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  1. Re: iPad all-time fastest-selling gadget

    I was prepared to believe it, but it turns out you're correct.

    For example the Motorola Razr sold 50 million in 2 years, and reached 3 million per month, vs iPad's 4.9 million per quarter....
  2. Re: iPad all-time fastest-selling gadget

    Why on earth did you install it? Remove it - problem solved.

    The point is that other owners of Evos who *do* want it can have it. I have it on my N1, no problems here (although I personally can't...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu AMD64 and i386 differences?

    They are the 32 and 64 bit versions of Ubuntu.

    Your hardware (and 99% of all new hardware) is 64 bit, so it is capable of running either 64 or 32 bit software. Older (32 bit) hardware can only...
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    Re: @KiwiNZ, open wifi

    It isn't my role to be helpful here: I'm a user, not a mod.
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    Re: @KiwiNZ, open wifi

    Your dismissive posts really aren't very helpful matthew (and are easy to predict). Was it useful, in any way, to anyone, for you to post?

    Yes, I know I'm the one in breach of the CoC,...
  6. Poll: Re: do you think taking hardware for tech support is right or wrong?

    You mean with their knowledge, no? If they're happy and you're happy, there's no problem...
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    Re: @KiwiNZ, open wifi

    I didn't provoke an emotional response (nor did I want to), so it doesn't fit the CoC's 'trolling'. And it quoted your post, so unless your post is also OT I can't see how mine is.
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    @KiwiNZ, open wifi

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=9950883#post9950883

    ? Now you're deleting polite posts that quote and reply to yours (and so we can assume are as on topic as your own posts)?
    Perhaps...
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    Re: Open wifi free-for-all?

    Oh, is that what's happening here?;) Are you feeling a little raw?

    No one has promoted or advocated any such thing, we're just trying to guess a wifi owners motives for leaving it unsecured, so...
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    Re: Open wifi free-for-all?

    This is funny. Half of the posts here are about metaphors and how they are incorrect or correct. My opinion is if they let you use it you can have it. WHY? Because they gave you access. But then,...
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    Re: Open wifi free-for-all?

    Hmm, you're putting words in my mouth. I didn't say or imply any of those, I said apples.
    You tell me, which is a more accurate representation of wifi: apples or bikes? LOL ---> I'm sure KiwiNZ...
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    Re: Adware/Spyware Removel for Linux

    Cookies are not spyware.
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    Re: Open wifi free-for-all?

    No, if it *doesn't* have a price tag and a container to place money in.
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    Re: Open wifi free-for-all?

    Ah, metaphors. Let me play too!:

    If someone leaves a bowl of apples in a public place it means it's ok to take one. So the answer is yes.
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    Re: Open wifi free-for-all?

    Yes.
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    Re: Ubuntu vs Windows 7

    I'm not interested in the subjective and never ending thread title argument, but I had to point this out: any time someone says 'X is growing faster than Y' it almost always invariably means X is...
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    Re: Adware/Spyware Removel for Linux

    Your terminology is wrong.
    You may have a perfectly good reason to want to get rid of cookies, but they are not ''adware/spyare''.

    ''Harmless''? Maybe, maybe not, that's subjective.
    But...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Moving a window between dual-monitor X screens

    He already has a second video card, he's already said it won't play nice with Twinview, and when people talk about running two screens from two cards they are usually *not* talking about actually...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: Moving a window between dual-monitor X screens

    Not really sure what we're arguing about ;) Anyway, the OP will have to use Xinerama.
  20. [ubuntu] Re: Moving a window between dual-monitor X screens

    Me or the OP? I'm using Xinerama because I have 3 screens.

    From memory, what you see, and the behaviour you get, with 2 screens is the same whether you use Xinerama or Twinview (although beneath...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 16/24/32 bit color

    There is no need to compare "32 bit colour" and "24 bit colour". What people here are trying to say is that these are one and the same. 32 bit colour is in fact just a slightly inaccurate name for...
  22. Re: Multiple video cards, ATI and NVidia, plus a bit of RAID problems

    Sorry, I don't know enough about Linux gpu drivers be be of much help, but I'm surprised you have that problem with an nvidia + an ati - I thought you could install both their drivers side by side....
  23. [ubuntu] Re: free laptop, unsure about whether to install 32 or 64 bit maverick meerkat

    For Windows maybe, IDK, but for Ubuntu 64 bit support is excellent. You've made the right choice.

    For anyone interested, the new 64 bit Flash : http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer10.html
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    [ubuntu] Re: Downgrading 64 to 32 bit

    Wine runs on 64 bit, no problems: http://wiki.winehq.org/WineOn64bit

    Also, new 64 bit Flash: http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer10.html
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    [ubuntu] Re: Will 32-bit run on 64-bit system?

    You can usually do what you're suggesting without trouble, but if you have 64 bit hardware it's best to use 64 bit software - using 32 bit software is like putting a perfomance cap on your machine;...
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