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15 May 2013 - 10:47 AM@gogolink:
Thanks for the assist. Remember in our thread, #15, you were asking how to create a distinct workspace (not a clone) without using a wide desktop? #5 above is your answer; do not specify --pos in your xrandr. My terminology was on screen 1 (0,0) and I was able to send AND maximize my midori to screen 0 (0,0)! Try this with LO. Sure, let it start on the wrong screen, then send and maximize on the other(projector) screen. Let's resume this in your thread.
I just installed bodhi on a new pc. not idea about the video card, but i just followed the simple suggestion of installing arandr, and both displays responded beautifully.
04 August 2012 - 02:37 AMHi winner8 - that's certainly some error output.
Is this recently installed and/or being run for the first time?
And which release of Bodhi are you using, please?
If it's a first-run message I'd be inclined to check that you have everything that it needs - looks like there's a cognitive disconnect in the configuration somewhere pretty basic.
I'm not a SAMBA guru, but it's worked OK for me in the past.
well it is version 2.0.1 32 bit of bodhi and yes, it is a first run on my laptop. I am pretty sure i have encountered the error before, and was able to solve it doing something, just don't remember how it came to me.
thanks for any help.
03 August 2012 - 07:38 PM
03 August 2012 - 01:20 PMThanks, I too am having the same issue. I am wondering if I just get bodhi to use the /etc/resolv.conf file? I added a search path via the networking tool but it only partially fixes the issue.
Here are the steps I followed to get my brand new Bodhi Installation to search my domain:
1 - sudo apt-get purge network-manager network-manager-gnome
2 - Go to /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf
3 - Use your favorite text editor to open the "head" file.
4 - Type as your very first line: search "yourdomain"
5 - Open with your favorite editor /etc/network/interfaces
6 - Type the lines:
iface eth0 inet dhcp
*** Note: The lines above in the /etc/network/interfaces are for a dhcp setup, if you need an static ip address follow the link below. **
7 - Reboot your machine and you should now be able to ping any computer in your domain by hostname.
02 August 2012 - 04:17 PM
This is what i get in my work pc, and is totally secured.
ontop of that we use a Cisco firewall to block everything to the net other than port 80.
and if you want ufw, which comes in bodhi by default is a firewall. just configure that to allow certain IPs to access the desired ports.
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