Ubuntu :: ISO Not Identified In Gmount Or K3B

Aug 12, 2010

Why Ubuntu would not be able to read an ISO that windows xp is fine with? I find that it's usually the other way around. This has occurred with 3 different ISO's. Gmount and K3b don't like em at all.

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Ubuntu :: Why GMOUNT.ISO Asks For Password?

Feb 13, 2010

Anyone know why GMOUNT.ISO asks for a password? It asks a regular user for the root password.Is there a way to disable this?

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Ubuntu :: Btrfs Filesystem Identified As Ext4?

Jul 24, 2010

During the installation of Ubuntu 10.04 the partitioner was wrongfully configured to see a functioning btrfs partition as ext4 (without reformatting it). Thus the installation process got stuck at 5%.Installer was run again ignoring the btrfs partition.btrfs-tools was added to the new 10.04, but the btrfs partition is now recognized ast4 with lost+found folder on it.Tried to add the btrfs to etc/fstab as btrfs but t won't mount.Can the partition/filesystem type be changed so that this is actually recognized and mounted as btrfs, hoping my data is still on it somehow?

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Ubuntu :: How To Delete Un-Identified Characters File

Mar 1, 2011

I just found out that I did mistake.I transfer 1 file into the Ubuntu Linux,but that File has a strange character. Take a look at the picture screenshot taken.free image hostingExplanation: 1) The file name is unknown, take a look at the WinRAR Archive (left window)2) The file name recognized in Ubuntu without any name, thus it appeared as Empty (right window: putty program). And via Command Line Interface, it appeared as Question Marks.

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Ubuntu :: Nautilus-clamscan Doc Items Identified As Viruses

Jul 14, 2010

I found today that ClamTK identifies items in /usr/share/doc/nautilus-clamscan/examples folder as possible viruses. The four files in question, "clam.exe, clam.cab, clam.exe.bz2, and clam.zip" are all part of the standard file list in packages.ubuntu.com. None are marked as executable, but are identified as binary files by less. Any ideas why these files are here or what they do, besides generate false warnings?

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Debian :: WiFi Card Isn't Identified By OS

May 28, 2015

I booted Debian in Live mode on a USB to try to see if the internet will work on my Linux machine before I actually install it (there is some tricky internet software where I live that I must overcome, but that will come in another thread).

Currently I have no WiFi whatsoever. When I go into the internet access menu I only get back the fact that there is a wired connection that's possible (theoretically, I should be able to also see networks to which I can connect to, but I don't). Also, it's impossible for me to actually get a wired connection going, unless I can somehow give it through my Windows laptop.

When I did some research, the people seem to say that I need to update the driver after enabling the use of non-free software; I can't do that since I have no connection in the first place.

The OS recognizes that the PCE exists (I am using asus pce-ac68), when I did "lspci" command it told me I have BCM4360 and BCM43225 chips.

I think I found the drivers here "[URL] ......" but I don't think my chip is listed there (there is no BCM4360 or BCM43225 on that list). What to do with those drivers, I mean how to compile them and install them on a Debian machine, and I'm not sure I can even install them on a live boot (but I want to make sure my internet works on the live boot before I actually install the OS).

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Debian Installation :: Keyboard Not Identified During Installing Squeeze

Feb 12, 2011

I am running lenny on my PC ( amd 64 / nvidia graphic ) without any problems. Since last week I tried to change to squeeze - without success. First step - update from lenny to squeeze accordingly to the upgrade description from the Debian homepage. After nearly 2 hours without any error message - Result : System dosen't boot after upgrade.

So I went back to lenny and tried the second step to get Squeeze working. I got the DVD "Debian-6.0.0-amd" and started the installation. After the second screen the keyboard is no longer identified and I cannot go on with the installation.

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General :: Make A Variable Defined Outside A Script Identified Inside It?

Feb 8, 2011

i am runing the below script

if [ "$type" == "ok" ]
then string=ZZZZ:I=$number
elif [ "$type" == "NOK" ]


the code inside sc2.sh needs to read the input from the variable (string) above. is there any way to make this variable recognized inside the sc2.sh

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Fedora Hardware :: Epson Perfection V100 Photo - No Scanners Were Identified

Sep 2, 2010

When I was running FC10 my scanner just plugged in and worked. I must have lost something.
lsusb returns:

dmesg sees it. sane-find-scanner says:

scanimage -L returns:

And of course xsane/gimp say Not Avail. I've made sure all the (yum) sane sw is loaded and updated.

