JMZ | 22 Jun 13:38 2016
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making DBAN thumb drives with unetbootin

Hi,

Okay, OT but I've been having problems using unetbootin to make dban 
thumb drives.  I'd use a CD (much easier to make), but I need to wipe a 
sans-CD drive netbook.  My external disc drive conked out a while back, 
so I'm out of luck :-(

Generally, I format my thumb drives to fat32, simply because most are 
used on a windows machine eventually.  Unetbootin won't create complete 
linux bootup files on a fat32 thumb drive, resulting in an unbootable 
drive (though it will transfer the dban iso file). Formatting the thumb 
drive to ext4 does not help.

Am I missing a step in the unetbootin process?  Better yet, is there 
another way to create a bootable dban thumb drive without using unetbootin?

Thanks,
Jordan

Jesse Palser | 19 Jun 18:37 2016
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Duplicate Applications In Classic "Applications Menu"?

Hi,

Have a minor issue with my newly installed and fully up to date Xubuntu 
16.04 64Bit.
I am a novice Linux user and tried searching on the Internet but can't 
seem to solve this issue.

I use the classic "Applications Menu".
After installing all my applications I noticed two duplicates that I 
wish to fix by removing one from menu.
In "Applications Menu" I have the following two duplicates:
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/Run Program (want to remove this one)
/Accessories/Run Program
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/Terminal Emulator (want to remove this one)
/Accessories/Terminal Emulator
---------------------------------------

I ran: /Settings/Menu Editor in the menu and looked at the two above 
application duplicates.
Problem is if I choose: "Hide from menu" for one, then both disappear 
from the menu?
(thats the two minor issues I have now - all other applications are 
shown properly in menu)

Again, I am a novice Linux user.
Any expert Linux XFCE/Xubuntu users can solve these two duplicate 
applications in menu?

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Will | 19 Jun 02:04 2016
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Re: xubuntu-users Digest, Vol 113, Issue 5

I wish I could bring a computer with Windoz Xp
then have virtual box installed
then have MS Word installed inside VB 

Is such a process possible?

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Date: Thu, 16 Jun 2016 11:52:57 -0700
From: Jeffrey Needle <jeff.needle-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org>
To: Xubuntu Support and User Discussions
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Subject: Re: [xubuntu-users] Funny problem with VLC
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Content-Type: text/plain; charset=windows-1252; format=flowed

Well, lsblk gave me the drive mounted at /media/jeff/584C11B03DEE3B5B.
I went back to VLC, navigated to /media/jeff, and bingo! there it was!
No idea why it wasn't there the other day!

Thanks so much.

