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- Description: Discussions on issues relating to integrating Education for Sustainable Development into Initial Teacher Edcuatioon
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1. | Aug 8, 2013
启动不了。。。Failed to open file /usr/share/pixmaps/splash/ubuntu-splash.png': No such file or directory/usr/share/ubuntu-tweak/Nautilus.py:49: GtkWarning: GtkSpinButton: sneittg an adjustment with non-zero page size is deprecated spinbutton = gtk.SpinButton(gtk.Adjustment(client.get_int( /apps/nautilus/icon_view/thumbnail_size ), 16, 512, 16, 16, 16))Traceback (most recent call last): File ./ubuntu-tweak.py , line 44, in MainWindow().main() File /usr/share/ubuntu-tweak/MainWindow.py , line 228, in __init__ self.notebook = self.create_notebook() File /usr/share/ubuntu-tweak/MainWindow.py , line 325, in create_notebook notebook.append_page(page(self), None) File /usr/share/ubuntu-tweak/PowerManager.py , line 52, in __init__ [gtk.Label(_("The Performance value when on AC power")), Factory.create("gconfscale", 0, 100, "performance_ac", 0)], File /usr/share/ubuntu-tweak/Factory.py , line 60, in create return getattr(Factory(), create_%s % widget)(argv[0], argv[1], argv[2], argv[3]) File /usr/share/ubuntu-tweak/Factory.py , line 107, in create_gconfscale scale = GconfScale(min, max, self.keys[key], digits) File /usr/share/ubuntu-tweak/Widgets.py , line 128, in __init__ if self.value.type == gconf.VALUE_INT:AttributeError: NoneType' object has no attribute type'
2. | Apr 23, 2013
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3. | Apr 20, 2013
If you're on the live CD, your real installation on your HD is prblaboy not mounted. See if you can get to your own home dir, I forget exactly how, but you should be able to browse your computer from the desktop somehow. Mount your existing filesystem, then download the packages to it. You'll need to sort out which packages are required, and manually grab them all, I think you could go to the Ubuntu site and grab them with Firefox.Reboot into the real install, then install the package(s) that you saved to your home dir.Ubuntu rocks, I love it on my home machine (on the road now with Windows) , stick with it. Its like Fedora, except it really does just work'.A+ Computer technician.