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Applications :: Webcam - Image Sensor HV7131R Is Not Always Identified As Being Detected When Booting

Jul 17, 2010

Using Slackware 13.0. Have a Microdia web cam (60fc) and was (still am) looking for a simple free application to test it. Found a site which identified the drivers, modules, etc. needed so was checking my messages file and noticed that the Image Sensor HV7131R is not always identified as being detected when booting: kernel: usb 1-1.3: HV7131R image sensor detected Is this a problem or what?

I found modules videodev, V4L2, but could not find compat_ioctl32 and it is not listed in the modules loaded. Is this correct? Could not "find" it. I see usbcore listed during booting but does this mean it is a module? or a driver? or what? Also cannot find the an appropriate module that is for either ehci_hcd or uhci_hcd related as both of these appear in the messages. Also I see that the camera is for SN9C105 bridge and know that the "sn9c105" is supposed to be included in "sn9c102" module(?) but the SN9C105 camera notation does not always appear in messages. Is this correct? or (I think) I am confused by the numbering and cases used, i.e. what is a module (loadable?) a bridge and why change cases? Can someone straighten me out? Are all modules loaded listed by lsmod or just the loadable ones and usbcore etc. are "modules" loaded at another time?

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Hardware :: Canon BJC 4310SP Correctly Identified - Test Page Crashed

Jan 14, 2010

I have been given an old Canon BJC-4310SP printer. Performing the "built-in" test print works perfectly. Using the standard CUPS installation procedure (in Debian Lenny) also worked without a hitch. The new printer was correctly identified, CUPS suggested the appropriate driver and then installed and configured the printer as directed. But asking CUPS to print its test page crashed with the following message:
"Unable to open parallel port device file: Permission denied".

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Slackware :: Optical Drive Not Identified - Get Permission To Read / Write In The Device

Aug 6, 2010

On one of my machines the DVD/DVDRW/CDROM drive appears as /dev/hdc and is not identified as an optical drive by HAL. It is owned by root: disk and thus no users get permission to read/write in the device (not even those in the cdrom group). This stops playing DVDs, ripping CDs, no notifications appear when a disk is inserted, etc. etc. When I set the permissions for all to read/write from the device then users can access but still no notifications are shown.

On all my other machines the optical drive is identified as /dev/sr0 and is owned by root:cdrom . All have Slack 13.1 . Previously with Slack 12.2 this machine still had the drive in /dev/hdc but the permissions were right (I think because I added it to /etc/fstab with options for users to access it). I believe the problem is down to HAL not setting this drive to the correct group, but how do I fix it? I hate HAL, it has a mind of its own, just like in the scifi movie

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Ubuntu Networking :: Samsung R580 - Native Drivers Do Not Function And Having Identified The Driver Used By Win7 (net819xp.inf)

Oct 31, 2010

I've recently bought a Samsung R580 laptop. It is now configured as a dual boot system with Ubuntu 10.10 and Windows 7 (64bit). The wireless network functions correctly under Win7, but I have encountered problems with Ubuntu. The native drivers do not function and having identified the driver used by Win7 (net819xp.inf) that works, I have tried to install it using ndisgtk, but get the message "incorrect hardware". I have followed the ndiswrapper howto carefully without being able to get the wireless network going.

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Fedora Networking :: Globetrotter HSDPA Modem - Identified As A Serial Device - Fail To Get It Working

May 7, 2009

I have bought a so-called web'n'walk stick, which identifies itself as a "Globetrotter HSDPA Model". I managed to get it identified as a serial device (initially, it is detected as a USB drive), but I fail to get it working.

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Ubuntu Installation :: [Errno 13] Permission Denied: U'C:\ubuntu\install\ubuntu-10.04-desktop-amd64.iso'

Jun 29, 2010

I'm new to Linux, so I decided to try using Wubi to get started. THe problem is, when it finished installing 10.04, I got this message: OSError: [Errno 13] Permission denied: u'C:\ubuntu\install\ubuntu-10.04-desktop-amd64.iso' Is there any way around this? It might just be that overly restrictive thing called Vista (which I have the bad luck to be using). I was considering getting a USB drive for Ubuntu anyway..

