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This bug is already reported at: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/883646. You can mark yourself as affected by clicking on the yellow icon besides the text Does this bug affect you?, and then clicking on Yes, it affects me. A workaround is suggested here, which suggests plugging a USB 2.0 device in the USB 3.0 port during startup. ...


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If you are a home user and using samba purely for file sharing from a server or NAS you’re probably not interested in sharing printers through it. If so, you can prevent this error from occurring by adding the following lines to your /etc/samba/smb.conf: printing = bsd printcap name = /dev/null Restart samba: /etc/init.d/smbd restart …check your logs: ...


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This is explained in the release notes for Precise: By default, the 12.04.2 point release will ship with a newer 3.5.0-23.35 Ubuntu kernel from Quantal, and a matching X.org stack. This is based on the 3.5.7.2 Extended Upstream Stable Kernel Release...The purpose of providing a newer kernel in the 12.04.2 point release is for hardware enablement. ...


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I played with the lightdm.conf (the one located at /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf not the one in /etc/init/) and got the auto login working for me: [SeatDefaults] user-session=mythbuntu allow-guest=false autologin-user=your username greeter-session=mythbuntu-lightdm-gtk-greeter Think that the greeter-session needed to be updated for mythbuntu.


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for "regardless of being logged in," you'll need to edit your /etc/network/interfaces file... http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=263136 That link describes the process pretty well... iface wlan0 inet static address 192.168.1.15 netmask 255.255.255.0 wireless-essid my_essid gateway 192.168.1.1 pre-up wpa_supplicant -Bw -Dwext -i$IFACE ...


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When you are logged in and connected to the network, right-click the Network Manager icon. (It should be in the upper right of the screen.) Click "Edit Connections..." Find the connection you want to make available without login. Click it and click the "Edit" button. Make sure the "Connect automatically" and "Available to all users" boxes are checked. ...


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Different applications can make use of different "sound systems". For some applications, you can choose the sound backend at run time (e.g., via a preference setting); for other, this has to be a compile-time choice (therefore, it's up to the package maintainer to select one). Applications that come in the main Ubuntu repository have been compiled with ...


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The Mythbuntu team provides updated MythTV versions though the MythTV-Updates repository for Ubuntu (and by extension all Ubuntu derivatives). This can be done by adding the Mythbuntu-repos package that is available here.


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How do I install Ubuntu 11.10 and MythTV client on my Lenovo S12 (Intel Atom) laptop and use it using WiFi? I did this because the upgrade from 11.04 bricked the laptop. Note that the partitions on the Lenovo standard disk were already in place for this installation. Also note that my LAN is setup for fixed IP addresses. Downloaded and burned 11.10 ...


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Install the necessary prerequisites. You have the following 2 options: If you already have a DHCP server on your network do the following: sudo apt-get install mythbuntu-diskless-server tftpd-hpa If you do not have a DHCP server on your network do the following sudo apt-get install mythbuntu-diskless-server-standalone tftpd-hpa Edit the tftp ...


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How are Mythbuntu and MythTV related and what are their major differences? Mythbuntu is the official operating system based on Ubuntu. MythTV is software that acts like a PVR (personal video recording) system. It is not limited to Ubuntu but can be used on Fedora called MythDora. What are the definitions of a frontend and backend in the case of ...


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You can get it to work: Back up /usr/share/mythtv/metadata/Movie/tmdb.py Grab the updated version of tmdb3.py from: https://raw.github.com/MythTV/mythtv/983bb0e4353d361f6c54f0de0c0db683b8d3be1d/mythtv/programs/scripts/metadata/Movie/tmdb3.py Save it, overwriting /usr/share/mythtv/metadata/Movie/tmdb.py Delete ~/.mythtv/pytmdb3.cache to clear out old values ...


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A few things you try Verify you don't have gnome-screensaver installed apt-get remove gnome-screensaver You could remove xscreensaver apt-get remove xscreensaver You can also check in /home/USER/.xsession-errors and see if there is anything indicating why it may be broken (it's dying when trying to start). A quick search shows an older post from ...


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Install compizconfig-settings-manager using the following command. sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager What are some of the issues with ccsm and why should I not use it? Go to Ubuntu Unity plugin and set the option for Hide launcher to auto-hide. Then, go to Workarounds and check the box for the option Legacy Fullscreen Support. This ...


