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Network manager indicator missingview story

http://askubuntu.com – I recently upgraded from 11.10 to 12.04. My first attempt failed, and I received an error stating that not all of the required packages were downloaded. Before (successfully) attempting again, I noticed that there was no longer a networking indicator in the upper panel. (HowTos)

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Great review of Android 4.1 Jelly Beanview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – My Asus Eee-Pad Transformer was upgraded to ICS less than a month ago but I'm already itching to get my grubby paws on this latest version! I'm hoping it will be available for the Asus, but like ICS, I'm sure we over here won't get it straight away :( Unless I forgo a new pair of Doctor Martens in September and save up for a Nexus 7 :D http://www.theverge.com/2012/7/3/313...ly-bean-review (HowTos)

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Waldorf to USB for netbook installationview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Greetings Ladies and Germs,Attempting to install Waldorf on a Asus Eee PC 1000HE netbook that currently has #!.  In fact, I think it already has Waldorf but I want to do a fresh install because I screwed up the LVM management during the first install in early May.I am trying to install via USB but keep getting the following after I choose the language in the first step: There was a problem re (HowTos)

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A Lament for Netbooksview story

http://www.thevarguy.com – It’s been obvious for some time that netbooks never conquered the world in the way some had predicted they might. But it wasn’t until I recently began shopping around to replace the netbook I bought in 2009 that I realized just how totally and completely netbooks have disappeared from the market. And that makes me sad. (IT news)

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[edubuntu] Install Windows XP on edubuntu [not dualboot]view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I'm using edubuntu 12.04 on my Asus Eee PC 900HA laptop. Now I want to delete the edubuntu OS and install XP instead. I don't need edubuntu and XP both [not dual boot]. The laptop doesn't have a CD ROM and I'm using a flash drive for booting and instaling. I've already made my flash drive bootable with XP following this tutorial. Do I have to make any changes before I install XP? (Hardware)

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Tutorial for making GTK3 themesview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – GTK themes in Gnome 3 follow a new syntax that is different from GTK2. The new CSS syntax in GTK3 makes it easier to make themes. Though it is easy to understand the CSS syntax than the old gtkrc syntax, it is not enough to know just CSS. GTK themes are more than that. A good start can be this tutorial and specifically this. I will try to explain in brief what I have learnt about GTK3 theming. (HowTos)

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Adding wbar to autostart without OpenBox going haywireview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I did a fresh install of CB on my Eee. Installed and configured the awesome wbar and added a launcher to autostart.sh. Rebooted, and the panel at the bottom is gone, right-click on the "desktop" dosesn't work, all it allows me to do is to start Firefox in som weird mode. And so forth.I had to boot CB from a pendrive to get around to changing autostart.sh back. (HowTos)

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Video issue after suspending Ubuntu 12.04view story

http://www.ubuntux.org – I installed the version 12.04 LTS on a Netbook Asus EEE PC 1101HA. I had a video problem at the boot time but it was solved by following these steps >> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupp...eoCardsPoulsbo I see that if I suspend the netbook there's no problem. (Distributions)

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problem handling lov in FOR loopview story

http://www.unix.com – Hi all, i am trying to process a list of values in FILE like this: aaa:bbb ccc:ddd eee:fff With the following logic: Code: for INFO in FILE do export F1=`cut -f1,3,5,7 -d":" < FILE` export F2=`cut -f2,3,5,7 -d":" < FILE`   ssh $F1 bash <<EOF   echo $F1 echo $F2 date EOF done The problem I am finding is that the cut is extracting ALL values in t (HowTos)

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Get More From Your Battery With Jupiter [Linux]view story

http://www.makeuseof.com – Get better battery life from your Linux laptop. Jupiter Applet is a small program that helps you save energy by adjusting your CPU, tweaking the Linux kernel and your hardware. (General)