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Try Cinelerra. Cinelerra is the most advanced non-linear video editor and compositor for Linux. Cinelerra also includes a video compositing engine, allowing the user to perform common compositing operations such as keying and mattes.Cinelerra To download click here. (Edit: or install on 12.04 with the following commands.) sudo apt-add-repository ...


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I was eventually able to solve this. I replaced the EFI/Microsoft/boot/bootmgfw.efi with the grub64.efi. I renamed the former to bootmgfw.efi.old and used grub to add a menu option to chainload into it. This implies that the firmware is hardcoded to look for the microsoft windows bootloader, and does not respect efibootmgr settings, or startup.nsh. That's ...


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I have a Xperia Sony Live with Walkman phone and i upgraded it into ICS 4.0 using official ROM. I has same problem and i found answer... You must set connectivity mode of your phone into mass storage mode (MSC). You can found this option through "Settings > Xperia > Connectivity > USB CONNECTION MODE > Change the option from MTP to MSC" Please notice that ...


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It's a known problem with the intel GMA 500 that your computer uses. The fix is avaliable in a ppa. To sum up, type in your teminal: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gma500/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install poulsbo-driver-2d poulsbo-driver-3d poulsbo-config and reboot.


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select USB Connection Mode,then choose : Mass Storage Mode(MSC) take a look for this step by step solution it worked for me


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This solved my problem on my Vaio vpceg: sudo gedit /etc/rc.local Place this above the exit 0 line: rfkill unblock wifi rfkill unblock all sudo modprobe -r acer_wmi


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Finally I found solution in this web: http://www.voip-x.co.uk/files/adam/ :D Thanks to "gokulvarma" -> with nomodeset I enter to console mode (tty). And I installed: linux-image-2.6.36-0-vaioz_2.6.36-0.1_amd64.deb linux-headers-2.6.36-0_2.6.36-0.1_all.deb linux-headers-2.6.36-0-vaioz_2.6.36-0.1_amd64.deb Thanks to Adam and Sony Vaio Z group, in ...


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First, you don't have two ESPs. An ESP is a partition with a partition type code of C12A7328-F81F-11D2-BA4B-00A0C93EC93B, which parted identifies as a partition with its "boot flag" set. Your output indicates that only /dev/sda3 has its "boot flag" set, so you've got only one ESP -- /dev/sda3. Under GPT, partitions can have names, and you've got two ...


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Same starting position here on a new sony vaio e series. Thanks Rod for your answer. Just in case someone needs a walkthrough, this is what worked for me: Installed ubuntu 12.04 from USB alongside win7. mounting /dev/sda3 from live-session copy EFI/ubuntu/grubx64.efi to EFI/Boot/ rename EFI/Boot/bootx64.efi to bootx64.efi.old rename ...


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Your system has nvida chips. So please install driver from Addtional Drivers (press Super / Win, and search for it). Reboot and see if it solves the problem. If above not working try following (but don't uninstall the driver) execute sudo gedit /etc/default/grub Change this line GRUB_CMLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash" to something like below ...


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Ok, I got to a different solution that should work for other laptops too, not only for VAIOs. Make sure that xbacklight and inotify-tools are installed, I just ran sudo apt-get install xbacklight inotify-tools . Configure the following script and save it as a bash script (for example, save it as backlight_control.sh), and give it executable permissions ...


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In your Xperia go to : Settings > Xperia > usb connectivity > usb connection mode Select Mass storage mode (MSC) > Press OK Then plug your phone with your SDCARD inside Thats it.


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From Encoding H.264/AAC in MP4 for the PSP: ffmpeg: -profile:v main -level 3 -x264opts ref=3:b-pyramid=none:weightp=1 Note that you are no longer using ffmpeg from FFmpeg, but avconv from a fork called libav. The example command is specifically for ffmpeg (the real one).


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Using the NetworkManager command line tool to enable wifi solved my problem: nmcli nm wifi on Seems like the NetworkManager believed that the hardware switch was turned off and dimmed the "enable wireless" due to that "wrong" information. However forcing to enable wireless with the command line tool worked.


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I haven't tested it (yet!), but apparently there's an Open Source version of "Content Manager" that has been developed for connectivity with the PlayStation Vita: QCMA Most of the users at that link claim it works for them, so I'm gonna test it out as soon as my PlayStation Vita is charged...


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The solution for me was to edit the /etc/X11/xorg.conf file. It's a problem with the graphics driver not the keymap. Open the file for editing and add the line Option "RegistryDwords" "EnableBrightnessControl=1" in the Section "Device" section as shown below. Section "Device" Identifier "Device0" Driver "nvidia" VendorName ...


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To boot a Sony VAIO from a USB stick you need to: Shut down Windows. Insert an Ubuntu LiveUSB Turn the laptop on using the "ASSIST" button (not the power button). Select boot from external drive. Then follow Ubuntu installation manuals.


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I have a Sony VPCEH notebook, I had the same problem. I tried this solution that worked for me: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2221452#6 Briefly: With root privileges, create the file /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/20nvidia.conf with the following content Section "Device" Identifier "Device0" Driver "nvidia" VendorName ...


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First, I recommend you disable Secure Boot. Although Ubuntu theoretically supports Secure Boot, in practice it sometimes causes problems. Given the way you installed, though, this step alone won't solve your problem. I have two recommendations for how to proceed: Download the USB flash drive or CD-R version of my rEFInd boot manager. You should be able to ...


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You can connect your SonyXperia phone to Ubuntu, just you need to do a few settings. At your Sony Xperia phone, go to settings, and then Xperia(tm). Tap on the Connectivity and then USB Connection Method. Choose MSC instead of MTP. You now have the capability to access your SD storage card. You can't access Internal Memory, however. If you don't have ...


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You can also try Lightworks. Another great option is Blender. Here is a good Video Sequence Editor Tutorial.


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No, Ubuntu for Android has not been released, so you can't install it.


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No. Ubuntu alongside android was not released. Most probably ubuntu edge going to be the first device (if the funding success). The closest one is available now is ubuntu touch. This is not alongside Android. It is complete replacement of android. Regarding support see What hardware will the Ubuntu Touch support? Ubuntu touch installation is possible only ...


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Yes you can connect it to Ubuntu with out any problems and It will usually detect as a Memory card that similar to Connecting your mobile SD card to Ubuntu system. You can synchronize them also. Here a list of best image viewers & by clicking it them you can find features. Alternative image viewer


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No issues at all, I can connect my SONY RX-100 and RX-1 directly with Ubuntu and use Shotwell to download photos or take the card out and put it in the card reader of my laptop to read the photos.


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This text was initially in Spanish. I worked in Fedora 17. You should open /etc/X11/xorg.conf. Must add the line: Option "RegistryDwords" "EnableBrightnessControl = 1" Example: Section "Device" Identifier "Device0" Driver "nvidia" VendorName "NVIDIA Corporation" Option "RegistryDwords" "EnableBrightnessControl=1" ...


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When you open your Ubuntu just connect it to internet and open 'Additional Drivers' application. Then it shows available graphics drivers for your system. You can install from there and it will be fine.


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Interesting bug. I would try using Alt-SysRq-T to see what tasks seem to be running, then file a bug based on that. It would also be interesting to know whether Alt-SysRq-B reboots it or not.


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I would advise going with a different mp3 player. A lot of people on the web seem to have issues with making the walkman interact smoothly with audio programs. If you want that particular mp3 player, here's how to make it work with ubuntu: http://ubuntu-virginia.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=866297 Otherwise, I'd recommend a generic used iPod ...



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