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  1. [UbuntuGnome] Re: Nvidia Geforge GT 650M driver installing problem

    I also have a 650M in my hp laptop. This particular graphics card has the (in)famous Optimus technology. Basically, it's supposed to switch between the onboard graphics for low intensity tasks and...
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    It's been a while since I've posted, but I haven't really done much with my conky since then. Using curl fixed my issue with getting my external IP to show up. Eventually I think I'll work on...
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    Re: SteamOS Didn't Use Ubuntu Over Legal Issues ?

    I tend to agree with this, but if the steamboxes flop that's a good bit of bad publicity for Ubuntu. I guess Steam would probably have to upstream changes to Canonical which would need more manpower...
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    Missing WINE menu in Lubuntu?

    I've had this issue several times after installing WINE in Lubuntu. The latest issue was in 13.04. I haven't upgraded to 13.10 yet so I don't know if the issue was resolved.
    Likewise, I haven't...
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    [SOLVED] Re: VLC player stopped playing DVDs. What's wrong?

    Thanks, Temujin! That's a LOT easier. I just reinstalled Lubuntu 13.04 and have been going about changing what I want and then I ran into the DVD issue. Perhaps you should volunteer your solution...
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    Re: Can Security Models Be Made Open Source

    The only thing that I can think of that comes close to an "open security" model is what the US 2nd Amendment was originally intended for. To put most of the citizens' security directly in the hands...
  7. Thread: Big Smartphones

    by zer010
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    Re: Big Smartphones am I Crazy?

    I think you have a valid point. However, getting website coders to essentially make two versions of their websites is not gonna happen anytime soon. Because of the format issues of displaying...
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    Re: Firefox web history import

    I never thought that anyone actually enables web history on browsers. It's one of the first things that I disable...
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    Re: Laptop recommendation

    My preference is hp. Mine has been pretty great so far. Just remember to check if the graphics card is fully supported. This thing has the Optimus configuration and it's a small pain having to...
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    Re: how long can you survive without..

    Just found an article pertaining to why sleep dep isn't good: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-23932577
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    Re: 1920x1080 HD Wallpapers

    I usually don't go for abstract or fractal stuff, but these are exceptionally nice. Good job!
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    Re: Malware killed Microsoft Windows 7

    OR, they can just click Install/Apply when the update prompt comes up. Unless I'm going to be installing programs, this is usually what I do. If I need to update/upgrade manually, then I use this:...
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    Re: Malware killed Microsoft Windows 7

    A few things said are a little confusing to me, please explain.


    Please do tell how you intend on setting him up with Netflix in *buntu. Does the WINE workaround somehow work for you?

    First,...
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    Re: Something Rock Solid and Lightweight

    How bout the NAO?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2laujomh0JY
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    Re: Something Rock Solid and Lightweight

    Now we just need the dancing hardware and we got a party!!! ^_^d
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    Re: Something Rock Solid and Lightweight

    Nice... As an afterthought, I started to wonder if ASIMO or NAO ran linux...Perhaps the fireworks/dance party is still on? :D
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    Re: Something Rock Solid and Lightweight

    Calling ANY *NIX distro "too plain". What do want it to do? Shoot fireworks and get up and do a dance? Sheesh, you can customize ALL of these distros into something less or more extravagant. Try...
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    Re: Something Rock Solid and Lightweight

    Here's my current desktop. I've rearranged the panel items, but this is pretty much default. Of course, if you really want a dock there's several to choose from, not to mention you can add more...
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    Re: Something Rock Solid and Lightweight

    What's wrong with running idle at about 256MB? ^_^?


    Check. ^_^d


    Bummer, perhaps you could lend a hand?
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    Re: Something Rock Solid and Lightweight

    Rock solid and lightweight? Well, there's Lubuntu...:)
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    Re: What browser do you use and why?

    I've always used Firefox mostly because I learned it was built upon the Netscape code. For me, Netscape blew IE away with stability and speed and I just naturally moved to Firefox when Mozilla was...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Huge root-owned folder in my home

    Well, I'm not sure what those files were and I never was able to open anything. Everytime I tried to list the contents of that folder, it would basically just sit there, either loading or stalling. ...
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    [lubuntu] Huge root-owned folder in my home

    I don't know where it came from or why it's there, it just kinda appeared. I tried to look into it, but it just keeps loading. So I go to get info and it says it's owned by root and over 1000MiB. ...
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    Re: The Taming of the Unity (a recommendations)

    I thought about checkin out Unity, but it has always seemed to be marketed at relative morons or at best would be better suited to a tablet. I'd rather wade through the process of getting to know a...
  25. Thread: Au revoir!

    by zer010
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    Re: Au revoir!

    Fare thee well, mips. You are remembered and will be missed. May all you endeavor to do turn out well. Also, may the Source be with you always.
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