I am new to Linux. I recently installed Ubuntu in a dual-boot configuration on my desktop. My existing OS was Windows XP, SP3. After a while, I received a notification on screen (I was running Linux at the time) that Ubuntu 9.04 was available for downloading. I agreed and started the download/installation.
Everything went fine until the system encountered the Moodle program that I installed for later tinkering. When it did, it asked for the FQDN. Since I am not running Ubuntu as a server, I attempted to bypass this information… Bad choice.
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Audio recording problemIs it possible to record audio in single user mode. If i try commands like rec and arecord, i'm getting an error like
pulse audio connect error.
Is it necessary to start any daemon manually for recording?? Kindly give ur suggestions in this regard
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