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  1. [gnome] Pinguy 10.04 -change mouse button designations

    Can anyone tell me where in Control Center or elsewhere, I would go to change the mouse button designations in Pinguy 10.04 ?
    or
    If it is even possible?

    Thank You
  2. Pinguy 10.04 permissions/ownership internal Hard drives

    64 bit Pinguy 10.04 LTS Gnome Asus P5QDeluxe c2d 3.0mhz 4.0gb ram

    Having some confusion/difficulty with permissions and ownership of my 4 storage hard drives [internal].
    After I installed...
  3. lubuntu 10.04 move files doesn't work between HD's

    Asus P5Q Deluxe c2d 3.0 mhz 4.0 gb ram 64 bit capable


    I installed ubuntu following the instructs re:
    http://www.dwasifar.com/?p=1442
    because I wanted to try an lxde desktop.
    Had to sort out...
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    [SOLVED] Re: ERROR: Unable to bind to port [SOLVED]

    sry, should I have used CODE tags?

    the port I am using is 65535.

    I didn't see that anything is using this port, but to be sure I changed the port to 55535 and tried to connect. Using 55535...
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    [SOLVED] ERROR: Unable to bind to port

    64 bit lubuntu

    trying to start a .bin file from desktop

    gone to properties of file and made executable
    open folder where .bin resides
    open terminal

    anyone have any idea what this means...
  6. Thread: voice chat

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    [xubuntu] voice chat

    using xubuntu 7.10
    new machine Asus p4kc core2duo 3.6 3g ram on board sound realtek ac883

    would like to know if there is anyway i can use empthy to 'voice' chat in this version [7.10]
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    [all variants] Re: leaner install

    i have gone ahead and done this minimal install after reading about it, but something seems to have gone awry. Things are up and running but i have done something wrong in my partitioning the hard...
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    [all variants] Re: leaner install

    From: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/MinimalCD

    "The Minimal CD downloads packages from online archives at installation time instead of providing them on the install CD itself....
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    [all variants] [SOLVED] leaner install

    Asus P5KC core2duo 3.6 3.0 g ram Gnome/KDE 8.04.1
    BioStar P4M80-M4 2.4gHz 2.0g ram KDE/XFCE 7.10


    I have been using Ubuntu [ Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu 7.10 & 8.04.1] for abount 6 months....
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    [kubuntu] mic/sound problem

    Using Ubuntu[invariousforms] for 6 months.
    Asus P5KC core2duo3.6 3.0g ram onboard sound ALC833 [sound working ok when I play music]

    Was used to using GTalk in WinXP and was looking around for...
  11. Thread: moving files

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    [ubuntu] Re: moving files

    WOULD THAT IT WERE SO, Dioltas.
    Alas, it is how I describe it in my first post.
  12. Thread: moving files

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    [ubuntu] Re: moving files

    dioltas
    if it were just me yes i would consider command line.
    However,Hubby likes his drag and drop and it was really iffy that I could get him to change to a linux distro. Also, it isn't just...
  13. Thread: moving files

    by labud
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    [ubuntu] Re: moving files

    ty aysiu for reply
    if i try using middle button [wheel] to drag nothing happens
    if i try using right button i get a dropdown box [copy, paste, del, open with, etc]
  14. Thread: moving files

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    [ubuntu] moving files

    Ubuntu 8.04 originally installed with gnome, now using xfce

    i am having trouble moving files.
    When I click on a file and drag it to another folder i don't get any dropdown window asking me what I...
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    [xubuntu] Re: ntfs-3g woes cont'd

    Whoops, not quite there yet. I can access my WIN drive and it is the WIN drive, but my MUSIC drive gives me a "Failed to open directory. Permission denied" error. Any suggestions? Could it be...
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    [xubuntu] Re: ntfs-3g woes cont'd

    thank you danwood76
    I will go ahead and do the fstab changes.

    Also, I think that i have found out the problem of what is happening, but I don't understand the WHY.
    Whenever I boot into windows,...
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    [xubuntu] Re: ntfs-3g woes cont'd

    ok danwood76

    i don't really understand it, but u r the one with the most beans, in this conversation. lol
    i will try it.
    I am curious tho', how did you determine which drive was which?
    re: ...
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    [xubuntu] Re: ntfs-3g woes cont'd

    ok danwood76
    I opened the fstab file and it looks like this:
    # /etc/fstab: static file system information.
    #
    # -- This file has been automaticly generated by ntfs-config --
    #
    # <file system>...
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    [xubuntu] Re: ntfs-3g woes cont'd

    ok, here are the results for blkid


    dabud@DGraBow:~$ sudo blkid

    /dev/sda1: UUID="82444AB2444AA92D" LABEL="Music" TYPE="ntfs"
    /dev/sdb2: TYPE="swap"...
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    [xubuntu] Re: ntfs-3g woes cont'd

    thanks for reply danwood76

    What I mean by ntfs-3g and ntfs-config is the software? I loaded thru synaptic pkg mgr to control accessing my hardrives that are MS windows based. The following are...
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    [xubuntu] ntfs-3g woes cont'd

    well apparently, it is not 'SOLVED', so i am restarting this thread in hope for some help
    Seems every time i boot into winxp and reboot to Xubuntu i loose the ntfs-3g/ntfs-config stuff. Yesterday it...
  22. Thread: ntfs-3g woes

    by labud
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    [xubuntu] Re: ntfs-3g woes

    well apparently, it is not 'SOLVED'
    Seems every time i boot into winxp and reboot to Xubuntu i loose the ntfs-3g/ntfs-config stuff. Yesterday it came back on its own. I have rebooted several...
  23. Thread: ntfs-3g woes

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    [xubuntu] Re: ntfs-3g woes

    rraj.be
    thank you for quick reply.
    The error i was getting was permission denied, however i just booted back into windows to make sure harddrives were still good[they are] and when i booted back...
  24. Thread: ntfs-3g woes

    by labud
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    [xubuntu] ntfs-3g woes

    Xubuntu 8.04
    i've got a problem with the ntfs-config program.
    2 harddives = 1]Win [windows programs, etc][ntfs]
    = 2]Music files [ntfs]]
    I was away for a couple of days and when i...
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    [ubuntu] Re: scanner install woes

    Well Well Well
    Problem seems to have solved itself!
    On my next reboot, I found that scanner was working properly.
    So, whatever I [?] did, maybe that [obviously] did the trick.

    Onward and Upward
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