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    [ubuntu] Re: Art Tube MP USB preamp

    I googled and found this pretty quickly:
    http://chrisatlinux.wordpress.com/2008/03/28/connecting-bass-guitar-to-computer-with-linux/
  2. Thread: Kindle

    by Mike'sHardLinux
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    Re: Kindle

    At first, I thought your post was silly. But I stand corrected:
    http://gadgets.boingboing.net/2009/09/02/photo-and-descriptio.html
  3. [ubuntu_studio] Re: Download Speeds - Is there anyway to make downloads use more bandwidth?

    Don't forget that many sites will not send the files to you at 1,000 kb/sec for various reasons.
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    Re: Good game suggestions?

    Maybe on a netbook with nVidia Ion graphics...... Doom 3 would suck on my netbook!
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    Re: Your favourite actor and actress

    I would agree with sisco311, and I say that movie is soooo worth it! If you can, get it in bluray, too.
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    Re: Need New Webhost

    You're just too popular! :-)
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    Re: Need New Webhost

    I don't know if they would be any different, but I have been using 1and1.com for many years.

    I am curious, if I may ask, what kinda web apps are you running that would be spiking their cpus?
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    [ubuntu] Re: phpmyadmin failure after upgrade

    I believe 2002 is an error connecting to MySQL. Are you sure the webserver has connectivity to the MySQL server? Simply running the command mysql does not seem like a proper test in this situation.
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    [ubuntu] Re: MySQL/PHP troubles.

    Hi. Can you paraphrase what you are trying to do? When you install packages, true, the software is installed in folders, but I do not understand why you need/want to access the folders.

    With...
  10. Thread: Xeon?

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    Re: Xeon?

    Yes, you can.
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    Re: Russian DIYer builds 70TB disk array

    Part of me says that's cool. The other part says BFD. If I had the extra $ laying around, I could do that easily.

    I have a server running 24/7 that has 11.5TB of storage that I actually use and I...
  12. Thread: arrgh

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    [ubuntu] Re: arrgh

    Well, configure won't do you much good until after you have unpacked the source.

    Are you sure you ran the tar command in the proper directory, or if you are not in the same directory as the tar.gz...
  13. Thread: arrgh

    by Mike'sHardLinux
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    [ubuntu] Re: arrgh

    Probably the most common problem when compiling is satisfying dependencies. What software are you trying to install? Have you checked to make sure you have all the dependencies?
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    Re: Your style of computing

    My style? You could call it the art of computing.....without computing.

    :mrgreen:

    Sorry. I couldn't resist.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Cyberpower UPS support

    Thanks Rocket2DMn! I just cheaped out and gambled on a CyberPower UPS and that probably saved me a few minutes of noodling around/googling.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Good hackers ?

    There are so many ways to be a hacker, it is a very open-ended question. What are your specific interests? Obviously, you are interested in computers. But, are you more into software, hardware,...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Good hackers ?

    Originally, the word hacker was not a bad thing. A hacker is someone who builds, modifies, or takes things apart to learn about them. A programmer is a hacker. Someone who works on car engines could...
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    Re: IT field employment around now

    A friend of mine got a better job in IT about 4 months ago. I just got a better job about 2 months ago. Another friend of mine just got a better job and starts in a couple of weeks. The jobs are...
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    Re: Rant!!!!!

    I've never had a Windows box that played DVDs out of the box. When I bought my first DVD drive, I think it came with PowerDVD. These days, I would install VLC to enable DVD playback.
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    Re: What software is this?

    Looks like a graph from Pingdom. I don't know what software they use, though.
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    Re: Best free web hosting for forums?

    Don't forget, you probably need some kind of database for the backend of the forum software. I am not sure if there are any free hosts that give you a database, too. I don't know if vBulletin...
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    Re: Google realtime search is here!

    Meh.....I'm holding out for realtime Google Earth..... :biggrin:
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    Re: USB chewing gum sticks

    I had an Adata micro stick like that a couple of years ago. It was not very stable in the connector, since it didn't have the full USB connector....it would kind of wobble around when connected. In a...
  24. [SOLVED] Re: The State of (SNES) Emulation, Part III

    Maybe it's 'cause your bean count? :confused:
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    [ubuntu] Re: SSH port needs to change

    If you are using a typical home router, just pick a higher port number like 39034 and tell your router to forward incoming TCP on port 39034 to your server's port 22. Then, you can just ssh to your...
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