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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Cideko AK08 Air Keyboard - anyone got this working?

    I've just come back to this after some time away and thought I'd break out the Cideko again. If I open a terminal to the Ubuntu box on my laptop and type
    cat /dev/input/event13 I get a load of...
  2. [ubuntu] Cideko AK08 Air Keyboard - anyone got this working?

    Has anyone managed to get a Cideko AK08 Air Keyboard working under Ubuntu? Mine is showing up under Settings > Mouse and Touchpad, but doesn't seem to do anything.
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    [ubuntu] Re: channel4 4od stream not working

    Worked for me, thanks.
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    [mythbuntu] Re: Linux Kernel Unbootable

    OK, so did apt-get remove linux-image-3.5.0-26-generic and then reinstalled it. Seems happier now. Weird.
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    [mythbuntu] Linux Kernel Unbootable

    I've been successfully running kernel version 3.5.0-26-generic for some time now. Yesterday I changed a couple of things (tried to install Firefox and Moonlight, maybe did a few other things) and my...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Looking for a mini PCI-e TV tuner

    There doesn't look to be much, that's for sure. I did find this, but not sure how up to date the info is.

    http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/DVB-T_PCIe_Cards#Supported_DVB-T_PCIe_Mini_Cards
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    [ubuntu] Re: Looking for a mini PCI-e TV tuner

    It got me thinking though, TBS seem pretty linux friendly.

    http://www.tbsdtv.com/products/tbs7610-dvb-c-tv-tuner-pcie-mini-card.html

    "Windows BDA driver are provided and Linux driver will be...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Confusion over disk names and mounting issue

    thanks, sounds like a plan
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    [ubuntu] Re: Looking for a mini PCI-e TV tuner

    Argh, sorry, didn't read Laptop.. forget I said anything...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Looking for a mini PCI-e TV tuner

    I bought the BlackGold BGT3620, but had to return it due to lack of sensible driver support. Keep an eye out though, as their support people told me that new drivers would be released mid-April.
    ...
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    [ubuntu] Confusion over disk names and mounting issue

    I installed my WD External USB hard drive a while ago. It was showing up in fdisk as /dev/sdf1.

    So I set a mount point using /etc/fstab.

    Now I reboot my system and it tells me that the disk...
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    [all variants] Recommend me a home server.

    Hi,

    I'm looking for a home server to replace my old Dell Dimension. Going for a desktop, rather than headless version this time, so I'm thinking...

    VESA Mountable
    Fanless / Low Power /...
  13. [ubuntu] Re: rsync not working when started from init.d (from Motion)

    *bump*

    I guess that it's because the motion daemon runs as motion, does rsync have to run as root?

    Any ideas?
  14. [ubuntu] rsync not working when started from init.d (from Motion)

    Hi, and thanks in advance for your help.

    Any idea why Motion can sucessfully call rsync when started by typing #motion start, but not when typing #/etc/init.d/motion start.

    (It will start...
  15. [SOLVED] Re: Why does a wildcard work at the command line, but not in a .sh file?

    Thanks, I've added that first line. No, it just doesn't seem to like it (even with explicit paths defined).

    Strange.

    It's easy enough to rename the file (using a wildcard) to something...
  16. [SOLVED] Re: Why does a wildcard work at the command line, but not in a .sh file?

    Hi, thanks for the reply. Here's my .sh file, I've tried changing the DB name from mydatabase_*.sql.gz to mydatabase_2011-01-22.sql.gz and that works. (Not what I'm after though).



    cd...
  17. [SOLVED] Why does a wildcard work at the command line, but not in a .sh file?

    Hi, and thanks in advance for the help here :)

    I have a dump of a database called myDatabase_2011-01-22.sql.gz. (The numbers change as they represent the date).

    If I run the following from the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Permission Denied (PublicKey)

    Fantastic. Thanks so much.

    =D>
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    [SOLVED] Permission Denied (PublicKey)

    Hi,

    Is it possible to SSH to a remote computer from within an SSH session? I'm connecting to my home server via SSH, and trying to connect out to my VPS.

    I know the key.ppk file works, as I...
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    [SOLVED] Re: CRON - backing up mySQL databases

    Thanks.

    A combination of both of these answers did the trick.
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    [SOLVED] CRON - backing up mySQL databases

    Hi,

    Trying to set up a backup for mySQL databases in CRON.

    I've entered the following line in /etc/crontab:



    7 13 * * * root mysqldump -u root -pMYPASSWORD --all-databases | gzip...
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    [ubuntu] Disk Encryption, Samba, Windows Access

    Hi All,

    I'm planning to rebuild my Ubuntu home server, thinking about using disk encryption. Sorry if the following sound like daft questions...

    Can anyone tell me if Samba shares will still...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: Ideas on setting up a VPN - interesting theoretical question (with pictures)!

    I've been reading around this subject a little and it appears that my router firmware (Tomato) supports openVPN.

    I'm guessing that this could be configured to tunnel web requests through to a vps,...
  24. [ubuntu] Ideas on setting up a VPN - interesting theoretical question (with pictures)!

    With the growth DPI, and plans by CGHQ to monitor email and internet use maybe now would be a good time to start looking into securing one's internet connection away from those prying eyes...

    My...
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    [ubuntu] Can I stop auth.log recording CRON entries?

    Hi,

    My auth.log file is filling up with entries relating to a CRON job which runs every 5 minutes. Could anyone tell me if it's possible and/or desirable to exclude these from logging?



    May...
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