On 06/16/2016 12:23 AM, JMZ wrote:
> Hi Jeffrey,
>
> When a media source is plugged into ubuntu linux, the drive is
> auto-mounted to /media.  This might not be a good place for your
> external drive to end up.  See if remounting the drive somewhere else
> allows you to access your external drive.
>
> 1) Close VLC and open a terminal window.
>
> 2) type 'lsblk'.   (I don't think you will need sudo, but throw a sudo
> in there if needed.) This will give you a tree diagram of your mounted
> drives, drive data capacities, and /dev assignments. This should help
> you track down where your external drive is in the /dev hierarchy.
>
> 3) find and write down the /dev assignment for your external drive.
>
> 4) Y'know what, leave /media as it is.  The external drive can be
> mounted at two places at once.
>
> 5) Create some directory for the /dev to point to.  You will need to
> use 'sudo mkdir' off the root, should you wish to create a directory
> one layer off root (your call).
>
> 6) mount the external drive like this:
>
> ------> (6a) 'sudo mount /dev/[/dev drive assignment]  /[name of
> target directory], where [/dev drive assignment] is a code such as
> sda1, sdb2 etc.  [name of target directory] refers to the directory
> you have just created as a destination for the external drive
>
> Now try accessing your media files off the external drive with VLC,
> drawing data from the target directory.
>
> Good luck and Happy Motoring,
> Jordan
>
> On 06/16/2016 02:34 AM, Jeffrey Needle wrote:
>> Hi. Just installed Xubuntu, 64-bit.  Fully updated.
>>
>> I prefer VLC for playing media.  For some reason, VLC isn't reading
>> my external drive where I have the videos I want to watch.  Parole
>> Media Player finds it just fine.
>>
>> Anyone have any idea how I can fix this?  I've tried navigating to
>> the drive, but I can't find it anywhere in VLC's program.
>>
>> Many thanks.
>>
>
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Well, lsblk gave me the drive mounted at /media/jeff/584C11B03DEE3B5B.<br>
I went back to VLC, navigated to /media/jeff, and bingo! there it was!<br>
No idea why it wasn't there the other day!<br><br>
Thanks so much.<br><br>
On 06/16/2016 12:23 AM, JMZ wrote:<br>
&gt; Hi Jeffrey,<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; When a media source is plugged into ubuntu linux, the drive is<br>
&gt; auto-mounted to /media.&nbsp; This might not be a good place for your<br>
&gt; external drive to end up.&nbsp; See if remounting the drive somewhere else<br>
&gt; allows you to access your external drive.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; 1) Close VLC and open a terminal window.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; 2) type 'lsblk'.&nbsp; &nbsp;(I don't think you will need sudo, but throw a sudo<br>
&gt; in there if needed.) This will give you a tree diagram of your mounted<br>
&gt; drives, drive data capacities, and /dev assignments. This should help<br>
&gt; you track down where your external drive is in the /dev hierarchy.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; 3) find and write down the /dev assignment for your external drive.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; 4) Y'know what, leave /media as it is.&nbsp; The external drive can be<br>
&gt; mounted at two places at once.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; 5) Create some directory for the /dev to point to.&nbsp; You will need to<br>
&gt; use 'sudo mkdir' off the root, should you wish to create a directory<br>
&gt; one layer off root (your call).<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; 6) mount the external drive like this:<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; ------&gt; (6a) 'sudo mount /dev/[/dev drive assignment]&nbsp; /[name of<br>
&gt; target directory], where [/dev drive assignment] is a code such as<br>
&gt; sda1, sdb2 etc.&nbsp; [name of target directory] refers to the directory<br>
&gt; you have just created as a destination for the external drive<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; Now try accessing your media files off the external drive with VLC,<br>
&gt; drawing data from the target directory.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; Good luck and Happy Motoring,<br>
&gt; Jordan<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; On 06/16/2016 02:34 AM, Jeffrey Needle wrote:<br>
&gt;&gt; Hi. Just installed Xubuntu, 64-bit.&nbsp; Fully updated.<br>
&gt;&gt;<br>
&gt;&gt; I prefer VLC for playing media.&nbsp; For some reason, VLC isn't reading<br>
&gt;&gt; my external drive where I have the videos I want to watch.&nbsp; Parole<br>
&gt;&gt; Media Player finds it just fine.<br>
&gt;&gt;<br>
&gt;&gt; Anyone have any idea how I can fix this?&nbsp; I've tried navigating to<br>
&gt;&gt; the drive, but I can't find it anywhere in VLC's program.<br>
&gt;&gt;<br>
&gt;&gt; Many thanks.<br>
&gt;&gt;<br>
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Jesse Palser | 18 Jun 19:03 2016
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[16.04 64Bit]-Any Idea When AMD Proprietary Display Driver Will Be Released?

Hi,

I've got a fairly good desktop with an AMD Radeon HD 7800 2GB GDDR5 GPU.
It's collecting dust now with Windows 10 Pro 64Bit and I don't like Windows.
Any ideas when AMD will release a working proprietary Ubuntu 16.04 
display driver?
Thanks...And great operating system - it's the best!

Jesse

Pasi Lallinaho | 17 Jun 16:04 2016
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Fwd: Xubuntu 16.04 LTS - 32-bit and Flash

Hello Todd,

forwarding your message to the Xubuntu users mailing list which is designed for user support etc.

