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  1. Re: How to create a USB flash drive without the spyware?

    You can try another version that doesn't include the spyware, like Lubuntu, Xubuntu or Ubuntu Gnome Remix, or you can switch to Linux Mint (which is 99% Ubuntu, too, under the hood).

    Or you can...
  2. Re: how to burn DVD with multiple insallatin iso's and other supporting data

    you might be able to do something similar with USB sticks and Unetbootin, as described here:

    http://tazbuntu.blogspot.de/2009/05/multibootin-with-unetbootin.html
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    [ubuntu] Re: Opera Unintall?

    It's a common deb package, so ... Ubuntu Software Center ? Synaptic ? apt-get remove ?
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    Re: Upgrade from 12.10 to 13.04

    Running Lubuntu 13.04, very smooth, too ... seems like 13.04 will be one of the good Ubuntu realeases :)
  5. Re: Opera Is Dead, Desktop Browser Replaced with Chromium, WebKit on Mobile

    Think that's good news, actually. Opera may have a good HTML / Javascript engine but honestly, nobody out on the web cares about Opera, so there are always compatibility issues. Switching to Webkit /...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: Hold a design competition for Ubuntu's interface

    didn't they do that when they introduced Unity ? think to remember there were even some "experts" hired for the job ...

    the good thing is there are so many alternatives: KDE (Kubuntu), XFCE...
  7. [all variants] Re: Very Lightweight version of Ubuntu or any Linux System?

    Have a look at Puppy Linux or DSL
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    Re: Just a random feeling about Linux

    Most of all, it's a matter of mindset.

    It's like learning a new language, if you still think in your native tongue and then translate, it will always feel sluggish and inadequate. You have to...
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    Re: Xubuntu vs Lubuntu. Chapter 2.

    Until last week I would have said XFCE, too, but I revisited Lubuntu and it has improved a lot since I tried it last 2 years ago. Right now Lubuntu seems to be more snappy and I prefer PcManFM over...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Lubuntu does not use all of my RAM

    had a similar issue with my Asus 1215N when I upgraded from 2 to 3 GB RAM - I had to do a BIOS update so the additional RAM would be recongnized at all. if it's not that, probably the "missing" RAM...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Pidgin purple icon in notification area

    Some use a silly purple penguin, too ;) But Christoph's right, just try some of the icon themes and sooner or later you'll run into one showing correct status icons
  12. Re: which OS system is better for my pc mith 1GB ram and 80GB hard-disk....?????

    assuming you want something Ubuntu / Debian based, I'd say (in this order):
    - www.crunchbanglinux.org
    - Xubuntu
    - Lubuntu

    if none of these run neatly, you can still go for Puppy
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    [SOLVED] Re: Pidgin purple icon in notification area

    having the same "issue" here ... think he just wants the standard (as in not purple) icons back - maybe could try another icon theme (appearance settings) ?
  14. [xubuntu] Re: Too slow (only 256 MB of RAM, 500 MHz processor)

    Unfortunately Xubuntu is pretty heavy on RAM, so with only 256M available you should definitely go for LXDE (there's a RC out for Mint9), Fluxbox (Mint 8 CE) or Openbox (#! based on Ubuntu 9.04). All...
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    Re: Why I have to go back to the dark side.

    that's the way it goes, sometimes ... np with going back to "the dark side" if things don't work out for you right now, just promise to come back and try again in a year or two ;)

    might take some...
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    [SOLVED] Re: lightweight in my computer

    there's always a tradeoff between lightness and comfort - here's a list, starting with ultra-light / no comfort and stopping with comfortable but heavyweight

    nothing:
    simple xterm

    standalone...
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    Re: Favorite retro OS

    Amiga Kickstart ... not sure if that could be considered an OS (was only starting floppy disks), but it sure was simple ;)
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    Re: Second Life installation

    just extract the .tar.bz2 archive (doubleclick should open it), then run install.sh ("sudo ./install.sh"). you could also use snowglobe, which is in the playdeb.net repos, but it's still the 1.x...
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    Re: Opera 10.60 Final!

    Used to be a big Opera fan, so I tried the new version immediately.

    Unfortunately I must say, Opera is still not on par with Firefox or Chrome. It's good to be fast, but speed is not everything....
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    Re: Google Chrome vs Firefox

    Chrome is ALMOST on par with Firefox, but most of the time I still prefer Firefox. Why ?


    UI is more compact (not out of the box but using "Classic Compact Theme" and "Compact Menu" addons)
    ...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Lubuntu questions

    Running Mint9 LXDE here (which is also based on Lucid and 100% compatible) and have none of these problems, besides it has Flash in the standard installation. (And it has much better looks, too, at...
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    [all variants] Re: firefox bookmarks

    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090717161700AAGtP3l

    Should do the trick ...
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    Re: KDE for windows

    Is it even possible to use KDE as complete Windows Desktop / Shell replacement ? Thought KDE4Win only supports running (some) apps ?!? BTW, if you're looking for a Windows Shell replacememt, I can...
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