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    I have recently installed Ubuntu Oneiric on a...

    I have recently installed Ubuntu Oneiric on a laptop and have run into a similar issue. I checked the battery level immediately after I got the message that the power level is critically low and it...
  2. I get this kind of message when I change the...

    I get this kind of message when I change the timezone or just have some brisk time change on my machines. I am almost sure it's not your problem, but this may at least give some direction, I hope.
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    My bad, I've never thought that learning Linux...

    My bad, I've never thought that learning Linux with Windows applications is ever done by anybody :-)



    Hm, thank you for the example :-) Never tried anything like that :-)
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    Could you please reproduce the exact formulation...

    Could you please reproduce the exact formulation of the task?

    The '#!'-expression ('shebang') can only be located at the beginning of a script file and is used to set the interpreter which will...
  5. I see. On which FUSE filesystem are you trying...

    I see.

    On which FUSE filesystem are you trying to create the hardlinks? Again, I am not all an expert with FUSE, but, basing on [tahoe-dev] Does fuse supports hard links ? and Issue 46 - s3fs -...
  6. First of all, I will assume that you mean inode...

    First of all, I will assume that you mean inode instead of lnode ("eye-node" instead of "el-node").

    Would you please elaborate on what hardlinks you are trying to set up and and which are the...
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    This seems to be an incomplete message :-) Do you...

    This seems to be an incomplete message :-) Do you maybe mean that you've done a regular update? If so, do you remember the command you used to do the update?

    And again, can you see the GRUB menu...
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    How about changing the default ALSA sound device?...

    How about changing the default ALSA sound device? (This looks useful: FAQ026 - ALSA wiki). This should work independently of whether it is possible to use the BIOS to disable a device on this...
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    How did you upgrade your kernel? Did you build...

    How did you upgrade your kernel? Did you build it yourself?

    Tell us whether you can see the GRUB menu with a list of Red Hat kernels when before your new kernel attempts to boot.
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    I still insist on you reading this Wikipedia...

    I still insist on you reading this Wikipedia article: De Morgan's laws - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia . It is most surely going to help you out of the situation you are describing. It's okay if...
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    Check this out: De Morgan's laws - Wikipedia, the...

    Check this out: De Morgan's laws - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The essential snippet:


    NOT (P AND Q) = (NOT P) OR (NOT Q)
    NOT (P OR Q) = (NOT P) AND (NOT Q

    In your case P is string ==...
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    Depending on the nature of files you want to...

    Depending on the nature of files you want to sync, Git may actually be helpful. If you have text files, you may be able to use a Git hosting to store the files online. Your server will have to...
  13. This is the shorter way to do it: ntfs-3g...

    This is the shorter way to do it:

    ntfs-3g /dev/sda1 /mediaFileMount
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    As far as I remember, restarting a daemon is...

    As far as I remember, restarting a daemon is often implemented as stopping it and starting it again. Sometimes something is also done in the middle, between stopping and starting; I don't know how...
  15. Open a terminal window and type the following...

    Open a terminal window and type the following command:

    cat /etc/fstab
    Show us the output of this command.

    Then do the same (i.e. show us the output) for

    fdisk -l
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    Adding just a tiny bit of clarification: Package...

    Adding just a tiny bit of clarification: Package management - openSUSE :-)

    I've skimmed through this article; apparently, it contains all the necessary information. Also, some googling told me...
  17. I am not sure I have ever seen such a value...

    I am not sure I have ever seen such a value stored anywhere.

    However, all software mixers I have seen (including Alsamixer - ALSA wiki) provide at least two volume controls: master and PCM. 100%...
  18. The way UNIX/Linux usually treat partitions is...

    The way UNIX/Linux usually treat partitions is different from the Windows approach. You may consider taking a look at this document: General overview of the Linux file system .

    In short: to...
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    Use the FS variable in the initialisation section...

    Use the FS variable in the initialisation section to change the separator: Field Separators - The GNU Awk User's Guide .
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    Why so? I don't remember how it was in Ubuntu...

    Why so? I don't remember how it was in Ubuntu 8.04, but on my Ubuntu 10.10 the volume level does affect the volume of the login sound.



    I wouldn't believe that Ubuntu 8.04 stores its login...
  21. If the system is a non-critical desktop system,...

    If the system is a non-critical desktop system, I'd recommend reinstalling the OS. As a partial solution you may considering investigating the ownership settings of the corresponding directories and...
  22. I have just a minor remark that Nautilus is...

    I have just a minor remark that Nautilus is employed in the default GNOME desktop. If you have icons like Computer, Trash on your desktop, Nautilus is up and running.
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    According to Bonding Ethernet Interfaces in Linux...

    According to Bonding Ethernet Interfaces in Linux , interface bonding is handled by the kernel itself, which means that simulating a failure should be an in-kernel feature, too. While such...
  24. Let me throw in my twopence. If you want to use...

    Let me throw in my twopence. If you want to use a socket in two threads, you absolutely must set it up before spawning the second thread. Otherwise you get an ugly race condition (Race condition -...
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    Good to hear! :-) May your server have the...

    Good to hear! :-) May your server have the longest uptime!
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