i am running ubuntu 9.4 yesterday i was trying to remove evolution mail and it's okay it's done removed after restart i cant found the Both panels.i found a way to restore them on this site but the way is by using terminal and . i cant open the terminal - cuz i cant found the panels even alt+f2 - do nothing.i found a download link for gnome-terminal-2.30.0 packege , But i don't know how to install it.
I find that I prefer have both panels located at the screen top. That way I don't have to go to the bottom of the screen for one thing, then back to the top for another. I arranged the panel so the regular top one is on top,then the panel that contains the open applications is underneath.The problem is, when I reboot, the panels lose their order. First, the regular top panel initializes, then the bottom ones starts and pushes the first panel down, which becomes what you see in the picture: I would like to find a way to keep them in the opposite order of what you see in the picture, but every time I reboot they end up in that order.
i am running on ubuntu 10.10 netbook on my acer 5742 64 bit laptop i having some issues with the vertical panel how can i just use the regular panel that come on top is there a way to fix this issues how can i just have regular gnome panel not the ones that come with 10.10 netbook edition is there any guide and how to take away this vertical panels and have normal panels.
I have two partitions installed on my computer, Ubuntu 10.04 (part. sda2) and Windows XP (part. sda1). When I restart my computer I get this message: error: file not found grub rescue>
I thought this must be a grub error, so I booteda Super Grub disk (v 0.9799). Then I tried to fix grub with the Super Grub disk, but I got this message: Error 15: File not found Booting 'not lucky' pause SGD has NOT succeeded SGD has NOT succeeded
I then booted the system using an Ubuntu live CD, version 10.04.I tried to repair the sda2 Ubuntu partition. At a terminal prompt I ran [code] sudo e2fsck -f -y -v /dev/sda2. This did not work. It ended with "e2fsck aborted". I could not repair the Ubuntu partition, I tried to open the sda2 partition by running the terminal command [code] sudo mount /dev/sda2 /mnt. I received the following message:
mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sda2 missing codepage or helper program, or other error In some cases useful info is found in syslog - try dmesg | tail or so
Using the ntfs-config program, I can easily mount the Windows XP partition (sda1). It mounts and I can read or write the files on the Windows XP partition. So at least Windows XP is not damaged. I downloaded and ran the boot info script, and here are the results:
Code: Boot Info Script 0.55 dated February 15th, 2010 => Grub 2 is installed in the MBR of /dev/sda and looks on the same drive in partition #2 for /boot/grub .....
I have requirement to delete some log files from a directory if a string"deletethisfile" is found.Then restart the application servers.1. Search for the string ?deletethisfile? in server.log file under a directory, If found 2. Stop that particular server.3. Delete the log file 4. Restart the server.
I have just finished the upgrade of the latest version and I'm at the point of my system restating.
My system automatically tried to restart but on the restart I got the 'terminal' view. It stopped when asking for my username (it never normally asks for this before the grub menu) and then password. I didn't get any further than that.
I now have on my screen (still in the terminal view before the grub menu)
I'm on my phone now so I don't actually have the symbol for before the dollar sign but your know what it is. The raised S on a 90 degree angle.
how to dual boot XP, Win7 and F13? I ask this because I tried it a few weeks ago and I couldn't boot into XP. I installed XP, Win7 and Fedora in that order and when I tried to boot into XP from grub I got the message Code: Boot Mgr not found. Press Cntrl-Alt-Del to restart
installed lenny and am trying to install brother dcp7010 again:
1) i can't start CUPS server with /etc/init.d/cups restart "file not found", there is a cups@ link in /etc/init.d.
2) when i install dcp7010 cupswrapper
dpkg -i cupswrapperDCP7010-2.0.1-2.i386.de it ends with " lpinfo: Verbindung zum Server nicht m�glich: Verbindungsaufbau abgelehnt lpadmin: Verbindung zum Server nicht m�glich: Verbindungsaufbau abgelehnt" (connection to server not possible, refused)
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4)foomatic-gui can't find the installed dcp7010 lpr-driver
brdcp7010lpr-2.0.1-1.i386.deb, (a couple of days ago it did)
This is frustrating because it worked in etch and worked for awhile in lenny. The dcp7010-scanner does work.
I have a suspend problem in my laptop. Sometimes, when resuming from suspend, the network adapter is down (that is, the network does not work and the light of the network adapter is off). Restarting the network service doesn't work, because I think that the system forgot about the hardware, and probably the driver should be reloaded.Does anyone knows how to do that?(ps. /etc/init.d/networking restart does not work, because the hardware driver is not being recognized anymore).
i have installed dhcp,there i declared the subnet and network,i used command include "/etc/dhcpd.conf.jutu1"; to start and other files, but it show me this error when i want to restart the DHCP, if you need more information contact me, i have configured this file too jutu1, but it don't let me to restart dhcp from /etc/init.d/dhcpd restart, this show me this message
Whenever I choose "Restart" from the GDM screen, GDM appears to shutdown, and the first TTY is displayed with a login prompt at the bottom (assuming I haven't used that TTY). I am by no estimation a patient individual, but I waited a solid minute or two for something to happen, but nothing ever did. I end up logging in as root on that TTY and running "shutdown -r now" to get the job done. This is a shared computer, and ideally any user should be able to perform shutdown options graphically from GDM.The only mentioned workaround doesn't apply to me as I am using the nvidia driver, not intel.
whats the difference between restarting/stopping apache using 'service httpd restart/stop' and apachectl restart/stop. I know that using 'service httpd restart' is actually a script in /etc/init.d/httpd but what about apachectl?
