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You are typing y to accept the change, I presume? Otherwise the default choice n (=no) will operate.
The latest upgrade to LibreOffice has lost the scroll arrows in Calc which enabled scrolling one row or column at a time. Is it possible to recover this feature?
Have you installed the printers as network printers in Windows 7 ?
Well, I have solved the problem from my point of view. I have replaced Pangolin with Mint 12, and can now print again. Like Harfin, I have a business to run.
Install Synaptic using the software centre.
Start synaptic and type the make of your printer into the search box.
This will give you a list of packages available for that make of...
No, I spoke too soon. The printer is working intermittently, but still printing error messages instead of emails.
Thanks, JFK.NM. I installed the package as suggested, deleted the printer and then added it again. It did not offer me a choice of drivers, but it seems to be working properly so far.
There are inevitably bugs in a new release, but this is the first time that one as seriously inconvenienced me. I check for known issues before installing, but there was nothing about printing...
I keep trying to find a workaround, but there seems to be no way of trying different drivers for the printer.
There are confirmed bugs on Launchpad relating to network and wireless printing (though not to local host printing). This would suggest that the problem is fairly general and we may just have to wait...
A fresh install is simpler and *much* faster than an upgrade. I have just gone from 10.10 which I really liked to 12.04 and can no longer print even simple text files. Several others are in the same...
I have just done a complete fresh install of 12.04 with no improvement - still the message "ERROR NAME: memoryfull" printed on the sheet of paper. I am even using Unity rather than installing my...
I now have much the same problem. My printer, a Brother 5240, has gone from taking 6 minutes to print a simple text page, via whirring but producing nothing, to totally locking up, and finally to...
Well, no, not a lot really. Since changing to Pangolin I am having printer problems as well - a six minute delay before even a simple page prints.
Two suggestions in the absence of more informed...
You need the username and password that you log into your computer with. (Assuming that the printer is connected directly to your computer, and not to another computer on a network.)
Thanks, Cheesemill, at least I know to stop trying!
That will show me the html, but not the php code.
How can I view the full source code of a webpage containing php? Would I need to be running Ubuntu server edition? I have installed php5 and am running Ubuntu 10.10 /Firefox 11.
Your mount point will be '/' (without the inverted commas) . This defines your boot partition. Keep asking if you are uncertain.
The swap area is where your computer stores data when you suspend or hibernater. Size normally equal to system ram - clearly not wanted on a USB stick.
I have just replaced the graphics card in my computer with a Sapphire Radeon HD6450. Everything seems to work as expected, but I now have a large translucent icon reading 'AMD Unsupported hardware'...
Try copying the files. You should own the copies.
This sounds more like a hardware fault.
The swap partition should not be set as the boot partition.