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Ubuntu/Linux user since about 2005.

Current hardware:

Desktop: Ubuntu 14.04, Gnome Flashback, Intel i5, 4GB RAM, Nvidia GeForce 9600, dual monitor.

Laptop: Ubuntu 14.04, Gnome Flashback (no effects), Asus Zenbook, i5, 4GB RAM.


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comment How do I make files copied over the network from my Windows computer be owned by me?
Thank you for this response. I added the force user and force group lines, but it had no effect. Theres no [yourshare] area in the file, so I'm not sure what part of the file it needs to be placed in, if placement matters.
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comment Banshee and Rhythmbox crash when trying to connect Android device
Thank you for your help. After following your instructions, when I run android-connect, I get these errors. Also note, the quote marks you've got in your question should be ", not .
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comment Banshee and Rhythmbox crash when trying to connect Android device
@RohithMadhavan, Thanks for responding. I've added the output to the question.
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comment Why does Nautilus slow down every time I delete file?
@ph0t0nix, I'm not sure what you mean by filesystem, but ext4 maybe? I don't know what LVM or MDADM are. It's not an SSD. I haven't tried Unity yet, but I suppose I could give that a try sometimes when I don't have to use the computer for work.