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    Re: Sudden slow boot time caused by swap?

    Sorry about my rant, I just never thought I'd stumble upon a bug and all this time I've just borked my system beyond repair.

    I'll be filing a bug report soon and ill but hang out on debian or...
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    Re: Sudden slow boot time caused by swap?

    Reinstalling ureadahead has not helped anything and I'm stilling getting error 5. I find the idea of my HDD failing odd considering this laptop is only 1 year old as of last week.
    I've been worrying...
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    Re: Sudden slow boot time caused by swap?

    [ 0.000000] Initializing cgroup subsys cpuset
    [ 0.000000] Initializing cgroup subsys cpu
    [ 0.000000] Initializing cgroup subsys cpuacct
    [ 0.000000] Linux version 3.10.6-031006-generic...
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    Re: Sudden slow boot time caused by swap?

    Anything guys?
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    Sudden slow boot time caused by swap?

    Hello,
    Recently on my 2 week old Ubuntu install my boot time has dropped from 19s to a staggering 30-40s. Then only thing I've really installed is the Emerald WM and Xubuntu desktop. But even then...
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    Re: Ubuntu optimization

    If you open the program "Startup Applications" after entering
    sudo sed -i "s/NoDisplay=true/NoDisplay=false/g" /etc/xdg/autostart/*.desktop
    into the terminal, you'll see a list of things that are...
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    [SOLVED] Re: WPS Office Problems?

    Alright so,
    I've attemped to open the "presentation" aspect of the program. The menu says that the command to open it is "/usr/bin/wpp %f"...

    AHA I've found the problem. If you are using a x64...
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    [SOLVED] Re: WPS Office Problems?

    How would I go about starting it from the terminal?
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    [SOLVED] WPS Office Problems?

    Hello,
    I have a fresh installation of Xubuntu from last night and I've decided to try out WPS Office. For some reason, it won't start. Has anyone else had the same problem?
  10. Re: Initially, how many times did you bork your system, beyond your repair?

    Well I've had my system for a year and I've finally borked it a few days ago. Apparently trying to triple boot with Mageia isn't exactly a good idea. Especially when it clumps your other partitions...
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    Re: A distro a day challenge

    Well I'm quitting this since I've received much negative critisism about the challenge. I will be moving on to other topics or do a review once I've had at least a week to test a distribution.
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    Re: A distro a day challenge

    So one spelling mistake?
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    Re: A distro a day challenge

    Thank you for your replies but I guess I'm working towards more of a first impression review with each distribution as well as highlighting what people would like. Because to most who aren't well...
  14. Re: Entire Disk Unallocated. Please Help (Mint)

    So I reinstall Mangeia?
  15. Entire Disk Unallocated. Please Help (Mint)

    Hello,
    I was trying to install "Mageia Linux" on my computer and it worked. But my filesystem looked odd. My partition I use for storing files and my Windows 7 partition were grouped together. Then...
  16. [all variants] Re: [Boot-Repair] Graphical tool to repair the PC boot in 1 click!

    I know I may be grave digging but this is an amazing this program any Linux user should have ready to go.
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    Re: A distro a day challenge

    I get that one alot about Ubuntu based distros. I'm going for a variety, don't worry.
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    A distro a day challenge

    I've started a new project that I think might intrest the community

    The purpose of this project is to showcase 10 of the thousands of Linux distributions according to certain features of the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to execute the fsck command?

    Forgot to mention I used a live cd. Thanks guys
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    [ubuntu] How to execute the fsck command?

    Alrighty, I want to do a check up on Ubuntu. It's ext4 and the file system is mounted at /dev/sda4. I was goind to do the whole touch /forcefsck but it's a dual boot windows and ubuntu. What command...
  21. Installing backtrack affects Ubuntu and Windows?

    Hello,
    I currently have 4 partitions with 3 primary and one logical which is shared between Ubuntu and Windows. So my layout looks like this OEM Partition --- Shared Ubuntu/Windows 7 (Old Recovery...
  22. Thread: grub-rescue

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    [ubuntu] grub-rescue

    Hello,
    I've been wanting to install Debian to my Laptop but it already has 4 partitions: Windows, Dell OEM, Recovery and Ubuntu. I've decided to remove my Recovery partition but the problem is that...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Upgrading to 12.10 with kernel panic

    Dell Inspiron 15R
    1TB Hard Drive
    8 GB Ram
    Intel Core i5 Mobile Processor
    Laptop
    Dual-booting with Windows 7 where Windows has ~700GB and Ubuntu gets 100
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    [ubuntu] Upgrading to 12.10 with kernel panic

    I'm having a kernel panic with Ubuntu and it only works if I use any previous version. So if I upgrade to 12.10 with the kernel panic, will I mess up my computer and make it unbootable or will it fix...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Help, Kernel Panic!!

    If I use any previous version it doesn't panic and it acts perfectly fine.
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