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    Re: Cafe so slooow!

    I still lurk on occasion but haven't had much to say. This is the natural progression of forums in my experience. One could speculate forever to the whys but it's agility, development, and "Linux...
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    Re: Ubuntu phone OS

    So just curious, but does anyone close to ubuntu phone OS know if their implementing it in such a way that people wouldn't void their warranty on their current android device?
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    Re: What Are You Doing For The End Of the World?

    http://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/560736_10151214301334021_2059839630_n.jpg
  4. Re: Now that the Unity hate has cooled down, how do you feel about the WM?

    Wasn't a fan, still not a fan. To each his/her own.
  5. Re: What do you think about Ubuntu's Networking readiness?

    I've seen/supported ubuntu servers pushing 10Gbit/sec. I think a better question is, is your network ready for Ubuntu? :popcorn:

    Have you researched CIFS rather than smbfs?
  6. Thread: Eagle mode.

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    Re: Eagle mode.

    This has been around for a while now but it looks like it has better media support. Cool to see this project still alive and kicking.
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    Re: Is This the World We Created?

    :ks

    Add to that fact that a chat room and messaging list full of developers is just that. Users do a great deal of the brunt of spreading the word, and helping people. On Forum and off! If you...
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    Re: Monthly Ubuntu Releases Proposed

    :) That was intended to be a joke.):P
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Script helped needed to kill one app then launch another

    Something like this might get you there. Debugging needed:



    #!/bin/bash

    PROGRAM1=”/usr/bin/boxee”
    PROGRAM2="/usr/bin/xbmc"

    APPCHK=$(ps aux | grep -c $PROGRAM1)
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    Re: Monthly Ubuntu Releases Proposed

    ... They're going to run out of letters for codenames in a real hurry...

    I'm not completely against the idea. I think ubuntu has released a lot of cookie dough and made strategic decisions based...
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    Re: Synaptic going away in 11.10?

    there are plenty of reasons to use synaptic, like marking some things for upgrade, removal, and install in a single action, isolating some dependencies, grabbing other dependencies, all before the...
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    Re: Synaptic going away in 11.10?

    Thanks for all the replies. I will check when I get home from work. Admittedly I haven't checked it in 11.04, it was a previous version, and I didn't see this functionality
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    Re: Synaptic going away in 11.10?

    What mechanism is there in ubuntu other than synaptic to select repository mirrors for packages, including the built in latency selector? I've yet to find anything in software center to replicate...
  14. Re: Will Ubuntu be the first distro to eliminate the command line?

    Eliminating the command line from linux is like eliminating the GUI from windows, which has only ever been done in windows server core and its usage is incredibly limited and incredibly sparse. I am...
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    Synaptic going away in 11.10?

    Is this a really bad and horribly belated April fools joke? (emphasis on joke)

    http://techie-buzz.com/foss/synaptics-removed-ubuntu-11-10.html
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    Re: Why the Linux hate?

    OP, If they don't like linux, maybe its because they lack any professional experience with it on par with their current exposure to OSes.

    A few weeks ago I spend 2 days with a pretty senior...
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    Re: Virtualization workstation?

    Bandit oversimplifies, or I overcomplicate...

    It sounds like you want a bare metal hypervisor (Virtualize BOTH operating systems)... Going this route with bare metal virtualization (no HOST OS...
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    Re: Unity being ported to OpenSUSE

    It is widely hated. However, it only takes one person to like it enough to port it. Thats the beauty of open source.
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    Re: Steve Ballmer Announces Windows 8 For 2012

    Its interesting to me to see how the corporate world responds to Microsoft adopting a much more aggressive release cycle. a few hundred or even thousand machines are one thing, but if you work in an...
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    Re: The ultimate .bashrc

    I've tried zsh. Its ok, but certainly not the end-all of shells.

    tcsh with vi integration is what I always go back to. It can interpret direct and variants of bsh and csh shells, can do...
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    Re: DD-WRT (Full Review)

    :KS:KS:KS
    Cool, thanks! It was written for just that intended audience. This was my first stab at it so its pretty easy to think about doing this in the terms of someone who hasn't done it before....
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    Re: DD-WRT as a NAS/media server (Full Review)

    Thanks man! It was a fun little project that I got a lot out of and I thought other people may be interested. There is still so much stuff out there, this barely scratches it. :)
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    DD-WRT as a NAS/media server (Full Review)

    Just wrote a review up on my personal page about my first dive into dd-wrt. Quite amazing stuff. I realize its been around a while, but I thought I would share it here. it's quite wordy, but...
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    Re: building a pc with liquid nitrogen cooling?

    a company called Cryotech was doing this in the late 90's. Was able to get an AMD K6-2 500 Mhz chip reportedly computing at 1ghz with factory clocking and stepping.
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    Its equally amazing how just as quickly a company will tell someone "no" and they'll assume it means 20 other things...

    If you said the issue is an imagined issue, your head is thoroughly in the...
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