DocLock is a small software (3.5 MB) that is powerful to lock and protect your private files and folders using password you specify. The user interface is very nice, so anyone can easily use and lock their files quickly. To protect and lock your files, simply drag and drop your files you want to protect. [...]
Currently, while Ubuntu One can be installed under KDE, Dolphin does not know about it, so it cannot set folders other than Ubuntu One to sync. There is a command line utility, "u1sdtool", which performs most if not all the functions you need.
Setting the keyring password to be the same as your login won't prevent Ubuntu One asking you for it again on login.
Can you remember all the passwords, especially where youve one foreign key, one number, one alphabet and has minimum of 8 characters? Or do you have one password for all the sites? Can you still remember all of them when youre forced to change password every 1 or 3 months and you cant use the same password that youve used in last 10 times?
When I try to fix my low graphics error I get other error messages that look this or different variations of this.
not using locking for read only lock file /var/cache/apt/archives/lock
not using locking for read only lock file /var/lib/dpkg/lock
unable to write to /var/cache/apt/
The package lists or status file could not be parsed or opened.
I've searched the forms and I saw the delete password zip file, but I think that my phone has the usb disabled. I setup a password late last night, and I can't for the life of me remember the password. I did a reset of the cache, but it is still asking for password.
I have also tried new passwords. I'm up to 40 and it didn't offer any way to reset the password.
Is anyone else having GPS issues in the Houston area? My Nexus 7 and and E4GT GPS isn't locking. My E4GT is on a custom ROM, but my Nexus 7 is just stock rooted and I can't get a lock. Using the Phone Tester app and they're not locking. Just constantly searching.
Edit: Tested on my friend's Evo 4G and he's getting an issue too. If we try to use Navigation it keeps saying "Searching for GPS.
Fans of side-scrolling action games may want to check out a new title from Eggbones software – Blind Ninja: Sing. In the game, users guide their Ninja, Sing, across roofs, avoid falling houses, and slash their way through scarecrow enemies. The game features accelerated gameplay for both the player and the enemies the longer and farther you guide Sing.