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  1. [ubuntu] Re: What is the Best Laptop to run 8.10 Ibex?

    My Thinkpad T61 with Intel 4961 wireless drops its connection constantly. When I was first using Ibex beta this was not a problem, but one of the updates prior to release seems to have broken...
  2. Re: Can't boot to Windows after installing wubi & Ubuntu - but Ubuntu works!

    No - recovery console fails to start with an error message saying that no hard disk has been found.

    Very strange problem, but not to worry. I've reinstalled with the whole drive given to Ubuntu,...
  3. Can't boot to Windows after installing wubi & Ubuntu - but Ubuntu works!

    Strange problem here. I had Windows XP Pro installed on a Lenovo T61 notebook. Installed wubi and Ubuntu 8.04 - everything worked properly. Did a dist-upgrade to Ubuntu 8.10 which also worked...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Troubleshooting SSH problem

    As another little experiment, I downloaded the PCLinuxOS Gnome 2008.1 Live CD. Guess what? This has the same problem as Ubuntu. Tried the PCLinuxOS 2007 KDe live CD again to confirm, and ssh...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Troubleshooting SSH problem

    No progress to report. Just for the hell of it, I tried ssh from the command line on MAC OS X (another machine on my home network) SSH from the Mac works properly. I know this proves very little,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Troubleshooting SSH problem

    Yes, that's correct. The server side is fine, it is the client that freezes.

    I didn't have much time today to work on this, but I did boot a notebook from the live CD and connect to the same...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Troubleshooting SSH problem

    I normally do run from command line. Using putty (GUI client) was an experiment to see if anything changed. What I do is open an xterm (or Gnome Terminal or Konsole - makes no difference which) and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Troubleshooting SSH problem

    Thanks - interesting ideas. I found the ssh_config file in /etc/ssh - there was nothing in ~/.ssh except for the known_hosts file. I thought I would try replacing the Ubuntu ssh_config file with...
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    [ubuntu] Troubleshooting SSH problem

    I'm running Ubuntu 8.04 on a new Lenovo T61 Thinkpad. I have a problem using SSH to connect to the Linux network at my office. The connection can be established, but then freezes after a few...
  10. Poll: Re: Opinions on the Wiki

    Ha!ThatisTooFunny! WritingLikeThisIsWayBetterThanUsingSpaces which would just be, you know, readable....
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    Re: What distro does Stallman use?

    For whatever faults RMS may have, I think he is THE single most important figure in the Free Software movement. He is our consciense, and without his constant battles, all the free software we enjoy...
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    Re: What distro does Stallman use?

    OK, here you go... found on his website, the first of only 4 GNU/linux distros considered to be squeeky-clean: https://e.ututo.org.ar/xp/modules/news/

    Keep in mind that Stallman is not a big fan...
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    Re: What distro does Stallman use?

    I read what distro he uses, but I forget the name. It was a fairly obscure distro from South America. There was no stated reason for his preference.
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    Re: I was blown away by OS X-Tiger (10.4)

    The first thing I did was put a terminal on my dock - didn't take anything like 10 minutes. To see all apps on the system, click and hold down the mouse button on the applications folder. After 2...
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    Re: #Ubuntu Does Not Like Ubuntuguide.org

    I don't understand why anyone could possibly be opposed to the unoffical ubuntu guide. No one should have to choose between the guide, or the wiki - why on earth can't we use both?

    The statement...
  16. Poll: Re: Anyone else really dislike Gnome?

    I used to be a big KDE fan for years. After running Gnome on Ubuntu for a couple of days I came to like Gnome at lot more. The beauty of Linux is that you can use whatever you like. KDE, Gnome,...
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    Re: What do you name your PC's ?

    Debian Sarge server = chaos
    Ubuntu notebook = disorder
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    Re: What all desktop/window managers are there?

    It's an older window manager. Lightweight, fast, and invinitely configurable
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    Re: Sit down and be counted

    My grey hair explains this number...
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    Re: What all desktop/window managers are there?

    What? No votes for FVWM2?
  21. Thread: Live 8?

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    Re: Live 8?

    I meant to say that the dictatorships are kept in power by the g8 nations. Without support from the west, the dictatorships could not stay in power. And I was not saying anything in favor of Mugabe...
  22. Thread: Live 8?

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    Re: Live 8?

    Wow, that's cold man. If the G8 nations stopped propping up all the little dictatorships, they would last about a day in power.
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    Re: Nubuntu : New to Ubuntu

    If Ubuntu means "humanity to others" and Kubuntu means "towards humanity", it would be very cool to learn that Nubuntu means "striving" or "learning" to be Human.

    Here's hoping! :-)
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    Poll: Re: Linux Desktops for human beings

    The Linux Counter Project has made the greatest effort to come up with the number of Linux users. This is a difficult task, but they've been at it for 10 years now. Their latest estimate is 29...
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    Poll: Re: Linux Desktops for human beings

    Linux already works on the desktop for anyone willing to make a little effort, or for anyone not afraid to try something new. I still say it's not "ready for Grandma" - I know, I'm repeating myself....
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