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  1. [SOLVED] Re: Problems with CPU Scaling in x64 Karmic using cpudyn

    you know what, nevermind, this stuff is too complicated. marking solved.
  2. [SOLVED] Problems with CPU Scaling in x64 Karmic using cpudyn

    Hey all, this is actually LUCID by the way (sorry):

    So i'm using the package cpudyn to control the scaling/frequency for my Intel T7500 ("Core 2 Duo," 2.2 GHz) processor, and I'm having a bit of...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Help Me Use the Terminal to....

    Thank you sir

    Much obliged t' yee
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    [SOLVED] Help Me Use the Terminal to....

    ...clean up my music collection!

    Here's the deal guys:

    As I've tagged and re-tagged things from banshee, it has moved them around into either newly created or existing folders, and left a trail...
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    Ubuntu software blog/feed?

    Hey all,

    I'm wondering if anyone knows of a good site where there would be some kind of RSS feed or something, where I could keep up on the newest software to come out for Ubuntu. Basically, I'm...
  6. [SOLVED] Re: 64-bit should be its own Board, in my opinion

    well since you're a staff member, I'll take "Hopefully" to mean that there is. Thanks :)
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    Re: HOWTO: Password protect your GRUB entries

    I see your point, but I just have an encrypted file container (via Truecrypt) for that kind of stuff, not the whole drive. Safer, no?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guayadeque Music Player Test request

    Still. Wow. That's so much more than my 20,000 or so, which I already find to be overwhelming - seems impossible to get through it all.

    Anyway that is really fast. Until you posted this I was...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: 64-bit should be its own Board, in my opinion

    Wow sorry guys. I need to start searching from Google with the "site:" function more often. Honestly I find that the site's own search bar doesn't work very well when I try to check for previous...
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    [SOLVED] Re: People need to let it all out sometimes

    Yes. This. He said it better, and in fewer words. :)
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    [SOLVED] Re: People need to let it all out sometimes

    i don't know... ubuntu forums has always been abnormally polite in my experience, and most of the time instigators are ignored anyway. If you really need to vent and start a flamewar or something, go...
  12. [SOLVED] 64-bit should be its own Board, in my opinion

    Hey guys, I know you don't like it when people post without checking for an earlier post... but I searched briefly and didn't find it. I can't think of a good way to search for it without just...
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    Poll: Re: Favorite Media Player/Organizer for Gnome?

    I like it, it basically inhabits the space between amarok and rhythmbox in terms of functionality
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guayadeque Music Player Test request

    haha i like how you took the screenshot instead of just saying it. nice.

    Is that individual files, or directories?
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    Re: HOWTO: Password protect your GRUB entries

    Anybody? No?
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    Poll: Re: Favorite Media Player/Organizer for Gnome?

    Seriously, it makes me sad. Part of why I started the thread was to spread the word, because I think it's great. :(
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    Poll: Re: Favorite Media Player/Organizer for Gnome?

    I guess you've got more RAM than you know what to do with... but don't worry, this'll leak PLENTY! :-D
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    Poll: Re: Favorite Media Player/Organizer for Gnome?

    Seriously, I think we can all agree that Amarok 2 was one step forward and two backward. The equalizer was supposed to appear a long time ago. And the interface just basically sucks. I'm liking...
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    Poll: Re: Favorite Media Player/Organizer for Gnome?

    Oh come on, I said even from the beginning that I wanted to start a new one with a poll to see where people currently stand and to have some up to date opinions - why should this not be recurring? If...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guayadeque Music Player Test request

    Oh hey, one last thing that I've been looking for everywhere and never finding; a small tweak, but very important:

    Either by default or through an option, there should be a way to take pronouns...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Guayadeque Music Player Test request

    Here are some issues I've been having. Sorry, I don't have any output as it was a while ago, in another session:

    - The queue displays the full tag of a music file. Is there any way to get rid of...
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    Poll: Re: Favorite Media Player/Organizer for Gnome?

    Will do.
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    Poll: Re: Favorite Media Player/Organizer for Gnome?

    Just tried guayadeck, and I'm less than enthused about it... it's a little too lightweight. It's fugly, and while all the functionality I want seems to be there, none of it is really working...
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    Poll: Re: Favorite Media Player/Organizer for Gnome?

    ... it has "Weather" ???
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    Poll: Re: Favorite Media Player/Organizer for Gnome?

    I'm not familiar with MPD or Guayadeque but otherwise I agree. VLC is great if you use firefox, as it integrates well, and as a general media player (to use out of your file browser, for example)....
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