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    Re: Why hate on Apple?

    Gonna do a late post on the topic cause I didn't see anyone bring it up.
    Why hate?
    Fan(atic)boys/media adulation.

    Neither are real reasons to hate apple the company or it's products. Never the...
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    [all variants] Re: Bit perfect audio

    well, unless i'm totally mistaken --- the volume 'step' is how much the volume will change each time its asked - in the first case the step would be like .78, and just a guess, but the graphical...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Missing an opportunity?

    hey whell just saw your post,

    first off I'd make sure that user 'mpd' can read your files (or just comment the user var out and retry, running as someone who definitely can).

    Second have you...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Running multiple computers together?

    I guess you /could/ but its a more comlicated setup (sharing the binaries).

    That microwulf setup is a beowulf cluster, it's just a neat (&cheap) setup. I gonna just guess here, but if your going...
  5. [lubuntu] Re: can't pcmanfm show first page of file as icon ?

    i dunno soz bibol
    http://ubuntuforums.org/picture.php?albumid=921&pictureid=8387

    can you see it? its a bad pdf for example -- just only on there at the time --- but point being that patch is...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Missing an opportunity?

    I'm gonna just double post on myself....

    ignorable - but has to to with the nature of mpd/audiophile desires.
    I've been thinking about lossless mpd, over lan in general.
    Personally i have been...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Missing an opportunity?

    yea, in the mpdconf you would use "" around the whole path anyway - it will deal with the spaces fine. ie "/media/GoFlex Free Agent/"
    And its nice the drive mounts to a logical spot each time (i'm...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Non-executable memory

    nice.

    pae is just kind of a hack (but preformance of non pae vs pae kernels is negligible with the amount of ram consumers normally use).
    64bit systems run faster (though it depends what software...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: grep returns odd results based on EOL

    worth nothing - it is the '^M' character that is boofing you up.
    Open testing2 in vi to it plainly.
    You can use sed to convert the ctrlM's to /r or /n or whatever you want.
    also worth noting -...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Non-executable memory

    well, im gonna guess that you already tried to use the ubuntu helper app they refer to on that page. (its ubuntu specific as far as i know):

    /usr/bin/check-bios-nx --verbose

    useful info would...
  11. [SOLVED] Re: messed up iwlagn with modprobe command - how to undo?

    all i have to say to the two of you is :P

    some reason this isn't the same thing?


    but to kevdog - i think he's trying to disable wireless N because iwlagn aka iwlwifi (as it's part of in newer...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: distributed whole house audio - alsa problems

    I wrote a reply, then i reread your last post a realized the word different.


    Was going to say i would try also (have a 5.1 card and 2 amps, so actually half what you'r trying)... But I don't...
  13. [lubuntu] Re: can't pcmanfm show first page of file as icon ?

    hey pcmanfm doesn't support this by default (last time I tried at least).
    there is a patch that works though :
    http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&aid=3424000&group_id=156956&atid=801866...
  14. [SOLVED] Re: messed up iwlagn with modprobe command - how to undo?

    in a terminal : sudo nano /etc/modprobe.d/iwlagn.conf

    change those "l"'s to ones. (El's aka L's) i dunno what font you use but sometimes its really hard to see the difference.


    ___EDIT
    hey i...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Running multiple computers together?

    In a beowulf cluster they should at least all be the same arch--- all x86 or all sparc or all ppc, etc. Not totally mandatory, but....

    Anyways I'm guessing you have a couple old pcs that you want...
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    Re: Most Stable Linux

    Already answered, but my vote is this way:
    Stable & easy: Debian
    Stable & simple: Slackware

    Both are based around stable packages. slack even more so, it's like, 1st rule of slack: if you can't...
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    [ubuntu] Re: how to output recorded sound?

    kk using pulse audio?

    pactl load-module module-loopback
    that should enable 'line in' monitoring

    ___edit___
    me and my arrow.. i mean buddy.. used to record digitally, but I haven't done it in...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Missing an opportunity?

    sure. i do not know who told you such a thing, but mpd absolutly has no trouble with an external drive.
    First off just for reference http://linux.die.net/man/5/mpd.conf . I only add that becase the...
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    Re: Nerve Damage and the Use of Ubuntu

    hey, I just want to add a couple of things here, but I am no expert on speech to text software.

    There is another open source project called julius that is similar to sphinx. Currently (or recently...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Missing an opportunity?

    no no, i get you. I agree with your perspective.
    But I did add that if you(or anyone) where going to build a audio distro... including mpd preconfigured would be a cinch. What I mean by transparent...
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    [ubuntu] Re: how can i make a timer script?

    yea grilled cheese over here xD ima switch it up, i like the way cheese toastie sounds
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to make my script unattended?

    apt-get takes a -y option that will do it.

    also for commands that dont have it build in you can check out a command called 'yes'
  23. [ubuntu] Re: distributed whole house audio - alsa problems

    honestly can't help you, i had never thought about even trying that before (8 channel analog -> 4 identical stereo). /etc/asound.conf is where alsa will look for your config (or ~/.asoundrc), but it...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Missing an opportunity?

    soz whell, was just mostly joking around (it really isn't too bad though). I'm a fanatic for mpd. Gmpc does make it easy to use mpd though (no need to make a config it will do it on the fly). mpd...
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    [ubuntu] Re: how can i make a timer script?

    the sleep command will do it just fine.
    check man sleep, it will take minutes, hours, and default seconds.

    sleep $1; notify-send "Hey check the toaster buddy!"; ogg123 SCREAM.ogg

    would be...
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