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Fixing “Unable to monitor filesystem” Dropbox issue on Ubuntu.

Source from: http://paulphilippov.blogspot.ch/2011/02/how-to-solve-dropbox-filesystem.html

Once Dropbox throws you an error that reads “Unable to monitor filesystem. Please run: echo 100000 | sudo tee /proc/sys/fs/inotify/max_user_watches and restart Dropbox to correct the problem.” you’d better adjust settings in a system config file, to keep changes after reboot.

Open system config (as superuser, of course) in your my favorite text editor:

$ sudo vi /etc/sysctl.conf

Add just one line of code to the end of the file:

fs.inotify.max_user_watches = 100000

Save the file (Shift-ZZ, if you are new to Vi).
Reboot computer to apply settings and restart Dropbox.

Keyboard input setting in Ubuntu.

Update for Ubuntu 14.04.01

After installing Ubuntu, go to language support. Choose Korean to add language.Then, restart the system and go to “text entry” and choose “korean (hangul)”, not just “korean”.

If you choose just korean from text entry, you can’t see korean characters even though the input language already has been changed to korean.

 

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SCIM

Please have a look the following link.

After Korean language pack installation, one might need to set up input method in the Language support window.

Log out also is required.

Cheers.

 

[Update]

The above page is deprecated and no longer valid.

Updated version is

http://starlinq.livejournal.com/2585.html

Install Korean keyboard layout by going to System Settings> Keyboard Layout. Click on “+” sign at the left bottom corner, select Korean from the list and close. Click on Options button and select Keys to change layout, then select from drop-down list of checkboxes Left Alt + Left Shift and close the window.

Enable Korean language support by going to System Settings> Language Support. Click on Install / Remove Languages, select Korean from the list and Apply Changes. Select ibus as the Keyboard input method system.

 

Альбом: misc

 

Type ibus in the dash and run Keyboard Input Methods application. The IBus preferences window will be opened. Select ‘Input Method’ tab, then ‘Select an input method’ combobox and Korean from dropdown menu.

 

Альбом: misc

 

To switch between Korean Hangul mode and English ‘Roman’ mode: use Ctrl – Space keys combination (set by default).

You need to reboot the Ubuntu.