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FBulovic

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  • FBulovic
    RE: Programming C++ and C#
    Probably best C++ IDE on Linux would be Eclipse or NetBeans. But that would be programming C++ and Java.
    Link to this post 31 Jul 09

    Probably best C++ IDE on Linux would be Eclipse or NetBeans. But that would be programming C++ and Java.

  • FBulovic
    RE: Grub Loading
    If you can mount offending partition from live CD (Places -> xyz GB Media) then commands are: cat /media/disk/etc/fstab cat /media/disk/boot/grub/menu.lst Looking at file output it is not likely that you will manage to do that. BTW file output should contain some ext3 sections as well /dev/sdb5: Linux rev 1.0 ext3 filesystem data, UUID=ed2467b9-9778-41ae-8d72-24fd421a4348 (large files) /dev/sdb6: Linux/i386 swap file (new style), version 1 (4K pages), size 1486003 pages, no label, UUID=1ceb41fc-9133-4fe8-9776-74a02072b63 Any recent hardware chages or win32 disk optimization operations?
    Link to this post 25 Jul 09

    If you can mount offending partition from live CD (Places -> xyz GB Media) then commands are:

    cat /media/disk/etc/fstab
    cat /media/disk/boot/grub/menu.lst

    Looking at file output it is not likely that you will manage to do that.
    BTW file output should contain some ext3 sections as well

    /dev/sdb5: Linux rev 1.0 ext3 filesystem data, UUID=ed2467b9-9778-41ae-8d72-24fd421a4348 (large files)
    /dev/sdb6: Linux/i386 swap file (new style), version 1 (4K pages), size 1486003 pages, no label, UUID=1ceb41fc-9133-4fe8-9776-74a02072b63

    Any recent hardware chages or win32 disk optimization operations?

  • FBulovic
    RE: Grub Loading
    Boot from live CD, check https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/grub/+question/66606 http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=981371 check cat /boot/grub/menu.lst and sudo fdisk -lu (or cat /proc/partitions) let us know what is outcome. Check BIOS settings, hardware problems ...
    Link to this post 24 Jul 09

    Boot from live CD, check

    https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/grub/+question/66606
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=981371

    check cat /boot/grub/menu.lst and sudo fdisk -lu (or cat /proc/partitions) let us know what is outcome.

    Check BIOS settings, hardware problems ...

  • FBulovic
    RE: Trouble with partitions
    You can install gparted and modify third partition. If you like experimenting with partitions it may be good idea to practice install process using KVM or VirtualBox for a while. Othervise only "case of a crash or any sort of disgrace" is possible due to hardware failures - then no additional partition will help.
    Link to this post 22 Jul 09

    You can install gparted and modify third partition. If you like experimenting with partitions it may be good idea to practice install process using KVM or VirtualBox for a while. Othervise only "case of a crash or any sort of disgrace" is possible due to hardware failures - then no additional partition will help.

  • FBulovic
    RE: how to lock folder ?
    Maybe GUI would be easier. Right click folder and select properties, now pick tab called permissions. Adjust permissions how you like it for all three groups eg read only. Optionally apply permissions to enclosed files. To learn about chmod in terminal execute man chmod. For example chmod 0777 path is allow everything and everybody. Try some combinations like chmod 522 path Use ls -l path to see what is outcome.
    Link to this post 16 Jul 09

    Maybe GUI would be easier. Right click folder and select properties, now pick tab called permissions. Adjust permissions how you like it for all three groups eg read only. Optionally apply permissions to enclosed files.
    To learn about chmod in terminal execute man chmod.
    For example chmod 0777 path is allow everything and everybody. Try some combinations like chmod 522 path
    Use ls -l path to see what is outcome.

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