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    [ubuntu] Re: Add/Remove Programs

    Add/Remove was replaced with the ubuntu software centre (which you should have in your main menu)

    I'd try removing flash completely and then readding it myself.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Accidently Deleted Stuff from the Panel

    Right click anywhere on the panel and select add to panel.

    You probably want the notification area applet given what you say is missing.

    Hope that helps
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    [ubuntu] Re: Is my new netbook dual or quad core?

    http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=50154

    Its dual core, but has hyper threading technology which means it sort of fakes having four by being clever with how it uses the cache and pipeline...
  4. Thread: SSH Question

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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH Question

    Open a terminal and type:


    man ssh

    that will give you the manual

    the very simplest basics are:
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    [kubuntu] Re: Executing VNC from ssh

    Not really sure what to suggest, that basic procedure is something I have used countless times.

    Most likely is that the ssh tunnel isn't working correctly, look into that bit,

    Hope that helps
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    [kubuntu] Re: Executing VNC from ssh

    Good spot on the Kubuntu bit, I often forget to look up in the top left corner *bad issih*
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    [kubuntu] Re: Executing VNC from ssh

    Its certainly achievable, although I admit I'm not sure how you would achieve it using vinagre (which is ubuntu's default vnc software)

    Personally I have only done this using vncserver or...
  8. Thread: SSH problems

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    [SOLVED] Re: SSH problems

    EDIT..actually it has already been mentioned ...ignore me :)

    Apologies if this is obvious, but no one has explicitly mentioned an important detail.

    You need to install the openssh-server on the...
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    Re: [Java] Using "~" for user's home

    Not guaranteeing this will work but give this a try:


    System.getProperty("user.home");

    Have a look here for some more info:
    ...
  10. Poll: Re: Poll: Did you move your window management buttons?

    Utterly and totally disagree in every single respect.

    Technical design by review and committee processes can work, its been proven time and again. Although even then someone with an overarching...
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    Re: So I just had my hands on a Mac...

    As a mac and linux user at home and a windows user at work I agree 100% with aysiu here.

    Macs make a lot of good choices and some very poor ones, just like both the others.

    Apple probably get...
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    Re: Getting Registered!!!

    Under those conditions I'd say that just about no one can legitimately use the counter unless they swear off using the internet, cash machines, automatic train timetable systems, etc.

    In fact in a...
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    Re: Found a baby squirrel!

    I second everything Rabbitwho said above....particularly the awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.
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    Re: Uncooperative "if" statement C++

    One possible error to look out for in if statements is the following.

    Correct code:


    if (a == b)
    c = 1;


    Incorrect code:
  15. Re: [Newbie C++] Practising inheritance - can't get wanted outcome

    You don't set the value of a member variable like that.

    You need to create a constructor method that initialises the variable you can do this in a couple of ways:

    1) set variable within...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu on an Apple?

    Generally yes its possible....

    Dependant on the model there are usually a few issues that need ironing out, but thats not uncommon regardless of the hardware you are installing on...

    There is a...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Learning curve to use Apple for Ubuntu users

    Its pretty similar actually...gnome and mac share a lot of similar design choices.

    Main things to get used to...

    1) Applications do not exit when you close all windows of that application. -...
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    Re: Java, Hashmap, Ajdacency lists.

    If that is the plan, to have the edge class define the link between two things then it should stay as it is. At an abstract level I'd say that an "Edge" should hold onto both objects v1 and v2, but...
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    Re: Java, Hashmap, Ajdacency lists.

    Dunno...what is the point of the Edge class? is it meant to achieve something?
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    Re: Java, Hashmap, Ajdacency lists.

    That is indeed what your code does..on line 35:


    v1.adjacent.add(new Edge(v2));

    I have no idea what the point of the Edge class is, at the moment it is nothing but a placeholder for a vertex,...
  21. [all variants] Re: Windows PCs on my network cannot address Ubuntu machine by hostname

    I knew this thread was out there somewhere...its rather excellent for sorting these issues out..
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1169149


    Try using hostname.local, i.e. append ".local"...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Easy way to network

    For the purposes of this I shall guide you about using samba...which effectively uses windows networking protocols, nonetheless it is probably the most seamless way of doing networking on ubuntu. In...
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    Re: Any physics lover out there?

    At one point I think I must have loved it...I did a degree in it and am now finishing my PhD....but I think I've made myself sick of it now :)
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    Poll: Re: I'm sick and tired of the 'Standards terrorism!'

    Given that ubuntu's update system is generally accepted to be a little bit flaky..and we often advise a clean install, and given that ubuntu releases every 6 months, I have to say that I think the OP...
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    [SOLVED] Re: I want to play a DVD now

    The main issue with playing dvds on linux is the dvdcss package...which is what you installed by entering the command into the terminal.

    Once that is in place almost any media player will be okay....
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