Ubuntu :: Changing Default Network Tool Back To Whatever Comes As Standard

Aug 2, 2010

i have changed the network/internet tool on ubuntu 9.04 to wicd which now doesn't work, ethernet or wireless connection how do i change it back to whatever the default is?

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Ubuntu :: Changing Login Screen Back To Default?

Aug 15, 2010

First of all not sure if this is the correct forum but anyway.Ok well i installed this theme because i liked the look of windows 7 (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.p...content=113264).So i ran the GUIUninstall.sh and it seemed to work but the login screen still has the theme i was wondering how i could change it back to the defualt one.

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Ubuntu :: Firefox Setting Keep Changing Back To Default?

Sep 30, 2010

I'm not sure exactly what happened, but starting a few hours ago, every time i open firefox,the settings have all reverted to the default. I change them back to what i prefer, then when i open it again they are back to the default.

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Ubuntu :: Changing Default Desktop Back To Gnome?

Jun 7, 2011

Today I installed Xubuntu desktop on my normal Ubuntu, to see what it's like, and to have the option to run a more minimal desktop when I want.

My only problem is that my login screen loads with the Xubuntu theme. This wouldn't be a problem except it makes it take significantly longer to boot into Ubuntu (Gnome).

How can I change it back so that Gnome is the default, and XFCE only gets loaded if I pick it at login?

what are my options with customizing Gnome at the login screen?

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OpenSUSE :: 11.3 LXDE Keeps Changing Wallpaper Back To Default?

Dec 27, 2010

I can set it but when I reboot it goes back to default

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OpenSUSE Network :: SAMBA - Changing Default Permissions On Files And Directories Created From Windows Clients

Mar 9, 2010

I have a fileserver running openSUSE 11.2 and samba services for file access from MS Windows based workstations. My question relates to changing default permissions on files and directories created from the windows clients.

Following are extracts of the /etc/samba/smb.conf file :

Even with the above entries, sometimes there are files and directories created by the windows clients having permission

Probably my lack of understanding in ACLS.

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OpenSUSE :: Setting The System Back To Standard KDE 4.6.0?

Jun 15, 2011

over here on my desktop I have KDE 4.6.4 running, updated from 4.6.0 through all intermediate steps. In the last few days I feel, that it got a bit unstable and I think, I have messed it up again, with doing some stupid things in the repository management. But of course, I donīt remember what I did...

So I am asking myself, if I could reset the system to the state where it came from: KDE 4.6.0, including all the updates from the standard openSUSE repositories.

I would do it as follows:

1. deactivate the additional KDE repositories and X11 from OBS (I needed it for installing xbindkeys)

2. switch packages to the standard repositories, which came with openSUSE, and also switch the packages to Packman

3. run an update, or how it is called, the switch back to 4.6.0

would this work, or would I completly mess the system up?

I then would leave it like it is, with the only additional repoīs: Packman

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Ubuntu :: Changing Default Studio Appearance To Default?

Sep 28, 2010

I was using ubuntu 10.04 till yesterday.. and due to hdd crash i have changed my hdd.

while looking for my installation disc, my wall-mate gives me this Ubuntu Studio dvd and instead of downloading a new one, i have installed the studio. at the first sight ... i am being a fond of studio version .. its really cool.

now, i am quite habituated with default appearance of ubuntu, i found studio appearance is quite unusual (for me, menu layouts, panel everything).

I would like to know how do i change this default appearance like ubuntu default 10.04 appearance. I am attaching a screen-shoot of my friends desktop, he upgraded his ubuntu thru apptitude update.

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CentOS 5 Networking :: Configure Server1 To Have A Different Hostname On The Standard Network Than On The Virtual Network?

Oct 5, 2010

I have a server that is on both a standard network and a virtual network, as follows: server1 attached to standard network server1 acting as Dom0 with two linux DomU guests (under Xen) I only have one network card. How do I configure server1 to have a different hostname on the standard network than on the virtual network? Here are the relevant network configuration files for server1:

/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0:1
DEVICE=eth0:1
BOOTPROTO=none
NETMASK=255.255.255.0
IPADDR=192.168.122.9

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General :: Best And Easy Tool To Use In System To Back Up Data From Windows?

Apr 20, 2010

I want to know which backup tool is used in Linux to back up data from windows machine to linux machine, is amenda? Please guide me.

Also tell me where to download it from?

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Software :: Tool To Back Up And Restore An NTFS Partition With Bad Sectors?

