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Hi! I use Ubuntu for general desktop computing, and I use an Ubuntu home server. I might just be able to help with some things. :) I'm a member of the Ubuntu Ohio LoCo. Hopefully I'll be able to help with some things.

https://launchpad.net/~drkokandy

http://wiki.ubuntu.com/drkokandy


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Jun
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revised Installing clonezilla ubuntu
Added pictures instead of links.
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20
suggested suggested edit on Installing clonezilla ubuntu
Jun
17
revised What are the new Nautilus (3.6) shortcuts in Ubuntu 13.04?
I'm adding the source back for attribution. Removing where I found it seems like theft, and I don't want that attached to my name.
Jun
2
answered Using Ubuntu for a NAS server
Feb
28
comment Deja-Dup Backup Failed - Invalid data - SHA 1 hash mismatch for file
Your comments about the lack of verification in deja-dup are appreciated. To think that 5% of your backup files were unreadable is pretty disturbing. I will look more into how to use duplicity from the terminal for backups. Thanks for the recommendations!
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accepted Deja-Dup Backup Failed - Invalid data - SHA 1 hash mismatch for file
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Sep
19
revised I can't find chromium on Ubuntu Software Center
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Sep
19
answered I can't find chromium on Ubuntu Software Center
Sep
18
comment Plex Manager can't read files on external HD (automonted)
@user193537 - Are you trying to view the videos on your Ubuntu machine or on another machine on the network? Either way, XBMC could be an alternative. XBMC is available in the Ubuntu Software Center or as a free download for other platforms. Within XBMC, you would just need to tell it to add the folder in the external drive (or its network location, if accessing from another machine) as a source of videos.
Sep
17
comment How do I add a network drive to Plex?
@JoeCallahan - The problem might be that it's mounting as root so only root can write to it - like this ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1409720 - we can try that fix. So enter in terminal sudo id user_name (where user_name is your usual username) . Your output should be something like this uid=1000(user_name) gid=1000(user_name) groups=... - take that UID and GID add them to the line in /etc/fstab, so it looks like //192.168.0.13/Plex /media/Plex cifs defaults,uid=1000,gid=1000 0 0 - if that still doesn't work, try using the UID and GID for sudo id plex
Sep
16
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Sep
16
answered Accessing Plex and Transmission remotely
Sep
16
answered Deja Dup does not ask for password for FTP, CIFS, WebDAV or SSH
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