Well. My problem is: http://www.stud.fit.vutbr.cz/~xhorak28/index.php.iso-8859-1?page=WizardPen_Driver I had installed the driver. When i press a button on pen, it makes a dot in KolourPaint, but i cant move the cursor by the screen. What`s wrong? xorg.config: Section "InputDevice" Identifier "tablet" Driver "wizardpen" Option "Device" "/dev/input/event2" Option "TopX" "836" Option "TopY" "1633" Option "BottomX" "32629" Option "BottomY" "32745" Option "MaxX" "32629"
Urgently need help in the form of setup procedure for connecting Ubuntu to 1) Bigpond cable broadband & 2) Optus DSL broadband.
I've been meaning to post this for about a month now and am just finally finding the time. I had such a time getting this installed that I thought someone migh benefit from my searches.I needed to get our linux servers (running Ubuntu 6.06) into our nightly backups. We had them doing manual copies of certain things to a windows machine and backing up that, but obviously, that's not optimal. The problem is, the backup software we were using (Veritas BackupExec 10) is only supported on Suze and RedHat, so their technical support couldn't help me.Here is a step by step of what needs to be done:
Here are two links I found EXTREMELY helpful
when i try to configure the eth card the computer freezes.i select system,admin,networking.The networksettings dialog box opens. The top selection says wireless connection, rao not configured. When i click on properties as instructed the computer freezes. It is a Linksys wireless adapter.I got the ubuntu software in a book by Keir Thomas. I am a newbie.Thanks in advance,Joe
I just joined the Ubuntux community and this is my first message. So, "hi!" to everybody. I just bought my new laptop which is -as you see- Acer Travelmate 2420. For people who are thinking of a bargain price, it has a very good value of USD 600. It has built-in wi-fi capability with 1.9 GHz Intel Centrino. Mine has the ipw2200 wireless chipset, some of the notebooks in this series has Atheros chipset. Regarding the notebook, it has pre-installed Linux options, but I couldn't find one in my country [Turkiye]. Accepting the EULA does not matter, since it is preinstalled, you have to pay the price [ridiculous but it is a "take it or leave it" situation]. Knowing that I paid the price and the hard disk will be "fdisk"ed in a couple of minutes, I accepted the EULA and written the four recovery cd's. Note that Acer does not give the recovery cd's but you make them when you boot. I put the cd's in my case thinking that in the future I may need them somehow [when selling my notebook].
I just linked where to download driver and how to install
Make you're ubuntu black in this page (LOL the instruction was not really clear and i use friendster blogging)just put you're comments here okay? Tilll my next THEME lol!
Hello everybody, I am new with Ubuntu, I used to work with Fedora and Knoppix, I know taht ubuntu is some similar to Knoppix so I tried it. I have a HP nx9010 laptop.I boot from Live CD 6.10, it takes some time but finaly the desktop appears. Then I tried the Install icon on the desktop, the CD tray started to work, and it went for two hours until nothing happened, no other window nor screen appeared, display was frizzed and the CD-ROM was not being read at all. I had to manually reset. Then I tried to install from the System menu, the same problem, it went a couple of hours reading CD-ROM and then nothing. I had to say taht I had Mandrake 10, Redhat 9, Fedora Core 2 and 5 and Knoppix installed on that laptop, so I know it can handle linux.Thanks for the advice
Automatic LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) In about 15 minutes, the time it takes to install Ubuntu Edgy Server Edition, you can have a LAMP server up and ready to go. This feature, exclusive to Ubuntu Server Edition, is available at the time of installation.http://www.debianadmin.com/ubuntu610-edgy-lamp-server-installation-with-screenshots.html
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Hi I’m having trouble running Ubuntu live cd. I got the start up screen were I chose res. and language. and then live cd start’ up. after a while my monitor says “out of range” this happens when live cd is booting up. I've tryed all the resolutions on the startup screen and nothing helped. I don’t know watt to do. I hope that someone out there can help me. and tell me how i can solve this problem. Please.I realy want to Install Ubuntu My hardware Motherboard ESC K7SOM+ and onboard Grafik SIS962I,m from DK and my English is probably not the best.
Hi! i really need some help. I changed my screen resolution. Then, unrelated, I was pasting something into office/word/what-cha-ma-call-it and the computer froze. So I went to restart it. It gets past everything, lots of stuff gets loaded, all the "o.k" (except for PCMCIA - but i don't think that ever got an "o.k" on startup) seems to be complete, then the screen goes black, cursor in top left corner, then to the blue kubuntu logo with the blue bar underneath but no further action. i tried Alt Ctrl F1 (Alt Ctrl F7 doesn't work): kdesu kate /etc/X11/xorg.conf to change the resolution manually but it says not connected to "X server". I tried "startx" and it jsut gave me a log and confirmed that it won't boot because of the screen resolution thing. Any suggestions? My essay that's due today is on that computer and I really need to get it so any suggestions are very, very welcome. But, please speak slowly and clearly, my IQ is about 10 with this whole linux stuff.
x11vnc root 0. I just wana login/out from my gdm over vnc. I want to play on my computer while getting paid hourly at work. I found all the other walkthrews, tutorials, howtos to be annoying and not to the point.
This example mounts the first partition of the first disk so it is available whenever you start your computer. Edgy does this by default but technique is useful for Dapper or Breezy or other distros.
sudo mkdir /media/hda1note that you can mount the device anywhere and call it whatever you want. It may be a good idea to stick with the conventional locations of either /mnt/ or /media/. The hda1 part means hard drive "a" partition "1"
sudo cp /etc/fstab /etc/fstab.bak
sudo kate /etc/fstab
sudo mount -ato refresh the fstab.
VNC stands for Virtual Network Computing. It is, in essence, a remote display system which allows you to view a computing `desktop’ environment not only on the machine where it is running, but from anywhere on the Internet and from a wide variety of machine architectures.http://www.debianadmin.com/remotely-manage-machines-using-vnc.html