I followed the instructions in this guide to get the plasma workspace without having to migrate to kde:http://digitizor.com/2010/01/01/how-...28Digitizor%29All went well, I was able to complete all the steps in the guide, and I double clicked the "plasma workspace.sh" and it launched the plasma workspace fine.Then I tried using the gnome-desktop.sh the same way, but it just started the gnome desktop and quickly reverted to the plasma workspace. So I looked at the commands in the plasma.sh and the gnome.sh, and the commands on the guide page, and noticed they were the same for both shell scripts. So I changed the gnome desktop.sh from:
I deleted all my panels and have been using AWN. Well, Ive decided that I want my panels back. I can get the panels to run through terminal but if i restart, they disappear again. How do I permanently restore my panels? I know that I had to turn off the values for Gnome-panel when deleting the last panel, and I just dont know where I went to do it because I was following instructions from another thread.
i'm an EEE PC user planning an imminent move to Ubuntu Lucid/ Maverick & Debian Sid . . i've put some work into my existing Ubuntu install based on 9.10 karmic nbr2 and am very happy with the results - full credit and thanks to allscreenshots of my work in progress ati'm therefore hoping to be able to upgrade my machine rather than do a fresh install, tho i have by now got .iso's of my present install and backups( dumps ) of gconf.managed to trash my panels a few days back and ended up rebuilding themas gconf --loadand restoring my /.gconf had failed to do the trick of restoring.
I installed the two-panel Nautilus version to Karmic and it added a "start_with_extra_panel" key to gconf. Now, after an upgrade to Lucid, the key is still there but it has no mapping. So, is there a way to tell Gnome to always start with two panels in Lucid?
I have a computer which I have just installed Ubuntu on, after wiping the hard drive and everything is fine except that upon login (it is set to login automatically and skip the login screen), no panels appear. Everything is fully functional: the mouse moves, I can right-click to create a new folder, etc. but I cannot access anything because I have no panels. I have tried two different monitors, one 17" and one smaller (I think 15") and both do the same thing.
I accidentally closed my panels and now my computer EEE with XUbuntu 8.10 has no top or bottom bars. The command i need is xfrc4-panel but where to I put this to make it startup again correctly. What folder and what file and where in the file, and are there any parameters to add.
So, after upgrade from 10.10 to 11.04, after I login there are no panels. Only thing I can do is right click and bring down a drop-down menu. So I created firefox launcher. I've tried to reboot in recovery mode, in some display safe mode, and all panels and windows look fine, with all window buttons, so I tried to change display driver from current recommended to 173 (Nvidia). After reboot problem is still here. I also tried to rename new xorg.conf and replace it with what I think was pre-upgrade one in /etc/X11 but nothing helped.
I've done a fresh install of 10.04 (amd64) on a computer with two screens and twinview configured and I don't see how to move the Gnome panels to the second screen.Left-clicking and dragging them to the desired position (something that worked fine in 8.04) doesn't seem to work. Needless to say that the position picker in properties does not contain any "second screen" options.
I just did a fresh install of 10.04, everything was fine until I ran the update manager then 1 the computer wouldnt shut down, so I used the power buttom to power down and 2 after the updates ,,when my computer booted back up , I have lost both of my panels. all I can do is right click the desktop. this is the second time for this computer the other ones I installed 10.04 on didnt do this to me . I am working on a Dell optiplex gx110.
I installed the two-panel Nautilus version to Karmic and it added a "start_with_extra_panel" key to gconf. Now, after an upgrade to Lucid, the key is still there but it has no mapping. So, is there a way to tell Nautilus to always start with two panels in Lucid? Also, how hard is it to replace the current version of Nautilus with the one from ppa:berndth/ppa as I really like that one?
I'm an experienced programmer on other systems, but pretty new to Ubuntu. I'm having trouble with a fresh install of 10.4 Lucid Lynx on an old Pentium III desktop that was working fine with a previous release of Ubuntu. The problem started after an upgrade to 10.4, persisted after doing a clean install from CD, and is still there after installing all recommended updates.
The symptom is that after login, neither the top nor the bottom gnome panels are displayed. I can right-click on the desktop and get the desktop menu, and I can type Alt-F1 and get the left-hand launcher menus, though the top panel still does not display.
The problem does not always occur, but nearly always. The first login to a newly created account will often show the panels, but in subsequent logins the panels are hidden.
If I login in Failsafe GNOME mode, the panels will appear.
I can fix the problem for a given login session by opening gconf-editor, editing /apps/panels/toplevels/top_panel_screen0, and toggling auto_hide on and then off again. If I log out and back in again, the problem recurs. The problem is that I'm trying to set up this computer for some very naive users, so this kind of workaround isn't really practical.
I'm not sure if it matters, but in the Appearance preferences, visual effects are set to "none".
how I might get the gnome panels to appear reliably?