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    [ubuntu] Re: HP Mini (1000) Mi Series

    Has anyone wiped the default OS and installed vanilla Ubuntu, without an external CD drive?
  2. Re: what's your favorite command line (no X) web browser?

    Elinks.
  3. Re: Can anyone recommend a good projector?

    At work, we use the Christie P32GPS. Not sure it's what you're looking for, though. :P


    http://www.film-tech.com/warehouse/pics/wood17/wood1723.jpg
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    Re: Myspace crashes Firefox.

    Myspace is horrible, bloated crap...but no website should be able to crash a browser. If Firefox lets a page crash the app, it's not doing its job.

    Myspace runs on IIS on Windows. Why is it...
  5. Thread: Thinkgeek

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    Re: Thinkgeek

    I have several shirts from there...Esc, power symbol, safe hex, fsck it, and a few others. My next one will be Joss Whedon is my Master Now.
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    Re: Chicago Area Users, Check in!

    Buffalo Grove.
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    Re: Serenity was a great friggin' movie.

    It has come to my attention that we have fifteen (!) Serenity posters at work and we're losing the movie Friday, meaning we don't need them anymore. Anyone want one or two? (I can only send a...
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    Re: A Sign From God

    I've seen that page numerous times in Slashdot comments. It's kind of a running gag, like the Netcraft 'BSD is dead!' spam. Who in his right mind would write such an article is another matter...
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    Re: Performance

    I had this problem right after the Breezy preview came out. An upgrade a few days later solved the problem for me.
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    Re: Post your websites made with Linux

    Building a website powered by pyblosxom on OpenBSD 3.8-current under chroot'ed Apache 1.3.x. I'll post soon when it's ready. Not Linux, but still a Freenix.
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    Re: Serenity was a great friggin' movie.

    I haven't seen Firefly yet, either, but I am sure the box set will not disappoint me when it arrives. (Hurry up, Amazon!)
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    Re: cool desktop apps

    I tried installing it via the soulmachine.net repo and some deps didn't resolve.
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    Re: cool desktop apps

    And here I thought Spielberg was making that crap up as he went along! Seeing a cutsey 3D rendering of a filesystem is a long way from the c-shell prompt I am used to when I think of 'Unix'. I...
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    Re: A lighter alternative to Thunderbird

    It's got nice features and it's portable, but I would hardly call any program whose widgets are rendered by Java 'light'. ;)

    I am with the original author. I want a light graphical email client...
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    Poll: Re: When will you upgrade to Dapper?

    I'll dist-upgrade from Breezy when either a preview release or an RC is released. It worked for Warty, Hoary, and now Breezy, so I've been happy with the results thus far.
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    Re: Nerd Test - with a twist

    They should give bonus points for other Unices as well.
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    Re: cool desktop apps

    Torsmo works fine if you use single-buffered mode. Extract /usr/share/doc/torsmo/examples/torsmorc.sample.gz to your home directory and move the extracted file to .torsmorc, then edit away.


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    Re: Serenity was a great friggin' movie.

    Yes, I died laughing in the theatre when she said that...and at the replies.
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    Re: Firefox 1.5 beta2

    I'm waiting on the incremental update. It's supposed to only be a few hundred K, and I want to give the feature a shot before I start trusting it. ...Does it even work on Linux? I haven't been...
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    Re: Serenity was a great friggin' movie.

    I just purchased Firefly on DVD based soley on the merits of Serenity. By the way, due to interest rekindled by the movie release, it is the fifth best-selling DVD on Amazon today, and was the third...
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    Re: What good film have you seen this year?

    Serenity, The Constant Gardener, and Lord of War. Serenity was the best. Lord of War had by far the best opening scene of any movie of all time, period. My eyes were bulging out of my head and my...
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    Re: Serenity was a great friggin' movie.

    This was one of the best movies I have seen in years, and easily the best I've seen in 2005. As a manager at a movie theatre, I see lots of movies, so I think I'm qualified to say how much posterior...
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    Re: Syllabe? anyone heard of it?

    Tried it. Took several days of tech support on the forum to even get the live CD to boot for me. It's still in the very early beta stages, but if it works for you, give it a shot I guess. It has a...
  24. Re: BENCHMARKS - glxgears FPS scores, just for fun

    11476 frames in 5.0 seconds = 2295.200 FPS


    $ cat /proc/driver/nvidia/agp/status && cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep MHz
    Status: Enabled
    Driver: AGPGART
    AGP Rate: 4x
    Fast...
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    Re: BattleField 2 = No Go

    I can't even run the demo installer. It complains it doesn't have Administrator privs. WTH? Is there a way to flag cedega to run an EXE under Administrator privs?
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