Ubuntu :: Tweak Doesn't Have The Option Startup?

Oct 19, 2010

Ubuntu-Tweak doesn't have the option Startup which includesSession ManagerSession Control and few other options are not there. I am running the latest version available to download. I remember having all those menus in lucid.for a better difference comparison see the menus in the ubuntu tweak homepage http://ubuntu-tweak.com/ with mine....

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Ubuntu :: Tweak Crashes On Startup In Kubuntu 10.04

Jul 30, 2010

The program crashes immediately after displaying the splash screen with the following error:

File "/usr/bin/ubuntu-tweak", line 109, in <module>from ubuntutweak.mainwindow import MainWindowFile "/usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/ubuntutweak/mainwindow.py", line 148, in <module>File "/usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/ubuntutweak/modules/__init__.py", line 27,


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Ubuntu :: Tweak Doesn't Have All The Menus Listed?

Oct 19, 2010

consider reading this [URL]..Ubuntu-Tweak doesn't have the option Startup which includes Session Manager Session Control and few other options are not there. I am running the latest version available to download. I remember having all those menus in lucid. for a better difference comparison see the menus in the ubuntu tweak homepage [URL]..how can I get these option back. here is the error I get when I run Ubuntu Tweak from terminal

ERROR:dbus.proxies:Introspect error on :1.142:/com/ubuntu_tweak/daemon: dbus.exceptions.DBusException: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.AccessDenied: Rejected send message, 1 matched rules; type="method_call", sender=":1.141" (uid=1000 pid=16550 comm="/usr/bin/python) interface="org.freedesktop.DBus.Introspectable" member="Introspect" error name="(unset)" requested_reply=0 destination=":1.142" (uid=0 pid=16560 comm="/usr/bin/python))

Update: I installed the same deb on another computer and that has nothing wrong. all the menus are listed fine.

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Hardware :: Tweak An Intel Atom D510 W/ Integrated GPU - When Login - Background Doesn't Fade In Gradually

May 2, 2010

I have a new Intel Atom D510 and I'm pretty pleased with it so far. The board is Zotac NM10-ITX.

My first issue was that during long and fast downloads (like transferring my home directory over the network) the system become pretty unusable: web pages would time out, windows would take more than few seconds to load, etc. I solved this by recompiling the kernel for the Atom. (The compile time wasn't that bad actually because the system is pretty simple and it was easy to isolate only the drivers I needed).

My next issue is that certain GUI-related things seem a little sluggish. For example, when the GDM loads it's not smooth like on other computers. When I log in, my background doesn't fade in gradually, it does so in about 1-2 frames. I was thinking this might be an issue with the GPU. It uses the i915 kernel module. Is there some tweaking I can do?


I was expecting to see a memory region of prefetchable memory around 128M here. Is this a problem?

What are you atom users doing to speed up your systems? I'm on Archlinux and I'm using a BFS patched kernel.

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Ubuntu :: Not Getting Option To Select OS At Startup?

Jan 6, 2011

I installed Ubuntu 10.10 desktop edition. I followed the instructions for installation available on "ubuntu.com". After installation at restart I didn't get window to select operation system. It restarted with already available Windows SP3 OS. The drive on which i installed ubuntu is not shown on windows.

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Ubuntu Networking :: Sshd -D At Startup - How To Remove The -D Option

May 19, 2011

Somehow the -D option got tacked on to my sshd when I start up. How do I remove the -D option when sshd is started at boot? I'm guessing I need to edit something in /etc/init.d but not sure what. I checked System->Preferences->Startup Applications and the ssh server daemon isn't listed there. And since it is a command line option /etc/ssh/sshd_config is of no help.

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Ubuntu :: Startup-Manager No Longer Shows No Of Kernels Option?

Dec 5, 2010

I've used the startup-manager on my old laptop, also running ubuntu, to control the number of kernel options shown in the grub menu, as per this how-to:-[URL]see the last screenshot on the page. I've got a new laptop and am trying to do the same, but on the advanced tab I no longer have this "Limit the number of kernels in the boot menu" option, all I have is "Bootloader menu resolution" and [Create rescue floppy]. Is this because I am now running 64 bit or has this changed in 10.10 (I probably haven't looked at that on my old laptop since before 10.04)?

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Ubuntu :: How To Bring Back Selection Menu Option At Startup

Apr 29, 2011

Yesterday I upgraded my Ubuntu 10.4 to new version 11. In during installation I don't really remember which option I choose for installing Ubuntu root direction, but after installation completed computer asked for restarting. I restarted computer, and after I restarted the computer, computer should bring up Menu to choose Windows Or Linux, but this time automatically after a few second screen turn black and than Ubuntu show up. But I don't want that because I want choose Windows, and now I don't have any Idea how should I bring the Menu back.

