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Jul
23
comment Lubuntu not booting without USB used to install it
Sounds like you installed the bootloader on the USB device, not the hard drive. If this is indeed the problem, when the system is booted up, grub-install should be all you need.
Dec
11
comment Wacom Graphics Tablet CTH-480 / CTL-480 Not Detected In Ubuntu 13.10
@Rmano Maybe, maybe not -- best to check the changelogs if you're unsure.
Nov
18
comment Wacom Graphics Tablet CTH-480 / CTL-480 Not Detected In Ubuntu 13.10
I can't speak for the package archive owner -- if he/she updates the wacom-plus ppa accordingly then yes you can follow the steps mentioned there -- but there is no 4th step I can see regarding PPA; do you mean the uninstalling/reverting to ubuntu packages? That should work.
Nov
18
comment Wacom Graphics Tablet CTH-480 / CTL-480 Not Detected In Ubuntu 13.10
A "personal package archive" - an additional source of packages you can tell your system to use -- I have added a dozen of them to get new versions of blender, a low-latency kernel, emacs 24, etc. for 12.04 -- read more about that in this article: makeuseof.com/tag/ubuntu-ppa-technology-explained
Nov
14
comment Wacom Graphics Tablet CTH-480 / CTL-480 Not Detected In Ubuntu 13.10
That should indeed be the case -- possibly not via regular updates , but involving a ppa -- in a timeframe comprised of weeks AFAIK
Nov
6
comment Wacom Graphics Tablet CTH-480 / CTL-480 Not Detected In Ubuntu 13.10
Neither the module nor the driver are large - give it a go at the weekend. Regarding Wacom: I think they simply don't want to be legaly responsible to provide support for the 200 distros out there - as far as I know at least some of the linux-wacom developers and especially the project founder are/were wacom employees. The reason for the 'delay' ATM is that they, as a policy, release new versions only when the necessary kernel changes are accepted upstream by the kernel devs. But the patches provided by jason are a 'quick hack' as he writes that make further changes to the kernel unnecessary.
Nov
16
comment How to use Verilog HDL on Ubuntu?
Ah - found mail.gna.org/public/ghdl-discuss/2012-04/msg00017.html; due to build issues ghdl is dropped from debian ATM, and therefor also in ubuntu as of 12.04; you might want to try to compile it yourself (and install it via checkinstall) - but talking/writing you through that is beyond what my time allows
Nov
15
comment How to use Verilog HDL on Ubuntu?
It is not a standalone product, but an eclipse plugin; install eclipse, then follow the instructions here: sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/veditor/…
Nov
8
comment Regarding ufw firewall
to restrict access to a single ip add ` from <IP>` to the ufw command; a more complete example: sudo ufw allow proto tcp from 192.168.42.84 port 5123
Oct
20
comment How to write Bash script What is the command to open a terminal with two different tabed terminals and execute some commands separately tabs?
I never heard the word "taped" in conjunction with "terminal" -- can you explain what a "taped terminal" is? Terminal in most cases refers to a terminal emulator or virtual console.
Oct
20
comment in ubuntu 11.10 IDE like dreamweaver for PHP with design mode
To set Kompozer up to handle php-files (at least locally), you apparently need an addon named HandCoder; maybe this post here: webgrrrl.net/archives/… helps you to get there
Oct
9
comment Restoring MULTIPLE MySQL databases from one file at the command line?
Then Unni and laurents answers are correct.
Oct
9
comment Restoring MULTIPLE MySQL databases from one file at the command line?
Did you take a look into the file? It should/could contain commands to create and switch to the databases as needed.
Oct
4
comment Lots of ram. How to use it?
Yes, it's nice not to run out of memory - absolutely worth it. Jumped to 8G on both machines (work/home) - just nice.
Oct
4
comment Lots of ram. How to use it?
buffered/cached portions of the ram are shown as free in most tools -- as they will be freed if needed; but linux will cache every file you access as long as it can. If the total amount of memory used in your machine, including buffers/caches, never reaches 50% -- you have too much RAM for what you do :-)
Oct
4
comment Lots of ram. How to use it?
preload AFAIU will preload during operation based on programs/files opened by the user; this simple approach will prolong boot time, but speed up load-time of just the wanted apps, nothing more.
Oct
4
comment Is it possible to save ssh password in remmina?
using the ssh-agent should work; ssh-add ~/.ssh/your_key; have a look look here: askubuntu.com/questions/61557/… and here askubuntu.com/questions/4830/…. HTH
Sep
19
comment Accessing network shares
Do you access the shares via smb on windows? If so, do the same on linux -- test with nautilus->Goto->Location 'smb://hostname/sharename'...
Sep
19
comment NFS won't mount on boot
Add auto the list of options (rw,asy...), that should do it
Sep
14
comment I cannot login into any TTYs
"or similar" normaly doesn't cut it; please post the exact error message you are getting.