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  1. [SOLVED] Re: Bash tab completion works only partially

    Hi,

    The tab auto complete functionality is controlled by the bash-completion package. Most likely, installing gnome altered its config files either in /etc/bash.bashrc or ~/.bashrc. Have a look...
  2. [xubuntu] Re: The generated cache was invalid? How do I fix this?

    You can use http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/9496/looping-through-files-with-spaces-in-the-names with the 'find' command to locate them.

    I'm not familiar with theme development, but there...
  3. [xubuntu] Re: The generated cache was invalid? How do I fix this?

    Hi,

    Per https://github.com/numixproject/numix-icon-theme-circle/issues/639 this is more of a WARNING than an actual error indicating that the icon names have spaces. Unless you see a functional...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 16 doesn't boot graphically and startx doesn't work

    Hi,

    It might've been the case you had the proprietary drivers installed, ran some udpates that includes a new kernel update, and the module wasn't recompiled for that new kernel.

    Can you let us...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Firefox, ssl side invalid certificate, permanent exception

    You can get the latest from https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new, create an apps folder in your home directory, unpack it there and run the executable. This method also allows firefox to auto...
  6. [lubuntu] Re: Internet and drivers problems in Notebook

    What version of Lubutnu are you using and what's the model of your computer? Both the wifi and webcam issues sound like an issue with the driver that can probably be fixed with a kernel update, but...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Firefox, ssl side invalid certificate, permanent exception

    Is there a button to "permanently store this exception." I tried on my end with the latest firefox but wasn't able to reproduce this. If you're checking that for sure, try on the latest version, as...
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    Re: Broken apt-get

    Eww, I'm not liking that you didn't have any unofficial repos either. Give
    sudo dpkg --remove --force-remove-reinstreq libglib2.0-dev


    A shot. If it still fails, let us know if this page...
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    Re: Broken apt-get

    Are you able to execute
    dpkg -r libglib2.0-dev
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    Re: Broken apt-get

    Hi,

    Try this first:

    sudo apt-get install python3-dev
    sudo apt-get install -f
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get upgrade
  11. [ubuntu] Re: Firefox, ssl side invalid certificate, permanent exception

    Hi,

    Is it actually adding it to the firefox trust store, or does it just proceed to let you view the page? Head over to the settings next time this happens and check the list of trusted CA certs...
  12. Re: Why are things often numbered with "Zero" first?

    Yeah, that was pretty weird in college too. Classes in Philosophy/Logic always included 0 as a natural number and classes in the Math department always began the natural nums with 0. From what I...
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    Re: cannot boot

    Are you able to run a 'sudo update-grub' after booting into recovery mode? It sounds like it can't locate the drive to boot, because it was replaced. See if you can re-load the boot configuration...
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    Re: cannot boot

    Hi,

    Can you boot into recovery mode from the grub menu (just press a few keys to get to it if Ubuntu's the only OS on your computer)? See if you could boot into that or if not, let us know which...
  15. Re: Is there something that you like but no one else likes?

    That guy Lucas/Fred from youtube..or yeah OSX. To add on to this, been using OSX daily (I can't connect to an IPSEC Sonicwall VPN from linux, and I don't like Windows, so yeah). Add on to that I'm...
  16. Re: How 'well' does Ubuntu work for most of you guys?

    A lot of it is, yes. My frustration was mainly due to not everything working out of the box as I expected. That's my fault to be honest, but I didn't experience this on arch, etc, and the problems...
  17. Re: How 'well' does Ubuntu work for most of you guys?

    Heh, for one I'm busy enough as it is with work. I used to be a distro hopper and totally enjoyed tinkering with every part of my linux system, which is why I still run arch as well. I've gotten to...
  18. Re: How 'well' does Ubuntu work for most of you guys?

    Good point, HW definitely is the biggest factor. If others have experienced the same, can we get your guys's hardware specs? Maybe it's localized to some MB'S etc. My personal experience is that...
  19. How 'well' does Ubuntu work for most of you guys?

    First off, I'm not here to generate any genuine negative feelings. No point in doing so, and I have positive feelings for Ubuntu.

    But...

    Some background info. I first tried linux (linspire)...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't activate python

    Probably best to focus on your end goal first. Python in Ubuntu comes pre-installed, kinda like the way it does in mac, where it's just out of your way, because other programs use it. If your plan...
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    Re: sublime text 2 wont install

    I wouldn't get your hopes too down. Linux text editors are awesome. I can't guarantee it'll work for arm, but notepad qq's worth giving a shot if it runs. I've heard good things about 'atom' as...
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    Re: sublime text 2 wont install

    Hi,

    From that output, we see:
    Please report to author unsupported platform 'armv7l'.

    Upon googling arm and sublime, it's unsupported:...
  23. Re: mysql crash averaging 3 times a week - have to restart server

    Hmm, I'd say you should have at lest 2GBs of swap space considering those specs. Get the result of the nestat during the outage. It might be wise to limit the size of the connection pool. It can...
  24. [kubuntu] Re: Installing apache2 ends with error could not determine domain name, using 127.0.1

    Looks like it's trying to use the fully qualified domain name. What's the result of
    hostname -f. You should be good to go by adding the fully qualified hostname to the hosts file.

    EDIT: Or if...
  25. Re: mysql crash averaging 3 times a week - have to restart server

    Hi,

    What are the specs of your mysql node? I'm seeing that other users with a similar issue and they rectified it by increasing the swap space:...
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