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  1. [all variants] Re: Ubuntu terminal server; Windows fat or thin clients

    Thanks for the replies. After more research, I've come to the conclusion that Windows thin clients will be too expensive for the company I'm setting this up for.

    I've used DRBL before for...
  2. [all variants] Ubuntu terminal server; Windows fat or thin clients

    I want to set up an Ubuntu terminal server that will store user accounts and user data. I want it to be accessible from Windows fat clients, so people booting a fat client will have to log in using...
  3. Re: HOWTO: PulseAudio Fixes & System-Wide Equalizer Support

    Awesome, my sound mixing works great now!
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    [kubuntu] Sound only works in Amarok

    For some reason, yesterday my sound just stopped working at random. Now the only application that makes any sound is Amarok; all other apps (Mplayer, Flash, etc.) silently fail. As soon as I log into...
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    Re: Configuring Logitech mice (mx500, etc)

    Most of it actually works out of the box now. This tutorial is a few years old and shouldn't keep getting bumped anymore.
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    [kubuntu] KDE stuck on network at log in time

    After latest updates (kernel and various other packages), when I restarted, I couldn't log in to KDE. It starts loading, and gets stuck on the network icon. I tried booting with the old kernel, but...
  7. Re: How to: Xubuntu - Thunar Native Windows Network Browsing

    Try Konqueror 3.5.x. Right now I use KDE 3.5.10, but when I used to use XFCE, I used Konqueror for all my network browsing.
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    Re: Why KDE 4.2 will rock

    I'm just uding KDE 3.5 on Intrepid while I wait for Jaunty.
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    Re: Why KDE 4.2 will rock

    KDE 4.x is not because it's still fresh. KDE 3.5 has arguably as much functionality as Gnome, but generally faster, and more cleanly implemented. In some cases it has more functionality, in some...
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    Re: Why KDE 4.2 will rock

    It's more mature and is easier to work with. GnomeVFS has/had (dunno if they fixed it recently) some FS modules (or whatever u call them) that were unstable compared to KIOs. KIO has been around...
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    Re: Why KDE 4.2 will rock

    What I'm saying is that KIO, for example, is ahead of GnomeVFS and GVFS. They have some of the same things, but KDE's version of some of those things is well ahead of Gnome's counterpart.
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    Re: Why KDE 4.2 will rock

    Even if KDE 4 wouldn't be shaping up into something nice, I wouldn't switch to Gnome for another 2 years or so. KDE 3.5 is already ahead of Gnome in many things, such as KIO.
  13. Re: HOWTO: Configuring Logitech mice in Ubuntu 6.06: New Guide

    Yes, DPI does change the speed, but it's not the main purpose. For regular computing, you won't need more than 400 or 800 DPI and then just adjust the mouse speed in the control panel to your liking....
  14. Re: HOWTO: Configuring Logitech mice in Ubuntu 6.06: New Guide

    What version of Ubuntu are you running? Most of this guide is not needed anymore for versions 8.10 and up while 8.04 and a few other versions require a slightly different setup (talked about...
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    Re: Why KDE 4.2 will rock

    It's got plenty, most of them are just not included in a default Kubuntu installation.
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    [kubuntu] awful sound with jack

    For some reason, when I use Jack to play my guitar with effects, in Intrepid, the sound is very bad. Kind of choppy or shimmering, maybe something with latency. I'm not sure how to describe it and...
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    Re: Why KDE 4.2 will rock

    Hehe, I'm the opposite. 3.5 is my baby for now. Perhaps a bit ugly (though I think the default plastik style is nice as it's compact and no nonsense. Oxygen, on the other hand wastes too much space...
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    Re: Why KDE 4.2 will rock

    I'm talking about the overall performance of the desktop. XFCE uses GTK+ and all, but is also faster than Gnome. I don't think double buffering is the issue, since (if I remember correctly) is...
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    Re: Why KDE 4.2 will rock

    It already is, and KDE 3.5 is a lot faster than Gnome as well (though the busier UI might make you think the opposite at first).

    No offense to people who like Gnome (I like it too in some ways),...
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    Re: Configuring Logitech mice (mx500, etc)

    @jimgeroul: try installing lomoco and try turning on/off the cruise control: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/gutsy/man1/lomoco.html That might have some effect on the media buttons.

    Edit: Then...
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    Re: 5 of my 8 buttons work.

    @BassKozz: @jimgeroul: What do you get in xev for all the buttons?
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    Re: Configuring Logitech mice (mx500, etc)

    You can use udev, but this thread is very old and the method of setting up the mouse has long since changed. If you click to see the thread in my signiture, somewhere towards the end of it people...
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    Re: Configuring Logitech mice (mx500, etc)

    You'll need a program with a window list and bind the button to the command for that. Xfce has one built in, it's xfdesktop -windowlist. Other DE's need a seperate program for that.
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    Poll: Re: Microsoft seems to have stolen Ubuntu logo

    Check out Convoca (Microsoft was a bit more creative):

    http://convoca.cl/

    http://convoca.cl/images/logo.jpg

    Edit: They changed their logo overnight. They had the exact Ubuntu logo as their...
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    [kde] Re: Kate(part) scroll past end of file

    bump. Nobody knows the answer? Is it even possible to write a plugin that does this?
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