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  1. Re: Keyboard problems, setting 3rd level chooser and Meta key in Unity

    Hi again,

    I realized that this would probably be best achieved by modifying the xkb-layouts in /usr/share/X11/xkb. I did the following:

    1.
    The file /usr/share/X11/xkb/keycodes/evdev controls...
  2. Keyboard problems, setting 3rd level chooser and Meta key in Unity

    Hi all,

    I've just installed 14.04, and had some problem setting up my keyboard correctly.

    I'm using a Swedish keyboard (MacBook computer), and I like being able to switch between Swedish and...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Desktop Resource Monitor is different to "TOP"?

    Hi, I don't know about Desktop Resource Monitor, but I compared top with System Monitor (installed by default), and they did far from agree.

    I think it is like this: top reports how much ram is...
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    [all variants] Re: grub doesn't auto load os

    What does your /etc/default/grub file look like? Either you can just post the content here, or try to read it yourself; in the latter case, this might be useful...
  5. [SOLVED] Re: HOWTO: Disable password request after suspend

    Hi, and welcome to the forum!

    This question is slightly different than the topic of the thread, which means you should ask this in a new thread with an appropriate title.

    I would suggest "How...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Install and configure openssh

    Hi,

    The first thing you want to try after installing openssh-server, is the command


    ssh localhost

    which will check that server is up and running etc.

    If that works, you need to know...
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    [other] Re: Python can't find it's modules

    Okay, then it sounds like we might have found the problem. It could of course be that python2.5 has it's modules somewhere else, perhaps in /usr/lib/python2.5, I know too little to say for sure.
    ...
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    [other] Re: Python can't find it's modules

    So dpkg lists it as installed, but have you checked whether bonobo's actual files and folders exists/are in the right place?

    On my system, where importing bonobo works, the bonobo module folder...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't view top bar

    Oh,


    jockey-gtk

    then.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't view top bar

    Alt+f2 I think
  11. [ubuntu] Re: Choosing the correct locale during installation

    If it's just a UI miss in the installer you could probably fix it afterwards in gnome-language-selector. At least that's possible in Lucid.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't view top bar

    Is


    gnome-appearance-properties

    what you're looking for? :)
  13. [ubuntu] Re: Can only boot with 'Ubuntu failsafe graphics mode" (nvidia gc issue) +

    Good, let's see what that gives us.

    I would also recommend you to do:



    ls /var/log/Xorg*


    it will give you a list of Xorg logs - at least one of them should contain the reason you get...
  14. [ubuntu] Re: Can only boot with 'Ubuntu failsafe graphics mode" (nvidia gc issue) +

    Oh, I see. It's actually normal to have an empty xorg.conf, but I thought you said above your xorg.conf contained a lot of code.

    Anyway, in that case you could try the auto-generate xorg.conf...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: Can only boot with 'Ubuntu failsafe graphics mode" (nvidia gc issue) +

    If that doesn't work, auto generate xorg.conf with the Nvidia card removed:

    http://www.osguides.net/operation-systems/217-how-to-create-xorgconf-in-ubuntu-910.html

    (It's for an older Ubuntu...
  16. [ubuntu] Re: Can only boot with 'Ubuntu failsafe graphics mode" (nvidia gc issue) +

    I think your nvidia card is broken, it's probably better not have it plugged in at all.

    Also, I think Ubuntu automatically chooses the old interface when it is detecting insufficient graphics...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Can only boot with 'Ubuntu failsafe graphics mode" (nvidia gc issue) +

    Try to remove the section with nvidia from your xorg.conf (make a backup first).
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Can only boot with 'Ubuntu failsafe graphics mode" (nvidia gc issue) +

    Two questions:

    What's in /etc/X11/xorg.conf (if you have one)?

    If you click System->Administration->Hardware Drivers, does it say anything about your graphics driver?

    I guess my suspicion is...
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    [ubuntu] Re: [SOLVED] Re: python file autostart

    Hehehe, I love it :D Happens to me all the time - you try all kinds of fancy solutions until realizing you missed something really simple.. You usually end up learning something along the way though,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: python file autostart

    You make a lot of sense :)
  21. [ubuntu] Re: Cannot load driver software from hardware maunfacturers disc

    Okay, yes, .exe files can be executed with Wine - that's pretty much what Wine is for after all. I don't think you should need execution permission to execute something in Wine, but it doesn't hurt. ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: python file autostart

    Launch it from Terminal - then you might get some useful error message. I know the feeling though :)
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    [ubuntu] Re: python file autostart

    I think it's because your login file starts with:

    #!/bin/bash

    but your logout doesn't.


    Also I'd presume logout is not executable. The reason it doesn't have to be
    is that it is executed as
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    [ubuntu] Re: python file autostart

    That you don't get entries in the logins file indicates that your .bash_login isn't executed, so in that sense it is not surprising that your python script isn't executed either. The million dollar...
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    [other] Re: Gparted problem, urgent, help needed ASAP

    Usually the boot screen will tell you which button to press - press it repeatedly until you get the boot menu.

    If the boot screen doesn't tell you that, what kind of computer/motherboard do you...
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