Ubuntu :: How To Choose Winrar Prompt To Choose Action
Feb 16, 2010
I was extraction some file through command line then I encounter on notification from winrar. This file exist what u want to do
I don't want that winrar will prompt me to choose action. Everytime whenever this situation occur it will overwrite / skip that file
Syntax I am using for unrar
rar e -pmypassword filename
If I insert an Audio CD into my CD/DVD Writer, I cannot choose an application. So I launched Nautilus and chose Edit>Preferences>Media. Here's the problem. All options under Media Handling are grayed out and show "No application found" except for Software.Why can I not select any applications for CD Audio, DVD Video, Music Player, or Photos?I use Ubuntu 10.10 x64.
I just installed Ubuntu 11.04 amd64 on my computer alongside my Windows XP partition. However, on startup, my monitor displays "Video Mode Not Supported" which I assume is the Grub2 interface to choose my OS. Unfortunately, it keeps booting into Ubuntu, and I cannot change it. So, through the command line, I made the default OS on startup windows xp. But now I don't know know how to change back... Is there anyway I can change the display settings to be supported by my monitor (it's native resolution is 1440x900)Any help would be appreciated, Been using macs all my life, so I am a noob when it comes to Linux and Windows
KPackageKit sometimes tell me there are packages to upgrade, and some are tagged as bugfixes, and some as security upgrades. Are there any ways to find out from the command line which packages are which? I'd like to only apply a certain class, automatic, without using KPackageKit. Using 'apt-get upgrade' I get a list of upgradeable packages, but no list of which class they are. Is there a way?
I'd like to choose correct linux-header.it could be that I don't haave appropriete drivers for my machine (don't know)it's true sound and video works but when it comes to gaming everything works soo slow and I get multy freezes from wine + "log out" problems with some games not like from windows (dual boot)now I saw some linux headers from synaptic.
i am currently testing squeeze and i found a bug, so i thought i'd try out reportbug, but i am at a loss at what to choose here, because: i don't know what package it is, and if i check "other", as suggested in such a case, it wants me to pick from a list of categories none of which fit.here is, in short, the bug:after the system has beenresumed from suspend, it freezes at some random time later, maybe immediately, maybe hours later.
alt+print+k and ctrl+alt+f1 do not work, alt+print+reisub works.every freeze is anticipated by a random process hogging 100% cpu, then the whole system becomes gradually unresponsive within a minute or so.so how do i categorize this?my least objectionable candidates were "general" and "base", but as i understandit "general" is for overall flaws in design rather than specific unexpectedness, and i don't really know what "base" means.
I am somewhat new to linux but I am good with computer and can learn fast so difficulty level doesn't really matter I just need an all around good fast nice looking linux distro.Any ideas? Please tell me why I should try that version of linux.
We are starting the development of a project in PHP+MySQL that will become a software-as-a-service.After starting and planning how we would deploy the project, the first thing that came into our mind was: the project will be hosted on our Debian stable server and will contain all of our clients databases and each client folders for the project (and of course, a separate server for backups) and all projects running "under" the same apache and mysql server. This was our preferred approach.
Another friend suggested us -as a second approach for the deployment- that instead of having all projects and all databases running under the same physical server and under the same apache and mysql, that we could build our own "cloud" using something like openQRM and have each one of the projects deployed in a separate "virtualized" server (one virtual server per client) and this way the resources are better balanced and is easier to recover a virtual server if crashed as the backups are made of the virtual servers images. He said that this is a very new concept that is taking the internet services market more and more.
So, we started to research about the "cloud computing" concept in order to have a better idea of this second suggestion our friend gave to us.In terms of performance, it seems to me that the "cloud" approach could consume a lot of moreresources than the first approach ?? and is a lot harder to maintain and extend ??I would really appreciate your opinions and recomendations on which option is really worth for what we are going to offer to our clients.
How do I choose a wireless network to connect to? The Ubuntu 8.10 help tells me to open NetworkManager, but the only thing I can find is 'Network Configuration' in System>Preferences. If I try to run NetworkManager in usr/sbin as a root, nothing happens whatsoever. nm-tool lists several available Access Points for my WiFi antenna.
I have three routers (linksys wrt54gl, ddwrt). I'm trying to use wds bridging, got two of them linked, but not the third. All three routers have the same SSID. I'm using Ubuntu 10.04 netbook remix.
