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Make sure you set up the DNS servers too. You can verify if your connection is alive at all by pinging any IP address instead of host name. Try: ping 8.8.8.8 That's an IP address of google DNS servers. If that can be reached it's almost for sure DNS configuration that's bad.


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Network UNCLAIMED means there is no driver available for your device and since it is a new install, I would like you to install the updates and reboot sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade If lshw -c net still shows "Network UNCLAIMED" after that then we can install backports, enter one line at a time into terminal wget -N -t 5 -T 10 ...


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I've found the same issue on a fresh install of 14.04 without MySQL on Hyper V (Win8). As with 12.04, switching to static memory fixed the problem.


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Since this is an old report with no accepted answer, I'll suggest testing current versions of dcraw and ufraw. At least the latter should have improved Fuji X support by now (>0.20).


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I have experienced the same problem with 27" 2560x1440 monitor connected by DVI. The solution was to use cvt -r 2560 1440 reduced blanking option '-r' and not to write desired frame rate.


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What does a rfkill list shows? If the wifi interface is in soft blocked state, you could try a sudo rfkill unblock all or sudo rfkill unblock <device name>.


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Start Ubuntu Software Center. From the top menu select the Edit menu item and then the Software Sources... menu item. This brings up a dialog box: Select the Other Software tab. On the Other Software tab dialog, click the Add... button A dialog box will come up: Copy the "deb ... precise main" line into the Edit box in the dialog and click the Add ...


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Jacob Vlijm's python script was very useful. I am sharing a shell script to do this if someone may find it useful. #!/bin/sh ls -d ~/.gconf/desktop/gnome/keybindings/*/ if [[ `echo $?` == 2 ]]; then shortCutNumber=0 else shortCutNumber=$((`ls -d ~/.gconf/desktop/gnome/keybindings/*/ | tail -c 3 | head -c 1`+1)) fi echo -e ...


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Take a look at this AskUbuntu Question. Basically, you should also disable screen locking in power manager settings If you are not using power manager, you can try to comment out line LOCK_SCREEN=TRUE in /etc/default/acpi-support


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The device currently is mounted on /mnt. That's what the bold line in the output of (probably) df -h says. So just open your file browser and go to the root. In Nautilus (the standard file browser of Ubuntu) just click on "Computer" in the navigation on the right. Then open the folder "mnt".


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To put it simple, you obvoiusly wrecked your bootloader big time. How you did it, I don't know, but I can give you directions how to fix it. Get an Ubuntu live CD an chroot into your system. And yes, I strongly suggest you check, how to boot another device, like the DVD-rom. In most BIOSes you press something like F5 or F8, or ESC, ENTER. Chroot means, ...


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The command used to setup mon0 monitor interface should be enough to force monitoring that channel 11. sudo airmon-ng start wlan0 11 But your interface wlan0 seem already connected to an access point. So wlan0 is on that AP's channel 5. I suppose you have already get a note when starting mon0 similar to this one: Found 5 processes that could cause ...


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Open /etc/lightdm/users.conf in a text editor and add the administrator user name to "hidden-users", reboot and you're done.


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The Desktop sharing command line tool is called: vino-preferences Just another suggestion, There is a command line tool also called > Open a Terminal and type: rdesktop-vrdp If you need to install it type: sudo apt-get install -y rdesktop-vrdp


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When you make your VirtualBox VM, make sure that the Hard Drive is set to SATA Slot 0, or IDE Slot 0, that may be causing this. Also install using the defaults from the CD, and it should not have a problem. If it says "No Root System", that means you need to go to the partition part of the installer and make a root partition SLASH / For example: / <-- ...


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In 12.04 it's called 'Desktop Sharing' if you're searching for it from the Ubuntu dash, or you can access the same setup dialog from a terminal by typing vino-preferences.


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Open the Windows disk utility and make sure that it is a "basic disk". If you create more than 4 primary partitions, it automatically converts to "dynamic disk", which Ubuntu doesn't support. You will need to remove some partitions to get it back down to 4 in order to convert it back to a basic disk.


