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Nov
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comment Where should I install personal python modules
Thank you, and no, site-packages is a location that the documentation suggested as a location to install modules.
Sep
13
comment exports in .bashrc not working
@Braiam Thanks. Fixed in software.
Sep
13
comment exports in .bashrc not working
Thanks. Should .bash_profile source Ubuntu's .profile since it has a comment saying if .bash_profile exists it won't be sourced?
Sep
13
comment exports in .bashrc not working
@Salem I've added some sample output. The .bashrc` script simply contains the line $(python $HOME/.prefix/.path.py)
Sep
13
comment exports in .bashrc not working
Oh...where should that script be then?
Jan
3
comment Can't SSH or Samba on LAN with IP address
Disabling the Windows firewall did not help, and the switch does not have any firewall.
Sep
19
comment Xorg becomes unkillable at 3AM
After I saw the line about ASIC hang I started googling and found some similar pages. One person suggested disabling Catalyst AI. We'll see if that helps.
Sep
19
comment Xorg becomes unkillable at 3AM
Thanks for the response, that's interesting that you don't have any problems. I'm using an HD 5770, the large fan is the only reason I don't want to switch to the open source drivers ( fan runs too fast in open source drivers ) seeing as this is an always on computer in my apartment. I built 12.6 a few days ago, before that I was just using the package from Ubuntu repos.
Sep
19
comment Xorg becomes unkillable at 3AM
I was about to report that nothing happened out of the ordinary in the log around that time, as in the only cron jobs happening happen every half hour, but then I noticed a kernel dump about 20 minutes after the crash pastebin.com/MTuxRVS2
Sep
19
comment Xorg becomes unkillable at 3AM
Until I reboot, the keyboard and mouse are totally unresponsive when it is happening so I usually reboot as soon as I notice. The longest I think I've ever left it is 18 hours though.