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I no longer have "Go" and "Window" menus in
Konqueror. Just: "Location Edit View Bookmarks Tool Settings
Help".
Sometimes (very rarely) they reappear (on a new
instance of Konq). The toolbar configuration changes, too, then: The
back/next/up/home/reload/stop buttons are no longer part of the
Location toolbar, but part of the Main Toolbar instead.
Removed
Konqueror completely and manually deleted leftovers in
~/.kde/share/apps/konq* and ~/.kde/share/config/konq* />Reinstalled Konqueror
Didn't change a thing (except of course
my settings are gone)
I bet this never happened to anybody else,
Ubuntu
I wanted to play some videos in YouTube. Unfortunately, it reports
that I do not have Flash Player. i go to the site and it tells me that
I have 3 versions to choose from for Linux. Do I get
".tar.gz", ".rmp", "YUM" or should I get
all? And what do these mean? What are each version for?
^_^;
Sorry if I am asking too many questions. Thanks for your time. />Sincerely,
RedStarYellowSun
Ubuntu
I hope someone can help me with that.
I successfully installed
WinXP and Ubuntu on my system. I want to use a shared partition for
both OSes.
So I reserved a drive for sharing: it is formatted in
ext3, and this is where I put my Ubuntu home folder.
I know, ext3
is not recognized by WinXP. I thought I was being clever, and use
FS-Drive to access that partition from WinXP.
Oh, FS-Drive works
fine, thank you. But then I wanted to move my Documents and Settings
folder to that shared partition. I have all the info to do that. Where
I was not so clever is that FS-Drive is not available during boot
time, so WinXP complains that it cannot f
Ubuntu
A few questions ago (in my "[SOLVED] Ubuntu Security and
Maintainance Questions" question), Lucutus of Borg said: />
class="bbcode_description">Quote:
Originally Posted by Locutus_of_Borg
Ubuntu
Every time I've run Update Manager for at least a couple months, I've
gotten this message: (see also the screenshot below) style="margin-left:40px">Not all updates can be installed.
Run a
partial upgrade, to install as many updates as possible.
This can
be caused by:
A previous upgrade which didn't completeProblems
with some of the installed softwareUnofficial software packages not
provided by UbuntuNormal changes of a pre-release version of
Ubuntu
Maybe this was really dumb of me, but I've essentially
ignored this for ages and just kept running Partial Upgrades. Every
time, there were several updates listed in Update Manager
"unchecked". Here's
Ubuntu
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knoledgable and solves my issues in minutes. I just need to open a
support ticket and get response within 30 minutes that the issue has
been resolved with the reason of issue. I really appreciate their
services where the prices are not very high, the server speed is
another positive thing they have, my websites are loading lightning
fast on the internet not an issue from where I'm accessing them, they
are just fast :)

I would like
to suggest people to try their service once if you're not happy with
your current host, I'm sure you will be more than happy with
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There support team is
the postive point they do have.
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