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    Re: Elementary OS

    PIII 850Mhz, 380MB RAM, 40GB HD, Gforce MX200(?), Jupiter installs fine, seems to run fine at the moment. However, I realised the old ball mouse I had plugged in was missing the ball after starting...
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    Re: Elementary OS

    Actually, that explains to me why there is no music player. Why install some other player if you plan on releasing your own anyway (assuming you want to encourage its use)?

    Just a thought.

    I'm...
  3. [all variants] Anyone get Lightspark to run in Chromium?

    Lightspark appears to be the most promising Flash alternative at the moment. The developer states that the latest PPA release supports Chromium, but I can't for the life of me find any information on...
  4. [all variants] Re: Put icon in the system tray and run bash command when clicked

    I've decided to take the memory hit and use lxpanel instead of tint2. lxpanel can be configured to look similar to my tint2 settings (with the exception of the nice task tray highlighting).
    ...
  5. [all variants] Put icon in the system tray and run bash command when clicked

    Hi,

    I am trying to find a way to put an icon in the system tray and run a bash command every time I click on the icon.

    Purpose: I want to set up a system tray icon that will hide/unhide the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: using diff.gz , orig.tar.gz and .dsc

    Everything you could possibly want to know and more is answered in these videos.

    https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MOTU/Videos

    These describe in detail how to set up your environment and create .deb...
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    [ubuntu] Re: best way to remove chromium browser

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    Er, lovinglinux already said it....next time I'll read the whole thread ;)



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    Actually, package chromium is a transitional dummy package for a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: using diff.gz , orig.tar.gz and .dsc

    Hate to hijack an old thread, but I am also trying to compile from source downloaded from launchpad where there is a ~orig.tar.gz file, a ~diff.gz file, and a ~.dsc file.
    ...
  9. [other] Re: Lucid Lynx minimal w/ Openbox, Slim, and launcher for old hardware and beginner u

    Then I definitely have to try it. I'd been ignoring it because of its having Gnome in its description...



    I downloaded and compiled the latest version of tint2 (has some nice extra features not...
  10. [other] Re: Lucid Lynx minimal w/ Openbox, Slim, and launcher for old hardware and beginner u

    This is a distro I had never heard of, thanks. Looks like it is a customization of Linux Mint, not sure what version. I did take a very close look at Mint 9 LXDE, which is of course Ubuntu with some...
  11. [other] Re: Lucid Lynx minimal w/ Openbox, Slim, and launcher for old hardware and beginner u

    Netbook-launcher-efl has a plugin to add web bookmarks to the favorites category in the launcher, called webfav. This plugin only works with Firefox. So it is webfav that pulls in Firefox. A bit like...
  12. [other] Re: Lucid Lynx minimal w/ Openbox, Slim, and launcher for old hardware and beginner u

    Adding gnome-menus will get netbook-launcher-efl running properly.

    *However*

    I made the mistake of installing lxpanel from LXDE at the same time, as it was said to have few dependencies and...
  13. [other] Re: Lucid Lynx minimal w/ Openbox, Slim, and launcher for old hardware and beginner u

    Well, I take that back. That was yesterday. Today when I removed the -s and did apt-get install netbook-launcher-efl I was informed that Firefox would be installed.

    Firefox.

    As a dependency for...
  14. [other] Re: Lucid Lynx minimal w/ Openbox, Slim, and launcher for old hardware and beginner u

    Thanks for reading the long post ;)



    I don't have the skill to do a subtractive install process yet. I'm concerned there would more likely be unnecessary junk left on the system I wasn't aware...
  15. [other] Lucid Lynx minimal w/ Openbox, Slim, and launcher for old hardware and beginner users

    Hi, I am trying to develop a custom install of Lucid Lynx that has four very specific criteria:



    Latest kernel (for the latest security, drivers, to run the latest web apps etc.) thus Lucid...
  16. [all variants] Re: Max number of files per directory for ext3/4?

    Oh how embarrassing. I completely forgot that this particular external drive is the one I formatted as FAT32, not the EXT3 one.

    That would explain the precise limitation I suppose.

    Sorry for...
  17. [all variants] Re: Max number of files per directory for ext3/4?

    Thanks, I think in this case it is a different issue. The drive in question is external.



    That sounds a bit more plausible. For whatever reason FFMPEG can't output the file to the directory...
  18. [all variants] Max number of files per directory for ext3/4?

    Hi,

    Does anyone know the maximum number of files allowable for a single directory in the ext4 file system (and ext3, ext2 etc.)?

    I'm running a script to generate thumbnails for every few...
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