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    [ubuntu] Re: 9.04 Upgrade Caused Lost Permissions

    I had that problem, it has to do with the common-auth file in /etc/pam.d
    I'm assuming you had the same set up as mine. Try pasting this into
    /etc/pam.d/common-auth
    NOTE: It will break your...
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    [ubuntu] Re: blackberry curve syncing with 8.10 ?

    You and me both brother!
  3. [ubuntu] Re: HOWTO: functional eye-candy with Avant-Window-Navigator

    Yeah I have all 4 packages, I really hope that this is remedied cuz its a bit annoying to say the least.
  4. [ubuntu] Re: HOWTO: functional eye-candy with Avant-Window-Navigator

    I got a clean install of Ibex and the "stock" AWN that comes with it. I don't seem to be able to find the "notification area" applet in any of the applet packs. Anyone know where I can get that...
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    [ubuntu] Re: ASUS F6V-X1 compatibility.

    If I am going for the Dell, which it seems I am considering the issues with the ASUS :(, I'll be getting the Intel video card since I don't game on PC's and have no need for powerful video card.
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    [ubuntu] Re: ASUS F6V-X1 compatibility.

    Thanks Visit! That did help actually.
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    [ubuntu] Re: ASUS F6V-X1 compatibility.

    *bump* :(
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    [ubuntu] ASUS F6V-X1 compatibility.

    MODS: please move this if appropriate.

    I have scoured the depths of the internets (tubes weren't clogged luckily) and also this forum and cannot find any info. Any and all responses are welcome...
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    Re: Russian schools consider switch to linux

    I frequent a Russian version of bash.org (bash.org.ru for the interested) and there are actually quite a few quotes there along the lines of "I switched the company to Linux and the only complaint I...
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    Re: which car/vehicle do you drive?

    Since someone resurrected this thread I saw my response and am delighted to say that I no longer drive a 98 Century. I switched to a 1.8T Audi A4 Quattro :)
  11. Re: Is making work hardware in linux too difficult ?

    This is a difficult question as there are different levels of working hardware. For instance my Bluetooth adapter is recognized and automatically installed and configured by Ubuntu. However in order...
  12. Re: I'm sorry, but I had to tell a linux fan this...

    Jumper sucked...
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    Re: Microsoft goes open source - almost

    Yeah they will open them up as they opened their new OpenXML standard.....
  14. Re: in the furture, will tiny toutchscreen computers on you coffee cup be necessary .

    Future? I NEED it NOW!!
  15. Re: Car engines squeeze power out of every drop of gas

    Pfft..... I wouldn't even walk to the bathroom if I could. And biking? Better hope I'm not on the road when you do it, or get the hell out of the way QUICKLY. I absolutely hate bikes on city streets,...
  16. Re: Car engines squeeze power out of every drop of gas

    And yet the 350z is slower than a twin turbo 300zx despite both making 300bhp. Another thing that turbo's add is massive torque, just about any turbo charged engine has close to 1:1 torque:power...
  17. Re: Car engines squeeze power out of every drop of gas

    I am not all that impressed with any kind of a 1/4 mile performance. It's very easy to set up any car to run it fast. Hell they got rocket powered dragsters that don't have any driving wheels :)
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  18. Re: Car engines squeeze power out of every drop of gas

    Diesel turbos are somewhat different from gas turbo's, AFAIK they are slower spinning than gasoline engine turbine's. Also very few people would drive a diesel in a performance way (not counting...
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    Every car forum I have ever been to, and every tuner out there says the same thing. I would assume that your driving habbits would make a difference but I hear from just about anyone who deals with...
  20. Re: Car engines squeeze power out of every drop of gas

    Ahh thanks for the explanation, I was operating under the wrong assumption that power output is constant (couldn't figure our where extra power went either). Then yes it makes sense to have a belt...
  21. Re: Car engines squeeze power out of every drop of gas

    ROFL


    The weight does shift backwards when accelerating, however pulling on a slippery surface is better than pushing. Reason for this is that when you are accelerating rotating tires have less...
  22. Re: Car engines squeeze power out of every drop of gas

    I don't think you are right here, the car is making electric power anytime the engine is running. If the car is using all of that power than yes electric superchargers and accessories make very...
  23. Re: Car engines squeeze power out of every drop of gas

    The engine drives a generator anyway regardless of the power consumption so an electric supercharger would not be using any extra engine power. Also if you are into modifying cars the first thing...
  24. Re: Car engines squeeze power out of every drop of gas

    I second that, if it would take me more than 20-30 minutes to drive to work and I would have to deal with traffic I would absolutely hate that. The one great advantage of trains/buses is that even if...
  25. Re: Car engines squeeze power out of every drop of gas

    Not that early in the morning.

    Turbo's tend to spool at certain RPM's, which is fairly reliable. Porsche's were dangerous to drive because the engine on them was over the rear wheels, which made...
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