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  1. [SOLVED] Re: Request Password When Mounting Partitions

    Perfect! Thanks! For those interested:
  2. [SOLVED] Request Password When Mounting Partitions

    Hello everyone, I'm in the process of migrating my boxes to 11.04 and I realized that Ubuntu no longer asks for a password when mounting other partitions. Is there a way to re-enable this?

    Thanks!
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    [SOLVED] Re: sudo completely eradicate Xserver

    Sorry for posting, but fixed it on my own. Here's what I did (YMMV) via ssh -X:



    sudo apt-get purge xserver-xorg
    sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg
    sudo reboot
    sudo cd ~/Downloads
    sudo sh...
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    [SOLVED] Re: sudo completely eradicate Xserver

    I'm going to try
    sudo apt-get purge xserver-xorg, rebooting, and reinstalling. I'll let you know the results.

    Edit: I've got ssh -X working again. Going to reboot and see if I get any sort of...
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    [SOLVED] sudo completely eradicate Xserver

    I just switched from an Nvidia to an ATI card and of course Ubuntu booted up into low graphics mode. I tried to get my computer back up and running with new ATI drivers but no luck. The backup plan...
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    [ubuntu] Launching Processes on Host of SSH

    I've got a computer w/ SSH server running, which I can connect to. I want to launch VirtualBox on it via SSH without seeing it on the SSH client.

    In other words, I don't want to do ssh -X and see...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH, VNC, and more

    SSH should be fine from outside of my LAN, because I can pretty much run any program I know the name of.

    The only thing I need to know now is how to mount drives through the terminal.

    For...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH, VNC, and more

    Found a solution: http://forums.fedoraforum.org/archive/index.php/t-251584.html

    Simply check "available to all users" in Network Manager. It's simpler than the other approaches.

    So now, what's...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH, VNC, and more

    I'd prefer not to have my computer login automatically, and I'm not too concerned about wake on LAN. Also, whether my computer is logged in or not doesn't fix the problem of having to click "allow"...
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    [ubuntu] SSH, VNC, and more

    Hey everyone, I'm working on my computers' setups to accomplish a few things:

    1. Be able to connect to my computers at home in a pinch
    2. Remotely control my computers securely.


    Here's what...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Where did Windows go?

    Thanks I'll try this. I'm shying away from bootrec, bootsect, fixboot, and other Windows commands because back in May I had a pretty rough experience with install Grub2 to the wrong area and it was...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Where did Windows go?

    That did it, thanks! It's not the most elegant solution, but it'll do.

    I don't mean to derail the thread now, but is there an easy way to configure Grub2? I want to remove old kernels from the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Where did Windows go?

    I think I may do that. I used EasyBCD back in my Vista days, but had to drop it when I upgraded to 7. I heard EasyBCD has a 7 version now, so I'll give it a whirl.

    Is there a new way to get rid of...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Where did Windows go?

    Ok, I've updated to Grub2 reluctantly.

    Ubuntu still boots fine. Windows won't boot like before. It keeps saying BOOTMGR not found.

    If I make the SSD a higher priority than the HDD, it boots...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Where did Windows go?

    I reverted to GRUB legacy because I had a catastrophic failure with Ubuntu 10.04, so I fell back to 9.04 and GRUB legacy. Also, I'm more comfortable with editing menu.lst and using start-up manager...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Where did Windows go?

    Okay, so I finished installing Windows 7.

    Now my issue is this: if I put the SSD as a higher boot priority Windows 7 boots.

    If I put the HDD as a higher boot priority I can boot Ubuntu.

    What...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Where did Windows go?

    I'd like to stick with GRUB legacy if possible, but would installing Grub2 fix my issue?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Where did Windows go?

    I tried adding the Grub lines:



    #Windows 7 on SSD
    title Windows 7 Pro (SSD)
    rootnoverify (hd2,0)
    savedefault
    makeactive
    map (hd0) (hd2)
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    [ubuntu] Re: Where did Windows go?

    I tried something similar to this, but I'm not sure whether to use hd0 and hd1 or sd1.

    http://ubuntu-georgia.org/installing_ubuntu_and_windows_xp_on_separate_drives

    By the way I've got 3 SATA...
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    [ubuntu] Where did Windows go?

    I just got an SSD and I popped in the Windows 7 install CD, it made it all the way to the reboot and my system freaked out.

    I've managed to restore grub to the point where I can get Ubuntu to boot...
  21. Thread: New SSD

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    [ubuntu] Re: New SSD

    So I could delete the Windows 7 partition from my HDD, install Windows 7 to the SSD, set the HDD as the boot drive, update GRUB, and GRUB would pass it over to the SSD if I wanted to boot into...
  22. Thread: New SSD

    by Lazy-buntu
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    [ubuntu] New SSD

    Hey everyone, I bought a 60GB SSD today, and I'm trying to think of how I'm going to live with such a small drive. If you're concerned about Ubuntu related questions only, go ahead and skip to #2 :)...
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    Re: Backlight Messed Up

    No, I'm tempted to throw Ubuntu 9..04 or 9.10 on here instead. I have had bad luck with 10.04. I'll try it on USB first. Thanks!
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    Re: Backlight Messed Up

    The netbook is brand new. It works fine in Windows 7. I just updated and rebooted and my brightness is back up.

    The weird thing is the brightness control must only have about 3 settings. If I go...
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    Backlight Messed Up

    Hey everyone, I've installed Ubuntu NBR 10.04 on my new netbook and I'm in the process of setting it up. My problem is my backlight controls are not working.

    If I increase the backlight with the...
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