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  1. [ubuntu] Re: Installed 12.04 on a dual boot with XP, I hate it and want to go with 10.04

    I was in the same boat as you, using 10.04 but installing 12.04 on my wife's laptop.

    While I doubt I'll ever grow to like the "change for sake of change" tweaks and the unity blah blah blah..
  2. [xubuntu] Re: Using an old linux box as a wireless bridge?

    its not -- doing that through nm creates a masq'ed connection not transparent bridge.

    Word of warning if you decide to try doing it with dd-wrt - transparent bridging is pretty buggy - I am doing...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Warning: Critical DoS Bug in 13.04

    its only a DoS in the way that driving over a nail on the way to work is a DoS..

    This is more like a routine case of excessive logging..

    you might try symlinking the log file to /dev/null..
  4. Re: Not too powerful but very physically robust laptop

    the toughbook is too heavy for my taste - some of the Thinkpads can take abuse. I have one that still working well after being lugged around eastern Afghanistan for a year.. though now it is just...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Long name in command line
  6. [ubuntu] Re: OpenVPN - Access from home to the computer at my job's office

    silly question, but are you literally using this command?
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    Re: Switching to SUSE

    I agree with your observations - too many OS's and services seem to be overly or only social networking centric.

    With assumption being that everyone is on-board. Luckily there are other...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: RTNETLINK answers: File exists problem ubuntu 12.04

    glad you got it sorted.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Serious Ubuntu 12.10 Install fault

    Unintentional wiping of drives during install is way common of theme lately.. this is the third or forth case I have heard of in as many months.
  10. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 12.10 - fatal crashes since the beginning

    keep a terminal window open and visible on desktop and in it leave running:

    When it dies maybe a clue will be visible in the window.
  11. [ubuntu] Re: RTNETLINK answers: File exists problem ubuntu 12.04

    seriously -

    its quite easy to configure the interfaces by hand using the ifconfig and route commands - try it, and you will see where your "error" is.
  12. [ubuntu] Re: RTNETLINK answers: File exists problem ubuntu 12.04

    You don't have a default gw for every interface.

    let me give you clue here, since you clearly need one: do a "man interfaces"
  13. [ubuntu] Re: RTNETLINK answers: File exists problem ubuntu 12.04

    Only use gateway for one that you are using for default gw.

    Network is deduced from the mask so its unnecessary - and getting to an ip addresses on a known networks is done via arp.

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    [ubuntu] Re: Scripts not running

    look in access and error logs for apache - how are the scripts being invoked? php?

    I would take a careful look at transient issues like this, as many times they are an early warning that the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Scripts not running

    The very first thing I would do is ask the CSR what they are talking about - and what I would need to do to replicate the issue.

    "scripts are down" sounds a bit like someone walking over to my...
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    Re: Existential question

    "U" instead of "You" speaks volumes.
  17. [ubuntu] Re: nearly there so bad i can taste it.

    sudo rm /lib/modules/`uname -r`/kernel/drivers/net/tg3.ko
  18. Re: RabbitVCS , Unable to Resolve Conflict

    Perhaps targeting your query to the mailing list or IRC channel associated with rabbitvcs, will find users that are willing to elicit the details from you required to help someone to help you to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu Network Connection issues

    Managing the interfaces through /etc/network/interfaces will prevent network manager from managing interfaces, and allow you to by-pass the limitations of network manager.
  20. [all variants] Re: Is there a bgb route query command?

    Assuming that you have installed and are running a bgp daemon and that you are peering with your upstream providers. Then yes - the command to show you your bgp routing table will vary according the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Woops - Deleted module

    the package is probably still sitting in /var/cache/apt/archives/
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Remove the annoying notifications thing.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't seem to automake

    I see two things --

    install curses dev and do the make install as root.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Command line File-commands

    you should see the drive under /media/

    also use double quotes for names that contain spaces i.e. "Home Folder"
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    Re: ubuntu tablet coming today?

    that is why android is where it is.

    It was actually a stroke of genius -

    insulating the application developers to large degree, allowed for the OS to evolve much more quickly.
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