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Ubuntu :: Select An Option To Make The Open Folders On Shutdown, To Restore On Startup?

Jun 17, 2011

I've recently upgraded to 11.04.Till now, I could select an option to make the open folders on shutdown, to restore on startup.There was an option to restore running applications

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Ubuntu One :: Limit Bandwidth Option Doesn't Work?

Feb 9, 2010

The limit bandwidth options in U1 don't work for me. I will check the checkboxes and change the values. When I come back later, they are back to being unchecked, with the default values filled back in.

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Ubuntu :: Split Screen Option Doesn't Work?

Nov 24, 2010

I have inadvertently caused the main menu (Applications,Places and System) icons to change to a single icon, a white triangle. I've tried to put back the default but no luck. How can I restore the original?

On workspaces, I created a second workspace but the Workspace Switcher doesn't want to show the 2nd workspace; the display should show a blank window. Also the split screen option doesn't work. Do I need an applet (Pager) to sort this out?

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Ubuntu :: Mousepad Scroll Option Doesn't Work?

Jun 13, 2011

Well a few days ago I installed Ubuntu for the first time and I'm really enjoying it but there is one thing putting me off and making me want to go back to Windows regularly - the fact my mousepad scroll option doesn't work, something I require quite regularly.

I have googled things about fixes and I'm a beginner, so some of the things were too advanced for me and others didn't work. with this so I can have the best experience I can with the operating system.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Doesn't Give Option To Install Along Side Of Other OS

Oct 14, 2010

I am installing ubuntu on a Dell m7750n machine that has the KSOD. I have done almost everything I can find to fix it. I was able to remove my data off of it using regedit....

So, I am sick of MS and found linux. I installed unbutu netbook on my netbook and it works like a charm.....

So, I went to install this on my desktop dell.... I have read of the many issue with this...

I was not able to boot from the CDlive as is. I kept getting a black screen with nothing. I then used the f6 to get into grub and then choose f6 to change the load options to load nomodeset and was able to load ubuntu from the drive, not install.

I would like to install ubuntu, but when I click on install from the 'tester' version it will not give me the option to install along side another OS (windows) that I see in the install ubuntu main website in the see how to do it.

I get two options:
Erase and use entire disk
Specify partitions manually (advanced)

Question: Can I install and select my own partitions using: [url]

Or, is there something wrong and I need to get that fixed before I install ubuntu?

Is this a DELL issue or KSOD issue?

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May 1, 2010

On windows xp when i right-click on the flash video, i can choose 'enable hardware acceleration', but when i do the same for OpenSuse i don't have any hardware acceleration option.

How can i have a GPU/hardware acceleration option for flash?

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Dec 5, 2010

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Ubuntu :: Keyboard Doesn't At First Startup?

Apr 19, 2010

Problem one: My keyboard wasn't working. Solution one: Needed a new xorg.conf file.

Problem two: How to open a programme in terminal without rendering the terminal unresponsive until that programme is closed. Solution two: Append a '&' at the end of the command. For example: gedit test-file & [/SOLVED]

The problem is, my keyboard doesn't respond when I first boot into Ubuntu. None of the keys seem to work except the 'power' key (which helps me turn this laptop on or off). During the second boot, I incessantly press the space bar hoping for something to happen. Only when the boot process completes and I see my desktop does the keyboard, finally, respond. That is precisely how I'm typing this very moment. I had not faced this problem on Windows. I use a laptop (an old one but not too old).

Nothing happens during the first boot regardless the key I press on any time.
It is a nuisance to restart my laptop and periodically strain my space bar for the keyboard to respond on the second boot (It refuses to respond on the first boot, regardless of what I do).

When I, sometimes, open files using gedit through terminal by typing: ~$ gedit PATH, what happens is that I am then unable to use any other commands on the same terminal until I close gedit or open another terminal. I can type in the terminal but nothing happens until I exit gedit. I would like my terminal to be responsive whilst I am working on gedit simultaneously. I hope it is not impossible...

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Ubuntu :: Mouse Doesn't Appear At Startup?

Jun 7, 2010

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Sep 9, 2010

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Oct 3, 2010

I'm trying to add chromium to the launcher on the left side but right clicking it doesn't list the option.It's there with other apps, but not this one. How do you add it?

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Dec 31, 2010

Does Ubuntu 10.10 allow you to resize your windows partition and install ubuntu on the resized partition? I'm trying to get ubuntu installed on my laptop but the only option it's giving me is to delete all partitions and install ubuntu. I don't want to delete any partitions because I have backups on my second partition and the first partition has windows on it and I would like to keep it.