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well by "erase and use the entire disk" it means the virtual hard disk created before proceeding with the installation xD not the Hos Computer actual HD ! Thanks to http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/130922-linux-install-windows-7-virtual-machine-using-virtualbox.html !(http://i.imgur.com/RHIDZb3.png?1)


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Install this stuff instead of macfanctld. Macfan has error while reading sensor. https://github.com/dgraziotin/Fan-Control-Daemon.git


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Sometimes it will still want to use Chrome or even another browser. I used this trick and it worked good for me. sudo gedit /usr/bin/webhttrack Then there I search the line: BROWSEREXE= and change it to BROWSEREXE="firefox" Then I search for: SRCHBROWSEREXE="x-www-browser www-browser iceape mozilla firefox icecat iceweasel abrowser firebird galeon ...


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Try: sudo apt-get install cups-daemon which starts a printing server that takes care of printing for us. I started getting this after installing libcups2, I think it uninstalled the above package. A symptom of this is that the sudo service cups start should fail as the package is not present.


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Ok, so you can solve this in two ways: If you want to access your website through 192.168.0.100/mantis/admin/install.php then all you have to do is: mv /var/www/mantis /var/www/html/ If you want to access your website through a specific alias like 192.168.0.100/MantisPortal/install.php then you have to do: sudo nano ...


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I had a similar problem, printing through a CUPS server (also running Ubuntu). The solution to my problem was to remove the printer and re-install it on the client machine.


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unplug in your ethernet cable and run the following commands from an open terminal: sudo mkdir /etc/NetworkManager/connections-backup sudo mv /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/* /etc/NetworkManager/connections-backup sudo service network-manager restart Plug the ethernet cable in. Click on the network-manager icon on your desktop panel to open the ...


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You can list all applications producing sound by using pacmd list-sink-inputs. You'll get a list of indexes with indented details per source. Then you'll want to look at the "state" field. If it is "RUNNING", then it's playing sound. Directly below, you'll find "sink", which is which output it's playing to. Underneath, you'll find a "properties" field which ...


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I've learnt how to manually update Firefox, which solved the problem. I can visit any site. As I've stated before, I'm completely new to Ubuntu and Linux... working with this sort of code especially. It was a bit overwhelming fresh out of the Ubuntu gates. Thanks


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Have found this, although there is no answer about what makes sublime behave like this. In short, use -w argument. As for the second question, I think you are looking for a PATH environment variable. Here is some info.


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After an initial install, run: sudo apt-get update Then additional packages like flex and bison should be available.


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All you have to do is make sure that it gets linked with the right libraries. The real bug is in the pgkconfig file for gtk2. So all you have to do is open it as root and add -lgobject-2.0 to the list of libraries. Then rerun configure, make clean and then make all and it will work perfectly.


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You can install CodeBlocks using following command: sudo apt-get install codeblocks


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read from your syslog: the device seems to emulate a CD drive which delivers windows drivers. there are ttyACM devices. Did you try /dev/ttyACM1 and 2 instead of ttyUSB0?


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You should try this then. It can be configured to your needs. Normally it is for Internet Cafes, but your use case description is pretty similar to that.


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12.04 is supported till April 2017, so I also will be using it on my old PCs till then for its 2d desktop. Will probably go Lubuntu then.


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This happens if iptux runs in background, see the system monitor. If iptux is running, change the hide value from "true" to "false".


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Press windows key and type user in the search box which will list Users and Groups. It will open the Users Settings interface. You can change permissions for individual users by clicking on the user and then click on advanced settings. In Change Advanced User Settings interface, select the User Privileges and choose your own restrictions for the user. You ...


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This works only partially From rsync man page: [..] --delete delete extraneous files from dest dirs [..] --ignore-existing skip updating files that exist on receiver [..] Example: % ls ~/tmp/A 123 456 % ls ~/tmp/B 456 % rsync --recursive --ignore-existing --delete ~/tmp/A/ ~/tmp/B % ls ~/tmp/B ...


