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    [ubuntu] Re: How Do I Get My TV Tuner To Work?

    Interesting username choice
  2. Re: Prisoners Dilemma : a winning strategy found

    TL;DR: capacitive screens for devices that require durability and resistive for pointer accuracy.
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    Re: How has RAM usage increased over time

    I would be intderested in this as well
  4. Thread: Android x86

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    [SOLVED] Re: Android x86

    Why would someone want to use a smartphone/tablet OS on their desktop computer?
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    Re: DSL recovery drive

    DSL hasn't put out a stable release since 2008
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    [ubuntu] Re: Good TV tuner card?

    I saw enough good reviews, both for Linux and Windows 7, that I ordered it.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Good TV tuner card?

    Can anyone personally verify whether the Hauppauge HVR-1600 works? MythTv says it does

    http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/Hauppauge_HVR-1600
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    [ubuntu] Re: Good TV tuner card?

    America, we use NTSC.

    But, if the TV tuner is going to be after the cable box, does that matter anymore?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Good TV tuner card?

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    [ubuntu] Good TV tuner card?

    Hello everyone, I haven't been on these forums in awhile. When buying a TV tuner card, if I have HD digital cable, what do I need to get? The TV tuner would be going after the cable box. Do I still...
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    Trouble registering an account at qip.ru

    Can someone on here do me a favor and try to make an email account at qip.ru?

    It seems like a good service. 500MB of storage, IMAP support, and so on. But whenever I go to make an account, it get...
  12. Thread: Handheld Gaming

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    Re: Handheld Gaming

    I have a GP2X Wiz, it was a lot of fun. I use the past tense because the OLED screens they shipped with had a ton of issues with dead pixels and the last time I checked turned mine on about a year...
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    Re: Desktop supercomputer with 13 GPUs...

    But, will it blend?
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    Re: Help me pick out an Android tablet

    I don't care about ICS right now. I'd just like something that could eventually be upgraded to it, 3.x is fine. I just like the idea of having something I can hack, mainly for the sake of it.
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    Re: Help me pick out an Android tablet

    Man, I'd *really* like to get the Nook Tablet. But, it's locked bootloader kinda scares me. They may never get it unlocked. The Nook Color is fully hackable, but only has an 8hr battery life and...
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    Re: Help me pick out an Android tablet

    Reading some tech forum posts and as far as I can tell, the Nook Tablet has a locked boot loader and can't load up custom ROMs (see: "alternate" OSes, like non-crippled Android). Although, you may be...
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    Help me pick out an Android tablet

    Okay, I want a tablet for Xmas, but I've been searching the interwebz for days and can't make up my mind and my parents need to know what to buy me ASAP. Here's my criteria:

    - Runs Android OS
    -...
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    Rooting the Kindle Fire?

    I got my Mom a Kindle Fire for Christmas. First impression: "wow, Amazon's app store really sucks". After about a minute of googling, I found a guide to rooting it and gaining access to Android...
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    Re: Rob Pike : Famous Unix man

    http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/mac_pc.png
  20. Re: what type of bag is the one shown in the photos?

    George Carlin reference. Before anyone else does
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    Re: Hackers hack The Linux Foundation

    Yes, but OpenBSD is helluva good.

    A lot of Linux users (including many on this forum) are pretty arrogant and elitist about how great their OS of choice is and who crappy "Micro$$$oft Winblow$"...
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    What *exactly* is a watt?

    I was reading up a little on how electricity works and this is what I've got so far.

    You have watts, amps, and volts and the way it's been explained to me is in terms of water usage, let me...
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    Re: how much does pc gaming really cost?

    http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/cutting_edge.png
  24. Thread: India Pale Ale

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    Re: India Pale Ale

    Just tried a IPA and witbier combination the other day. It was okay, but I still prefer the regular style IPA and aren't a huge fan of any of the Belgian wheat beers I've tried yet.

    My next...
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    Re: Installing Ubuntu on a regular LG TV ?

    I tried Linux on my Dreamcast once. It was pretty cool for about a minute. Then I was like "...what do I do with this?" and took out the CD. I guess I could probably hook the internal 56k modem...
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