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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Evolution crashes first time after boot

    Ubuntu 8.10 has fixed my Evolution problem. It starts and shutsdown much faster too! Thanks for the great work, guys!
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Evolution crashes first time after boot

    Well ... it's not a 100% solution. More like 50/50. So half the times I start Evolution after a reboot it will crash, the other half it will start fine (within a second). At least some progress is...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Evolution crashes first time after boot

    Somehow the problem seems to have been fixed by one of the latest updates (from 6 or 7 September 2008). I don't know which one (and I have a lot of development repositories active...) Most likely an...
  4. [ubuntu] [SOLVED] Evolution crashes first time after boot

    I have this annoying problem with Evolution. Everytime after a reboot, if I want to start Evolution, I have to do it twice.

    The first time I see Evolution starting, then after a second or five it...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Gnome printing problem to IPP

    I've solved my problem! Just had to take the time to really dive into this one.

    I noticed in the Printer Configuration that it said "Remote Printer" next to Make and Model. I used the Change...
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    [ubuntu] [SOLVED] Gnome printing problem to IPP

    I have a weird printing problem for a number of Gnome applications.

    My setup is as follows: I have a desktop PC with the latest 8.04.1 (x86). Another PC runs on Ubuntu Server 8.04 (updated to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Users HOME file being ignored

    Just make sure you execute the commands in the above post in your home directory (where the .dmrc file is located). And don't forget to replace username with your actual user name (3 times)!
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    [ubuntu] Re: Users HOME file being ignored

    Could you give the EXACT error message (i.e. is there a file specifically mentioned)?

    I did fnd this blogpost that talks about the wrong permissions on your HOME folder (and how to reset them).
  9. [all variants] Re: is a lack of hack attempts a problem

    Give me your IP and I'll fix that for you! ;)
  10. [ubuntu] Re: What am I supposed to do with a Tar.GZ file?

    A .tar.gz file is a compressed collection of files (comparable with the (more popular in Windows) .zip extension). The easiest way to extract the files is to use the Archive Manager (available in the...
  11. Thread: minicom

    by CameO73
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    [ubuntu] Re: minicom

    I've no experience with minicom, but I'm using cutecom, which is a lot more userfriendly. It can be installed with Synaptic and may solve your problem.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Help - VBox Error: VERR_INVALID_PARAMETER

    I've some good and some bad news.

    The good news is, is that you're problem can be solved by following the instructions in this thread (the 6th post; by postfix).

    The bad news is, is that this...
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    Re: Ubuntu 8.10 Alpha 3 Screenshot Tour

    I have to admit: the first time I saw this new theme I had the same objections as mentioned here. But I still wanted to try it on (for Hardy Heron: see here).

    After a month of usage I'm really...
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    Re: java Classpath?

    I'm still curious. Normally when the CLASSPATH is not set, Java will use the classes in the current directory and its built-in classes. If you set the CLASSPATH to anything, it won't automatically...
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    Re: java Classpath?

    For the record: the error message you see is (in this case) caused by a missing .class file. If you specify a file that doesn't exist, you get that exact message. In fact, that last error message you...
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    Re: java Classpath?

    First make sure you have sun-java6-jdk and sun-java6-jre installed.

    Then this should work:


    create a file HelloWorld.java with the following contents:
    public class HelloWorld {
    public...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Problems with Flash Videos

    I'm using Flash 10 (beta) ... for me the videos play OK. Follow the instructions in this post and you should be OK.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu: not for grandma

    Well ... the UbuntuHCL has a couple of user reviews for wireless cards. Another way would be to google your possible choices before buying (something like ubuntu wireless <your card>).

    I have...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu: not for grandma

    To be honest: wireless adapters are definitely not for grandma to install. If you're lucky, they can actually be easier to install in Ubuntu than in XP. Otherwise, they can be a real pain.

    For...
  20. Thread: Pulse Audio

    by CameO73
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    [ubuntu] Re: Pulse Audio

    I don't know if it's really necessary (I didn't have it set to pulse and everything works OK). But if you want to edit that file, you'll need (temporary) super user rights.

    Try the following...
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    [ubuntu] Re: ClamAV reporting itself?

    Nothing. Those test files are a self-check. If ClamAV wouldn't have found them, something would be wrong (for example a virus that had compromised ClamAV).
  22. Thread: screen shaking

    by CameO73
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    [ubuntu] Re: screen shaking

    I don't know what you mean by 'screen shaking', but I'm guessing it's a low Refresh Rate setting. Check your current setting by going to System -> Preferences -> Screen Resolutoin. The Refresh Rate...
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    Re: Java development tools

    Oh, don't forget to include the JARs you use (in Eclipse) with your application. You can read more about JARs here if you like.
  24. [all variants] Re: Neverwinter Question but also a Java question

    Search for sun-java in Synaptic. It looks like you only need sun-java6-jre. This will install in /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun-1.6.0.06/, so change your command accordingly.
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    Re: Java development tools

    A JAR works exactly like the local source code. It's nothing more than a zip with all the compiled classes. This means you import the package as you always do (Eclipse can help you here).

    From the...
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