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Ubuntu Installation :: Errno 13 Permission Denied: U'C:\ubuntu\install\ubuntu-10.10-netbook-i386.iso

Apr 11, 2011

I recently got interested with with OS.. So I downloaded wubi in Ubuntu website. I opted for the Ubuntu Netbook Edition as am using a lappy. However, halfway through finishing download I got an error. The log shows:

OSError: [Errno 13] Permission denied: u'C:\ubuntu\install\ubuntu-10.10-netbook-i386.iso'

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Ubuntu Installation :: Difference Between The Ubuntu Installer For Windows And The Ubuntu CD Image?

Jan 2, 2010

What is the difference between the Ubuntu Installer for windows and the Ubuntu CD image? If I use the ubuntu installer for windows, does it have the capability to partition my drive, will it enable to share files with windows etc or is it just a way not to have to burn a CD. Just curious, the exact details of the installation files were not made clear on the website. Note: Windows Version: XP, 32bit, SP3. I have not partitioned anything yet.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Dual Boot Win7/ubuntu With Ubuntu On Different Disk?

Nov 19, 2010

I have windows 7 installed on Disk2 (according to windows Disk Manager), and I installed ubuntu 10.10 on Disk0, choosing the dual boot option at installation.

However, grub does not load (presumably because its on disk0 and my machine appears to boot from disk3), so the machine goes straight into windows 7.

How do I get ubuntu to load?

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Ubuntu Installation :: New Ubuntu User Can't Load Ubuntu Or Windows

Oct 7, 2010

I'm currently running off of my live-cd, and after spending 4 hours of my life trying to fix this myself, i figured someone out here has to know how to help me. Basically, i wanted to try linux, then liked it enough to decide to put on one of my usb-drives (320g adata nobility NH92), and i couldn't get it to boot anything but windows w/o the live-cd, which would then boot the live-cd, lol, in other words, i couldn't get it to boot at all from the external, even though i had changed the setting in my bios to boot from usb first, and tried manually selecting boot from usb and all that fun stuff.

Sooo... eventually i decided it might be a problem with the bootloader, and while i'm not exactly sure at this point what i have done to my computer, all i can successfully boot is the live cd. When I try to boot w/o the live cd, whether i try to boot from my internal (windows) drive, or external, all i get is a device not found error.I think i could fix it if i had windows recovery cd's (i'm running xp, btw), or installation cds, but... unfortunately, they died in a terrible accident. So i have no cd's at all for windows. :/

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Ubuntu :: Upgrading To 10.10 - Error "select 'Ubuntu' In The Boot Up Menu Right After The BIOS Screen: Booting ' Ubuntu 10.10, Kernel 2.6.35-25-generic'"

Feb 13, 2011

I have been running Ubuntu 10.04 under Windows 7 (Is this call WUBI?) without any problems for a while. My other machines only run Ubuntu (9.04 & 10.04). I decided to give it a try to the latest Ubuntu 10.10. After going through the successful installation and then rebooting, I am getting the following error message once I select 'Ubuntu' in the boot up menu right after the BIOS screen: Booting ' Ubuntu 10.10, kernel 2.6.35-25-generic'


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Ubuntu Networking :: Ubuntu 2 Ubuntu Via Ethernet While Still Using WiFi?

Jan 26, 2010

I'm wondering if this is even possible. I've searched high and low and have yet to find and answer to this particular setup.

The setup:
Router is in another building.
Desktop connected by WiFi
Laptop connected by WiFi
Both the Desktop and the Laptop are in the same building together. About 5' apart.

SSH server is setup on Desktop
FreeNX client is setup on Laptop

So they can connect just fine via WiFi for remote desktop control of the Desktop from the Laptop (so SSH and FreeNX are working).Is it possible to connect the 2 pc's directly to each other by Ethernet cable AND transfer files between them by Ethernet while still being connected to the Internet by WiFi on them both?Or would the WiFi have to be disabled while using the Ethernet connection?Neither has a Gigabit Ethernet NIC so I know it would at least require a crossover cable or another router to connect the 2 by Ethernet cable.The idea behind all this is to be able to transfer files between computers quickly by Ethernet while the computers are still busy doing other things on the Internet by WiFi.

