It's a bug.
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The Quake 2 Railgun.
I can't use this browser until they fix the terrible font rendering.
Yeah you are correct. My CPU usage must have spiked when I opened the terminal and tested it earlier today.
This will tell you the processors max rated speed.
edit: It works fine. Displays the CPUs current speed in Mhz.
Just some quick notes should anyone find this via a search.
Check xserver-xorg-dev should is installed, along with the linux-headers package for your current kernel.
You should now be...
If it's just to improve share:
Improve the UI's look and performance.
Fix Flash compatibility and performance.
Fix driver short comings. Mainly the dreadful video performance.
Add a universal...
I'm soon to be removing my Radeon 4850 (fglrx) which is to be replaced by a GTX260 (nvidia).
While I'm sure I could muddle through and get it all sorted I would appreciate any tips from people who...
That's what lsb-release is for.
should return mint strings
will return lenny/sid
By 'demand access to root level volume' do you mean that when run as a standard user iMovie fails because it can't write a file to / ?
Ubuntu does. It's just that it often installs a codec it thinks will work but doesn't.
Hence it installs a codec and you're still unable to play what you clicked.
Launch System > Preferences > Encryption and Keyrings
There should be a logon keyring entry. Delete any other keyrings in that list.
Try changing the password for the logon keyring entry.
Look into using the correct keyboard map maybe.
System > Preferences > Keyboard
Chances of getting iTunes working as you expect are low.
WTF!! is not a very good password. :P
Ubuntu adds and saves passwords to a built in keyring.
If you've never set it up the password for the keyring will be your login password.
Shame. 2.5.2 from Hardy does not have this issue I believe. You could try it. Be aware that you need to remove your older versions of Pidgin and libpurple*.
Sounds more like you're missing the correct codecs.
Additionally Totem in Hardy is not the best.
Try XBMC and see how that goes.
You don't say which version of Ubuntu or Pidgin.
Use the Pidgin version that shipped with 9.04 instead.
You do need one if you're playing games. Which means you will be using windows.
It would be idiotic to build a high power PC to play games on Linux.
It runs well on XP era machines.
Video and Audio is way ahead of Linux as usual. The desktop compositor is alot smoother too.
The new taskbar is interesting and the extra window gestures are...
If you just use Linux then you'd be better off building a computer that's small, meets your needs but uses as little power as possible.
High power, high cost machines are generally for specific...
If changing those options (No hinting, no anti aliasing, rgb sub pixel order) and logging out then in changed nothing then I have no more ideas.
If they're all using a gui then I'd just use Pidgin on all of the machines. Create a Bonjour account and you're all set. On windows this may require you to install the bonjour/mdnsresponder files...
Are you sure that is the correct gateway?