Jan 27, 2010

I've been using Knoppix "Live CD" 6.2 and partimage 0.6.7 to back up and restore my Microsoft Windows XP system volumes on various computers. However, partimage seems to be unwilling to back up one of these NTFS volumes which has bad sectors, some unreadable data. It hits that and stops. But this appears to happen at the same place when I have already used Windows to find and mark and, I assume, remove from use, the bad sectors. Hmm. I thought they'd be ignored. It appears I thought wrong.

If so, which of several other Linux-based or other partition backup tools may be suitable for the task - to ignore or tolerate bad sectors? The main goal is to be able to update the volume subsequently in a way that may be a terrible mistake, and in that case to restore the previous version. Sometime not too far in the future, I suppose I have to think about replacing the disk.

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Ubuntu :: Splash Screen Not Changing Back?

Feb 11, 2010

I just installed kubuntu desktop on my system, now when I boot my system, the kubuntu loading screen comes up (after the grub loading and before the login page). I've tried to change the screen by editing the grub menu list as told in some forum topics but it makes no change. How do I change my splash screen back to that of ubuntu or ant other image.

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Ubuntu :: Clock Display Changing From UTC To CDT And Back?

Apr 6, 2011

In the clock display (Kubuntu 10.10 32-bit defaults at the lower right in the task bar) I have been having a problem. When I right click on the clock (is there a name for right-clicking when referring to both right and left handed people?) or sometimes when I just run my mouse over the clock, it changes from CDT to UTC. Doing it again reverses that. I'm speaking about the actual clock on the task bar, not the pop-up panel (tool tip?) that comes up when you roll your mouse over it.

I have both time zones selected so that I can see them in the pop-up info panel when I run the mouse over the clock for a second. But, normally, I just want the CST/CDT displayed always, in the task bar.

I've looked at all the options I could find and haven't found what I missed. It started up recently, so it was probably some setting I changed, but now can't find.

A minor problem, but annoying. Anyone? If the answer is already out there, link me up!

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Ubuntu Networking :: Reset All Network Settings To Standard?

Mar 11, 2011

Is there a way of resetting all of the network settings to standard, as if a fresh copy of ubuntu had just been installed? The resulting discussion trouble-shooting the OP's specific problems were detailed and informative, but failed to answer the fundamental question:

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Debian :: Hw Clock Drift - Keeps Changing Back To UTC

Feb 24, 2011

The clock keeps changing back to UTC which is not so good. My local timezone is about UTC +7. It appears to be good until I reboot. I can change manually in the bios or enter the following command hwclock --systohc --localtime No matter what it goes back to UTC. I checked the timezone data is correctly recorded and it is...

The command hwclock returns Wed 23 Feb 2011 08:18:05 PM ICT The command date returns Wed Feb 23 20:19:25 ICT 2011 so this shows the system time and the hardware time are the same but they use the 12 and 24 hour clock which is strange since the bios supports only the 24 hour clock. I wonder if the time / date syntax has to be presented in the same way on both the system and the hardware? The time ICT zone appears to be correct.

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Ubuntu :: Changing Default Permissions Of /dev/sdb

Jan 4, 2010

im looking to allow virtualbox raw disk access to /dev/sdb

currently if i

ls -l /dev/sdb
brw-rw---- 1 root disk 8,2010-01-04 17:00 /dev/sdb

now if i chmod this to 777 or use chown to change the owner this temporarily works but after a few moments it defaults back to its original permissions.

is there a way i can define the permission? i was thinking fstab but i can't have a mount point?

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Ubuntu :: 10.04 - Changing Permission To 755 (Default)

Jun 21, 2010

I am using Xampp on ubuntu 10.04 and I have set my document root to a folder in my home directory for ease of use with netbeans. There are several times where I have to manually go and change the permission to 755. If you just place a file in the directory it does not default to 755, seems odd since the document root folder is in my home directory. Chmod works fine but I was wondering is their a way to make all files or folders added to my document root to default to 755?

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Ubuntu :: Changing The Default Wm Of Startx?

Mar 15, 2011

I'll use i3-wm, just want to know how can I start it instead of gnome using startx.

By the way, where can I get detailed info on X? I am a little confused, don't really understand what startx really starts, what X is and what does it do, how to config.

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Ubuntu :: Changing The Default OS In GRUB?

Jul 19, 2010

How do I change the default operating system in Grub? I'm running Ubuntu and Windows 7.

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Software :: Make Rectangle Select Tool In Gimp The Default Selection?

