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    HDMI monitor/projector connection

    Hello all,

    I recently installed Debian 9 in my laptop and everything is running smoothly except that my HDMI connected monitor will not be recognized unless I keep it connected at the boot time of...
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    [ubuntu] Problems with the projector

    Hello,

    I've been using Ubuntu for sometime now. But since computing is not my main stream, I always stuck with the GUI. So you can consider me as a noob.

    I have problems when connecting my...
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    including libraries in gcc

    Dear all,

    I'm trying to compile an OpenCL program by following a tutorial. The compile line is as follows:


    gcc -ocl-demo cl-demo.c cl-helper.c -lrt -lOpenCL

    But then I get the error...
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    [ubuntu] error installing NVIDIA drivers

    Dear all,

    I am relatively new to Linux and I have Ubuntu 14.04 installed on my laptop (Dell Inspiron N5110 ) . I want to do some OpenCL programming so decided to install the proprietary Nvidia...
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    [xubuntu] communicating between two network cards

    Dear all,

    I have a computer with two network cards and I want to communicate between the two WITHOUT having to have a cable between them. I've given them the following IP addresses:


    eth1 :...
  6. Problems in upgrading Ubuntu 13.04 to Ubuntu 13.10

    Dear all,
    I've been using Ubuntu 13.04 for a while now. Due to internet connectivity problems I couldn't update my OS but now I want to do it. Since I cannot directly go to 14.04, I downloaded an...
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    [ubuntu] Re: problems connecting to the repositories

    Well, turns out its a problem with proxy after all.
    I'm away now from my university ( where the proxy is ) and am visiting my friend's home. I took my laptop to my friend's home where there is no...
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    [ubuntu] problems connecting to the repositories

    Hi,
    I wanted to install a 32 bit version of a software I've been using in my 64bit laptop which uses Ubuntu 13.04. After some search I found that I should install ia32-libs package in order to do...
  9. [xubuntu] how to find the uri of the ldap server used.

    Hi,
    I'm a total noob to this networking issue but am suppose to find the uri of the ldap server wer're using. (I think its supposed to be something like ldaps:\\....) and have no clue how to do...
  10. [xubuntu] Re: Run a Script with username and password at log-in???

    Well, I'm a noob actually. My geek friend is not here anymore. But his machine is a Windows machine with active directory I guess.
  11. [xubuntu] Re: Run a Script with username and password at log-in???

    Well the script connects to a remote server (actually our geeks desktop) and retrieves files. Each one of us have an account in his desktop and each account has the same username and password as our...
  12. [xubuntu] Run a Script with username and password at log-in???

    Dear all,
    My friend gave me a script which should be run with username and password as parameters to it. Since running this all the time as I log in is cumbersome and since there are few users of my...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Error in environment variables

    Error looks exactly the same. But the PATH variable has changed:


    bash: /usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/games: No such file or directory
    bash:...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Error in environment variables

    Yes, it was there! Thank you. :) I erased the unwanted parts. Now what's remaining is:


    PATH="/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/games"


    Then I restarted the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Error in environment variables

    No, sorry they were not there. I with my very little knowledge of shell commands tried:


    cat ~/.bashrc | grep K426
    cat /etc/bash.bashrc | grep K426

    and came up with nothing. Anywhere else to...
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    [ubuntu] Error in environment variables

    Hi,
    I started using Ubuntu few years ago but couldn't carry on with it for some reason. So its safe to consider me as a total noob still.
    Recently I gave my 64bit laptop with Ubuntu 10.10 32bit...
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    [ubuntu] Erasing a path in PATH variable

    Hi all,

    I am a newbie and I fell a bit into a trouble trying to do my java project in Ubuntu. For this project I had to download a jar file (the connector, to be precise) and set the bash's PATH...
  18. [other] GNU make, compiling all files in a folder? Help!

    I've got this folder with lots of C files which I want to compile at once. I'm thinking of writing a GNU Makefile to do this. But the problem is, I don't know how to compile each separately.

    Now...
  19. [SOLVED] Re: How to list the content files of a tgz archive in terminal?

    Thanks that will do.
  20. [SOLVED] How to list the content files of a rar archive in terminal?

    Hi,
    Can somebody please tell me a command that will list the contents in a .rar compressed files in the terminal of Ubuntu? I've been searching for such a command for a while now. Everybdoy suggests...
  21. [SOLVED] Re: Finding file size. How could I exclude directories?

    Thanks both of you. It seems an awful lot of symbols to me. Sorry I'm just a starter. Anyway, I won't exhaust you asking for explanations. I'll google and see if I could decipher them. Thank you once...
  22. [SOLVED] Finding file size. How could I exclude directories?

    Hi all,

    I'm trying to write a bash script in Ubuntu and I need the file sizes in a specified directory. I searched for it in the net but all the solutions suggested showed sizes of files and...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Invalid Argument in Avast installation

    Thank you and extremely sorry for tiring you, not looking up the net first. :oops: It looked so unique to me that I didn't think it would be there in the net. Anyway this solved my problem. Thanks a...
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    [SOLVED] Invalid Argument in Avast installation

    I usually work on some other operating system and switch to Ubuntu once in a while for my academic work. So I don't have much experience with Ubuntu.

    Anyway, yesterday I tried to install Avast!...
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    [ubuntu] Re: no space in root folder

    Thanks for everybody interested. When I tried to boot Ubuntu last time I couldn't even see the graphics of it. It gave the error message 'bla bla bla possibly due to out of space' in a shell...
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