How To: Install Pyrobot in Ubuntu

A quick guide for getting pyrobot running in Ubuntu, I’ve managed to get it running on 32bit and 64bit Ubuntu (10.10) so follow the guide accordingly to whichever architecture you’re using (64bit is about half way down the post).

32-bit

1. Download this file, or copy the below into a file and save it […]

How To: Fix “Unknown keyword in configuration file.” Ubuntu USB Boot

Attempting Boot From USB Device

SYSLINUX 3.63 Debian-2008-07-15 EBIOS Copyright (C) 1994-2008 H. Peter Anvin Unknown keyword in configuration file. boot: _

After creating a USB bootable version of Ubuntu from the Startup Disk Creator (or usb-creator-gtk) and attempting to boot, I was greeted by the error above. It might […]

Ubuntu Disconnecting from Wi-Fi and Failing to Reconnect.

I have an updated fix for this issue using a startup script to connect and a time scheduled script for checking the connection, rather than having one constantly running in the background, avalible here – http://alexsleat.co.uk/2011/01/09/a-more-elegant-solution-to-ubuntu-wi-fi-reconnecting-issue/

I’ve been having some trouble with my wifi on Ubuntu recently but I think it’s because […]

gedit – failed to load type module: menu_proxy_module_load | Ubuntu

(gedit:2205): Gtk-WARNING **: Failed to load type module: (null)

`menu_proxy_module_load’: gedit: undefined symbol: menu_proxy_module_load

Annoying error, seems to has no serious effect on it running but just nice to clean stuff up so just install ‘appmenu-gtk’. sudo apt-get install appmenu-gtk

HowTo: Install BURG in Ubuntu Lucid (10.04)

BURG if you didn’t notice is GRUB backwards and actually stands for “Brand-new Universal loadeR from GRUB” which was probably decided a while after picking the letters.. Basically though it’s a much nicer looking alternative to the very dated looking GRUB bootloader.

Installation

Until only recently it’s seemed far too much hassle of installing […]

HowTo: Switch the Window Menu Buttons Back to the Right – Ubuntu 10.04 / 10.10 / 11.04

I’m not an OSX person and personally prefer my minimise, maximise and close buttons to be in that order on the right, which they are not as default on the new Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) so here’s how you can swap them back to their rightful place (pun intended).

This can be done either […]