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I have found that you can simply carry over the .deb files on a usb and use dpkg -i to install them. This worked perfectly for me!


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To cycle through your list of sound devices, use the following script: #!/bin/bash declare -i sinks=(`pacmd list-sinks | sed -n -e 's/\**[[:space:]]index:[[:space:]]\([[:digit:]]\)/\1/p'`) declare -i sinks_count=${#sinks[*]} declare -i active_sink_index=`pacmd list-sinks | sed -n -e 's/\*[[:space:]]index:[[:space:]]\([[:digit:]]\)/\1/p'` declare -i ...


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The default gedit font in Ubuntu 10.04 was 'DejaVu Sans Mono', and its size was 10pts.


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If you are looking for Ubuntu 11.04 ISO, you can find it here: http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/releases/11.04/


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Ubuntu 11.04 Page link: http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/releases/11.04/ Ubuntu 11.04 - Desktop X86-32 Direct link: http#://old-releases.ubuntu.com/releases/11.04/ubuntu-11.04-desktop-i386.iso Ubuntu 11.04 - Desktop X86-64 Direct link: http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/releases/11.04/ubuntu-11.04-desktop-amd64.iso Ubuntu 11.04 - Server X86-32 Direct link: ...


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You may have to install the package libnss-winbind to be able to find windows computers by hostname. Simply installing winbind may not work. See answer.


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Did you update the system after installing it ? Maybe you did not install the decoder plugin. Try after installing SMPlayer (It plays almost all of the files out there) or VLC (the same goes for this one too). And try to get a new version of Ubuntu. Ubuntu 14.04 is going to be released on 17th Apr. You can get this or get 13.10.


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you can check if your server is affected: http://filippo.io/Heartbleed/#«yourserver.tld» Response to above post... You are basically convincing people to expose their vulnerability to some unknown remote site... "filippo.io" - sounds damn legit...


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Bruteforce would be the blacklisting of the wifi-kernel modules: dmesg | grep atheros (or whatever in your pc) or lsmod look for that driver/module in /lib/modules//kernel/drivers/wireless/... create a blacklist file "no-wireless.conf" in dir /etc/modules.d, containing # blacklist wifi blacklist [a blacklist line for each name of your wifi modules eg. ...


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Do I need to upgrade my openssl? No. Ubuntu Security Notice USN-2165-1 7th April, 2014 openssl vulnerabilities A security issue affects these releases of Ubuntu and its derivatives: Ubuntu 13.10 Ubuntu 12.10 Ubuntu 12.04 LTS There is no mentioning of 10.04 so it is not affected. These kind of messages always list all the supported and ...


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Download, burn and install Lubuntu from an alternate install disk. You will find all the information needed here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Lubuntu/Alternate_ISO


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I was facing trouble accessing my sftp server. The ftp user was not able to loggin to sftp from another server. (Solaris - Openssh). I commented the "dns" entry in the nsswitch.conf and the issue resolved. Thanks Arun Janardhanan ( IBS Software Services )


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you can check if your server is affected: http://filippo.io/Heartbleed/#«yourserver.tld»


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Answer by @Alaukik works great but as mentioned by Oli in his answer if the wine is installed without a package then following answer : sudo apt-get remove wine rm -rf $HOME/.wine rm -f $HOME/.config/menus/applications-merged/wine* rm -rf $HOME/.local/share/applications/wine rm -f $HOME/.local/share/desktop-directories/wine* rm -f ...


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The version in 10.04 is too old to have the vulnerability, no action is needed over the heart bleed bug.


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Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) Boot was enabled in my BIOS. After disabling it, I could boot from the 10.04 CD / DVD. Media and burn had no impact.


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Below command will show you the list of installed packages which has an update available in the repositories. dpkg --get-selections | xargs apt-cache policy {} | grep -1 Installed | sed -r 's/(:|Installed: |Candidate: )//' | uniq -u | tac | sed '/--/I,+1 d' | tac | sed '$d' | sed -n 1~2p


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Usually those VPS providers only support certain versions of your OS with Plesk, etc. I run into exactly the same problem as you some time ago. After upgrading from the command line nothing worked and reading through the support documents I found out that the version I wanted to use was not supported and I had to go back to a backed up version. Ubuntu opens ...


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I've been digging through the Lucid Bind9 package and I think Bind9 uses /var/log/syslog as its default log. If the /etc/init.d/bind9 is crashing with an error that outputs, I'd hope it shows up there. If it's crashing before it can close, your only option might be running it manually (rather than the service). You'll need to pick through the $OPTIONS that ...


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On Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS it is as easy as: $ sudo mount /dev/sr0 /media/cdrom To unmount, type: $ sudo umount /media/cdrom


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from a commandline; python FILENAME.py then just enter. Then you should get an installation screen.


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A quick Google shows a few people struggling with the older versions of Moodle. And looking at a package search for moodle, 10.04 ships a pretty ancient version. There's almost certainly value in dumping the package version (with sudo apt-get purge moodle) and grabbing the official version from moodle.org. This will mean you'll need to go through the ...


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This isn't how DNS works. For websites (and their servers) here's how things work: User punches in askubuntu.com Browser requests a resolution from domain name to IP from the operating system's networking stack This trickles through to the registrar which links to the nameservers for the domain The nameserver provides an IP back along the chain for the ...



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