent Dangers of Abandonware IoT Devices

    https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2018/11/12/botnet-pwns-100000-routers-using-ancient-security-flaw/

    This is just an example. There are similar stories weekly.

    I subscribe to a number of...
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    [xubuntu] Re: asus x540sa hdmi output port

    In other words, you get no output in either Ubuntu or Windows on the problem machine.

    Let's start with the simplest attempt. With the HDMI cable connected to laptop and monitor, open a terminal...
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    Re: Lubuntu just got worse

    I'm afraid that this assessment is not accurate, or at least, it is highly misleading. Like all OSes, Ubuntu has many different goals, and what you call ease of use, while desirable, is not its...
  12. Re: The Inherent Dangers of Abandonware IoT Devices

    :lol: By far the best theory I've yet heard.

    I do get the planned obsolescence business model. Whether I agree with it is another matter, but I'm not so naďve as to expect businesses to act...
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    [xubuntu] Re: asus x540sa hdmi output port

    I have already edited your post so that it is readable, but remember to post your output between
    and tags for clarity. Or highlight the output and use the...
  14. Re: The Inherent Dangers of Abandonware IoT Devices

    This was back in the day when cloud was not as ubiquitous as it is today and there was still some question as to how it would develop. Indeed, this was WD's "answer" to the desire for self-hosted...
  15. The Inherent Dangers of Abandonware IoT Devices

    https://www.theregister.com/2020/06/08/smart_fridges_support_periods/

    Knowledgeable users may understand the inherent dangers in orphaned consumer devices, but consumers do not.

    Many years ago,...
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    [xubuntu] Re: asus x540sa hdmi output port

    What makes you think the port is not active? Or that there is no signal?

    In Linux, for your type of GPU, the driver is already part of the kernel. On Intel GPUs, there is no external driver that...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Bluetooth not working (Dell XPS 15 7590)

    Firstly, please do not hijack threads. This confuses those trying to help and dilutes community effort.
    Secondly, please to not necromance old threads. This one is months old, may contain obsolete...
  18. [lubuntu] Re: Lubuntu VM (VirtualBox) with 4G LTE USB Stick - slow internet speed

    :confused:

    It's been over half a year since you've checked back with this thread. Both TheFu and SeijiSensei (two of our best) were helping you, but without your timely feedback and response, how...
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    Re: desktop install Ubuntu 20 on RPi3

    Though not an RPi3, I do run an RPi4 using server + XFCE. Provided that you don't push the graphics beyond their capacity by asking for too much resolution, performance should be acceptable.

    You...
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    [ubuntu] Re: hp all in one printer

    Welcome to the forums, tuesdaybarrett.

    Is your printer set to a static IP address? Your description of the problem often indicates that the IP address has changed on the printer.
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    Re: zoom cpu usage

    I don't use Zoom, so can only give very general advice.


    You may want to try first removing/purging Zoom altogether. Get rid of its config files too. You will have to web‑search the best way to...
  22. Re: Trying to install iSight webcam; “module bcd_pci” not found - Google no help

    Like ajgreeny, I'm glad you sorted it out. It is worth noting that, once a version reaches EoL, it gets shuffled off to the dustbin of Canonical's repos. Expert users can redirect their sources.list...
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    Re: Lubuntu just got worse

    Although this might be possible, my thoughts are: "Why bother?" Ubuntu's lack of a 32-bit image has already forced me to look at the Debian mini.iso. Since the Ubuntu netboot image is just a slightly...
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    [xubuntu] Re: asus x540sa hdmi output port

    How do you hook up your monitor? Is it directly from HDMI port to HDMI port? No intervening KVM switch? If so, then in almost all cases, your system should simply recognize it. The only problems tend...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Tor Browser not installing

    Which version and flavour of Ubuntu are you using? Your kernel is not the latest Focal kernel. Are you still on Eoan?
    How did you install torbrowser-launcher?

    From the Ubuntu Repos?
    From...
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