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May 11, 2010

I've been trying to find what would be the lightest ubuntu or ubuntu based distribution, I have an older PC I'd like to get up and running again, and would prefer something that works pretty quickly on it (for basic web browsing and other things) the specs are:

AMD Duron 900Mhz, 384MB RAM, 40GB HDD, Geforce FX 5200 128MB agp.

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Ubuntu :: Ubuntu Can't Override Previous Ubuntu Installations

Sep 19, 2010

1. I accidentally wrecked a previous Ubuntu installation so I decided to re-install via the Ubuntu disk. Unfortunately Ubuntu doesn't let me override previous Ubuntu installations...

2. Ubuntu Maverick Meerkat is due to released in about 3 weeks. I want to install it via a clean install.

3. So can anyone tell me how to remove both Ubuntu partitions safely. I am currently running WinVista with Ubuntu Lucid Lynx. I know I have to use something like this to erase GRUB2. Can anyone give me a good tutorial?

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Ubuntu :: Switching Betwean Ubuntu And Ubuntu Studio

Mar 14, 2011

I want to change from ubuntu 11.04 to ubuntu studio. Is there any way to do this without losing all my stuff/with out completely reinstalling the os?

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Ubuntu :: Connecting Ubuntu To Ubuntu Through VNC / Remote Desktop

Apr 19, 2011

The scenario is as follows - I will be moving across the country and my desktop will stay here powered and online, while I move with a laptop. I need a way to connect to the desktop for file streaming(music and movies) as well as using the virtual machines. I have thought about SSH and VNC.I need something failsafe. That's priority one. I won't be around to fix it if it breaks. I can set the computer to come on in the BIOS at a certain time if the power went out. But if I can get in remotely the whole setup is useless.SSH only provides terminal use, correct? So if I chose that route I would be able to access the computer via command line and play music and movies with mplayer and such, correct? But I would not be able to run the virtual machines? Because there will be no GUI, right?

I have been playing with Vinagre and Vino through the host and guest of a virtual machine and I cannot get it to connect. Is there a better application? x11vnc? I have forwarded port 5900 on the router and have upnp enabled. Got a better remote desktop suggestion?I would like to run this setup headless.(no monitor) I also would like to run it without a gpu if that is possible to make it more energy efficient.Both computers are 64 bits and will be running Ubuntu 10.10 and soon 11.04.Are these crappy ideas to begin with? Should I go another route to get my files and access the virtual machines?

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Ubuntu Networking :: File Sharing - Vista Can See Ubuntu - Ubuntu Cannot See Vista

Nov 24, 2010

After a reinstall of 10.10, I am able to turn on file sharing and so I set up a shared folder.

Windows Vista can see this folder but in my network place, there is only one icon, and it's a "Windows Network" icon. Upon clicking on that, I can see the local network, "Rompus Room".

When I click on Rompus Room, nothing happens for a while, then I get a message saying, "Opening "ROMPUS ROOM". Then I get the final message, "Unable to mount location", followed by, "Failed to retieve share list from server"

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Jan 6, 2010

Is windows 7 UAC basically a user/system control system like sudo?

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Jan 13, 2010

I was running 9.10 in LiveCD mode and was unable to get online. Went to System>Administration>Hardware Drives and found "Broadcom STA wireless driver". Cool. So I went ahead and installed 9.10 (dual boot with Vista), repeated above steps but found no "Broadcom STA wireless driver" option, in fact no proprietary drivers. So I still cannot connect to the Internet, and I don't know where to go from here. (Note: I installed 9.10 side by side with Vista: good? bad?)


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Ubuntu :: System Files In Ubuntu, Usr/share/gnome-screensaver \ Permissions Are Denied?

Feb 5, 2010

So I wanted to replace my password prompt with this:it says to write it over the system files in ubuntu, under usr/share/gnome-screensaverbut i cant do that, as it says permissions are denied...

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Ubuntu :: While Installing Ubuntu Made Two Partitions And Set Two Load Points But There Is Only One Partition Shown?

Mar 8, 2010

while installing ubuntu i made two partitions and set two load points. //home/but in ubuntu there is only one partition shown(filesystem).. what is going on?

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