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To summarize the above, here's what I did to get it to work: sudo apt-get install winbind sudo apt-get install libnss-winbind Edit /etc/nsswitch.conf and append "wins" at the end of the "Hosts" line


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Instead of changing that source code, you can try this script secLyricsForBanshee.sh, it has support for one site, but it can be changed to support more sites. It detects banshee and shows the current playing music lyrics. It could detect other music players also just need that to be coded there.


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GRUB as a Boot Manager You're thinking of GRUB as a boot manager, which is not wrong but is only part of its function. Boot managers are most useful when selecting between different operating systems. But in its capacity as a boot manager, GRUB also lets you: choose between different kernels manually specify kernel options (like nomodeset) run memtest ...


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I am literally raging right now!!! DO NOT USE sudo apt-get install -f Ok, the fix: Uninstall whatever you installed (along with any dependencies) Then issue the command in a terminal sudo apt-get install gdebi Wait for it to install. Then navigate to where your installation file is stored (.deb file) Then do gdebi [FILE NAME] Once completed you can now ...


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If you have access to a terminal type in sudo dpkg --configure -a Wait a while everything should be taken care of.


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You can login as admin, and click start->Control Panel->User account to change Windows 7 password, if this doesn't work, you can follow this guide: How to reset Windows 7 password


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Otuzbesli's answer works but for Ubunut 14.04 you need to install compiz-plugins. sudo apt-get install compiz-plugins


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Even in IDM (or Orbit or any other downloader), you need a link or the URL, which locates the resource and can be used to download the file from the remote server. If you have a link, you need a download manager (like how you used IDM). If your query is limited to downloading videos from the Web, you might want to get their links and use a download manager ...


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In order to download video streams from internet, you can use the site like Keepvid which provides free download service. You just need to enter an URL and hit "Download". There're even more sites similar to keepvid or even better and you should find a suitable one. And to download other files, I think the FlashGet is the right answer, you could search it ...


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synclient ClickFinger3=3 Found it here.


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You can find all the keybindings used by Gnome Shell at the dconf location org.gnome.desktop.wm.keybindings


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I am looking for Desktop application to backup my blackberry contact, messages, blackberry messenger and media of devices. I found some solutions like Upubantu LinBerry but don't know how successful is this in your case but you can give it a shot.


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You might want to look at backupninja. It's not graphical, but it provides a relatively simple format for scheduling backup jobs of various sorts, including duplicity.


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Remove the user from nopasswdlogin group sudo gpasswd -d <USERNAME> nopasswdlogin please refer to the following link http://www.tuxgarage.com/2012/07/disable-enable-passwordless-login.html


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If you enter the following command, it will works if you don't reboot your computer. echo 1 >/proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward once rebooted, the parameter will back to "0" Try the following command, and it will work even after you reboot. vim /proc/sysctrl.conf ' - uncommen "net.ipv4.ip_forward=1" sysctl -p now, even, when you reboot your machine, ...


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I had a similar problem with my intel i7 integrated graphics card: $ /usr/lib/nux/unity_support_test -p Error: GLX is not available on the system It turned out some nvidia packages got installed somehow: dpkg -l | grep nvidia After removing every package with "nvidia" in it, it worked again.



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