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  1. [all variants] Re: Terrible wireless connection (network issue, not OS)

    Thanks for the input everyone. I attached a screenshot of a wifi inspector running from my gf's laptop one/two rooms away. It shows about -40 dBm when I'm in the same room as the router, and between...
  2. [all variants] Terrible wireless connection (network issue, not OS)

    This is a general issue with my network, not Ubuntu. But I run Ubuntu, so I figured it could go here.

    I recently moved to a more congested area and since then my wireless connectivity really...
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    Re: Blocking Ads is it Wrong?

    Advertisements are pollution. I don't need my mind being bombarded every minute of the day with companies trying to sell me things. This (among other reasons) is why I don't have cable television.
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    Re: is NTFS better than ext3 & ext4?

    Neither ext3 or ext4 need to be defragged often (if at all) because unlike with NTFS, files written to ext3/4 are randomly scattered across the file system, so they rarely cause fragmenting issues...
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    Re: Microsoft's IE9 look leaks to the Web

    First of all, how can someone's opinion be wrong? Second, why not actually contribute something to the conversation instead of just posting a useless one word post?

    I think it looks awful. No...
  6. Re: Any electronic/Industrial musicians or singers here?

    Cubase is another DAW just like the rest of them. My DAW of choice is REAPER. It does most things Cubase can do, only difference is it's much cheaper and it's less invasive with DRM.

    I use the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: side panel missing

    I'm not sure if this is your problem, but it's worth a shot. There is an option in nautilus under preferences titled something like "Always open in browser window". I'm not using GNOME atm so I can't...
  8. Re: Building a new computer - need advice on parts

    Awesome, I'll be placing the order shortly. :D Thanks everyone.
  9. Building a new computer - need advice on parts

    Hello everyone. This is the first computer I'll be building to run Linux on, and I need some advice on buying parts for it. I haven't been keeping up with technology as well as I should, so I'm a...
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    Re: Join the Great Dvorak Migration!

    This thread is what got me started using Dvorak, and I'm much more comfortable typing than I ever was with qwerty.

    Glad to see it is still going. I wonder if this thread will ever die lol. :)
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    [gnome] Re: Pidgin & AIM Error

    As of today I'm having the same issue. The disable clientLogin workaround worked for me for now.
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    Re: Looking for a solid ergonomic keyboard

    hehe I think everyone overlooked that part. No worries, I appreciate everyone's input. For now I'm sticking with my old keyboard and using the dvorak layout (until I find a decent quality/priced...
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    Re: Looking for a solid ergonomic keyboard

    Well everyone, the keyboard came today, and I must admit, it is extremely comfortable. However, I am having the same issues with the spacebar being abnormally hard to depress. It's a flaw in the...
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    Re: Join the Great Dvorak Migration!

    I switched to dvorak cold turkey as of 2 days ago, and I'm already typing at 20 wpm. It's much more comfortable on my wrists than QWERTY ever was.
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    Re: Looking for a solid ergonomic keyboard

    I'll report back in a week or so when it arrives (ordered from Amazon for $33. I can't believe best buy has the nerve to sell this exact same keyboard for $70!)
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    Re: Looking for a solid ergonomic keyboard

    well guys I have decided to take the plunge and order the Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000. This combined with the dvorak typing layout should hopefully alleviate some of my wrist pain. :D
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    Re: Looking for a solid ergonomic keyboard

    I went to best buy and tried out the Microsoft 4000 one, and I must admit I love the way it feels. I don't really like the way some of the keys are shaped though (some keys are bigger than others for...
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    Looking for a solid ergonomic keyboard

    After years of programming on an old fashioned keyboard, playing guitar, and loads of other stressful activities on my wrists, I believe I'm finally starting to take a toll on them (carpal tunnel...
  19. Re: Why malicious features cannot survive long in free software

    Another thing people should understand is that open source software is often developed for the benefit of the community and is non-profit. What self-respecting developer would try to harm their own...
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    Re: RAR popularity over 7z

    The majority of people I know, even a lot of power users, have never even heard of 7zip.

    I personally use it, but most people use WinRAR since that's what they're familiar with. It already works...
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    Re: SQL, WHERE, and LIKE

    show us the full code for the query bit

    edit: be sure you're calling mysql_fetch_assoc(); you can also use mysql_fetch_row(), but I prefer assoc so you can reference the results by field name...
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    Re: Anti-Piracy Ad

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=up863eQKGUI

    Someone had to.
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    Poll: Re: Are you a Linux geek, using Linux without X?

    On my windows machine I do a lot of music production. It's not uncommon to have 6gb of samples loaded into RAM at one time. Of course, if I had more RAM, I'd probably have another 4gb of samples...
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    Poll: Re: Are you a Linux geek, using Linux without X?

    I mostly use nano to edit configuration files, and I install programs via command line, but that's about it. I prefer the convenience of a graphical desktop.

    Plus, I play a lot of games. :D
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    Re: McAfee or Norton on Linux?

    It is so ridiculously easy to spoof a MAC address that's almost worse than no security at all. What kind of IT administrator DOESN'T know that?
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