|hitmanWilly||hitmanWilly, and preferably one that i don't have to hand confgiure sendmail for :)|
|kellen||it is a ricoh|
built into a Lenovo N100 laptop
I just found a couple posts on the ubuntu forums of people with the same problem
it appears there's no fix as of yet
somebody suggested that it's a result of upgrading the kernel
|Shootfaster||kellen - ok, that sucks :(|
if its any consolation, my card reader doesnt work either :P
|polly1||I'm on my uncles computer and the thing is crawling at a snails pace (internet connection that is) any idea what could be causing it to be so slow?|
It is a cable modem connection.
|Shootfaster||what version of ubnutu|
|Shootfaster||click ctrl esc and see what processes are running|
|TheDebugger||polly1: I had a similar problem before, it was that ubuntu used the wireless connection from the neighbours instead of my own wired connection :P|
|polly1||Could someone have hacked into this computer? Is there a /etc/rc.firewall by default?|
|Shootfaster||yes its possible, but unlikely|
|hitmanWilly||polly1, not on my system|
|polly1||It is not a wireless network.|
hitmanWilly: Ok. Thank you.
|hitmanWilly||polly1, then again, feisty|
polly1, *i use
polly1, so your results may vary
hitmanWilly: Thank you.
The connection was working fine about a week ago when I installed the software.
Someone might have gotten in...
|polly1||I just installed the firewall and set it up and things are working.|
|hitmanWilly||polly1, any strange looking proc's?|
|polly1||hitmanWilly: How could I tell? I am on ubuntu I usually use kde.|
hitmanWilly: Is there a terminal command?
|hitmanWilly||polly1, like an ftp server or p2p client?|
|timothy||hey, in kig, how do I find the coordinates of a point?|
or is there a better geometrical program I should be using?
|polly1||How do I bring up the list of running proccesses?|
From terminal mode again?