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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: How to rebuild the menu

    Success! Thanks a billion.:)
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: How to rebuild the menu

    OK, this will take some space, but here it is:


    don@don-Stubuntu-16-04-03:~$ ls ~/.local/share/applications ~/.local/share/desktop-directories
    /home/me/.local/share/applications:...
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: How to rebuild the menu

    Thanks guber2. Well my education is begun.

    I deleted the files from .local/share/desktop-directories and rebooted but the original menu list did not restore. However, no the audio production...
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    [ubuntu_studio] How to rebuild the menu

    Ubuntu Studio 16.04.03, it uses xfce desktop. K3B was not installed by default so I used Synaptic Package Manager to install it. Afrter it was installed I didn't see it in the video production...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Can I upgrade bios mobo to uefi mobo and not have to re-install anything

    I have PCIe ide/SATA controller card into which I plug my IDE drive. Hopefully the Mobo bios will detect them thru this card.
  6. [ubuntu] Can I upgrade bios mobo to uefi mobo and not have to re-install anything

    I couldn't find anything on here that is like this question so I am asking it. Please forgive if it is a duplicate. Also I know it might not be exactly germaine, but I hope someone will answer. I...
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    [SOLVED] Re: piped output from ffmpeg is choppy

    BTW, I recode the recorded file with this command: ./ffmpeg -r 30 -deinterlace -i /media/LinWork2/VidRecord-6.mp4 -q:v 2 -c:v mpeg4 -c:a copy -y /media/LinWork2/VidRecord-6a.mp4
    and it comes out...
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    [SOLVED] Re: piped output from ffmpeg is choppy

    I tried out all of the derivatives. The only one that I liked was "Ubuntu Gnome". But none are as user friendly as my 11.04 Ubuntu Studio. In any event I will try my command on 16.04 with current...
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    [SOLVED] Re: piped output from ffmpeg is choppy

    Yes, I have a 16.04.1 partition. I absolutely hate the desktop that comes with it. I use the 11.04 because I have compiled a lot of software in there and don't wish to upgrade it because it ruins...
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    [SOLVED] piped output from ffmpeg is choppy

    It is the official ffmpeg. I entered the following command: "ffmpeg -f mpegts -i /dev/video1 -c copy /media/LinWork2/VidRecord-6.mp4 -f mpegts -c copy - | ffplay -f mpegts -s 1920x1080 -" It works...
  11. [SOLVED] Re: VirtualBox Guest Additions fails on Ubuntu 16.04 desktop guest

    Yes, I marked it as solved. I noticed your link. :)

    Also, it was your other thread that led me to the resolution to the problem. Also, QIII helped by keeping me away from unnecessary tedium of...
  12. [SOLVED] Re: VirtualBox Guest Additions fails on Ubuntu 16.04 desktop guest

    I can't see where to mark this thread solved, but it IS solved.

    Let me give a rundown. It was simple. If you read the different posts you'll see there are TWO host computers involved: an Ubuntu...
  13. [SOLVED] Re: VirtualBox Guest Additions fails on Ubuntu 16.04 desktop guest

    BTW, is it possible to get the current VirtualBox source and configure/make/install it in my 11.04? Or does it have a bunch of requirements that I can't get?
  14. [SOLVED] Re: VirtualBox Guest Additions fails on Ubuntu 16.04 desktop guest

    I know it's out of support. I have built a version of Lives on there with every codec enabled -- compiled and installed with all the requirements. It is my video editing OS. To upgrade could ruin...
  15. [SOLVED] Re: VirtualBox Guest Additions fails on Ubuntu 16.04 desktop guest

    QIII,

    Thanks for the clarification. That and with what Halogen says I think I've got some things to work on tonight. Thanks for reading and helping on these boards. :)
  16. [SOLVED] Re: VirtualBox Guest Additions fails on Ubuntu 16.04 desktop guest

    Thank you Halogen. I edited my original post to say my other computer is duplicate hardware but the host OS is 11.04 and VirtualBox is 3.3?? A 12.04 guest works fine on both computers. I will read...
  17. [SOLVED] Re: VirtualBox Guest Additions fails on Ubuntu 16.04 desktop guest

    QIII,

    Thanks for answering. First let me point out that I edited my original post a bit to clarify that the duplicate computer I refer to is identical hardware but has Ubuntu 11.04 host OS and...
  18. [SOLVED] VirtualBox Guest Additions fails on Ubuntu 16.04 desktop guest

    I know, this question's been asked before. But I couldn't see one that has my exact problem. Ubuntu 12.04 desktop host with Vbox 4.4xx and Ubuntu 16.04 desktop guest. When I run the Vbox guest...
  19. Can I copy a driver module from a newer kernel into an older kernel?

    If I find the driver mod in my 12.04 partition kernel, can I copy into older 11.04 partition kernel (and the firmware) and modprobe to install the newer mod into the older kernel? I want to keep...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Sound card with spdif in

    No takers? Still looking for sound card with S/PDIF input that is supported in Ubuntu.
  21. [SOLVED] Re: no such device [UUID]; no such disk; you need to load the kernel first

    Yep, I tried all of the above and it just won't boot. Even boot-repar to install grub to MBR of sdc didn't work. So I gave up and am cleaning out sda, deleting all but sda1, creating a new primary...
  22. [SOLVED] Re: no such device [UUID]; no such disk; you need to load the kernel first

    So if I want to get the 512-byte boot loader from sdc1 what "dd" command would I use to get it? Does the fact that in the other drives the first partition starts at 63, but on sdc the first...
  23. [SOLVED] Re: no such device [UUID]; no such disk; you need to load the kernel first

    I've attached a boot-info report from boot-repair. The ONLY thing I see that I might want to question is the start point of sdc1 partition which is where the problematic Ubuntu is installed. There...
  24. [SOLVED] Re: no such device [UUID]; no such disk; you need to load the kernel first

    I'll check into it all. And I'll get some listings to post. Thanks. :)
  25. [SOLVED] Re: no such device [UUID]; no such disk; you need to load the kernel first

    The SATA drive is a 1TB drive divided into 4 partitions: part 1 = 85GB EXT4 where the problematic Ubuntu is installed, part 2 = 85GB NTFS, part 3 = 85GB NTFS, and the rest of the drive (885GB) is...
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