Need help to connect ubuntu bluetooth and Adhoch with android phone
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 14, 2011
i wonder how to send file with bluetooth from ubuntu to android phone
because normaly when i try to send a file from my ubuntu bluetooth it's need to matches code
but in android phone, i confuse how to match it because it's not available notification to fill that code
i try to continue and when in my android phone i click ok, in my computer it's give error
'conection refused (111)'
and my ubuntu adhoc can't detect by my android phone
how to solve 2 my problem? tq
Need help creating an advanced shutdown script for powersaving?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 2, 2009
My NAS box is a power-hungry beast (Ubuntu 8.10 - p4 3ghz 4GB ram, 3x250gb RAID5, 200gb OS), and while I know I could go out and buy a readymade NAS, what would be the fun in that?, and I could also build a VIA or ATOM based system to do simple NAS tasks and replace the power-hungry p4, that would cost money, and I am trying to pinch-a-penny in these economic times...
So I usually leave the NAS box on 24/7 but I am starting to feel bad about that, and my electricity bill is making me feel it
But I need to leave the NAS on at night because it is my media server for my TV's (XBMC)...
So I created 2 crontab lines:
Help requested regarding Ubuntu 13.04 on Samsung Ativ (500T)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 9, 2013
I am attempting to install Raring Ringtail on my Samsung Ativ SmartPC, and I am having issues with it. I extracted the contents from the ISO onto my usb (using ISO2USB), and then I try to boot from the USB thumbdrive (right swipe, change PC settings, general, advanced startup). After selecting my USB device, the screen goes dark, and the activity light on the USB thumbdrive starts blinking, but only for about a second. The system then shuts off, and boots into windows 8.
Upon investigation I read that the maximum storage space supported on a thumbdrive is only 4GB; I had been using a 16GB. I then deleted the partition on the USB device and created a new one, only being 3.5GB. This leaves me with the same result.
Note: Secure boot has been disabled, for I have read that it causes issues.
Any help would greatly be appreciated, for I have spent A LOT of time trying to figure this out on my own. I had no idea that M$ made a once simple process, so incredibly complicated.
need help in installing ubuntu on hp mini 1103007tu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 27, 2011
hey i want to install ubuntu on my hp mini 110-3007tu.
can any one suggest me which version will be best for me to install on my netbook.
specification of my netbook is:
Intel(R) Atom(TM) Processor N455 (1.66GHz, 512KB L2)
+ Intel(R) Graphics Media Accelerator 3150
1GB DDR3 System Memory (1 Dimm)
160 gb hdd.
i am currently using window 7 on this system.
does ubuntu support window 7 drivers or i have to search for all the drivers for linux????
is there any one who installed ubuntu on hp mini 110. does it create any problem or works fine???
where do i find drivers for my netbook.
[if its in wrong section mods please move it, since i am new here i found this category most relevant to my question]
Need Help Setting My Ubuntu Machine Up as Syslog Client
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 25, 2015
I recently placed a Cisco 2651XM as my gateway router and I'd like to set up rsyslog on my ubuntu machine to receive syslog messages. I'd like to have the messages going to a separate file to make for easy viewing.
Could someone walk me through setting this up in Ubuntu 14.04?
Cheers, Beers & Thanks,
Need Help With Grub Ubuntu Not Booting
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 8, 2011
I haven't used my Ubuntu desktop in a while (due to having no place to put it). Now that I have a desk to use, I wanted to get it hooked up to the internet and get it working....
While I was doing that, my computer seemed to start acting weird.. So I tried to do a reboot.
Now whenever I boot it's a constant cycle of Memtest86+. It does not allow me to exit out. However, I can get to the command line. When trying to boot from the command line it gives me Error 8: Must load kernel first (something to that effect).
I've tried a live CD and USB with Ubuntu on it and I've tried the boot repair file. However, I cannot seem to access either of them.
Any help will be greatly appreciated. (:
Need help creating VERY LIMITED user accounts
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 24, 2009
I am putting together a system for the kids (3 and 5) and guests. I am just about to go live with this system, but there is one last thing that I am having trouble searching a good tutorial for, and that is user creation with defined permissions or a lack of permissions as the case may be. I would like to create for the kids an account that has no write permission to prevent the fifteen "untitled folder"s on the desktop (or deleting, say /etc) and for the guests that will prevent them browsing the file system.
Basically I want to create accounts that can use some programs like Gcompris for the kids and Firefox for the guests and nothing more.
Need help in installing Ubuntu Page 2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 2, 2014
If you're removing a Linux distro from a dual-boot with Windows, you need to remove the Linux bootloader first, then delete the Linux partition. Never used 7, but in XP this was done by booting up the XP install CD, getting the recovery console, and running fixmbr (or something like that). Best thing, find out how to do that in 7.
Need help in installing Ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 29, 2014
Hi guys !
I have been using ubuntu 14.04 in an usb .And finally I have made my mind to install it along with windows 7.I have not installed any distro before.Just tried them in a VM.
When I went for installation I got some options like
1)Installing it along with other os.
2)Erase everything and install ubuntu.
3)Try something else.
As I said I want to dualboot ,so I can not go for option (2).I tried to find the answer in google.Some guy in the net suggested to choose option (3) and create a a root,a home and a swap partition and then install the os.
So guys please please guide me and tell me choosing each option exactly does what ?
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Need help creating mount points for my external hard drive in fstab file.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 7, 2015
Ok, here's my problem I connected my external hard drive to my modified chrome-box with Linux Lite 2.4 installed on a single partition.
I then went to see if the external hard drive got registered in /etc/fstab and it didn't. What I'd like to do is write two entries in fstab for the two partitions that are in the external hard drive so that every time I connect this device it mounts where it should without messing up the system. The reason I want to do this is because for a good while the external hard drive was hooked to the chrome-box and every time I turned on the chrome-box with the external hard drive connect it would boot. What happened then ? Well the minute I turned on the chrome-box without the external hard drive connected to it the system would hang at boot. I wasn't aware of that at that time and so I was trying to find out why it was doing that why ? As a result I posted two threads on the Linux lite forum about two different errors I was getting behind t
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