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    Re: OpenOffice Dropped For Netbook Edition?

    Firefox is also a few clicks away, so why not remove that too?

    I know, it's all about usage cases, but that argument simply does not stand. OpenOffice is huge and probably "too much" for a...
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    Re: 75Mhz, 16 MB of RAM.... What to do?

    You could just take the HDD, install it on another machine with a bootable CD-ROM drive, install DamnSmallLinux on that HDD and then put it back to the original machine.

    Linux *is* feasible on...
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    Re: pdfmenot (read PDFs without a PDF reader!)

    Uses flash, meh. This could be good for embedded devices, but a PDF reader is probably far easier to run on an embedded device than a Flash-enabled web-browser. Plus, native applications are usually...
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    Re: Fun IRC chats anyone?

    # and #0 on Freenode are fun.
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    Re: A really phun piece of software

    It plays on my Feisty machine.
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    Re: Panoramic view of Airbus A380 Cockpit

    Great stuff!

    Would that be Heathrow Airport, then?
  7. Thread: uberlight WM's

    by Havoc
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    Re: uberlight WM's

    dwm for those that want just the *very* basic things from their WMs. I like dwm and use it a lot. I find it very usable and well thought-out.

    wmii is pretty much the same as dwm, but it provides...
  8. Re: I'm in shock. Ridiculous requirements for using the university network!

    I was mainly talking about providing internet access by the means wireless connectivity, or maybe even stations that provide wired access. I understand that providing access to the internal workings...
  9. Re: I'm in shock. Ridiculous requirements for using the university network!

    Oh come on, even ISP's don't regulate that much, how the hell is it any different for Universities?
  10. Re: I'm in shock. Ridiculous requirements for using the university network!

    Hah, it might not be a basic human right, but it's as much of a right as free books in universities. Or maybe 1$ per day should be the standard in which we measure everything. I'm sure people like...
  11. Re: I'm in shock. Ridiculous requirements for using the university network!

    I disagree. I see University-provided internet just like any other service provided by the government (I'm mostly talking about government-controlled universities), it should be there when you need...
  12. Re: I'm in shock. Ridiculous requirements for using the university network!

    I think that it *should* be a right though, for all students, especially in government-controlled universities. Just like books or any other kind of tool that is used for the purpose of learning...
  13. Re: I'm in shock. Ridiculous requirements for using the university network!

    Just break into their network and be done with it.
  14. Re: suggest some lightweight alternatives to well known programs

    Konqueror/Embedded as a browser. Either one of the old snapshots which use QT2 (Latest snapshot with QT2 is HERE) or newer snapshots which require QT3. Compiling these from source is a pain in the...
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    Re: Stallman is lonely...

    I'd hit it.
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    Re: Ubuntu Linux 2008 Edition

    Why dishonest? The guy states that the product is free software under the GPL, and makes no effort to hide the product's name or whatever. The GPL allows people to sell the software, as long as the...
  17. Re: What is the smallest Amount of Ram you've seen Described

    Nah, these things are not like PCs. You'd need a kernel specifically suited for the machine, a user-space distribution (meaning, a root image) and a bootloader. Not simple stuff, though you could...
  18. Re: Open and closed source software is more complicated than you think...

    Quite a good classification, and the examples are pretty good. Mozilla has most of its software under MPL/GPL and/or EULAs (for binary redistribution), which have some clauses concerning trademarks...
  19. Re: What is the smallest Amount of Ram you've seen Described

    I use Linux (2.6.17 and 2.6.23) on a 32MB machine (which also comes with 16MB) every day... It's an HPC, and the distro is pretty much created by us, but still, RAM usage with IceWM running is at...
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    Re: what is your 10 common linux commands?

    Hehe

    1 134 26.8% make
    2 49 9.8% sudo
    3 23 4.6% kill
    4 23 4.6% export
    5 21 4.2% cd
    6 21 4.2% bitbake
    7 18 3.6% wine
    8...
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    Poll: Re: Do you use multiple workspaces?

    I always use multiple workspaces. It took me a while to realize the advantages of multiple workspaces, but now I use them all the time.

    They are especially great for porn. One workspace has porn,...
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    Re: default terminal replacement

    WTF nobody mentioned Mrxvt. And the effects in those screenshots can be done with *any* terminal and shell combination. Even the very minimalistic rxvt + ash can do that. Ehm.
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    Re: Sunday nights suck.

    Getting drunk kind of mellows things out.
  24. Thread: File -> Quit

    by Havoc
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    Re: File -> Quit

    File -> Quit is *not* redundant. Many window managers do not have a close button, and anyways, applications assuming things about their environment is bad practice. I use Linux on an HPC, where most...
  25. Re: Someone posted a youtube video of ubuntu users

    hehe ;)
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