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    Re: Intel Graphics Output Question

    I'm tempted to reply to your first message, but I'll leave that alone.

    Thank you for trying. The only reason I asked is because none of the Nvidia cards I've done it with specifically mentioned...
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    Re: Good IR Remotes for Mythbuntu/Boxee

    I see Windows Media Center remotes recommended most often. Any of those should work out of the box with no issues. Myself, I bought an Anyware remote (with USB sensor) from Newegg for about $25. ...
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    [all variants] Re: Intel Graphics Question

    Thanks for the reply.

    I did read that when I was looking at it, but the Nvidia cards I've worked with didn't specify component output either, which made me wonder.

    Oh well. I guess the build...
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    [all variants] Re: Intel Graphics Question

    Anyone? :\
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    [all variants] Intel Graphics Question

    I've been thinking about a new fileserver/Mythbuntu box for a while now and the plan has been to use a dual core Atom processor (I guess I'm feeling green lately). I've already built a barebones...
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    Intel Graphics Output Question

    I've been thinking about a new fileserver/backend/frontend for a while now and the plan has been to use a dual core Atom processor (I guess I'm feeling green lately). I've already built a barebones...
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    Poll: Re: Replace Evolution with Thunderbird 3 in Lucid

    Again, I don't necessarily disagree with you, but a list of bugs isn't much of an argument; all software has bugs. Be specific if you're going to call it crap.

    Fedora is well known for putting in...
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    Poll: Re: Replace Evolution with Thunderbird 3 in Lucid

    I'm not much of a fan either, guys, but throwing stuff like that around isn't going to help your case...
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    Poll: Re: Replace Evolution with Thunderbird 3 in Lucid

    I like Thunderbird too, but it's quite a different thing to remove software than it is to add new software. Thunderbird 3 is new and mostly untested, not something that would be good for a LTS...
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    Poll: Re: Replace Evolution with Thunderbird 3 in Lucid

    I haven't used Thunderbird 3 with Linux yet (waiting for repo), but Gmail with IMAP in Windows has been a dream so far (2 days using..)
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    [ubuntu] Re: Interlaced Windows!

    I like your desktop background ;)

    In my personal experiences and from what I've read on here, ATI graphics are hairy at best right now. As long as you don't need 3d acceleration, your best bet...
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    Poll: Re: Replace Evolution with Thunderbird 3 in Lucid

    That's why I use IMAP and Thunderbird. I have three separate email accounts that I need to keep track of on a regular basis, which can make webmail a nightmare to juggle. It works across Windows...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Need to buy a new router, recomendations?

    I've never had any issues with my routers, with or without torrents. Does it require a certain (obscene?) amount of traffic before it becomes apparent?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Need to buy a new router, recomendations?

    I couldn't agree more on the WRT54GL. Mine's run flawlessly since I bought it, no questions asked. I'm also in the process of getting a couple of friends set up with these. The only reason I see...
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    [ubuntu] Re: using root and Ubuntu 5.04

    Personally, I'm a firm believer in minimal installs. There's a good thread in the forums (of course I can never find it when I need it) that gives a basic list of required packages to get you to a...
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    [all variants] Re: new home network advice

    It all depends on how you set it up. You can set up Samba to allow anyone to access the files without a password. You can also have fine-grained per-user control if you like.

    I don't think this...
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    [kubuntu] Re: VirtuallBox and Windows

    It's for someone that wants to use a Linux desktop but needs native Windows capabilities.

    For the record, Windows is not going to spontaneously burst into flames. With Vista and Win7, you're...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Making Ubuntu boot and run faster

    Using a minimal install (doesn't have to be the minimal CD) gives you the maximum amount of choice possible. It installs only the bare minimum to get you to a usable command line. From there, you...
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    [SOLVED] Re: unable to turn on visual effects

    Where do you get the white screen? Is it before the LiveCD load screen (gives you the option to boot the LiveCD, boot from HD, check the disk, etc)? Or after?

    If you do get that screen, first...
  20. [SOLVED] Re: Unmount USB drive? Or eject? Or even savely remove?

    That makes sense, but what exactly is the difference between 'Unmount' and 'Safely Remove'? It still seems redundant to me for anyone that knows what 'unmount' is.
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    [ubuntu] Re: laptop suspends again after waking up

    It's tired and doesn't want to get up yet ;)

    Really though... It sounds like Ubuntu might be getting confused by the sensor that detects you closing the lid. A driver issue is my guess
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    [all variants] Re: Synaptic, Installed (manual)

    I haven't used the new software center much yet, but I was under the impression that it's basically an equivalent to the old Add/Remove Programs. If that's the case, it doesn't provide access to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Making Ubuntu boot and run faster

    Thanks for the vote of confidence :)

    For the record, I'd say that Gnome is still fine to use on relatively modern computers, especially with the swappiness change I mentioned. That's not to say...
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    [all variants] Re: new home network advice

    I currently have an Ubuntu server, running Ubuntu Server (Jaunty) :). My files are all in an ext2 or ext3 (can't remember) partition, shared with Samba. On other computers, I just mount the samba...
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    [kubuntu] Re: VirtuallBox and Windows

    One thing I've done off and on is to run Windows normally for games, with an Ubuntu VM for everything else. It's not ideal, but it accomplishes what you're looking for as far as games and desktop...
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