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    Re: HOWTO: Proper Screencasting on Linux

    Hello again!

    So, any ideas on my (and marvalis', apparently) desync problem?



    As I said - this does not help at all - even if I record in 960x540 @ 15 fps, it desyncs the same way as when I...
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    Re: HOWTO: Proper Screencasting on Linux

    I tried that. When I lower the framerate, the desynchronization actually becomes a bit higher.
    + my computer is powerful enough to handle such framerates easily. Heck, I can even even run it with...
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    Re: HOWTO: Proper Screencasting on Linux

    Hello!

    I've got a bit of a problem with recording - my video & audio get increasingly desynchronized. The longer the video, the longer the gap. For example, in one of the videos I recorded, a...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: 11.04 - recognises only half of Bulldozer CPU cores

    Aww, shucks! It appears using 1-core/1-module was set by default in my BIOS. Took me a while to notice =/
    Sorry about that...
    I guess I'll just go and smack my face into the nearest pine tree...
  5. [SOLVED] Re: 11.04 - recognises only half of Bulldozer CPU cores

    Even though I already read those two articles a while ago, Thanks!

    I guess I should include a couple of more detailed questions. Those might help figure this thing out.

    I did not see this...
  6. [SOLVED] 11.04 - recognises only half of Bulldozer CPU cores

    Hello!

    So, I had a major hardware upgrade today. It includes upgrading my CPU to an 8-core Bulldozer (AMD FX 8120).
    After I booted into my ubuntu installation (11.04|natty; x64;...
  7. [SOLVED] Re: problem starting World of Warcraft on it's own X

    Hmmmm... I might be able to help You there.

    I some time ago, I found an utility to made to launch games on a separate X session. I used it a couple of times on games running natively on linux....
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    Re: Wine 1.2, DirectX, 64bit apps...

    Well, yes, this "fix" works and all, but having to reinstall the video card drivers with every new wine version is a major annoyance. _
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    Re: Wine 1.2, DirectX, 64bit apps...

    What would be considered as correct 32bit video drivers? 'Cause I do not have a clue what needs to be changed in order for the drivers to be "correct".

    Also, could anyone explain, why did the same...
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    Re: Wine 1.2, DirectX, 64bit apps...

    I have the same issue with the OpenGL
    Everything worked fine before, including in the RCs, but today when I tried running a 3D game (it was my first time running a 3D game on 1.2 stable), it gave me...
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    [ubuntu] Re: TTYs won't work

    Loading the 2.6.31-19 kernel did not solve the problem, as it seems that after the 2.6.31-20 got installed to my computer, i started to having the same problem with earlier kernels.
    But, not long...
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    [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu 10.04 UPDATE painfully SLOWWWW

    Good morning!

    2115 MB @ 10MB/s; do the math =D

    And if You are too lazy, than: mah calculat0r says ~3 minutas and 30 seconds.
    Moreover, started downloading then went to write my previous post...
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    [ubuntu] Re: ubuntu 10.04 UPDATE painfully SLOWWWW

    My download goes @ 10 Mb/s =3
    ...But not need to forget that I am ~400 meters away from the mirror server AND on the same ISP as this server. ^_^
    P.S. It could be that I had actually seen that...
  14. [SOLVED] Re: Problems writing to ext3 partition from Vista

    You could probably do it the same what I do:
    Do not use the /home partion as the "main" filesystem (or as I would say, do not use it as the "main file-dumpster"). Use some other partition instead,...
  15. [SOLVED] Re: I'm using 64-bit, but not getting 4GB

    *please delete. thank You*
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    Re: Gaming with Linux

    Maybe it won't be much of a help, but how about trying to run the game on a different X session? There is a small chance that it would fix the problem.

    here is a sh script to run a game on a...
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    Re: Counting to 500 Before Mod Resets!

    (666-78+12)/100
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    Re: Counting to 500 Before Mod Resets!

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    P.S. You had an EPIC number there, Mr. _h_.
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    [ubuntu] Re: TTYs won't work

    Please, someone!
  22. [ubuntu] Re: autosave screenshot on hitting printscreen?

    Wow, all I had to do was check the "commands" plugin in compiz's configuration. All the commands I had entered in gconf-editor were there. Thanks! =]
    Also, I had actually tried using that "System >...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: autosave screenshot on hitting printscreen?

    I did as You said, but still, nothing happens.
    I have checked if any other command actually work on that key binding, but they don't, also I tried using another key, but also no effect. I have also...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: autosave screenshot on hitting printscreen?

    Thank You for the (quick) reply!

    Compiz interferes with the keyboard shortcuts? Hmmm.. Strange.
    Ah, and, sorry, I expressed the behavior of the window in a wrong way: the window does not wobble,...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: autosave screenshot on hitting printscreen?

    Hey!

    Thank You for the reply!
    I had installed scrot (as I want a non-GUI solution).
    It works great, I had customized the line for a filename more suitable for me and to make it move the...
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