I've tried 10.04 and it doesn't give the option for resizing but I thought that one of the versions gives he option for this, is it 10.10? I've tried to manually resize but it won't let me because I have to many primary partitions, so I would have to delete the last partition to get it changed to extended correct?

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Jul 2, 2009

I have a /boot partition, and the online update process has downloaded the upgrade to /boot/upgrade. The problem is that grub is actually booting from a directory /boot which is in the root partition, but is invisible once the machine has booted, because the /boot partition is mounted over it. The result of all this is that the upgrade option does not appear in the boot menu, because that option has been inserted in the menu.lst (or grub.conf) in the /boot partition. is it ok for me to run:grub-install /dev/sda4(that's the device that contains the /boot partition where the upgrade menu option and data). Also, do I need the --root-directory option, given that the boot directory is the root directory of that partition.

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Feb 5, 2010

I know Pidgin doesn't have an option to send group messages. I've been searching for some plugin from a third part, found something for Debian, but nothing for Fedora/Redhat. Does anyone know here a working plugin for this problem?

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Sep 22, 2010

My application is developed using GCC and an binary executable created out of it which initializes successfully. By initialization, I meant all the threads in the application are created and I get the required response from the executable. There was a need to create a .so file out of my application instead of binary executable, as it needs to be integrated with another .so file to create a final patch. So we used -fPIC compiler option and created a .so and also an binary executable. But with -fPIC included, the executable fails to initialize at all. It executes some instructions in the main program, before finally haulting down with a " Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault." error. And it always fails at the same faulty address which points to nothing in my application code. What is that -fPIC adds to the code, which makes my code fail with strange behaviour.

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Ubuntu :: Startup Music Doesn't Play?

May 15, 2010

For a long time, I haven't heard a startup sound from Ubuntu. I do hear the short staccato drum beat when the log in screen is displayed. However, the other longer startup music doesn't play. Not a very serious flaw but since I upgraded to ubuntu 10.04, I thought I'd like to have everything in perfect working order.

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Ubuntu :: Startup Script Doesn't Work?

Jul 24, 2010

I try to run a bash script when the machine boots up. I followed the exactly the same procedure as stated in [URL] I tried to use update-rc.d and rc.local. The both ways still dont make the bash script automatically run when it boots up in Ubuntu 9.04. The script can be successfully executed when I log in as root and run it manually.

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Oct 21, 2010

I'm having trouble with the rc.local file. So I tried the suggestions on this page[URL]I could run the script ok through the terminal. But it doesn't run on startup. Has anyone got this to work in the way explained in the link above? I'm using Ubuntu Lucid.

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Nov 27, 2010

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May 2, 2011

I am still new to Ubuntu but I am having a problem when booting into Ubuntu 10.10. When I turn on the computer, after a few screens go by I see a boot manager giving me the option of:

1: Earlier Versions of Windows
2: Windows 7
3: Ubuntu

All OSes are working with no trouble. But when I try to boot into Ubuntu, I get another boot screen that states:

1: Ubuntu, Linux 2.6.35-28-generic
2: Ubuntu, Linux 2.6.35-28-generic (recovery mode)
3: Ubuntu, Linux 2.6.35-22-generic
4: Ubuntu, Linux 2.6.35-22-generic (recovery mode)
5: Windows 7 (loader) (on /dev/sda2)

When I choose 1 or 3, quite often it doesn't load up the startup GUI, it loads up some command line crap that I don't understand yet, where I type in reboot until I finally get Ubuntu loaded, this happens several times then finally works to the point I can log in. What could be going on, my install is inside Windows 7, not a full install if that matters. What is the difference between line 1 and 3?

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Mar 13, 2010

A lot of times when I start up my computer, instead of the graphical login screen I'm brought to a CLI login. If I log in and do "startx," it'll start KDE, but sound doesn't work and the shutdown/restart options disappear. (The logout option is still there.) It's inconsistent; sometimes it'll start the GUI and sometimes it won't. I have yet to find out what causes it to work right and what causes it to bring me to the CLI. When it doesn't work, if I run "shutdown -r now" or "shutdown -h now," it'll start the GUI as the computer is shutting down. I've tried Ctrl+Alt+F7 when it's brought me to the CLI, but it didn't do anything

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Jan 19, 2010

I have been an Ubuntu user for a few years now, and in the previous versions I have made numerous bootable USB devices, I always thought it was so useful, and I never have had any problems.I just installed version 9.10 the other day, and it seems to be working well, but the USB bootable disk creator is messed up big time.When i try to select an .iso image to add to the source disk image area, it is just unresponsive. And when i try to do something else, like format a USB device, it says i cannot format because the device cannot mounted. But i know its mounted because i can access the contents of the drive.Anyways this was a huge disappointment as I was showing a friend how useful the UBUNTU tools are, and it does this. Does anyone know anything about this bug?

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