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  1. [all variants] Re: HOW-TO: Connect Sixaxis to Ubuntu trough bluetooth mode

    Hi,

    Sorry if this is a silly question but, is it possible to use the sixaxis/dualshock3 without bluetooth?

    I ask this because I can't figure out how to pair my dualshock3 with my PC. I don't...
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    [gnome] Re: Click to activate window on Gnome

    Too bad Gnome can't do this, and I was never a fan of focus follow mouse.

    Thanks for the info for doing this in KDE, maybe I'll give KDE 4.2 a shot.
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    [gnome] Re: Click to activate window on Gnome

    Sure!

    Let's say I have two windows open on your desktop: nautilus and firefox. Firefox is partially blocking nautilus, that is, you can see part of nautilus' GUI but you are working on firefox.
    ...
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    [gnome] Click to activate window on Gnome

    For some time I used OSX Leopard. One feature I did like was the "click to make window active". The reason I like it is that I don't need to find a safe area to click in order to make some window...
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    Code listings in LaTeX

    Hello! I'm in the process of finishing my masters thesis, and I'm having trouble with code listings. I'm using the listings package, and \lstlistoflistings to generate the list of source code along...
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    Re: [IDEA] Gnome Save Dialog Adaptation

    That I didn't know. Thanks for the clarification.
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    Re: [IDEA] Gnome Save Dialog Adaptation

    I get the whole KISS principle and actually I LIKE the way the gnome desktop is. However things like the dialogs not remembering your settings (directory, size, location) it's a mayor drawback (for...
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    Re: [IDEA] Gnome Save Dialog Adaptation

    In hopes that this thread is revived here's what I really hate about gnome's save dialog:

    The preview thing is something I would like, it's very useful indeed, but not having it is not very...
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    Re: Wanting to get into programming

    I never used the AVR really, and it's true about the HC11 but it's generally easy to get (at least here in mexico). Anyway I know the hc11 it's old, but it's really a great micro and easy to program....
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    Re: Wanting to get into programming

    It seems to me that you could try out PIC programming or any other kind of microcontrollers for that matter. It's really fun stuff and depending on the microcontroller you can do lots of neat stuff....
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    Re: PCSX2 Support Returns to Linux!

    It's finally done! I'm reading this in NGEmu:



    Read it for yourself here

    I'll surely check this out

    If you are trying the binary version, copy libCg* in the base folder of pcsx2 to...
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    Re: PCSX2 Support Returns to Linux!

    Almost there...
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    Re: Cual serķa la killer app de Linux/Ubuntu?

    apt es bueno, el problema es que el software que bajan de apt muchas veces no es lo que los usuarios esperan, me explico? a mi experiencia los usuarios de windows esperan poder hacer algo como...
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    Re: Your favorite film.

    Kill Bill or A Clockwork Orange or Full Metal Jacket. Man Kubrick was great.
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    Re: Going back to XP :(

    hehe... among others...
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    Re: Going back to XP :(

    That's usually the case when you first try Linux. With me it was a come and go between different distros and Windows until I installed Warty (the first Ubuntu version I downloaded) and then I have...
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    Re: JDK 6 Available...now when is a deb coming?

    I know because it says so in the about box. However I reinstalled Netbeans and then I selected JDK 6 as the default Java installation. Not the best solution but it worked.
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    Re: JDK 6 Available...now when is a deb coming?

    I'm sorry if I didn't explained myself before. What I meant was that Netbeans is running on top of the JVM 1.5.0 and I want it to run using 1.6.0. However if I do java -version it reports Java...
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    Re: JDK 6 Available...now when is a deb coming?

    I installed JDK 6 and java -version outputs 1.6.0 but netbeans is still using 1.5 (it's also installed in my system)

    How do I tell netbeans to use java 6 and the new LAF ?

    Thanks!
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    Re: PCSX2 Support Returns to Linux!

    When I do automake I get

    automake: configure.ac: required file `./config.guess' not found
    automake: configure.ac: required file `./config.sub' not found
    Linux/Makefile.am:10: LDADD defined both...
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    Re: Is Your Life Working Out OK For You?

    Ever since I was in University, I found myself changing residence and/or city pretty often. I graduated and now because of work I tend to move a lot so I'm looking for some stability.

    Right now I...
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    Re: Compiling PCSX2 0.9.1

    Well that pretty much means that it isn't portable, which is weird because previous versions of the emulator were compiled for linux. Maybe is because linuzappz left the team now they don't have the...
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    Compiling PCSX2 0.9.1

    First of all, sorry if I posted this in the wrong forum, I wasn't sure if this was the correct place for something like this.

    I'm trying to compile PCSX2 0.9.1 which was recently released just to...
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    Re: Who here is happy with Vista?

    I was just pointing out to zachtib that those "security" features Vista implemented could be done in a non obtrusive way, but still they didn't. In no way I implied that Vista is a very secure OS.
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    Re: Who here is happy with Vista?

    Or... think about it... they could implement it the RIGHT way and then you would not be annoyed by the OS, and STILL get the security features.

    Great, isn't it?
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