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Thunar Custom Actions appear twice

I'm currently using Debian Wheezy (aka testing) with XFCE desktop environment and Thunar. Almost all the custom actions I have created so far appear twice in Thunar context menu. I'm not at my Linux ...
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Debain Wheezy - gnome 3 Remove users from login menu

I have upgraded to wheezy from squeeze and several users such as qmail are visible on the login menu. How do I remove them?
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Debian Wheezy wireless wont accept password

I have upgraded from Squeeze to Wheezy. . When I enter the wireless password, It is not accepted. I can connect on other devices. I am not sure how to find out where the fault lies. card: 04:00.0 ...
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Debian Wheezy, hostapd running but no AP detected by clients

I've an TL-WN951N (AR5416+AR5008) using ath9k module running an hostapd and a dhcp for it. So hostapd starts fine: $ hostapd wifi.test Configuration file: wifi.test Using interface int1 with hwaddr ...
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Problems setting TL-WN951N (AR5416/AR5008) into Master mode

I recently bought a TL-WN951N PCI card, it gets detected right and the module being used is ath9k. When trying to set it to master mode however, it prints: $ iwconfig int1 mode master Error for ...
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Where does okular store annotations in Debian wheezy?

In Ubuntu, it was in .kde/share/apps/okular/docdata, which a copy solved everything. But in Debian wheezy it doesn't work, and I can't find where they are stored.
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Redirect physical keyboard input to SSH

I'm having a raspberry pi running debian linux and I have an RFID reader connected to it. The RFID reader behaves like a keyboard. Every time I scan a tag it types then number of the tag and then ...
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Installation hangs during “detect network hardware”

I try to install Debian wheezy beta 1 using the netinstall image on a Lenovo W510 with this network hardware Intel Corporation 82577LM Gigabit Network Connection Intel Corporation Centrino Advanced-N ...
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Using a Raspberry Pi to Share WiFi Connection over Ethernet

I have a Raspi successfully connected over WiFi, and I want to connect some wired devices to the same network through it. My AP already provides a DHCP server, so I basically want something to bridge ...
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Graphical login does not start properly at boot time after upgrade from Squeeze to Wheezy

At boot time, KDM (or XDM or LightDM) fails with Xorg error: no screens found. But a manual restart using service kdm restart seems to fix it. Xorg errors [ 17.551] (II) Module fbdevhw: ...
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USB hard disk stopped working in Debian without unmounting

I've seen a similar question arround here, but it doesn't solve my problem, because is a diferent problem. I have an external hard disk and it works fine, but after a while being mounted and working ...
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NXClient missing font on Debian

I am able to connect successfully from my Windows 7 box to Debian(testing) but all the fonts on desktop and menus are missing. I installed NXClient, Node and server by downloading the deb packages ...
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Debian wheezy Xorg configuration fails, Debian don't boot

I have installed Debian Wheezy today. when i boot Debian wheezy when splash logo about to open, the screen blanks and system hangs, but Debian stable was booted without errors, but I changed init ...
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Cannot install packages for foreign platforms

I'm using a debian wheezy/sid, and it should support multiarch: $ dpkg --print-foreign-architectures i386 However, I cannot install packages (I am sure exist): $ sudo apt-get install zlib1g:i386 ...
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Wifi scan interval in Debian Wheezy, reconnect after sleep

I want to reconnect to a wireless network as fast as possible when waking up my computer from sleep mode. It always takes a while (usually 15-30 seconds) before there's even a listing of available ...
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SSL trouble in Perl's LWP after Debian Wheezy upgrade

I just upgraded to Debian Wheezy from Lenny (long story) and a few of my Perl packages didn't make the upgrade for some reason, among them Crypt::SSLeay (libcrypt-ssleay-perl). I was unable to ...
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Where can I find the command “udevinfo” on Debian?

I'm trying to fix a problem with my webcam in Wheezy, and I need some information about the drive with the command udevinfo. The problem is: where is this executable? if I run sudo udevinfo the ...
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Error during the boot process in Debian Wheezy: udev (version 175)

During the boot process, it appear this error: startpar: service(s) returned failure: udev It seems to be a problem for the "mounting" of the webcam device: dmesg | grep udev uvcvideo: Found UVC ...
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BCM43XX WiFi driver in Debian Wheezy

The described method to get the WiFi working under Debian Wheezy (Broadcom BCM43XX) in the Debian Wiki worked for me… yesterday. After rebooting the computer (Lenovo IdeaPad S10 netbook) there is no ...
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Why there is no sun-java in Debian Wheezy and how can I fix this?

Sun's java is in Debian Lenny and Debian Squeeze repos (non-free) but no in wheezy1,2. Why? edit: after further research I found that java has been removed. reson: ROM; security issues and newer ...
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Strange message during the Linux boot caused by udev

When Debian Wheezy, testing version, is booting a strange message appears: udevd[336] timeout usb_id--export /devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1a.0/usb1/1-1/1-2.2/1-1.2:1.0 video4linux/ [502] After this ...
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Trouble with my NVIDIA Geforce 6150 on Debian Wheezy

I own a HP Pavilion dv2025nr which has a NVIDIA GeForce Go 6150 card. I installed Debian Wheezy which currently installs GNOME 3. I need to install nvidia-glx in order to use my card at full ...
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Where can I find Firefox 5 .deb packages for Debian Wheezy (testing)?

I'd like to install Firefox 5 for Debian Wheezy (testing). Where can I find suitable .deb packages (unofficial is fine)?