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  1. [SOLVED] Re: New kernel appears to have broken WIRED networking.

    UPDATE: Ever since kernel 3.19.0-26-generic, this solution has stopped working properly. I am going to try running the whole shebang once again and see if I can get it rocking again. I have been...
  2. Re: Doom3 installed using official installer; No command 'doom3' found

    @brian-mccumber: Yep, checked. No go :(

    @efflandt: I vaguely remember using SUDO because it wouldn't run without it. However, I'll definitely check out the tutorial you linked - while it might...
  3. Doom3 installed using official installer; No command 'doom3' found

    So I followed the tutorial here:

    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Doom3

    Everything went without any trouble. Accepted the license, tried the default directory, and tried a different...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: New kernel appears to have broken WIRED networking.

    @Bashing-om I'll keep the live-enviro CHRooting in mind if this happens again. On the upside, @praseodym has patiently won this round - I'm posting this from U15.04! Woot. I'll mark the thread as...
  5. [SOLVED] Re: New kernel appears to have broken WIRED networking.

    @Bashing-om I too noticed the need for updating, but I am a little fuzzy as to how to do it without a network connection (in all my years of Linuxing, I have never encountered this need LOL - wired...
  6. [SOLVED] Re: New kernel appears to have broken WIRED networking.

    I've finally had a chance to sit back down at my PC and give 'er a go. I didn't get very far. Here's the output of the commands listed just so we can be totally clear. Note that the dmesg appears...
  7. [SOLVED] Re: New kernel appears to have broken WIRED networking.

    Okay, still no go.

    After following your instructions without any troubles, network is still not connecting. I'll run the wireless-info package again after I reboot back into 15.04. Here is a...
  8. [SOLVED] Re: New kernel appears to have broken WIRED networking.

    It compiled just fine on my machine. I'm away from my pc right now, but the I didn't have networking resolved by the time I left. It compiled and installed okay, but I had a " good news" message...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: New kernel appears to have broken WIRED networking.

    Heh, nice timing, I was just in the process of downloading those files. I'll snag the new ones and give that a go. If I don't reply here in the next 10 minutes, it means I was called away. I will...
  10. [SOLVED] Re: New kernel appears to have broken WIRED networking.

    @praseodym: I apologize for my slightly snippy response ... I am too accustomed to people not reading all the details. Anyhoo ... I didn't realize that the "wireless-info" script _also_ helps with...
  11. [SOLVED] Re: New kernel appears to have broken WIRED networking.

    @praseodym I will do that, but you _did_ read what I said, right? This is not a wireless issue.
  12. [SOLVED] New kernel appears to have broken WIRED networking.

    Okay here's the lowdown:

    1. I had Ubuntu 14.04 running, and all was well - wired networking purred along right outa tha box; but I started getting curious about the newfangled things in 15.04....
  13. Nautilus-Scripts-Audio-Convert can't batch now?

    I have been a long-time user of the nautilus-scripts-audio-convert script. For those who are unfamiliar, it's simply a script that allows you to right-click on any audio file in a file browser...
  14. Re: Vino (desktop sharing) seems to be rather unsecure. Should I submit a bug?

    Also Cariboo, thanks for the link. I'll bookmark it and sleep on it.
  15. Re: Vino (desktop sharing) seems to be rather unsecure. Should I submit a bug?

    Bashiergui, while I agree that an outside attacker would be unlikely to be able to gain access to a machine that's behind a router, passing the buck for security to an upstream device is not a great...
  16. Re: Vino (desktop sharing) seems to be rather unsecure. Should I submit a bug?

    Wow, I didn't realize that I had stumbled upon a bit of a sore point! I guess I'm not crazy after all. Also, as an aside, I had forgotten to subscribe to my own thread, and so I didn't know anyone...
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    [ubuntu] Slow User-Switching on Ubuntu 14.04

    In our house, there are 4 people who regularly use one machine, so we make extensive use of switching users while leaving them all logged in. We got into the habit of using CTRL-ALT-F7 (etc) for...
  18. Vino (desktop sharing) seems to be rather unsecure. Should I submit a bug?

    I'll keep this brief. Also, for what it's worth, I'm a long-time Ubuntu user. Running Ubuntu 14.04, mostly fresh install.

    1. Today, after I shut down a Steam game I was playing, I had the...
  19. Re: Adding A New SSD, installing Ubuntu, keeping old data

    Update: As I pointed out on another thread, I ended up turning off IOMMU in the BIOS and then enabling soft-iommu in the kernel command. All of the problems have been eliminated. It appears that...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Please help speed up my boot time (dmesg included)

    At least it turned out to be a rather minor problem! You'd think this would be something they could fix with a motherboard firmware update.
  21. [SOLVED] Cannot Remove a User Account in Ubuntu 14.04.1

    SOLVED

    Summary:

    1. Attempted to remove a user using the User Accounts dialogue.
    2. Error message:


    3. The issue was solved with this command in a terminal:
  22. Re: GIGABYTE GA-970A-DS3 motherboard not working with 64 bit kernel

    Disabling IOMMU in my BIOS and then adding GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="iommu=soft" to grub reduced my boot time from 57 seconds to 11 seconds. Thank you!

    It also stopped the error message AMD-Vi: Event...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Please help speed up my boot time (dmesg included)

    I should point out that this is also why I could not install Ubuntu 14.04 with my USB stick in the USB3.0 socket. Strangely, partway through the Live boot process, it would stop with an error that...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Please help speed up my boot time (dmesg included)

    Solved!!!

    Disabling IOMMU in my BIOS and then adding GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="iommu=soft" to grub reduced my boot time from 57 seconds to 11 seconds.

    It also stopped the error message AMD-Vi: Event...
  25. Re: GIGABYTE GA-970A-DS3 motherboard not working with 64 bit kernel

    Disabling IOMMU in my BIOS and then adding GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="iommu=soft" to grub reduced my boot time from 57 seconds to 11 seconds. Thank you!

    It also stopped the error message AMD-Vi: Event...
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