Transfer speeds ranging between 2.0 – 4.0 mb/sec on usb 2.0 *sigh*
How to fix this you ask?
After some google searching i found this bug report, low and behold the fix to my problem was to modify the following file:
insert these two commands in the bottom of the file:
Voila, tranfer speed ranging between 20.0 – 30.0 mb/sec! Life is good, sehr good.
One of my friends Windows 7 played havoc with my external hdd:
- Error mounting: mount exited with exit code 13: $MFTMirr does not match $MFT (record 0)
Only way to fix it is to plug the hdd in a Windows pc and run in cmd:
/f is very important!
I hate tearing, i really hate tearing… and Compiz…
The only way to eliminate tearing on my Dell XPS with a 8400m graphics chip is to run the following as a Startup Application:
bash -c 'compiz --replace'
To test if the compiz –replace command works, press ALT-F2 and write:
You all know the feeling…
Why do i have do hand-in an assignment in Calibri?
Comic sans is the killer font, and forcing me to use Calibri kills a bit of my soul everytime…
So finding this guide/script made my day!
Do the following:
- (In a terminal)
sudo apt-get install cabextract
- Then write this in a file,name it vista-fonts-installer.sh, put it in your home folder.
- (in a terminal)
chmod a+x ~/vista-fonts-installer.sh
- Then run the file
Thanks to Carthik & Aristotle Pagaltzis for the post & script.