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Hi, my mouse stops working!!! I don't know why but after I logging to Gnome or KDE and run some program it stop focusing n programs and panels and after I use keyboard shortcuts like Ctrl+Alt+D for minimizing all windows or Alt+F1 mouse start working for seconds and then stops working again any idea?
Booting, or "bootstrapping" for us older folk, is that deeply mysterious sequence of operations performed by your computer between the moment when you switch it on and the moment it's ready for you to log in.
This tutorial will explain how to get the M-Audio Transit USB audio device working under Ubuntu 9.04 amd64, although it may work for other versions. The Transit is usually a Windows only device and is not detected normally because the firmware has to be loaded in to the device; this is normally done by the Windows drivers. I’ve written this tutorial
Non-working wireless internet is a common problem which can be easily resolved. All you need is
1 ) Ubuntu 7.04 installed ( how obvious )
2 ) Internet access - can be on another computer if not the one on which you have Ubuntu.
This tutorial will explain how to Atheros AR5007EG or AR242x wireless cards working in Ubuntu 8.10 (Intrepid Ibex).First you need to compile latest ath5k driver using the following procedure.Use one of the following method.
"This tutorial shows you how to obtain help from Emacs in various ways. After working through this tutorial, you'll know how to get descriptions of keystrokes, commands, functions, and read and browse through the many documentation resources that come with this world-famous open source editor. [...]
On occasion, my colleagues and I are asked whether Credentica is working to ensure that our innovative technology for user-centric identity management will work with OpenID. My short answer - “No” - is sometimes followed by the question “Why not?” Let me explain.