Try out XFCE or OpenBox.
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Try out XFCE or OpenBox.
Gnome 2 "classic."
I want to thank you for posting that xorg configuration. I have that exact eMac model and now I can use the 1280x960 resolution without any flickering or stuttering. Currently running 12.04. :guitar:...
This is quite frustrating. I had some important information put up there and now I can't retrieve it. I feel as though the Ubuntu One team should have provided some e-mail warnings or perhaps big...
Press alt f2 and then type google-earth
Windows 7. Windows 8 looks unimpressive.
I recommend you use Ubuntu 10.04. Burn that image to a CD and use that to boot up on your old computer because I doubt USB flash drive booting will work.
Before you install Windows try using WINE without needing to install Windows http://www.winehq.org/. Your games might work but I haven't had 100% success so I dual boot.
Just know that installing...
If you can open the stream in VLC you can use VLC to capture the stream and save it in a wide variety of formats. I typically do this for radio broadcasts. Be sure to edit the settings because I...
Definitely will be Xubuntu if I decide to upgrade.
For $30 the Sansa Clip+ is a great option. There's no vendor lock in and the microSDHC slot means you can get more storage for cheap. Definitely the better buy compared to an iPod Shuffle.
+2 on Lavabit. :D I can't wait for the ixquick folks to roll out an e-mail system as well.
You can check the grub.cfg file found in /boot/grub/grub.cfg. I regularly edit mine to take out old kernels I don't use. You can run the update-grub command in the terminal and that may do the trick...
I didn't realize there was a PPA. And apparently I've been running an old version of Handbrake. Simply upgrading did the trick. I did a test and it used four cores so I'm happy.
Sorry to bump an old thread but is there a way to tell Handbrake to use multiple cores? Right now it's only using one of my four and I'd like to use two or three if possible. Thanks. :)
Well, if you don't intend to use encryption then it doesn't matter. But encrypting your home volume or perhaps your entire hard drive protects your data in case your computer is stolen. I would argue...
I recommend partitioning 20GB for Ubuntu and I recommend using Ubuntu 10.04 or the latest Xubuntu release (11.10). 10GB is fine, too. You can always delete the Ubuntu partition and merge back into...
Do you have GRUB installed? :confused:
A very good one. :D
Go there and check it out.
Do you have more than one Firefox application installed on your system?
I would normally recommend buying a new hard drive but Thailand's flooding has caused HDD prices to jump dramatically.
I stopped using Dropbox when Ubuntu One came out.
Haiku and ReactOS. :popcorn: