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  1. [SOLVED] Re: How To Make a Hard Drive Viewable From Startup?

    Hmm...

    I think I am over-complicating this. Remove that line from /etc/fstab, reboot, then go to places -> your other hard drive, then right click it on the desktop and look at the last two tabs....
  2. [SOLVED] Re: How To Make a Hard Drive Viewable From Startup?

    Type this into the terminal


    mkdir /home/<your username>/sdb1


    Then edit your /etc/fstab with nano.
    Replace "/mount point" with "/home/<your username>/sdb1"

    All your stuff will be in your...
  3. [SOLVED] Re: How To Make a Hard Drive Viewable From Startup?

    You typed "etc/fstab"

    It should be "/etc/fstab"

    The first slash indicates to look along the root path. Without it, your creating a file called "/home/<your username>/etc/fstab" assuming you...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: How To Make a Hard Drive Viewable From Startup?

    Alright, here's your line:


    /dev/sdb1 /mount/point ntfs default,noatime 0 0


    Be absolutely sure that you replace "/mount/point" with the mount point, then paste it at the end of your...
  5. Thread: Sound Problems

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    [ubuntu] Re: Sound Problems

    I do not believe flash is well supported on Linux, so your mileage with that will vary. As for the others, maybe your speakers are getting old? I'm not sure, sorry :(
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    [ubuntu] Re: How Do I Completely Remove A Program?

    Well, you could remove the amarok folder in /usr/bin (just make sure you know what your doing).
    BTW, isn't it "apt-get purge <whatever>"? I rarely use it :P
  7. [SOLVED] Re: How To Make a Hard Drive Viewable From Startup?

    No, type "sudo fdisk -l" and post that output. Sorry, I should have clarified. :/
  8. [SOLVED] Re: How To Make a Hard Drive Viewable From Startup?

    Paste the output here so we can give you the exact line to fstab. Copying and pasting from the "fdisk" command will not work.

    BTW, to exit from nano, press Ctrl+X. Press "y" to save your work...
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    Re: Yet another laptop request thread.

    Huh, I found some at Tigerdirect.com that still had XP.

    Well, I don't need a 1600x1200. I just would like it bigger than 1024x768.

    Hmm, looks nice. I will have to take it into consideration. I...
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    Re: Another Halo Problem

    Try reinstalling?
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    Yet another laptop request thread.

    Hiya guys.

    Yep, another person requesting suggestions for a new laptop. I have a $800 limit, maybe a bit more if it is a Dell (because my mother has a discount program with them). I do a variety...
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    Poll: Re: How often do you shut down your computer?

    I usually shut down my computers at the end of the day, but sometimes I leave my laptop on standby because it's taking longer to boot.

    My school doesn't do a good job shutting down, but I don't...
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    Re: Shopping for a new GFX Card

    Oh lol, I'm blind.

    Aww, I want an animated avatar :(
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    Re: Shopping for a new GFX Card

    overdrank were you going to sell it to me?

    Offtopic: Last time I checked Ubuntu Forums didn't allow animated avatars. Hmm...

    IDK What I was thinking. I just bought it because it looked cool. :P...
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    Shopping for a new GFX Card

    Hello all

    I recently bought Team Fortress 2, and discovered that it was HORRIBLE on my integrated graphics card. So thus I am in need of a new one. My only requirements are that it is less than...
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    Re: Sqlite giving me errors

    asss.h contains various server functions, accessed through the structures Iconfig (*.conf parser) and Ilogman (logger). It also defines some structures, but the only one in use is MPQueue. It also...
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    Sqlite giving me errors

    I installed libsqlite3. Made a program. Worked for awhile, but now its not working. Whenever I use sqlite3_prepare_v2, it returns the error code 21 (SQLITE_ERROR_MISUSE, saying I did something wrong...
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    Re: Mysql compatibility functions for SQLite?

    There is no man page for that function. Can't find it online either. It's not in socket.h nor wikipedia. :confused:

    Edit: Found it
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    Re: Word association

    squirrel


    I guess I am not a history fan then :)
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    Re: Post your CTRL+V's

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNQdV-lmMek&feature=channel

    For that silly "what are you listening to" thread :D
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    Re: What are you listening to right now?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNQdV-lmMek&feature=channel

    IDK, I was just browsing youtube :P
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    Re: Mysql compatibility functions for SQLite?

    No that's not what I meant. Something like:

    //test1.c
    #include <stdlib.h>
    #include "sqlite3.h"
    #include "test2.c"

    static sqlite3 db*;

    def main()
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    Re: The person below you game

    False :P

    TPBM Is using windows *right* now
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    Re: Stuck in a mall

    I +1 to that :popcorn:

    I would get myself a new laptop that has a linux supported gfx card.

    The electric fence would charge my laptop :D
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    Re: You fell into the bottomless pit.

    Uhhhh, 1i?
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