Been using JUK to play MP3 files until tonight.
I was scanning tool bar and must have inadvertently clicked something but don't know what. Now I get no audio when I click play. Also it looks like some of the file info on some files is missing like "artist" and "Genre" but can't be positive.
I can play audio via aplay on other files from the command line.
That's not the exact error message but here's the problem, I can Remote Desktop my Debian PC and login however after that I don't get a GUI but rather an error saying that It can't load up the GUI because it was not found.
A fresh install of Arch on my laptop reveals a few things: particularly, backlight brightness is completely hardware controlled. I've been able to turn down the brightness on the most bare terminal install with Arch and Gentoo for a while.
Hi, I have been working with a minimal install using only xserver and fluxbox. I was fairly happy with logging in from the terminal and then typing "startx" to get into my fluxbox session, but I tried installing lightdm for the heck of it. After that, everything stopped working... so I booted into recovery mode and removed lightdm and the other stuff it installed.
Just installed Linux for the first time (Ubuntu 12.04) and I partitions my HD as a force of habit thing (no real reason behind it).
As I try to copy files I backed up, I can copy them to my home directory but not to my other partitions (names "Uni" and "****" for uni related stuff and random ****, respectively).
Howdy! Using GNOME: gnome-terminal 2.18.2 here. QUESTION: How do I associate *txt files to a launcher object I created for Vim on my Desktop? Let's call it "MyVimLauncher". It starts Vim without any files loaded when I click on it.
I noticed that most of my photos are missing.... :mad:
So I went into my home folder and clicked File -> Restore Missing Files (I had kept a Deja Dup backup). It came up with a few files, but only ones from the Home directory itself, not the folders inside it. If I open Pictures -> Photos and click Restore Missing Files I get a file (actually a folder) called "2011".