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    [ubuntu] Multiple RAM sizes

    Just finished my 1st build about a month ago.
    AMD dual core 3.0Ghz
    2gb G Skill RAM
    500gb seagate barracuda hdd
    ocz 600w psu
    cooler master cpu cooler
    nvidia 8800gtx
    Gigabyte mobo (model unknown...
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    [ubuntu] Not asking for login password.

    Ive got a problem that needs to be solved soon so hopefully someone can help me. I turned on my Ubuntu 10.10 laptop this morning and surprise, it doesnt ask me for my login keyring. So, in turn that...
  3. [ubuntu] For users of "GCstar Collections Manager"

    This question was posted in the forums for GCstar Collections Manager and I really dont wanna re-type it so just keep in mind that this was directed at someone else and I cant get an answer from...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Need organization

    NEVERMIND. I found one. There are 2 if people are looking. These work for all collections. Books, games, music,movies, comic books, coins, whatever. The one I chose is GCStar and is supposed to work...
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    [ubuntu] Need organization

    Maybe this is a weird question but Im looking for a program that can help me organize music and movies BUT, heres the deal. What I need to do for my collection is be able just to go through the 1000s...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Hate to do this...

    another thing thats killing the space on the drive is that a lot of the movies are iso format so all i have to do if i want another disc is just to burn the thing. 2 hour conversion times kill me.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Hate to do this...

    there is also pics and program downloads and such on the drive. not much $ for a new drive right now and when ill likely go with an internal and toss this pathetic 80 gb drive thats in here right now...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Hate to do this...

    ok Sanderd, Im skimming through linuxcommand.org right now and seems like it will be really helpful and tried the command that you gave to see it running and it opened the other terminal and now says...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Hate to do this...

    cool. Thats works atleast as far as getting into the program if I want to run the whole damn thing in terminal which is fine I guess but there has to be a better program. It will let me add it to the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Hate to do this...

    lrzip <options> <file(s)>

    On this, I get an error with a caret as the culprit... heres the exact error

    "bash: syntax error near unexpected token `<'"

    (ran as sudo and without)
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    [ubuntu] Hate to do this...

    I know there is an azzload of posts about adding apps to the menu but none seem to fit my criteria. I needed a program that could do some simple, fast compression to cut down on space on my...
  12. [SOLVED] Re: How can i change the scrolling speed of my mouse ?

    UNfortunatly I dont have any help for you and likely I would have never figured out what you did to fix it but I appreciate you posting that you figured it out, that way I will know what to do if I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu tweak

    Cool. Answers all appreciated, ill give it a shot and start a new topic about the broadcom drivers I need.

    Thanks again,
    GG
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    [ubuntu] ubuntu tweak

    Has anyone heard of this Ubuntu Tweak program? Is it safe? Its for changing login screens and customizing that kind of stuff.

    ---also, how do i get the firmware for broadcom wireless? Its not in...
  15. [xubuntu] Re: Trimming the proverbial processes fat

    Will do bodhi, thanks for all the great info both of you and taking all the time to help me through it. Im going to get the U11.04 and give that a shot. Ubuntu is the one I am most familiar with by...
  16. [xubuntu] Re: Trimming the proverbial processes fat

    i dont have to bold them. i did it the first post so that I could direct 2 responses to 2 different people. Ive just been doing it since then so they get noticed. no biggie.
  17. [xubuntu] Re: Trimming the proverbial processes fat

    10.10, thats the version that I had. I see now that you can update to 11.04 from there which is really nice ive still got 10.10 on my wifes computer so it looks like it is pretty easy to update with...
  18. [xubuntu] Re: Trimming the proverbial processes fat

    ok, illl take that all under advisement. If I go with ubuntu v 11.04 is there anything new that you can do or anything more accessible or fun to play around with or is it still that plain magenta...
  19. [xubuntu] Re: Trimming the proverbial processes fat

    well what about the processes? Do you see anything there that can be removed or made inactive MG?
  20. [xubuntu] Re: Trimming the proverbial processes fat

    Of course im not able to use Compiz 3d or anything like that on here and I am semi-competent with the terminal I do enjoy doing some customizing so bare minimum probably isnt going to work for me. ...
  21. [xubuntu] Re: Trimming the proverbial processes fat

    op - 13:11:36 up 1:26, 2 users, load average: 0.12, 0.15, 0.14
    Tasks: 122 total, 3 running, 119 sleeping, 0 stopped, 0 zombie
    Cpu(s): 8.3%us, 7.6%sy, 0.0%ni, 84.1%id, 0.0%wa, 0.0%hi, ...
  22. [xubuntu] Trimming the proverbial processes fat

    I have been a user of Ubuntu for roughly a year now and, just to try something new, installed Xubuntu. I had noticed that Ubuntu had run very few processes which was great because for the moment I...
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