In the Evolution message list, all messages are shown in bold whether read or unread. I know it's supposed to only show unread messages in bold, but it shows read messages in bold too, so you can't tell between them. The read/unread flag is set properly - you can tell by right-clicking on the message and seeing whether it offers to toggle it to read or unread. But the font remains bold no matter what.
I'm a ubuntu linux 10.04 LTS user with a problem. i have been using a vodafone 3G card in South Africa and it has been working correctly. I have used it since Ubuntu 9 and it was correctly detected all the time, so that's great.
But then I got myself a mifi 2352 device (for those who do not know, it is a device that shares a mobile 3G connection to at most 5 users using wifi. it also works in usb mode, like a normal 3G card when you plug it on computer. You can just google the device for more info.
My problem is when i plug in the device through the usb, Ubuntu does not detect, which is very frustrating. I've tried a lot of things, including installing "vodafone-mobile-connect_2.25.01-1_all" with no success.
Is there any reasobn why the mifi 2352 is not detected by Ubuntu?
I have started using Evolution because I gave up tying to get Thunderbird or Eudora work. I kept getting "unable to locate mail spool file" when trying to receive mail. I was able to import my mailboxes from my Windows Eudora. But in those mailboxes, about half of those emails had the headers but no body text. What is causing this and can it be fixed.
More importantly tho', when I import my contacts from Eudora, they are a mess, and pretty much unusable. I see a series of rectangles with "alias" on top and "real name" underneath and then when I click on it, expanded below is the alias and email address. There are two of these alias/names per rectangle and they scroll across. Any idea how I can fix that other than manually typing in each address.
Anyone know of an application that I can send text messages to cell phones with? I send alot of text messages to my wife while I work and it would be so much easier if I could just do it from my keyboard.
When my computer shuts down, I always get a long error message from the kernel. It's the very last thing the computer does and I can't even use the keyboard, since the system is halted. I wanted to read it more carefully (it's very long and doesn't fit the screen) and file a bug report against the kernel with it. But for that, I needed to save all that text in a file.
i've been using some subliminal software on windows for a while now and have found it to be really good. It basically just flashes up a message on screen over the top of whatever is going on at that time but the message is only there for about 30 milli seconds
The message is not there long enough for your conscious mind to read it but the theory is that your subconscious mind will read it.It actually works really well. THe problem is that they dont package a linux version although they do have an OSX version, i'd really like this on ubuntu.
Tried it in wine and it installs but nothing happens after that. Alternatively perhaps somebody can tell me how you could get a message to flash up on screen based on a list of messages in a text file?
Slackware 12.0 (GNU/linux kernel 2.6) I am said slackware is very stable (I suppose this means it has few bugs). However, every time I run startx to start the graphical interface, for a brief moment I can see (just before the screen is put in graphical mode) a lot of error messages. How can this be? I use slack 12 a lot and have reinstalled this distro many times. However the described behavior always repeats.
A real os should at least e able to read and write plain text, you think? But no, when I try to open my text files (mainly made with gedit) some characters are ass, swedish letters rarely work and ', ", / and so on are not represented as the characters I want to see. Is there a easy, fast way to read (and print!) my text files at school, where they have only windows, without spending half an hour fixing the file by hand?
I just installed Debian and I find it very difficult to read the text in the GUI windows. I cannot explain it well--which is one of the reason I probably cannot find the answer.But, it looks like some of the text was printed (it these were printed pages) from a printer that is running out of toner. If I switch to the ctrl-alt-F2 terminal then the text is easy to read. I have installed on other partitions Ubuntu and Windows in both of these operating systems everything looks fine
a project using bluetooth to send data byte by byte to external devices buti'm not familiar using arrays to read file from another location before sending the data.If you could,do correct my codes.Here's my code,
im making a program (for the heck of it) that rewrites it code everytime it is run.(my ambition is to turn it into my c++ teacher and watch her be confuzled as to why she cant read my code and why it does weird things) Ive just started c++ programming, and managed to rewrite a program so that when it is run a second time, it says hello world. My problem is that I can only input the file as a single string. What I need to do is to be able to input the entire file into the c++ program, as a single object and then ifstream it out with the destination as the source code.
Also, it would help alot if there was someway to write additional lines to an existing text file instead of overwriting what is already there. That way, every time my c++ runs and rebuilds itself, it adds another couple of lines of code to a txt file and when the final iteration is complete, it loads a text file that was created by the program and uses it to program itself. I heard there is some sort of spawn command, can it be used to open up notepad and write to it? it would be awsome if my various programs could open different notepads with various messages
I'm needing to read the Adam's Assembly Tutorials, that are old EDIT *.txt files, I'm on Linux and I need to read this files.What can I do?Is there any GUI editor that can read the files?There is any way to convert them into another file that is more modern1?
How can read the file /var/etc/allInOne.cfg and distribute its contents on multiple cfg files using C language. /var/etc/allInOne.cfg contain the data and the path of each text file.
The source file "/var/etc/allInOne.cfg "look like this: line1 line2 ... line10 filePath:/var/etc/file1.cfg line12 line13 ... line14 filePath:/var/etc/file2.cfg linen .. filePath:/var/etc/filen.cfg the result will be :
The expected result is: /var/etc/file1.cfg will contain line1 to line10 /var/etc/file2.cfg will contain line 12 to line13 /var/etc/filen.cfg will contain linen to linen-1
I installed Suse 11.2 on my computer... i have 42" screen threw my HDMI output at 1360x768. now.. when i booted it up the first time.. .the text on everything was so small i could hardly read it... so i went and adjusted it threw my System settings by clicking on "Configure Desktop" changed everything to "Sans Serif 15"... BUT.... everything in YAST all the text is NOT readable... ANY ONE KNOW how to fix that..everything BUT yast is just fine...
The author (somewhere on these Ubuntu forums directed........ Ctrl + Alt + F1 which I thought was going to be the "Terminal" but nothing similar. I have about a half dozen different names/passwords for Ubuntu but none will work to log in. How to get out of this text console and back to Ubuntu GUI? And, how to read my lost LogIn name and password for this "Text Console"?
I'm having a slight dilemma on reading data from a text file and outputting it into a table then displaying it. Basically I'm writing a shell script that takes information from text files then outputs the data into a table with 4 headings.he extracting of the data is fine, but creating a table i'm having problems with. I think it is possible to do it using the awk function, but so far i'm having a lot of difficulties.