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In theory, this should work: http://www.liberiangeek.net/2010/11/enable-file-sharing-windows-xp-ubuntu-10-10-maverick-meerkat/ As you're technically connected to the same network, the samba share will show up on both devices. But both operating systems are basically unsupported now. I recommend upgrading ASAP. Extra Info: ...


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That's very easy. Boot a linux live CD. Any Linux live, doesn't matter. Run fdisk -l in a terminal as root to find out which are your partitions fdisk -l returns something like: Disk /dev/sda: 240.1 GB, 240057409536 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 29185 cylinders, total 468862128 sectors Units = sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size ...


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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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Running Ubuntu 14.04, I was having similar problems and couldn't get it working using the above solutions. In the end I found my answer here. a) I ran this command aptitude search postgresql|grep ^i in terminal and got the following results back: i postgresql - object-relational SQL database (supported i A postgresql-9.3 ...


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For others looking (googling) for this issue check that if you run: chkconfig |grep httpd you get httpd 0:off 1:off 2:on 3:on 4:on 5:on 6:off else do: chkconfig httpd on (sorry on ubuntu chkconfig equivalent is update-rc.d see Chkconfig alternative for Ubuntu Server?)


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I installed using winetricks $ sudo apt-get install winetricks $ winetricks dotnet40 Copy the file they say in dotnet40 to download to the folder they say $ cp gacutil-net40.tar.bz2 ~/.cache/winetricks/dotnet40/gacutil-net40.tar.bz2 Run winetricks again $ winetricks dotnet40 Then run your apps with wine $ cd .wine/drive_c/Program.../App $ wine ...


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home --> .config --> Google --> GoogleEarthPlus.conf. Also set this entry: [Render] ... GuiFontFamily=DejaVu Sans GuiFontSize=12 ... GuiFontWeight=70 in this GoogleEarthPlus.conf Any changes in this file don't work, but the fonts with Arial work. Does anyone know how to change the font to a readable font, but ...


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You can try typing pactl -- set-sink-volume 0 100% in terminal and change 100% to your desired boosting percentage. The 100% is the default unboosted volume; you can boost it by changing it to 200% for example. If it doesn't work then try typing pacmd list-sinks; you should see a list of "sinks" with numbers. Change the 0 in the command to the sink number ...


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I found a simple hack. Open guake. Open all the workspaces (Super + S). Drag guake terminal from one screen to another. Open the desired screen. This works for me always on Ubuntu 13.10. To adjust the size, just close and open guake again by pressing F12.


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You can use autorandr. Auto-detect the connect display hardware and load the appropiate X11 setup using xrandr or disper Automatically select a display configuration based on connected devices See also: Using Autorandr for Undocking Goodness in Linux A tool for automatically applying RandR configuration when external display is plugged in How ...


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You can use autorandr. Auto-detect the connect display hardware and load the appropiate X11 setup using xrandr or disper Automatically select a display configuration based on connected devices See also: Using Autorandr for Undocking Goodness in Linux A tool for automatically applying RandR configuration when external display is plugged in How ...


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Since this question asks about tools like VirtualBox, I can confirm that Unity runs on VMware Player 4.0 and beyond.


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Try to download and install the following packages from trusty (2.2.5-1), choose the ones for your architecture (amd64 or i386): http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/bluefish http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/bluefish-data http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/bluefish-plugins Install the three deb files that you'll get like this: sudo dpkg -i ./bluefish*.deb ...


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When you resize your swap it changes the UUID name in /etc/fstab. If you don't have a label (/dev/sda5 for example) in your /etc/fstab file it will not recognize the new swap. As it explains in the fstab file, using UUID is more robust in some cases (obviously not in this one). Unmount the swap drive and copy it's UUID: >sudo swapoff -av swapoff on ...


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to check the health of a SSD For Ubuntu, Mint, or Debian based distributions # apt-get install smartmontools The Media_Wearout_Indicator is what you are looking for. For 100 means your ssd has 100% life, the lower number means less life left. # smartctl -a /dev/sda | grep Media_Wearout_Indicator To show your sdd information # smartctl -a /dev/sda ...



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