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    Poll: Re: What kind of computer do you use?- Super Thread

    I use AMD CPU's, from an AthlonII x2 to a Llano and a Phenom 1045 6 core. Also a RaspberryPi, and various Arm based tablets.
    But for the CPU, always Athlon. Valur for money, fiability, drivers,...
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    [all variants] Re: Canon Pixma MP495 All in One Printer

    Thanks for this. I use Puppy Linux based on Lucid, so this really helps a lot, as Puppy Lucid is a sort of condensed form of Ubuntu Linux. Very practical, as it's portable, and under 1mb. It's been...
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    Re: Show Us Your Server

    OMG, I thought mine was a bit big. :( BUT it doesn't work...yet ;)
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    Re: Show Us Your Server

    Lools really COOL, the sort of place to get comfotably working. GREAT :D
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    Sticky: Re: Welcome to the Forums - Introduce yourself here

    Hello to those who are out and about on the net.:KS
    I use Ubuntu in a different sense to lots of people, probably the majority of Ubuntuists. I run on PuppyLinux based on Ubuntu Lucid. There's also...
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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    Life is a pointles virtual voyage we all must make ...so BUMP to you all :D
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    Sticky: [SOLVED] Re: Old hardware

    LucidPup and PrecisePup are both Ubuntu based, and run anything, nearly, PII, PIII, Duron800. Believe me, I dunnit. ;)
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    Re: How many of you completely switched to Linux?

    Never had anything else. I built my first PC, was broke. Started with Mandrake, and now I use a Ubuntu version of PuppyLinux, LucidPup-528. Tried the Precise Puppy version, but for the moment I...
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    [all variants] Re: Any Linux install I try does not work

    Try Puppy Linux Precise or Lucid. They work really well on the "older" PC's, no insult meant, but when you see the 4 & 6 cores, and more I think. You can install all the Ubuntu programs for those...
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