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    Re: Ram not recognized

    It's an old Intel D915GAG. I've tried several bios settings without noting any difference.
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    Re: Ram not recognized

    Yeah, you're right. I've found the manual and it says the board can chew up to 750 mb right away. 1.2 gb (and I'm not using the board GPU) seems a bit excessive to me, but there's nothing I can do...
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    Ram not recognized

    Hi! I don't know why, but Ubuntu (13.10 64-bits) is not recognizing all the RAM. I've got 4*1Gb DDR1 dual channel modules installed and Ubuntu is only reporting 2.8 even if BIOS is recognizing all...
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    [ubuntu] Re: TRENDnet 300Mbps Mini Wireless N

    I'm having the same trouble with this wifi router. It has some connection problem with my Ubuntu desktop and my Android tablet, but not with Apple and Windows devices. Sometimes it connects,...
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    [SOLVED] Re: SPSS on lucid lynx 10.04

    Even if they are not free, SPSS and Stata have java-based versions that work with Windows, Mac or Linux. I use Stata frequently on my Ubuntu home computer and it's the same old thing as I have back...
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    Re: System freeze caused by wireless card?

    Just got a new Intel 2280BG wireless card. So far, so good!

    DaveJ1337: You're following an interesting path and a little follow-up would be truly appreciated!
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    Re: System freeze caused by wireless card?

    Well, well, after all it's still not working properly. It crashes anytime from 2 minutes to 2 hours.

    I will try with another wireless card to see if it fixes the problem. Otherwise, I'll revert...
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    Re: System freeze caused by wireless card?

    Yes, otherwise I can't use my pcmcia usb hub. Yet I don't know if it makes a difference for this specific problem.
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    Re: System freeze caused by wireless card?

    Well, I think I've found a working solution. After a couple of days, the problem is definitively gone. The problem is I don't have any idea why it works!

    As I said, I've tried to install...
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    Re: System freeze caused by wireless card?

    It seems to be a power management issue and I have found a solution. I have an old Dell Latitude C840 and I used to have a problem with a pcmcia usb hub. It was constantly crashing after some time...
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    Re: System freeze caused by wireless card?

    Hmmm... I thought this problem was only affecting Broadcom chipsets.

    I did a clean install of 10.10 yesterday. The same problem occurs after some time. I'll take a closer look at the logs, to see...
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    Re: System freeze caused by wireless card?

    Bump... Am I the only one experiencing this problem?
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    System freeze caused by wireless card?

    I have a slightly different problem than the usual b43 driver problem installation in maverick. Everything was fine until the last upgrade from 9.10 to 10.10. I've been able to install the b43 driver...
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    Poll: Re: How hard is it to turn someone to Ubuntu?

    Around here people are usually very afraid of changing old habits. Nevertheless, people are curious when I show them my 7 years old Latitude laptop running at faster speed than most up-to-date...
  15. [SOLVED] Re: Alternative to lftp to access https/ssl server?

    Same as FileZilla: doesn't seem to work with HTTPS.

    Today, I've found Gnome Commander. Its interface is quite similar to FileZilla and the likes. It connects to a remote server using the same...
  16. [SOLVED] Re: Alternative to lftp to access https/ssl server?

    I tried FileZilla. Unfortunately it doesn't work with HTTPS. With Firefox, I can access the server and download the files, but I can't upload or edit names. I've been trying recently different setups...
  17. [SOLVED] Alternative to lftp to access https/ssl server?

    I use lftp to access a remote https/ssl server for my job. I just do very simple stuff: upload/download files and directories and rename them.

    I was wondering: if there is a suitable alternative?...
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    Re: Using Stata on Ubuntu

    Did you guys manage to install Stata in 10.04? I've recently done a clean install of Lucid, but I just can't install Stata. Whenever I come to the last command, the install command, I get "command...
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    Re: Easy Ubuntu Clustering

    Thanks Tony, it was the missing piece in the puzzle!
  20. Re: Translation of Stata/SPSS syntaxes in R language

    Finally, Deducer is available. I've also tested it and it works quite well. In my case, way better than RKward (which is always down with some bug). You have to install JGR first and then Deducer and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Weird Ipod behavior!

    Well, upgrading to 9.10 with a clean install solved the problem. Still I don't know how to solve it without doing such a radical operation...
  22. Re: Translation of Stata/SPSS syntaxes in R language

    I've tested it recently and you're right. It's ugly for sure! But the good thing is that you can actually visualize tables, something very useful when you're not sure about what you're doing when...
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    Re: Easy Ubuntu Clustering

    Very interesting thread!

    I've been using for some time a specific R script to analyze textual data that uses a very large matrix as input. When I bootstrap the results it can take several days...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Using two laptops for parallel processing

    The short aswer is yes. But this is where things get a little complicated. You need to set up passwordless rsh or ssh access, then modify /etc/lam/lam-bhost.def to include both laptop's IP address...
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    Re: Free Beginners Guide

    That's a real nice guide. I'll pass it to friends for sure.

    Good job and thank you!
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