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    [ubuntu] Re: C editor - gedit alternative

    I always use nano or vi for programming.

    I recommend nano if you want an easy-to-use editor.

    There's also emacs, I really like emacs :)

    Try out nano first, then vi, then emacs,

    -- Daniel
  2. Thread: OpenGL

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    [ubuntu] Re: OpenGL

    OpenGL is pre-installed.

    You just need some drivers to use it. There's also software-rendering, but for most 3d applications you need the right driver.

    Look into the additional drivers section...
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    [ubuntu] Re: how do u download help plz

    Please try to speak clean English.

    You don't know how to download files? Use a browser or "wget http://domain.tld/download.file".
    If you can't extract them, tell me what the file extension is.
    ...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: how to run commands at startup in ubuntu 10.10 as root

    Please mark your thread as solved now,
    Daniel
  5. [all variants] Re: ": ( ) { ": | : & } ; :" on linux terminal

    You misunderstood him, he wants to know what a forkbomb does. and he says he HAD TO reboot after the forkbomb :P

    Yours,
    Daniel
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    [ubuntu] Re: Extraction files problem

    Please explain your problem.
    Are these files archives? What do you mean by "it extracts them each seperatly"? What do you want to do?

    Yours,
    Daniel
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    [ubuntu] Re: Running Emulators

    I don't know if there is a playstation emulator, but look here http://www.getdeb.net/ . There are many apps and games. If you can't find one, open a new thread.



    Please mark your thread as...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Open Office 3.2 Crashes

    I had crashes too, but then I installed LibreOffice and it worked perfect :D

    So, +1 for LibreOffice,

    Daniel
  9. [all variants] Re: ": ( ) { ": | : & } ; :" on linux terminal

    This starts an empty function again and again, and this function consumes ram, not much, but it consumes ram.
    The problem is, the function gets started again and again, until your RAM is full and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Multiple Sound Inputs

    You have to install jack :)

    Here's a tutorial: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=806730

    Yours,
    Daniel
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    [ubuntu] Re: Multiple Sound Inputs

    sudo apt-get install jackeq

    JackEQ is a tool for manipulating from/to multiple input/output sources.

    It runs on the JACK-audio-connection-kit.

    Yours,
    Daniel
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    [ubuntu] Re: Gimp plugins

    yes, type:

    ./configure

    Yours,
    Daniel
  13. [other] Re: VLC DVD Playback: Random changes in audio and subtitle tracks

    oh okay, try:

    sudo apt-get remove vlc && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install vlc
    to remove vlc and install the latest version of vlc :)

    Yours,
    Daniel
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    [ubuntu] Re: Removal Issue

    Umm...

    He wants to do it without a disk, so he could use USB,

    Daniel
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    [ubuntu] Re: Gimp plugins

    yes, you have to type ./run/...

    Or you cd to the directory and then type ./configure

    EDIT: Here's a tutorial about basic Linux/Unix commands:...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Gimp plugins

    cd means Change Directory.
    For example, type:

    cd run/Downloads/gdyntext-1.5.4/
    after typing this, you don't have to specify a filepath, because you are IN this directory ;)

    Yours,
    Daniel
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    [SOLVED] Re: what's the utility of argc and argv[]?

    No problem, now please mark this thread as solved,

    Daniel
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    [SOLVED] Re: what's the utility of argc and argv[]?

    These are argument storages. argc stores the number of arguments, argv is an array of all arguments.
    You start your program, for exmaple:

    ./program --help test
    argv[0] will be "./program"...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Removal Issue

    You could use an USB device, but I don't think that there's a way to format your whole harddrive if Ubuntu is still running (it keeps the harddrive busy).

    Yours,
    Daniel
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    [SOLVED] Re: unable to extract the files .gtgz

    This is a security function, instead of typing ***** it just types nothing. Just type in your password and press enter, it'll work ;)

    Yours,
    Daniel
  21. [ubuntu] Re: Importing iTunes to Banshee-Playback issues

    Try booting a LiveCD (10.04 LTS preferred) and tell me if it works,

    Daniel
  22. [other] Re: VLC DVD Playback: Random changes in audio and subtitle tracks

    Try installing another media player and tell me if it works, I think this problem has to do with VLC.

    Yours,
    Daniel
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    [SOLVED] Re: how to turn off nautilus

    I don't understand why you want to stop nautilus, but you can restart nautilus by typing:

    killall nautilus
    and it'll automatically restart.

    I hope this helped you,
    Daniel
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Chromium browser not working after installing Google Talk plugin

    Try installing Chrome, just as a test, and tell me if it works(with the extension),

    Daniel
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    [SOLVED] Re: installing ubuntu on a older mac

    Unfortunately, xubuntu isn't very lightweight anymore.

    I suggest using lubuntu. :)

    Yours,
    Daniel
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