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GoinEasy9

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  • GoinEasy9
    RE: Unable to connect Wireless
    In NetworkManager, checking "Connect Automatically" and "System Connection" starts my ethernet and wireless connections at boot.
    Link to this post 19 Nov 13

    In NetworkManager, checking "Connect Automatically" and "System Connection" starts my ethernet and wireless connections at boot.

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: xerox workcentre 5655
    Try looking here: http://ftp.xerox.com/support/workcentre-5645-5655/downloads/enus.html?operatingSystem=linux&fileLanguage=en
    Link to this post 19 Nov 13

    Try looking here:

    http://ftp.xerox.com/support/workcentre-5645-5655/downloads/enus.html?operatingSystem=linux&fileLanguage=en

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: notebook freeze when in desktop mode
    You need to explain more. When and what exactly were you doing when the desktop froze? What video card are you using and how much memory does your laptop have. It's hard diagnosing a problem when the only clue we have is "the OS is always freeze". Also searching the end of /var/log/messages might give you a clue as to what's failing.
    Link to this post 19 Nov 13

    You need to explain more. When and what exactly were you doing when the desktop froze? What video card are you using and how much memory does your laptop have.

    It's hard diagnosing a problem when the only clue we have is "the OS is always freeze".

    Also searching the end of /var/log/messages might give you a clue as to what's failing.

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: Steam for Ubuntu
    I really like what Valve is doing with Steam. I'm really curious to see what this turns into. http://store.steampowered.com/livingroom/SteamOS/
    Link to this post 24 Sep 13

    I really like what Valve is doing with Steam. I'm really curious to see what this turns into.

    http://store.steampowered.com/livingroom/SteamOS/

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: convert video files
    ffmpeg is the program that you need. If your not comfortable with the command line, WinFF is said to work well, though, I've never used it. It is said that "audacious" and "audacity" also use the ffmpeg backend.
    Link to this post 18 Sep 13

    ffmpeg is the program that you need. If your not comfortable with the command line, WinFF is said to work well, though, I've never used it. It is said that "audacious" and "audacity" also use the ffmpeg backend.

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: help installing RPM on RHEL 5.9
    It looks to me like it's telling you that the package you're trying to install is 64 bit. uptimeagent-6.0.0-1.x86_64 is looking for 64 bit versions of GLIBC If you're trying to install uptimeagent, look for the version that has i386 in it name.
    Link to this post 18 Sep 13

    It looks to me like it's telling you that the package you're trying to install is 64 bit.

    uptimeagent-6.0.0-1.x86_64 is looking for 64 bit versions of GLIBC If you're trying to install uptimeagent, look for the version that has i386 in it name.

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: monitor has a message input not supported Brand New Dabian 7.0
    It might help if you included the type of monitor along with what video card you're running. Getting an a answer requires a bit more info.
    Link to this post 18 May 13

    It might help if you included the type of monitor along with what video card you're running. Getting an a answer requires a bit more info.

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: no sound
    Have you checked to see if your volumes have been turned up after the install? Have you checked your PulseAudio settings to see if the audio is pointing to the correct hardware? The only time I've had problems with sound is when something is not configured correctly.
    Link to this post 18 May 13

    Have you checked to see if your volumes have been turned up after the install? Have you checked your PulseAudio settings to see if the audio is pointing to the correct hardware? The only time I've had problems with sound is when something is not configured correctly.

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: Ubuntu update problem
    Log in as root, or use sudo to complete the task. It would also help to see what you did to bring up this error. Showing the error without the command is not going to get you accurate answers.
    Link to this post 18 May 13

    Log in as root, or use sudo to complete the task. It would also help to see what you did to bring up this error. Showing the error without the command is not going to get you accurate answers.

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: How to change system calls with modules ?
    Just in case there's still interest: http://syprog.blogspot.com/2011/10/hijack-linux-system-calls-part-i.html His Blog Archive shows a part 2 & 3.
    Link to this post 24 Mar 13

    Just in case there's still interest:

    http://syprog.blogspot.com/2011/10/hijack-linux-system-calls-part-i.html

    His Blog Archive shows a part 2 & 3.

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