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  1. Re: Now that the Unity hate has cooled down, how do you feel about the WM?

    You know, you people just keep missing the point, and I really don't know why, but I'm pretty tired of arguing with people who insist on being deliberately dense.
  2. Re: Now that the Unity hate has cooled down, how do you feel about the WM?

    Looks like my posts, and some of the others here, have basically demonstrated the first part of this thread's title is false. :D

    I'm willing to bet good money that the "hate" going on over Unity...
  3. Re: What is the oldest computer you are using?

    I use two tin cans and a piece of string to surf the web.
  4. Re: KDE Gets Unity Like Interface In HomeRun Launcher

    @forrestcupp:

    I'm not sure how to answer your question. The UI featured on Gnome Project's site looks like the UI that ships with standard Ubuntu. So...

    Either which way, that "style" of UI on...
  5. Re: KDE Gets Unity Like Interface In HomeRun Launcher

    forrestcupp & dragonbite:

    No, this is a Gnome thing. Just simply taking a look at the Gnome Project's home page and the screenshots they have posted there makes it pretty obvious the UI in...
  6. Re: KDE Gets Unity Like Interface In HomeRun Launcher

    Instead of them just adding it as a choice as a UI and letting me choose *if* I want to use Unity.

    But oh no, you now have to install and configure additional software so you can keep what you...
  7. Re: KDE Gets Unity Like Interface In HomeRun Launcher

    See, the biggest issue I have with Unity is not Unity itself, but the inexplicable attitude on the part of the Gnome Project to go against the very sacrosanct element of choice.

    If Gnome had made...
  8. Re: Will Ubuntu apply to Mars-One mission?

    This sounds eerily similar to The Waters of Mars.
  9. Re: Now that the Unity hate has cooled down, how do you feel about the WM?

    Just for laughs, I did some digging and found out how to install Ubuntu to a flash drive, which I've now done with Kubuntu.

    I cannot believe how fast KDE runs on my i7 MBP. It's always been a...
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    Poll: Re: Thunderbolt-Useful or Not

    I have a MBP with a Thunderbolt port. The only reason I use it is because it doubles as a DisplayPort. Other than that, I'd never use it. All my external peripherals are USB 2, except for two older...
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    32 bit... still recommended?

    Alright, so we're waaaaaaaaay late into 2012, and nearly to 2013. I just checked, and the currently latest version of Ubuntu, 12.10, still shows that 32 bit is the recommended version.

    My...
  12. Re: I'm looking for a project to do in Linux, any ideas?

    How about a program that will generate a portal into the future?
  13. Re: Why Doesn't Mac Microsoft office work on ubuntu?

    Microsoft has not given up on Windows Mobile (or whatever it is they're calling it these days) and there's no way they're going to dilute interest in it by making their crown jewels available for a...
  14. Re: Why Doesn't Mac Microsoft office work on ubuntu?

    @OP: There is no Mac OS X "compatibility layer" for Linux (or anything else) like there is Wine/Crossover Office for Mac OS X and Linux. Therefore, you cannot run Mac OS X compiled binaries anywhere...
  15. Re: Now that the Unity hate has cooled down, how do you feel about the WM?

    Well, Mac OS and Mac OS X are, respectively, exclusively and mostly, application-centric OS platforms, and have been quite successful as such. And, while it's true there are times when being able to...
  16. Re: Do Ubuntu certified laptops hardware work out-of-the-box?

    How much does System76 charge to ship to Malaysia?
  17. Poll: Re: Company cell phone or pager after normal work hours

    Fortunately, I'm not in any kind of "responsible" position where I work, and none of the people up the chain of command from me are, to my knowledge, in any way, shape, or form "on call" either.
    ...
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    Re: Windows 8 has built-in advertising

    "Even used shoe leather will help these poor, indigent, starving code wranglers."
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    Re: Windows 8 has built-in advertising

    I will be standing in the virtual queue on Tuesday, waiting to buy Google's Nexus 4.

    Hopefully, in several months, I'll have a System76 laptop, and with the exceptions of running Office 2007 by...
  20. Re: Now that the Unity hate has cooled down, how do you feel about the WM?

    @OP: Oh, I don't think anything has really cooled down regarding Unity. No, I don't think it's cooled down at all.

    In the course of the next several months to a year, when I'm finally in a...
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    Re: Office software

    LibreOffice doesn't seem to have any useful way to add sources and then call them up, do in-text citations, generate a Works Cited / References / etc. page, and so forth.

    I agree that, if my...
  22. Re: Looking for a decent NON-Logitech mouse

    Věs a věs keyboard layouts...

    When I'm running Linux, I always use the USA International Alt GR Dead Keys layout, because it's the closest to the intuitive way Apple has always given access to...
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    Re: Office software

    Meh. None of these apps is as good as MS Word, I hate to say, both in terms of doing research papers for college or for document and formatting compatibility. I hope that, one day, this will not be...
  24. Re: Looking for a decent NON-Logitech mouse

    The only people I know of to wear mice out are gamers.

    I've NEVER worn a mouse out in the better than 26 years I've had computers. Whenever I've gotten a new mouse, it's because I wanted to...
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    Re: Wow! Disney bought Lucasfilm

    One Franchise To Rule Them All...
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