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    [SOLVED] Re: Scanner won't save file

    Your suggestion worked, NilPointer. It did not occur to me that I couldn't save the file in just any location. I guess I had been trying to put it in the Home directory, where it wouldn't work. I...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Scanner won't save file

    I'm pretty sure I tried to save it to a couple of different locations, but I will go back in and try it some more, NilPointer. Thanks for the reply. I will post back.
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    [SOLVED] Scanner won't save file

    I have an HP 3100 series All-In-One which prints OK. When I open the scanner app in Ubuntu 12.04, the document does scan, but it will not print, and when I try to save the file, I get a message that...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Keyring unlock problem

    Thanks for the reply, slickymaster. I tried the "delete the keyring" solution, and it appears to have worked. Your link is much appreciated.
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    [SOLVED] Keyring unlock problem

    I am trying to disable the login to access Ubuntu One. When I enter the system password (the one I log onto the system with), it tells me incorrect password. I don't recall being prompted to create a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Frozen or something else

    This takes me to a command prompt asking for a login and password. I recall my password, but do not recall creating a login name. I will have to play some more with this later. Have appointments...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Frozen or something else

    I don't get a small Ubuntu icon next to my name on the login screen, so I can't get to any of these sessions. Also no terminal with ctrl+alt+t. I do have a small toolbar, upper right for a few...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Frozen or something else

    I will try to get a command prompt up tomorrow, but so far have not had much luck with any hotkey compbinations. I'm a little hazy on just how the whole driver thing works in Ubuntu. Since my...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Frozen or something else

    I do also get the shut-down option. As for video card, it's an N-Vidia, very old, probably bought around 2000. I don't seem to be able to get a command prompt at all. Come to think of it, the card...
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    [ubuntu] Frozen or something else

    I installed 12.10 today, not a dual boot, just Ubuntu. Everything seemed to go all right, got a wireless connection to the internet. It told me to restart, and on restart it went out and got updates....
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    [ubuntu] A restatement of my display problem

    I installed Ubuntu 8.10 on an older machine, one with an onboard Nvidia display adapter. I can boot up and log in, but from there I get only a brown screen. I ran xfix just today. I know this...
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    [ubuntu] Re: keep losing monitor on install

    Or how about this - does anyone know of any other distributions of Linux where this issue is not a problem? After googling quite a bit, it seems that this is a pretty big issue for Ubuntu, at least...
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    [ubuntu] keep losing monitor on install

    I'm pretty new at this. I previously had a problem on a dual boot install of 8.04. At about 73% of the install, the monitor goes black. At that time, with some help from this forum, I hit...
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    [ubuntu] Re: No root file system defined

    Well, I tried the "Try to fix X-Server" option and that did the trick. The only question I have now is is there any way to reset screen resolution without messing it up again? Otherwise I'll just...
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    [ubuntu] Re: No root file system defined

    I tried running sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg, but after going through about a half a dozen screens asking me about how I wanted the keyboard, it just dumped me back at the command prompt. ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: No root file system defined

    Well, I reinstalled and all went well. I didn't lose the monitor like last time (this time I did not import any accounts). I also did not lose the monitor, and was able to get the wireless card...
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    [ubuntu] Re: No root file system defined

    I'm going to try reinstalling it the next chance I get, and this time I am not going to import my WinXP settings. I'm thinking that maybe there was some power management setting or something else...
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    [ubuntu] Re: No root file system defined

    It just gets stranger. Ctr+Alt+F1 gives me Ubuntu (I mean what appears to be the operating system. It seems to be pretty fully functional. The wireless card does not appear to be recognized, and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: No root file system defined

    Well, it went well for a while. It installed the system files, and while it was cleaning up and getting ready to finish up, the screen slowly faded to black and stayed there. I rebooted,got the MB...
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    [ubuntu] Re: No root file system defined

    Thanks for the quick reply. I will get to work.
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    [ubuntu] Re: No root file system defined

    That seems to have done the trick, prshah, and many thanks. However, I am now being prompted that I have not designated any swap space. Is there a way to do that from within the CD, or do I have to...
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    [ubuntu] No root file system defined

    I am trying to install Ubuntu 8.04.1 on my second computer. I have Windows XP on the C drive, and I have a D drive empty, that is formatted ext3, and a J drive, which is formatted FAT32. (These are...
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    Re: Wubi install problem

    You are absolutely correct, minhmeoke, the user name was the same as my Windows user name. I found this out the hard way, by uninstalling and reinstalling, but that's what I get for not paying...
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    Re: Wubi install problem

    It booted up in the recovery mode, and it booted up this time when I started it in regular mode. That's the good news. The bad news is that I can't log in. I recall establishing a password when I...
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    Re: Wubi install problem

    Well, I installed the 64bit version, and it seemed to install OK, then rebooted into Ubuntu, where it seemed to complete installing, but when it rebooted, the progress bar on the Ubuntu splash screen...
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