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Yes, --delete and --ignore-existing options of rsync will work together. Here is a test (check the modification times especially): :~/foo$ ls -l -rw-rw-r-- 1 user user 0 Mar 27 14:38 egg.txt -rw-rw-r-- 1 user user 0 Mar 27 14:38 ignore.txt -rw-rw-r-- 1 user user 0 Mar 27 14:38 spam.txt :~/bar$ ls -l -rw-rw-r-- 1 user user 0 Mar 27 14:40 ignore.txt ...


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If you're using Ubuntu 12.04, you are still in support, see: https://insights.ubuntu.com/2011/10/21/ubuntu-12-04-to-feature-extended-support-period-for-desktop-users/ However, if you are using a variant such as Lubuntu, you will no longer be receiving security updates so ought to consider an upgrade. Of course, no-one will stop you using an out of support ...


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Actually, when we copy file to CD without burning process in Windows, we just copy the file to windows temporary folder. It will not be permanently written to the CD. Please correct me if I am wrong, but when you move the CD to other computer, the file will not be able to be opened or will not be exist on the CD. Therefore, it would be not absolutely true if ...


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According to the bug reported at Launchpad. The bug has been fixed in an updated version of Unity: 7.2.4+14.04.20141217-0ubuntu1. This fix should be included in 15.04 release as well.


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Thanks to some help from the [H], I was pointed to the fact that I'm using dynamic memory management in Hyper-V, and that it does not work so well with linux operating systems. http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1856145 https://lkml.org/lkml/2014/12/2/662


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Yes you can install both the server on the same server, it is just you need to configure different port for both the instances.


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In the Additional Drivers application, check for any drivers pertaining to STA and disable them. Open Terminal and enter the following command: sudo apt-get remove b43-fwcutter broadcom-sta-common broadcom-sta-source firmware-b43-installer firmware-b43-lpphy-installer firmware-b43legacy-installer bcmwl-kernel-source Now, enter the following commands: ...


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There should not be a problem, considering worst case; let us suppose it isn't working. Why don't you go for latest Firefox version and Ubuntu 14.01/14.10? Current version of Firefox is 36.0.1, check what version you have. [IMP]Also check you Clock, sometimes due to security & privacy issues, browser blocks the websites which do not match time.


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The bare minimum in sources.list is: deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ precise main restricted universe multiverse deb-src http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ precise main restricted universe multiverse Edit sources.list using: sudo -H gedit /etc/apt/sources.list Then run: sudo apt-get update You can find more alternative using Ubuntu ...


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Run chmod +x /path/to/android-ndk-r10c-darwin-x86_64.bin and make sure you haven't removed the file meanwhile accidentally.


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Test this: Open a terminal by hitting Ctrl+Alt+T. Run the following commands: sudo -i apt-get update apt-get dist-upgrade apt-get remove --purge libreoffice* openoffice* apt-get autoremove apt-get clean wget http://ufpr.dl.sourceforge.net/project/openofficeorg.mirror/4.1.1/binaries/en-US/Apache_OpenOffice_4.1.1_Linux_x86-64_install-deb_en-US.tar.gz tar ...


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Yes, it's normal... (sorry for not answering you in chat. It looked much more complex) See the official Ubuntu documentation on 12.04.5 + 14.04 Hardware Enablement Stack Policies and Procedures.


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With that article, you probably have a few issues - first you are downloading the 32bit version, so the 64bit version may suit you better. Secondly you may want to download a different locale if you don't use en_GB (the UK's one), you can get various versions from here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/openofficeorg.mirror/files/4.1.1/binaries/ This site ...


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My guess is that you have a broadcom wireless. You can test with the following command: lspci -vnn | grep Network If you have a broadcom card you should follow the steps here. -> Installing Broadcom Wireless Drivers Otherwise you should be able to find the drivers using additional drivers. Take a look here -> How do I install additional drivers?



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