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    Re: Google Chrome Web Browser

    I would say that I'm totaly unsatisfied from Chromium and Chrome. A couple of months ago I had them both. After the latest upgrade, my system started crashing... guess what each time either Chrome or...
  2. [SOLVED] Re: Recovering an Ubuntu installation administrator access

    I used the following link to recover my system.
    http://askubuntu.com/questions/70442/how-do-i-add-myself-back-as-a-sudo-user

    it's strange though that I've got myself into this situation in the...
  3. [SOLVED] Recovering an Ubuntu installation administrator access

    So here's the story. Yesterday I was fooling around with Wireshark and I decided that it is time to stop starting it as a root. So I followed that link:...
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    Re: Mini PC suggestions for Ubuntu

    I would recommend Intel NUC - Next Unit of Computing. it's a small stylish box. There are many variants and different price ranges. It's all Intel, so for a new-comer to Linux it would be quite an...
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    Re: What did you do during Summer Vacation?

    Seems like you've got quite an interesting summer :)
    Mine was a bit dull actually. Fortunately I've had the time to make two short trips to Lisbon and Barcelona. It was nice - but yet again, the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SNMP deamon fails to start

    Bump! Anyone?
    I am not able to find anything on that. It's really frustrating, SNMP configuration in Linux should be... well straight forward. What am I missing?
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    [ubuntu] SNMP deamon fails to start

    I've got this strange issue with SNMP. This is the first time I ever start the SNMP deamon on Linux and from what I've read - it should be a pretty straight forward procedure. So, I've installed the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Strange upgrade dialog

    Thank you ;)
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    [SOLVED] Re: Strange upgrade dialog

    Thank you ThatBum!
    This solved it. Just a quick question on the second command. From the dpkg manual I could see:"Configure a package which has been unpacked but not yet configured. If -a or...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Strange upgrade dialog

    Here's the output:
    @NUC-desktop:~$ cat /etc/lsb-release
    DISTRIB_ID=Ubuntu
    DISTRIB_RELEASE=14.04
    DISTRIB_CODENAME=trusty
    DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS"

    I'll check out the commands...
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    [SOLVED] Strange upgrade dialog

    Have you guys come across this. Since a couple of days my update dialog has change a little bit and I do not know why?
    It offers me a partial upgrade - but than it starts the distribution upgrade...
  12. Re: What is your opinion about Work from Home Jobs ?

    Here my 5 cents...
    I work on two places, one regular job and one side job. There use to be a time when I was having two side jobs.
    The regular job I work from home sometimes. But it's expected...
  13. Re: Professional opinions: Is Ubuntu a good starting point?

    At edX.org there's an Introduction to Linux course that has recently started, it's been delivered in a cooperation with the Linux Foundation. It's free and of the kind of MOOC. I've gone through 3...
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    Re: Laptop/HTPC recommendations

    As far as HTPC is concerned I would recommend Intel's NUC devices. Nice price, slim and compact package, many options - fully compatible with Linux.
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    Re: Laptop/HTPC recommendations

    This Lenovo model looks nice and the price is good ;) Which WiFi chip does your model has?
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    Re: Ubuntu for daily usage and learning.

    I've been using Linux and Ubuntu in general on my home machines on and off since 2009. Since 2012 it's my main desktop OS.
    I use it for general computing, preparing documents for my part time job,...
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    Re: Are you satisfied with your ISP ?

    I would say that I'm in general satisfied with my ISP. I've subscribed about an year ago and there has been only a couple of outages in the connection. I pay for the lowest possible unlimited speed...
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    Re: Thoughts about Utopic Unicorn so far?

    What platform do you use?
    I've upgraded from 13.10 on my IntelNUC machine and it has been flawless so far. there's only one minor bug concerning my smart card reader... but this bug was around in...
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    Re: Trouble loading webpages

    Do you use any proxy in your network?
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    Re: Linux-friendly USB headphones and microphone

    I've just got my Logitech H390. It turned out that H340 wasn't available at the retailer, so i've opted for the more advanced model.
    H390 works out of the box I've just tested it. That's nice......
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    Re: wlan0 missing in console after update

    Amazing... sorry to interrupt, but I just wanted to point out the elegance of lspci -nnk | grep -iA2 net
    Thank you Varun, It's always good to learn something neat :)

    To me, if wlan0 is no...
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    Re: Linux-friendly USB headphones and microphone

    I've just ordered one. I shall receive it in the next couple of days. I'm interested to see whether it will work out of the box.
    it's strange that once you mentioned it... I'm also using a Logitech...
  23. Re: Getting Broadcom BC4313 Wi-Fi to work on Ubuntu 12.04 without slowing internet fo

    I have had similar issues with an old Dell laptop with BC4312 chip. Yours is I guess the next chip in the line. I've experimented with different drivers. I finally settled with the official driver...
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    Linux-friendly USB headphones and microphone

    I'm using a small form factor computer that does not have standard 1.5 inch jacks... And frankly I didn't even though about this when I was buying it, I was so much fascinated by the idea of having...
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    Re: Feedback on 14.04 LTS

    I've done a system upgrade from 13.10 to 14.04... It took my system about an hour with the all downloads. So far everything looks good. I'm using IntelNUC DC32171YE with 8GB RAM and 128GB SSD.
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