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  1. [kubuntu] Re: 12.04 Ralink RT5390 wireless speeds mindblowingly slow

    I'll keep that adapter in mind if this becomes a problem in the future, Greg, but dropping to the -still entirely sufficient- b/g speeds of my router solved the problem in a snap. At 154MB/S it's...
  2. [kubuntu] Re: 12.04 Ralink RT5390 wireless speeds mindblowingly slow

    Dropping a speed level on the wireless for my router fixed the issue, thanks. I figured, since it worked on other networks, that it was an issue with my router.
  3. [kubuntu] Re: 12.04 Ralink RT5390 wireless speeds mindblowingly slow

    The questionable thing here is the fact that it connects to other networks with normal speeds, that's what I'm wondering about. I'd be happy to get 26-54 mb/s, because I'm getting about 1/1000000 of...
  4. [kubuntu] 12.04 Ralink RT5390 wireless speeds mindblowingly slow

    I have an ASUS <insert model here, they're mostly the same>, and the PCI-e wireless card peaks out at a blazing 26 bits/second; it works normally on networks outside my home.
    I use a Netgear...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Dual boot install issue with partitioning.

    I have tried this on another computer, and I can never seem to get crossover partition access to work properly. Could direct me to the location of a good tutorial to partitioning? I am not sure where...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: Dual boot install issue with partitioning.

    What i am trying to accomplish hear is; a partition for each OS, and a separate partition for data. Such that all of my files are accessable to both OS's.
  7. [ubuntu] Dual boot install issue with partitioning.

    I have recently purchased an Alienware M14X laptop, for gaming, and I am not entirely ready to switch it completely to ubuntu. Unfortunately, every time I attempt to dual install, I get an...
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