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    Re: Really Old Computer. What To Do?

    I've tried DSL and Puppy, but they just weren't small or easy enough.

    Then I tried TinyCoreLinux, and it was an eye opener. I didn't know you could make such a small distro so elagant and smooth....
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    Re: Why buy solid state drives?

    andrewabc speaketh the truth.
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    Re: Building a Gaming Computer for the first time

    You should be aware that there is a big performance difference between the 128 GB and the 256 GB version of the Crucial RealSSD C300. The 256 GB version performs much better, but it's also much more...
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    Re: Is there any Java expert here?

    I'm just finishing up my first semester studying software development. We've been using this book for our basic introduction to Java, and programming as a whole: ...
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    Re: problem when wine insalled?

    Try running this is a terminal:

    winecfg
    And just choose ok.
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    Re: World of Warcraft

    Intel, Nvidia, ATI?
  7. Re: Howto: WOW with Wine (help.ubuntu.com/community/WorldofWarcraft)

    Intel's Linux driver just isn't up for the job. It's a sorry state of affairs, but it's the truth.

    Best advice I can give your is: Next time you invest in a PC, that you want to play 3D games on,...
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    Poll: Re: BTRFS or EXT4 for desktop

    But even then, what is the benefit of Btrfs over EXT4?
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    Re: WoW is slow as snails! help!

    This one takes the award for the most unholy necromancy EVER! :twisted:
  10. Re: Howto: WOW with Wine (help.ubuntu.com/community/WorldofWarcraft)

    I have nothing new to add, but I saw a lot of out-of-date info in the audio section, so I cut it quite a bit. I also moved it to the troubleshooting section, because most users should not have to do...
  11. Re: Howto: WOW with Wine (help.ubuntu.com/community/WorldofWarcraft)

    @aaricus
    I just decided that the text on "OpenGL or Direct3D" was needlessly convoluted. So I just cut it down significantly.

    EDIT: I also proceeded to do some small general cleanup of the guide....
  12. Re: Steve Jobs: "Google Android isnít really that open"

    If you value functionality over openness in your tech products, then you're like me. I own a iPhone too :P (hur hur)

    Is it so hard to read Google's own FAQ?
    http://source.android.com/faqs.html
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  13. Re: Steve Jobs: "Google Android isnít really that open"

    I think some people are still missing the point of this tread and Jobs comment.

    Google is saying that Android is open, only it's not (even though they do open source code dumps from time to time),...
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    Re: OS X market share at 20.7% in the US?

    qff
  15. Re: Steve Jobs: "Google Android isnít really that open"

    Apple never claimed that iOS was an open platform. Google however claims that Android is.

    We have pretty firmly established that Android is indeed open source, but this is far from enough to call...
  16. Re: Steve Jobs: "Google Android isnít really that open"

    See my last post. Your definition of open may be good enough for you, but it is not good enough for most open source developers. Think of the reasons for the Libre Office fork.
  17. Re: Steve Jobs: "Google Android isnít really that open"

    I'm glad we agree, because that's exactly what I'm saying :)

    Android is open source. But it's not an open source project.

    Often when people complain about a piece of software being too...
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    Re: Double your framerate in WoW under Wine

    Holy Necromancy!
  19. Re: Steve Jobs: "Google Android isnít really that open"

    All Android development is done in a very closed manor inside Google. Sure Google releases the source code once they're finished with a version, but the development itself is completely closed off...
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    Re: Games are coded in...?

    Worth stressing.

    Basically: if it's a small game that's going to be run on PCs, then you may use any language that you are familiar/confortable with.

    C++ is only a must, for big commercial...
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    Poll: Re: Will you buy Starcraft 2?

    There are some people in the tread who are seated on a pretty high horse.

    Regular people don't care about EULAs and DRM, as long as the product works. Please see Facebook, Steam, and the iPhone as...
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    Poll: Re: Will you buy Starcraft 2?

    LAN is a nice to have, not need to have. You wont miss LAN, because battle.net works great.

    The 3 different campaigns will be as huge as whole games usually are each. So you'll be paying as much...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wine Block install???

    In Linux all executable files (this means programs or applications in lay-mans terms) need to have permission to be executed (or run as you would call it in lay-mans language).

    You can give this...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wine Block install???

    Can you please post the exact message you get from Wine. Maybe a copy/paste from the terminal or a screenshot?
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    Poll: Re: Will you buy Starcraft 2?

    I will play SC2 any way I can, because everything Blizzard touches is awesome. And I like awesome games.
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