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    [kubuntu] Re: No internet via Linksys router

    Yes, it is.
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    [kubuntu] No internet via Linksys router

    Kubuntu Feisty Fawn

    When I plug my Windows laptop into my router, it can connect to the internet. And my Xbox360 picks up the internet as well. But my Linux unit won't. It appears on the network,...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Slingbox in ubuntu

    So is the SBcore.dll also needed? I'll try them out when I get home from work. Thanks.
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    [kubuntu] Slingbox in ubuntu

    Kubuntu Feisty Fawn

    I tried using these instructions for getting SlingPlayer to work. I was able to install it (using wine), but got the following error(s) when trying to run it:
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    [all variants] Re: video editing software

    Thanks. I'll try that out.
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    [all variants] video editing software

    I'm looking for a very, very simple video editor. All I need it to do is merge videos, and if possible, cut and paste. Is there a program like this available for ubuntu? I had been using ArcSoft...
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    [all variants] Re: open file from command prompt

    Yup, that was it. I probably should know that by now. Thanks.
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    [all variants] Re: open file from command prompt

    Thanks everybody, I got a display back. Afterward, I tried running the command given me to revert (cp /var/backups/xorg/xorg.conf.2008-05-04-20:33:12 /etc/X11/xorg.conf) and it said permission...
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    [all variants] Re: copying files at the terminal prompt

    Oh, that makes sense. Thanks for your help.
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    [all variants] Re: copying files at the terminal prompt

    Wow, I definitely don't understand any of what the 'fdisk' command said. Firstly, it started with "invalid option -- 1". Anyway, I'm trying to use the HP Digital Drive that came with my laptop, or...
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    [all variants] Re: copying files at the terminal prompt

    Or I could also use a memory card. I just don't know what the path is for either.
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    [all variants] Re: copying files at the terminal prompt

    Is there a way to know what it's called when it mounts? Is it just 'removable disc"? My problem is I can't see anything but the command prompt because I messed up the video driver settings (I...
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    [all variants] Re: copying files at the terminal prompt

    OK, thanks, that worked great. Now what about copying to a USB drive or burning it to a CD? Is that something that can be done? I need to get it off the messed up PC so I can view it on a...
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    [all variants] copying files at the terminal prompt

    I accidentally altered driver settings and I have no display within kubuntu. All I can get to is the terminal. There is a file I need to copy to another folder (my first step toward fixing the...
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    [all variants] Re: open file from command prompt

    I'm really new to this. In attempting to reconfigure, should I go with 'vesa' (that's what I read somewhere)? Or should it be nv or nvidia? Also, after doing so, how do I save changes and exit out...
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    [all variants] Re: open file from command prompt

    nano /my/directory/myfile

    I saved it as a file in that openoffice program. Would that still work?

    sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg

    Is this to reconfigure the display/driver setting that I...
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    [all variants] open file from command prompt

    Okay, so I was trying to enable 3D acceleration and I followed the instructions on this site, culminating with the command "sudo nvidia-glx-config enable." When doing this, it gave me a command to...
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    [all variants] Re: nvidia 3d acceleration issue

    Okay, I have learned how to get into the command prompt. Can anyone help me with what I need to type in order to revert my driver setting back to what it was? A reversion command was provided to me...
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    [all variants] nvidia 3d acceleration issue

    Kubuntu Feisty
    nvidia gforce

    I'm very new to linux, and I was hoping to get 3d acceleration to work for several games I'd like to run. Anyway, I consulted this site...
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    [kubuntu] nvidia has given me a major problem

    Kubuntu Feisty
    nvidia gforce

    I'm very new to linux, and I was hoping to get 3d acceleration to work for several games I'd like to run. Anyway, I consulted this site...
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