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  1. Thread: Distrowatch

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    Re: Distrowatch

    But on the website, there is also "linux other," which has 0.85% traffic itself, so it would be closer to 2% than 1%, at the end of the day, though who can really say if that's desktop linux or not?...
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    Re: Unity June screenshots

    Common misconception. It just so happens that most people who like the efficiency of tiling window managers, also prefer the efficiency of command line apps. It is perfectly possible to use all GUI...
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    Re: Unity June screenshots

    Thanx. It is a continuious picture. I set my wallpaper with nitrogen, which has good options for multi-monitor setups, incuding streatching the picture across all displays

    Copper Bezel's got it,...
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    Re: Unity June screenshots

    I had a stint with it. It's nice and fast as heck. Then I got dragged into tiling window managers, which are nicer, and generally faster as well.
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    Re: Anyone know some old, exotic WMs?

    herbstluftwm
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    Re: Unity June screenshots

    we likes teh dual monitorz

    http://ubuntuone.com/75t2G9zxwJnW4fjtNMXw5S
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    Re: Favorite Desktop Environment?

    Arch is calling your name.
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    Re: Favorite Desktop Environment?

    I prefer not to use a desktop environment, generally speaking, and scrap together bits of other things to create my work environment. I use herbstuftwm, a manual tiling window manager (completely...
  9. Re: What excuse do you get when people say they want to go back to Windows

    So, getting people to switch OSes isn't actually more self-serving than anything else, and may arguabley be less so than a good many other things.
  10. Re: Ever wanted to learn a new language? For free

    ZOMG! Ich würde gern mein Deutsch verbessern.
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    Re: Does Ubuntu's price dissuade people?

    only when you want to get actual work done.
  12. Re: What excuse do you get when people say they want to go back to Windows

    would you care to elaborate?
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    Re: Unity June screenshots

    Ubuntu 12.04:
    fudging around with herbstluftwm + unity2d on the netbook.

    http://ubuntuone.com/4UWttjvJjVdwU6UyQWA30l
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    Re: A multiplicity of May screenshots

    Whoa! high praise from the creator of those awesome Ubuntu/ambience themed icons. Maybe I'll try and post screenshots a little more often for you guys, though truth be told, I sort of reached "theme...
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    Re: A multiplicity of May screenshots

    Thanks. I'm not back fo' rlz, just visiting to show off the dual monitor setup. There was talk of being perma-bant, so I don't really hang out here, against the event that I ever need Ubuntu tech...
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    Re: A multiplicity of May screenshots

    clean:
    http://ubuntuone.com/7aAvyD7sXs65ftWrNxQmhw

    dirty:
    http://ubuntuone.com/5g9WSozv81DdoJ18S58MlK
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    Re: Dell Duo Setup Guide

    Ah crap. I deleted windows a long time ago.
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    Re: Am I the only one using LTS?

    yes
  19. Re: And they wonder why people are ditching windows

    Excel can do a few things that OO Calc cannot, it's a fact. OO Writer is much more powerful than Word, however. It's just ugly as sin.
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    Re: ubuntu vs. windows 7

    I am in doubt as to the veracity of this assertion.

    :popcorn:
  21. Re: vim or emacs? (i know that this is a recurring issue, but now it is mine).

    no
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    Re: where is the source code?

    In addition to compiled binaries, some of your applications are almost certainly written in python and Java script, which are uncompiled scripting languages. You can see their source simply by...
  23. Re: vim or emacs? (i know that this is a recurring issue, but now it is mine).

    There are the traditional advantages and actual advantages today.

    In the past, vim was a much smaller, lighter program, and emacs had more functionality because it is infinitely extensible with...
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    Re: Dell Duo Setup Guide

    Florence has always had some difficulty with certain glyphs and keyboard layouts. I've tried to use it for Hebrew, and it's impossible. Onboard has been great for as long as the Duo has been out. ...
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    Re: How did you switch to Linux?

    Fair enough.

    :)

    P.S. BSD 9 does have an easier installer than previous releases. It's not like Ubuntu or anything, but it is supposed to simplify the process for those who just want to get...
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