Jun 30, 2011

The first thing I do when I launch Gimp is to make the Rectangle Select Tool the active selection.The default selection is the Paintbrush Tool. I find this selection dangerous because it's easy to paint over an image that I do not want marked up. There must be some sort of config file that can be altered. I am using Gimp 2.6.8 under Ubuntu Linux.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Changing Default Boot OS To UNR?

Feb 22, 2010

I have a Toshiba NB 205 Netbook. It is currently dual boot with Win 7 and UNR (9.10). The default OS is Win 7. I would like to leave the machine as dual boot, but make UNR the default boot OS, so that I don't have to babysit the machine and choose UNR every time I reboot the machine. BTW, I am delighted with UNR! What a great OS. Really like how it plays so nicely with Firefox. And much faster than Win 7.

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Ubuntu :: Changing Part Of Default Icon

Feb 24, 2010

I know how to install icons but i do not want to do it that way because almost all of the icons pack out there are incomplete leaving some of my programs with no icons if i install it.

Now i want to use ubuntu icon but i just want to change the icons of the folders only. Can anybody direct me to the folder where the default ubuntu "Humanity" icons are stored?

I only want to replace the humanity folder with the new folder icon which i found.

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Ubuntu :: Changing Default OS To Windows In GRUB

May 17, 2010

I've seen previous threads about this, but they're rather old and I can't seem to apply their solution to the latest (10.04) stable release of Ubuntu.

What's the "best" way of changing the default option in the bootloader? I'd rather set it to "Windows 7" for the time being as it's what I use at work.

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Ubuntu :: Changing 10.10 Default Package Installer?

Jan 20, 2011

I am using Ubuntu 10.10. I have a situation to where I need to use synaptic package instead of Ubuntu Software Center. How do I change the default *deb package manager from "Ubuntu Software Center" to "Synaptic Package Manager".

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Ubuntu :: Changing The Default Devanagari Font?

Apr 13, 2011

When I recently installed a unicode devanagari font (raghindi.ttf), it was set as the default devanagari font. The original one was better. How can i change back?

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Ubuntu :: Changing Default Sound Device

May 5, 2011

I have headphones connected via usb and every time I restart computer or disconnect them, my sound output is switched to laptop speakers. Is there a way to make so that every time the headphones are detected, they would be used automatically?

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Ubuntu :: Changing Default Java Environment Used?

Jul 26, 2011

How do you switch the default Java environment used from openjdk to sun-java6?

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Ubuntu :: Changing 10.10 Default Package Installer

Jan 20, 2011

I am using Ubuntu 10.10. I have a situation to where I need to use synaptic package instead of Ubuntu Software Center. How do I change the default *deb package manager from "Ubuntu Software Center" to "Synaptic Package Manager". I have users that are not to cli savvy so I need them to be able to do this in the GUI. I have clients that are having trouble installing a package that hangs because of the installation agreement(terminal window) that has to be answered but because the terminal window is not being displayed, it cannot be viewed it just hangs so I want them to use synaptic manager.

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Ubuntu :: Changing The Default Live CD Desktop Appearance?

Mar 25, 2010

recently I have been trying to create the perfect custom ubuntu .iso to write to a usb drive so i could carry around a live cd version of my current desktop operating system. I have 2 problems...

1: using various tools like Remastersys, Ubuntu Customization Kit, and Ubuntu's own LiveCDCustomization tutorial I have managed to install most of the packages that I want.... Truecrypt is not in the repos and i would very much like it on my custom live cd. while in chroot i tried using wget to download it then extract and install it, but i got a 404 error so it did not seem to be connecting to the place to download it. is there a workaround to getting truecrypt to install into my extracted squashfs? would it be possible to download the packages to my desktop then copy them over to my chroot squashfs to be installed?

2: I have not been able to customize the default appearance of the desktop environment like the background, icons,colors, window border, panels, applets, and so on.... Ubuntu's tutorial states that I need to edit .xmls in /etc/gconf but i do not understand how to edit those to get what I want. LiveCD creates a new user with default settings everytime it is started so its a matter of editing the files that control the settings of a new user.

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Ubuntu :: Changing Some Default Ways Programs Start?

Oct 28, 2010

am running 10.10 64bit and I am wanting to change a few wayssome programs start up on boot, they are as follows:1. make NetworkManager not load onboot and require me to manually start it in the command line2. make bluetooth not start on boot and allow to manually start it from the command line3. make networking not boot on startand start manually from command line I have been trying to search on google but most of thereads I find are about removing things completely and the few that werent did not work for what I want to do.

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