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    [SOLVED] Re: Distro for laptop with 32MB of RAM

    Thank you guys! :)
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    [SOLVED] Distro for laptop with 32MB of RAM

    Hello.

    Does anyone know a distro possible to run on a laptop with 32 MB of RAM?
    The distro doesn't need to have a graphical interface.

    Thank you.
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    [SOLVED] Re: ubuntu tool to generate class diagrams

    I'll try your suggestions.
    Tnx for the replies! :D
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    [SOLVED] ubuntu tool to generate class diagrams

    Hello.

    Anybody know a good tool to to create class diagrams in Ubuntu?


    Tnx.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Natty Info: Your UI options

    Tnx for the tips.
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    Sticky: [SOLVED] Re: Laptop COMPATABILITY List.

    1.Ubuntu 10.04 LTS

    2.Toshiba

    3.Satellite R630

    Except of some FN keys everything worked.

    It's necessary to install (using a network cable) the proprietary drivers for the Realtek...
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    [SOLVED] Re: keeping pendrive attached to PC safe?

    The more common flash memory type (MLC) supports 10000 write cycles.
    The lifetime in a 4GB pen with daily writings of 2GB is approximately 55 years.
    (4GB x 10000 writings /2GB/365days).
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    [ubuntu] Re: Need help connecting a Creative Zen Mozaic 4GB

    I'm using my Zen Mozaic 8GB with Rhythmbox (whith 10.04) without problems after enabling the option "Use crossfading backend" in the
    Edit->preferences->playback window.



    I think this is a...
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    [SOLVED] Re: youtube video download...tmp folder

    Try to pause your video until its completely downloaded to your disk.

    I think the flash is erased after you finish the video visualization.
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    Re: Is there a 8086 simulator for Linux

    These links will be handy!
    8086/88 is not my favorite architecture but is required in my class.

    Thanks!
  11. Thread: No Gui

    by A_M_S
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    [SOLVED] Re: No Gui

    To avoid losing your bookmarks in the future you can install in your browser a bookmark synchronization plugin like xmarks or other similar.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Panel Menu Items: Font Too Dark

    I think you can use gnome-color-chooser its in the repositories.
  13. [ubuntu] Re: Can i delete packages in /var/cache/apt/archives ?

    Sometimes you can free some disk space with



    sudo apt-get autoremove


    From the man apt-get:
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    [SOLVED] Re: Why is Linux secure?

    Trusted software repositories are also a good way to avoid virus propagation.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Replacing Motherboard

    Unless the board is equal i think its a good idea to reinstall Ubuntu.
    You may have problems even with similar boards.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Questions about Ubuntu

    Welcome to the forums.:)
    1
    For some videos try this

    To nice collection of tutorials this

    For a intro manual this

    For bash try:
    http://tldp.org/LDP/Bash-Beginners-Guide/html/intro_10.html
  17. Thread: 10.10 or 10.04?

    by A_M_S
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    [SOLVED] Re: 10.10 or 10.04?

    10.04 (LTS) is a good choice if you want stability and a long term support.The lifetime of 10.10 is smaller.

    You can try 10.10 if something doesn't work on your system with 10.04 or you want to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Install Ubuntu 10.10 completely

    To some background about HD partitions info you may find this link useful
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    [ubuntu] Re: gedit alternatives

    You can redefine nano Key Bindings by editing the file /etc/nanorc. You can define the ctr+c e ctr+v to copy and paste your text inside nano.

    Below is part of my nanorc Where i define some key...
  20. Thread: running, ps

    by A_M_S
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    [ubuntu] Re: running, ps

    To find a specific application you can use:



    ps -ef | grep application_name



    To find firefox:
  21. Thread: Defrag linux?

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    [all variants] Re: Defrag linux?

    here is a nice link to understand why fragmentation is less problematic in linux than in windows
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    Re: Math & Science Education Software

    For geometric drawings try carmetal
    For plotting 3d surfaces try k3dsurf

    Both apps are in the repositories.
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    [ubuntu] Re: daemons, services, etc at startup

    from the terminal, try



    dpkg -l | grep name


    or
  24. [SOLVED] Re: How to write a series of actions to be executed automatically on boot?

    You can copy the commands bellow to a plain text file using nano or other editor.



    #!/bin/bash
    cd acpi_call
    sudo insmod acpi_call.ko
    ./test_off.sh
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    [ubuntu] Re: No Disk Space left (can't be true)

    You can recover some free space running the following commands in the terminal:



    sudo apt-get clean
    sudo apt-get autoclean
    sudo apt-get autoremove


    for more information about these...
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