Cheers,
Pasi

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Xubuntu 16.04 LTS - 32-bit and Flash
Mon, 13 Jun 2016 20:47:14 -0400
Todd Batrynchuk <toddb-DoxXVtUh5iVQzBAk7ThYiGGuw0e09/DS@public.gmane.org>
xubuntu-devel-nLRlyDuq1AZFpShjVBNYrg@public.gmane.org


Having just installed Xubuntu 16.04 LTS 32-bit on my laptop and I cannot find any way of getting Flash to work in Firefox. Even worse for Slimjet or Chromium.

It does manage to play YouTube videos, but I am completely unable to watch Twitch streams. 
Plus there are other sites that I go to and I'm out of luck there too. 

Is there a workaround? Recommendations, fixes, alternative Flash install (open source)?

And a rather silly question, how can I move the launch bar (taskbar) to the bottom of the screen?

Any help would be fantastic.

Best Regards,


Todd Batrynchuk
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          Even worse for Slimjet or Chromium.<br>
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        <div>It does manage to play YouTube videos, but I am completely
          unable to watch Twitch streams.&nbsp;<br>
          Plus there are other sites that I go to and I'm out of luck
          there too.&nbsp;</div>
        <div><br></div>
        <div>Is there a workaround? Recommendations, fixes, alternative
          Flash install (open source)?</div>
        <div><br></div>
        <div>And a rather silly question, how can I move the launch bar
          (taskbar) to the bottom of the screen?</div>
        <div><br></div>
        <div>Any help would be fantastic.</div>
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Jeffrey Needle | 16 Jun 08:34 2016
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Funny problem with VLC

Hi.  Just installed Xubuntu, 64-bit.  Fully updated.

I prefer VLC for playing media.  For some reason, VLC isn't reading my 
external drive where I have the videos I want to watch.  Parole Media 
Player finds it just fine.

Anyone have any idea how I can fix this?  I've tried navigating to the 
drive, but I can't find it anywhere in VLC's program.

Many thanks.

MR ZenWiz | 6 Jun 21:56 2016
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Xscreensaver power management broken

I run Xubuntu 14.04.4 and I use xscreensaver mainly because I like the
way it works, or did.

In one of the last tow kernel updates, the power management feature
seems to be crippled and it no longer shuts off my screen after the
allotted time.

I'm also contacting the maintainer separately.  However, my past
experience with him is that issues like this are not his (software's)
problem.

Any suggestions?  Using the xfce4 power manager is not acceptable - it
doesn't have the right kind of flexibility I need/want.

Thanks.
MR

Jesse Palser | 6 Jun 21:40 2016
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[16.04 64Bit]-Anyone Get Current VirtualBox Working?

Hi,

Running current Xubuntu 16.04 L.T.S. 64Bit fully updated.
I am trying to get VirtualBox for Ubuntu working but it does not work?

I downloaded and installed successfully VirtualBox from below website:
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/virtualbox/downloads/index.html
(used the "Ubuntu 16.04" *.deb package)

I can install and run current VirtualBox fine,
but after I setup a new virtual machine and try to run new VM it dies on 
me with an error?
Anyone know how to get current VirtualBox working on 16.04?
Thanks...

Jesse

jules s | 1 Jun 10:32 2016
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Systray Icon for Mono-Application

Hi Guys!

I have a Mono-Application that displays a systray Icon in Windows and KDE-plasma (for plasma there has to be installed the legacy-icons-package). The icon blinks if anything happens in that application as an indication for updates for the user.

Is there any package I can install to get this feature in xfce4?

Technically, the application is trying to send a 16x16 .ico file as Image to the systray which happily gets ignored by xfce.

I hope someone has an Idea about this...thanks in advance.
<div><div dir="ltr">Hi Guys!<div><br></div>
<div>I have a Mono-Application that displays a systray Icon in Windows and KDE-plasma (for plasma there has to be installed the legacy-icons-package). The icon blinks if anything happens in that application as an indication for updates for the user.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Is there any package I can install to get this feature in xfce4?</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Technically, the application is trying to send a 16x16 .ico file as Image to the systray which happily gets ignored by xfce.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>I hope someone has an Idea about this...thanks in advance.</div>
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Tong Sun | 30 May 20:54 2016

XUbuntu Core, meld: No GSettings schemas are installed on the system


I previously asked the question of,



on SO before, but now realized it is most probably a XUbuntu Core specific issue. 

