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    There are also some application specific settings...

    There are also some application specific settings if that doesn't do it.

    In Firefox preferences, there's the applications tab. In Nautilus, if you right click a file type and open the properties...
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    Can you ping 192.168.42.112? How about your...

    Can you ping 192.168.42.112? How about your ISP's DNS server?

    My guess would be you're relying on your ISP's DNS servers for name resolution, but the client at 192.168.1.11 is trying to get the...
  3. ntp.org: Home of the Network Time Protocol...

    ntp.org: Home of the Network Time Protocol
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    It sounds like a default route issue, then. I...

    It sounds like a default route issue, then. I don't know if you care which chip you use (probably not if it's not a server, or interfacing with one intensively), but you should be able to get it...
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    I don't think AMD has support for the 2.6.23...

    I don't think AMD has support for the 2.6.23 driver that ships with Gutsy, yet. Did Canonical hack in compatibility?
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    First make sure the nvidia driver is selected in...

    First make sure the nvidia driver is selected in the restricted drivers manager.

    If that isn't an issue, try moving the xorg.conf to xorg.conf.bak

    Don't copy it, move it.

    Then log out and...
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    Can you ping your router? How about 72.14.205.99...

    Can you ping your router? How about 72.14.205.99 (a google ip)?
  8. Thread: Gnome vs KDE

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    The easiest way is to just install Kubuntu. You...

    The easiest way is to just install Kubuntu. You could install the kubuntu-desktop meta package, but it kind of tacks it onto Ubuntu as an afterthought that way. If you want to run Gnome with KDE...
  9. On the very last screen of the installer before...

    On the very last screen of the installer before installation starts there's an 'advanced' option which will allow you to choose. Right now it's probably (hd0) or (hd1) for the MBR of the first or...
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    Gentoo guide w/ Fedora note at the bottom...

    Gentoo guide w/ Fedora note at the bottom

    I agree on Fedora, it's really not designed for server usage. Anything from Debian, CentOS, SLES, Ubuntu Server, or even Arch would be more suitable. I...
  11. Problem solved, all I had to do was disable ipv6.

    Problem solved, all I had to do was disable ipv6.
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    Thanks, I can't believe how much the forum has...

    Thanks, I can't believe how much the forum has changed. Congrats on the mod status, by the way.
  13. Yeah, it seems it's very rare, I've only found...

    Yeah, it seems it's very rare, I've only found the one other instance so far in that bug report I linked. But I have two machines doing it, I think it must be network related.
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    I actually had this problem with the latest...

    I actually had this problem with the latest release. I'm not entirely sure this is what caused it, but I went back and forth with the package selection and partition mounting steps in the installer...
  15. I found a bug report, if anyone is interested. ...

    I found a bug report, if anyone is interested. See it here.
  16. can't install Firefox extensions in 7.10? anyone else?

    Alright, this is pissing me off. I convinced a client to give Ubuntu a go since her daughters can't seem to grasp the whole virus concept. So I just installed Gutsy and absolutely can not install a...
  17. Thread: oss stuff

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    Well, Gentoo must have some initscript section...

    Well, Gentoo must have some initscript section for users. What's the command to start oss, soundon or some such? You should be able to just add that to rc.local, or whatever it is in Gentoo. It's...
  18. Come to think of it, Arch also has libtrash in...

    Come to think of it, Arch also has libtrash in the repository which does much the same.
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    I would be using the proprietary version from...

    I would be using the proprietary version from opensound.com You have to pay for support, and to remove a nag when you load the module, but it has software mixing, better hardware support (oss/free...
  20. Thread: oss stuff

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    soundconf should come with the OSS driver...

    soundconf should come with the OSS driver package. Unless you're using oss/free which has been deprecated in the kernel? Try an slocate or read the included docs, I don't remember where the oss...
  21. sorry, just a joke It's a secured version of...

    sorry, just a joke

    It's a secured version of rm which thwarts data recovery by writing over the file before deleting it.

    I'm glad you got your data back, I haven't been so lucky in the past.
  22. You really should consider switching to srm ;) ...

    You really should consider switching to srm ;)

    pacman -Ss srm
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    It might be a Nexuiz problem with it's ALSA...

    It might be a Nexuiz problem with it's ALSA related code. You could try setting the game/sdl to use oss and then starting it with "aoss nexuiz", or whatever it's command is. That will enable oss...
  24. Thread: Need a new ps

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    I've never heard of them, so I consider them a no...

    I've never heard of them, so I consider them a no name and I wouldn't risk it. As you've seen, a power supply isn't something to skimp and take chances on.

    But hey, it's your choice.

    Oh, a...
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    Try running 'alsactl names' as root, and then...

    Try running 'alsactl names' as root, and then reading /etc/asound.names to get some insight on naming conventions. You should be able to use dev=default or dev=default:0 for most things, or you...
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