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  1. Re: How to start up with Bluetooth and Wi-fi disabled?

    Here's the log.
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    Re: OpenGL and NEStopia

    Hi everyone. Just wanted to reply so that this thread is able to be viewed by other people. Yes, it seems that the NEStopia included with Ubuntu 16.04 is actually the Undead Edition, version 1.47-1,...
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    Re: OpenGL and NEStopia

    richard@richard-iMac:~/Coding/wrap$ glxinfo | grep OpenGL
    OpenGL vendor string: X.Org R300 Project
    OpenGL renderer string: Gallium 0.4 on ATI RV530
    OpenGL version string: 2.1 Mesa 12.0.6
    OpenGL...
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    OpenGL and NEStopia

    Hello everyone. I've just installed Ubuntu 16.04 MATE on an iMac5,1 that has a Radeon Mobility X1600 video chipset. NEStopia runs, but when I attempt to run a "ROM", it quits unexpectedly. I've run...
  5. How to start up with Bluetooth and Wi-fi disabled?

    Hi, all. I'm on 64-bit Ubuntu 16.04 LTS MATE.

    My computer has Bluetooth and Wi-fi hardware. But I want it to start up with those items disabled. How do I do this?

    Richard
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    How do I remap the keyboard?

    Hello everyone. Please shift this if I'm posting in the wrong forum.

    I have 64-bit Ubuntu 16.04 LTS MATE running on an iMac5,1. I'm attaching a photograph of my keyboard. Under...
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    [ubuntu] Update: Please ignore

    Hi, everyone.

    Just for the sake of completeness, I'll add that testing the NIC with Realtek's own diagnostic utility in Windows shows that the NIC hardware is faulty. So it's not an Ubuntu...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Realtek RTL8111/8168B in Ubuntu 10.04

    I added the line "r8168" to my /etc/modules. Now I get:


    richard@richard-desktop:~$ lsmod | grep r81
    r8168 161151 0
    r8169 34108 0
    mii ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Realtek RTL8111/8168B in Ubuntu 10.04

    Hi,

    It appears to be installed. However, if I reboot, it's no longer installed. How do I make it stick?

    Also, it doesn't appear to be working. When I turn off my wireless connection, I have...
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    [ubuntu] Realtek RTL8111/8168B in Ubuntu 10.04

    Hi everyone. I'm on 32-bit Ubuntu 10.04. On Windows, my NIC works perfectly. On Ubuntu on the same machine, it doesn't. lspci gives:

    04:00.0 Ethernet controller: Realtek Semiconductor Co.,...
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    Sticky: Re: Desktop Hardware Incompatibility List.

    Hewlett-Packard Deskjet 2000 printer, brand new.

    I have a desktop PC that dualboots Ubuntu 10.04 and Windows 7. When it is running Ubuntu on the metal, the printer will not print. (Ubuntu...
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    [ubuntu] HP Deskjet 2000 on Ubuntu 10.04

    Hi, everyone. I have a new HP Deskjet 2000 plugged in via USB. I'm on 32-bit 10.04. When I go System->Administration->Printing, I see a printer icon that is marked "HP-Deskjet-2000-J210-series". ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Fresh Installation

    Liberty,

    Sorry to hear about the problems you're having.

    Firstly, don't go buying new hardware. There is nothing wrong with your hardware. The Apple employees are trained to regard these...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Snow Leopard and Ubuntu 9.04

    Seems like a good idea.

    It might be simpler to delete your existing Linux swap partition altogether. Let your Snow Leopard DVD do its job. Then let the Ubuntu installer create a new Linux swap...
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    [all variants] Re: Batt Life: It Sucks!

    I also confirm this issue on my MacBook.

    There's a theory that it has to do with the fact that even after installing Mactel packages, Ubuntu has no ability to modify the voltage going to the CPU,...
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    [all variants] How do I focus a particular window?

    Hi,

    I'm trying to play various Half-Life 1 games (including Counter-Strike) under wine.

    There is a known bug whereby when Half-Life 1 starts under wine, it does not gain the focus and so it...
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    [all variants] How do I bind a command to a key?

    Hi,

    I want to bind a command to a key - so say when I press F1, the command "kill 123" is executed.

    Is there a way?

    Richard
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    [all variants] Package intel-microcode

    Hi,

    Is the package intel-microcode a good thing to install? I'm surprised that such a package is not installed by default but instead in multiverse. If I were to install it and microcode.ctl,...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: How to revert to standard xorg packages?

    Yes, I have. It doesn't work. My xorg.conf doesn't have much in it usually anyway, so there's nothing much for it to fix.

    Richard
  20. [ubuntu] Re: How to revert to standard xorg packages?

    I sometimes get the startup sound, and I usually get a mouse pointer, but there is never any graphical display.

    I can boot to a recovery mode, though, at my kernel selection screen, and get to a...
  21. [ubuntu] How to revert to standard xorg packages?

    Hi, all.

    In an attempt to adopt the latest intel video drivers, I installed all of the packages from the xorg-edgy PPA. Now my X won't boot at all. #-oI do have a backup but since I'm going to be...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Bless Linux Parition with no OS X installed?

    Yes, that will work.

    In fact, if you have a firewire cable and Firewire on both of the machines, you could boot her computer as an external hard drive (hold down T when booting it up) and boot off...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: Macbook2,1 wireless detects but doesn't connect

    I have the same problem with my MacBook2,1, with the wireless setup able to view all available wireless routers but often unable to connect. I am almost always able to solve it by restarting the...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Bless Linux Parition with no OS X installed?

    You can only bless a partition from within OS X. You need to get your hands on an OS X installation. It could be any - any OS X CD or DVD, or get someone to copy their OS X partition onto a USB key...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: how to make external hd talk to OSX and linux?

    In general, FAT32 files are limited to 4 gigabytes. If you want to work with large files, you'll need a workaround or a different file system type.

    Your user and group need to be the same on OS X...
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