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  1. Re: computer powers off every night on it's own

    Sounds like its gonna be some sort of bios setting.
  2. [lubuntu] Re: software for adding subtitles to Mac-made .mov video

    if you use vlc player, you can soft-sub really easily.

    I know you can simply name a file the same as the video you are watching for example,

    tron.mkv (name of video file) tron.srt (name of...
  3. [SOLVED] Re: First time Ubuntu Installation - Nothing happens?

    Well it is a tricky learning curve dude/dudette, i had a kind of mentor to help me through the first few months or so, at which point i was more than half-tempted to return to the ways of the...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: First time Ubuntu Installation - Nothing happens?

    Lol give it a week or two, guarenteed you'll start to get annoyed.

    We all fall the first time we try to make the jump.

    Trust ;)
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    [ubuntu] Re: no sound through hdmi

    ah fair doos, makes sense, pulseaudio is the other/usual sound server, that allows "hmdi out" to be changeable through sound preferences.

    I'd disabled pulseaudio myself because i do some...
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    [ubuntu] Re: no sound through hdmi

    Had a similar problem on my bros laptop.

    Possible fix...

    Go to sound preferences, then hardware (as i recall), change the scroll-down "profile" list to hdmi out.

    Its under either hardware,...
  7. Re: computer powers off every night on it's own

    Sounds like you have a ghost in the shell dude. ;)
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    Re: Learning materials for Ubuntu?

    You can learn a lot just from looking at the manual pages of each application.

    For instance....

    Not all programs have a man page though in which case, you can usually still acquire a small...
  9. Re: Government can rip into your online life freely and easily now

    P.s the thing with facebook/twitter e.t.c is that you are under no sort of legal obligation, to actually tell the truth about anything.

    As long as you realise this, then you can either decide a)...
  10. Re: Government can rip into your online life freely and easily now

    I suspect logically the best way would be to compromise the ubuntu repository.
    There was fairly recently an article saying how some peripheral servers to the repository ones were breached, can't...
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