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Three options for you, ranging from manual-but-easy to manual-and-need-a-doctorate (in that progression). 1. Don't use DHCP. Allocate a static IP in your router (so it doesn't give that IP to another device) and then configure Ubuntu to use that static address. You can do that either with Network Manager (if you're using that) or by editing ...


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The way we do the repos is by MythTV major version number, and the command to add it would be apt-add-repository ppa:mythbuntu/<MythTV Version number> So for 0.26 it would be apt-add-repository ppa:mythbuntu/0.26 Note that any point releases (such as 0.26.1) would still be the 0.26 version.


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AVI is a container, not a video codec. What you need to do is figure out what video/audio codecs the video is encoded in, then install them. You can use something like mediainfo (not installed by default) to find out the codecs. To install mediainfo, use apt-get install mediainfo then use it on the file via mediainfo <video file>


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Discovered the problem. For some reason, under Setup -> Media Settings -> Videos Settings -> File Types, the entry for avi in the Extension: field had Use default player checked on. I unchecked it, and then in the Command: field, I put in Internal. Absolutely every other file type uses "Internal", so I assumed that was normal. Now it works. I ...


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OK, for me I found that editing the .mythtv/lircrc file was the answer. I had to append a "key_" in front of all the button = keyname lines. e.g button = Up becomes button = key_Up hope that helps.


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Early versions allowed blank root password. Newer versions set root password to the main user login password during the install.


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I can not talk about MythBuntu, because I have no experience with it, but, as far as the other three go, they are essentially the same core operating system with a different graphical user interface. Ubuntu is using Unity as it's core graphical user interface experience, Lubuntu is using LXDE and Kubuntu is using KDE (The K Desktop environment). Those ...


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I would say that Mythbuntu is the most straightforward way to get MythTV and a full desktop environment, as it already comes with the lightweight XFCE desktop environment. Straight from the source: Mythbuntu uses the XFCE desktop. All unnecessary standard Ubuntu applications such as LibreOffice, Evolution, and a full Gnome desktop are not installed in a ...


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It is not in the Ubuntu manpage for touch but the exit status for touch are: 0 The touch utility executed successfully and all requested changes were made. >0 An error occurred. The touch utility returned the number of files for which the times could not be successfully modified. So the 1 is the amount of times touch failed to execute. Most likely you ...


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Compare the list of enabled plugins in both instances (Edit > Preferences > Extensions). In particular, check whether "Mass Storage Media Player Support" is enabled.


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You could do it by using the command-line notification tools. Install the package 'libnotify-bin' on all of the systems on your network, which provides a tool called 'notify-send'. Install the ssh server on all the systems on your network and make sure they are configured to allow passwordless ssh logins (see ...


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For 11.04 and newer Use compizconfig-settings-manager sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager from a terminal (CTRL+ALT+T), then run it from the dash, just open dash and type ccsm and then goto the Unity plugin and in there you can choose panel opacity to 0. It's the best I can suggest without disabling compiz, and therefore unity. How can I ...


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I just now found out (thanks to your sleuthing) that a temporary solution is to port forward with ConnectBot. Port Forwarding is a bit tricky, there's a menu entry, "Port Forwards", that shows up once you're connected. You should also be able to get to it by "long pressing" a host before you connect. This Port Forward screen is empty. To add entries to it, ...


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Can't say I have the same problem, however it seems similar: On atom box running latest 12.04.1 ubuntu kernel. When boot up I exit frontend. and then go to control-centre. Open it and select Infrared control and remotes; I select Android and then apply - it says nothing to do (this is OK). I then leave control-centre in this state (it seems there is a bug ...


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To confirm if this is a pulseaudio issue, I would temporarily disable pulseaudio: echo autospawn = no|tee -a ~/.pulse/client.conf && killall pulseaudio Then in MythTv - Utilities/Setup - Setup - General change your Audio settings to ALSA:default To revert to pulseaudio: change the value of autospawn=no to autospawn=yes in ~/.pulse/client.conf ...


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If your box stopped, crashed or you switched it off etc. - it is feasible one of the mythconverg tables got corrupted - in which case you need to run mysqlrepair mysqlrepair -u mythtv -p mythconverg It will ask you for a password - which you can find in the .mythtv/mysql.txt file.



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