jprogrammer at gmail.com
Wed Mar 29 00:12:10 BST 2006
Well you are right to synaptic and apt-get all just download to cache and
then install them, you can clear the cache with the apt-cache command, you
have to store the files somewhere and not keep them around indefinably since
you could run out of room.
gdesklets are just another application so like you might like gaim to start
with every session you have to start gdesklets with every session you can
add it to your session options if you look in System->Preferences->Sessions
and add the gdesklets command.
As for the Motorola problem I can't help there except to say that you could
be in for a treat Motorola is notorious for being too propitiatory so you
may never be able to talk to it from Linux without using VMWare and running
On 3/28/06, Bob Gould <gouldbob at optusnet.com.au> wrote:
> I have just spent 2 days trying to get Ubuntu set up. I am an educated
> layman with about 8 years experience in using MS Windows. I have tried
> many Linux distros before including several versions of Red Hat, Fedora
> Core 4, Kanotix & several others. I have not yet found one that I am
> happy with or that I have sufficient knowledge to be able to configure
> I have tried installing Wine, samba & other apts with Synaptic PM. It
> appears to have installed the programs but they are only downloaded to
> the cache.
> Synaptic installed gdesklets but when I log out the applets are not
> saved to the desktop & have to be re-launched each session.
> I can't get the Gnome Phone Manager to connect to my Motorola mobile &
> can't find any documentation to help.
> Now I've spent so long on it I've got a stiff neck & I'm pissed off with
> another Linux distro.
> It did find my cable modem & email was easy to setup.
> Bob Gould
> Ipswich, QLD
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> ubuntu-au at lists.ubuntu.com
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