age of empires map/screen is black plz help
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 6, 2013
i downloaded aoe3 and everything works reasonably untill i start a game and everything appears but the game the map is black the the mini map works though. plz help
[SOLVED] Disk space df du quota
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 28, 2011
Some time ago I posted this thread:
Now I have similar weird problem. See below:
Mac OS X to XDMCP keyboard map
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 9, 2012
I am currently testing the ability to connect my Mac OS X to my linux installation via XDMCP. I already have XDMCP setup and am able to connect XQuartz to XDMCP with
'XQuartz -query 192.168.56.2 -once'.
However, the keymap is completely wrong... I have already searched on google quite a bit finding that many people have this problem without a working solution...
GUEMap compatible map editor in linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 11, 2007
I play inform text adventures from time to time and generally I make maps as I go along. Now in Windows, I use GUEMap2 which the author has now made freeware - but is there a linux mapping equivalent for linux? Even if it's just GUEMap file compatible. I use Frotz for any Zcode text adventures I play. It's so flexible.
But if anyone knows a good mapper tool - I would love to know. When I reference GueMap - I get all windows references but I was hoping to get a reference to a linux look-a-like or some a name to a native tool with a different name.
Virtualbox could not map shared folder from CentOS host
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 26, 2010
I have Virtualbox installed in CentOS 5.5 and an Ubuntu as Guest OS. I am having a problem of sharing host folder to guest.
I have done these already:
1. (HOST): VBoxManage sharedfolder add "ubuntu_vpn" -name "media" -hostpath "/home/username/media"
2. (GUEST): VBoxLinuxAdditions is already installed in Guest OS successfully
3. Reboot Guest OS
4. I try to use both commands:
[SOLVED] du says "cannot read directory" and "permission denied", but I have rwx permissions
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 14, 2010
I am running Karmic. du is giving me errors for folders in my home directory. The errors say "cannot read directory" and "permission denied". But I have rwx permission on those folders. I get the same errors when running du as root.
Here is a session demonstrating the error and that I do have access to the folders.
map network drive
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 20, 2012
On Windows if you want to add a network drive permanently, you just go to 'My Computer - Map Network Drive' and search. On Ubuntu I can only mount each time I log on. However this does not give media access unless I go through the files. Is there a way around this?
Map Network Drive Function For Ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 8, 2011
Hi LQ members,
I like to know if I can have the map network drive function that is in window in ubuntu.I have 2 ubuntu system in my local network workgroup.I like to map the harddisk that is in my "Dell" system to the other "Oem" system so that I can access it when the "Dell" system is shut down.May I know how should I go about doing it in ubuntu so that the "map network drive" function is available on both the system or on either system.
Automatically Map Network Folder with VPN Connection at Startup
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 27, 2013
I followed the steps in the following wiki to map my network drive:
When finished, I tested the fstab entry by issuing: "sudo mount -a". The network drive mounts just fine.
But, the problem is that the network connection does not reconnect when I restart the computer.
Also, when I run "sudo mount -a", I get the following error:
mount error(16): Device or resource busy
Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs)
Does anyone know what might be going wrong?
The one thing I was thinking is that maybe the fstab command is running before the VPN program (openVPN) establishes a connection with the remote server, so fstab tries to mount, but can't find the network folder because the connection hasn't been set up yet. I'm not really sure how to check this or if this is even the issue.
I am running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.
Thanks in advance - Bob.
Map network drives on Gnu/Linux Ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 10, 2010
I have browsed the web to see if there are any details on this. There are some posts but they seem to be older than Ubuntu all of them!
I would therefore like to hear if there is a way to obtain the "good old" MS "map network drive" functionality.
I would like it to be a pure Gnu/Linux solution that doesn't require Samba (if possible). My home setup is 2 Ubuntu 9.10 machines, 1 Ubuntu 9.10 Media PC and a Gnu/Linux-driven Popcorn Hour A-110 Media Tank.
My hope would be to have the 2 laptops ending up with two nice icons on the desktop that links directly to a folder on the PH-A110 and the Media PC.
I am at present able to go to Network and I see all the machines on my network. Reason why I am not happy with clicking and navigating is PURELY because it is less user-friendly.
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