Please check out the above SO post for details first. 
Now, the reason I think it is a XUbuntu Core specific issue is that, 

The system I'm having problem is based on XUbuntu Core, whereas 
I have another system that I installed via net-install, and for this specific system, there is no issue with meld. 

Since I'm installing everything the same on both systems, the natural conclusion I have is that it is a XUbuntu Core specific issue. 

Comments, Solutions...?

Thanks





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<div><h1 itemprop="name"><a href="http://stackoverflow.com/questions/37510261/ubuntu-meld-no-gsettings-schemas-are-installed-on-the-system" class="">Ubuntu meld: No GSettings schemas are installed on the system</a></h1></div>
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<a href="http://stackoverflow.com/questions/37510261/ubuntu-meld-no-gsettings-schemas-are-installed-on-the-system">http://stackoverflow.com/questions/37510261/ubuntu-meld-no-gsettings-schemas-are-installed-on-the-system</a><br>
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<div>on SO before, but now realized it is most probably a&nbsp;XUbuntu Core specific issue.&nbsp;</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Please check out the above SO post for details first.&nbsp;</div>
<div>Now, the reason I think it is a&nbsp;XUbuntu Core specific issue is that,&nbsp;</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>The system I'm having problem is based on XUbuntu Core, whereas&nbsp;</div>
<div>I have another system that I installed via net-install, and for this specific&nbsp;system, there is no issue with meld.&nbsp;</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Since I'm installing everything the same on both systems, the natural conclusion I have is that it is a&nbsp;XUbuntu Core specific issue.&nbsp;</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Comments, Solutions...?</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Thanks</div>
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Pasi Lallinaho | 27 May 11:38 2016
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Fwd: Linux for lenovo miix

Forwarding this to the more appropriate users list from the developer list queue.

Cheers,
Pasi

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Linux for lenovo miix
Wed, 25 May 2016 09:31:32 +0200
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Hello,

I'd like to ask you, If you have any experience running Xubuntu (or any linux) on this device or something similar
http://shop.lenovo.com/sk/sk/tablets/ideapad/miix-series/miix-300-10-inch/index.html#tab-technické_špecifikácie

I'd like to buy It. But I'm using now 7 year linux. It would be better to kill myself than using Windows :D 

Do you have any idea about running linux at Atom processors or if all drivers are working. If tis possible to install linux at this device of course.

Thanks a lot.

Have a wonderfull day :)


Adam Marcik


-- Pasi Lallinaho (knome) » http://open.knome.fi/ Leader of the Shimmer Project » http://shimmerproject.org/ Ubuntu member, Xubuntu Website lead » http://xubuntu.org/
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    Forwarding this to the more appropriate users list from the
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        <p dir="ltr">Hello,</p>
        <p>I'd like to ask you, If you have any experience running
          Xubuntu (or any linux) on this device or something similar<br><a moz-do-not-send="true" href="http://shop.lenovo.com/sk/sk/tablets/ideapad/miix-series/miix-300-10-inch/index.html#tab-technick%C3%A9_%C5%A1pecifik%C3%A1cie">http://shop.lenovo.com/sk/sk/tablets/ideapad/miix-series/miix-300-10-inch/index.html#tab-technick&eacute;_&scaron;pecifik&aacute;cie</a><br><br>
          I'd like to buy It. But I'm using now 7 year linux. It would
          be better to kill myself than using Windows :D&nbsp;</p>
        <p>Do you have any idea about running linux at Atom processors
          or if all drivers are working. If tis possible to install
          linux at this device of course.</p>
        <p>Thanks a lot.</p>
        <p>Have a wonderfull day :)</p>
        <p><br></p>
        <p>Adam Marcik</p>
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    <br>-- 
Pasi Lallinaho (knome)                &raquo; <a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://open.knome.fi/">http://open.knome.fi/</a>
Leader of the Shimmer Project         &raquo;&nbsp;<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://shimmerproject.org/">http://shimmerproject.org/</a>
Ubuntu member, Xubuntu Website lead   &raquo; <a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://xubuntu.org/">http://xubuntu.org/</a>
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Gmane