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    [all variants] Re: umount: mount disagrees with the fstab

    this worked for me, thanks!
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    [all variants] Re: cifs: mount error 12 = Cannot allocate memory

    I tried the fix indicated in this page, and it seems to have resolved the issue for me. I removed the IRPacket regkey from above, and applied this...
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    [all variants] Re: cifs: mount error 12 = Cannot allocate memory

    yes i guess i wasn't clear about that.

    I am running vmware server 2.0 (latest as per yesterday, i forget the build number).

    VM is Ubuntu 9.04.

    It has 512meg ram configured to it, host (win7)...
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    [all variants] Re: cifs: mount error 12 = Cannot allocate memory

    i have the same issue .. basically i can mount my win7 share... i start untarring a 500meg flie.. and shortly afterwards get a bunch of Cannot open: Cannot allocate memory spam on the screen.
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    Poll: Re: HOWTO create ipod Audiobook (m4b) from mp3

    this is all great, but the primary issue i end up with is no bookmarks, or chapters in the resulting m4b. for a short audiobook this isn't much of a problem, but a standard audiobook, say 5hrs+...
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    Re: Things that you hate in Ubuntu

    I don't think I implied that the issues were not resolved, or that I could not resolve them, i was merely commenting on the fact that "LTS" was not stable since an update introduced multiple...
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    Re: Things that you hate in Ubuntu

    funny how my LTS completely broke after the most recent round of updates...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Remote Desktop & SSH Tunneling

    i might have missed it - but specifically why are you using VNC ? have you tried nomachine?
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    Re: VMWare automatically start at boot?

    You can start a vmware image onboot via crontab:



    crontab -e


    Then add the necessary entry:
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    Re: VMware in gutsy 7.10+USB!?

    You have to first add the USB controller in the VM -> Settings dialogue

    You can now plug in your pendrive and Ubuntu will initially mount it. You *may* need to umount it i am not sure, however...
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    Re: VMware in gutsy 7.10

    I've installed via the tar.gz from vmware's website (vmware-server) without problem. I guess sometimes you need a vmware-any-any patch, but how far do you get with the ./vmware-install.pl ? any...
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