My problem is I need to choose which of these my laptop connects to. Right now it connects to the one router which isn't playing nice with wds. I need it to connect to one of my other routers. I see the other signals using nm-tool, but they don't show in nm-applet. I created a connection in NetworkManager specifying the SSID + mac address of the correct router, but the tray applet doesn't show any options for connecting to manually configured networks, and I can't find any other useful app. I suppose I could rtfm for iwconfig et al, but Ubuntu ought to have an easier way.
This Ubuntu desktop has 3 network interfaces:LAN eth0: ip address 192.168.3.6 gateway 192.168.3.1VPN tun1: ip address 192.168.7.4 gateway 192.168.7.1VPN tun2: ip address 192.168.9.2 gateway 192.168.9.1For Chrome or Firefox, by default the 192.168.3.1 gateway is used.How do I change this such that:I can manually choose the 192.168.9.1 or 192.168.7.1 or 192.168.3.1 gateway.From the command line.Before running Firefox/Chrome.Without re-configuring any network interfaces.So that ONLY Firefox and Chrome browsers are affected
How do i choose a previous Kernel without a GRUB?? I have a netbook with only Ubuntu (UNR) installed so every time i update my kernel and so on i cannot see/choose the kernel version i want (i believe it enters the most recent one by default). Is there a way to do that without a grub or i have to install it even if i dont have a second OS?
I had an dualboot problem, after updating ubuntu to 10.04 my windows vista option in the grub of ubuntu was gone.Now I have installed windows 7.And the grub does not appear again, there is no grub at all.Now sombody told me I could fix or repair the boot record in windows 7.Does somone know how I can repair the grub in which I can choose between windows 7 and Ubuntu?
I am currently using Ubuntu Lucid on my desktop (stats are in my signature). I have an older computer, with an Intel i8xx chipset as my graphics card. This has had some instabilities on the previous two Ubuntu releases for me (10.04 and 9.10) which I am hoping will be fixed for Maverick, but thankfully the Ubuntu Wiki managed to provide me with fixes.
After much tweaking and some luck, I was able to get Ubuntu to work without constantly crashing on kernel versions 2.6.32-21, 2.6.32-22 and 2.6.32-23. Unfortunately, when 2.6.32-24 and 2.6.32-25 came out, I was unable to cease the crashes.
While I am still looking into tweaking the latest kernel version to work perfectly, I would like to know if there was a way for Ubuntu to default boot into a kernel other than the latest. This is because I want to run 2.6.32-23 by default (the latest kernel that I have tweaked properly) until I can configure 2.6.32-24 and 2.6.32-25 as well. I have less computer-savvy family members that use my desktop as well, and it would be a pain for them to have to press shift at every boot and have to select the correct kernel.
I have a good Asus monitor in which I can have a resolution of 1280x800 when using Mac Os (I have a Power Mac G4). However, when I try to have a better resolution with Ubuntu, the only resolution that it lets me choose is 800x600! There are no choices. I tried the "detect display" button but it doesn't change anything.
I've built a system with windows 7 on one hard drive and Ubuntu 10.04 64bit on the other, and would like to choose OS on startup using Grub. I installed each OS with only that drive connected in isolation. I then connected both drives and pointed the bios startup at the Ubuntu drive. sudo os-prober sees the windows 7(loader) and sudo update-grub has given the windows option on startup. However, when i choose windows in Grub I get 'error: no such device' and 'error:invalid signature'. Windows starts ok when the drive is chosen from the BIOS.
I have recently re-installed Ubuntu 10.10 on my laptop and have encountered an unusual error. It boots up fine, but when I get to the login screen, it just shows the Ubuntu logo, and underneath my computer name with no options for choosing which user to login as. I have tried going into recovery, but it just stops loading.
If needed I can try to upload an image of what the window looks like
Using OpenSuse 11.2 RC2. After playing around to install the nvidia driver, Yast lost its beautiful initial colours (light blue, as the rest of the kde desktop) and became a bit uglier (dark blue, more rudimentary, etc; I think the default "unbranded KDE"'s colour).I have the KDE theme set either for the regular user and for root. I have also installed the packages yast2-theme-openSUSE and yast2-theme-openSUSE-Oxygen installed but, how shall I choose one of them?Some webs say that there is an option in Yast under "miscellaneous" to choose Yast's theme, but I do not have it.