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    [all variants] Re: Please! Partition Table messed up!!

    Thank you very much for your help, yes, I'm able to boot Windows perfectly, I just installed Ubuntu in space of the old extended partition and then grub did the trick(I could've just install the...
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    [all variants] Re: Please! Partition Table messed up!!

    Thanks you, I'm happy too. I guess fdisk could delete it because it only actually deletes it from the MBR, the partition is left untouched (I'm just guessing). Actually, I thought about what my mom...
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    [all variants] Re: Please! Partition Table messed up!!

    Thank you so much!!

    However, I already solved it, since I didn't care about the partitions on the extended one (because they were quite fresh, every bit of important information was on the Windows...
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    [all variants] Re: Please! Partition Table messed up!!

    Oh, I already see part of (hpoefully the whole) the problem (but I don't know how to fix it), two of my partitions there end on cylinder +1 the end of the physical hard drive, I guess if I could...
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    [all variants] Re: Please! Partition Table messed up!!

    This is the output from fdisk


    root@ubuntu:~# fdisk -l

    Disk /dev/sda: 250.1 GB, 250059350016 bytes
    255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 30401 cylinders
    Units = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280...
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    [all variants] Please! Partition Table messed up!!

    Here's the thing: I can't boot, I just got a grub rescue screen, which is completely useless.

    From my Ubuntu LiveUSB I can perfectly access my NTFS partition (this is yhe only one I care for), so...
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    Re: Ban The User Above You.

    Banned for not realizing Richard Stallman loves to ban projects/people from the FOSS Community
  8. [ubuntu_studio] Re: Trouble getting JACK to work in UbuntuStudio 10.04

    This isn't true anymore, you can make jack work with pulse-audio.
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    Re: ¿Como se ve tu Escritorio? - Jaunty Jackalope

    Es porque las aplicaciones que usan XEmbed (casi todos, o todos, los reproductores de video por ejemplo) no funcionan con el soporte ARGB. Agrego que Tomás dijo que quizás no tenga solución.
  10. Re: Palm Pre. True iPhone competitor, running Linux :-)

    Andoid it's a pretty mix bag of good, even and bad. It has many advantages, but the UI it's too rudimentary (except for the new amazing custom UI on the Touch). I wouldn't change my iPod Touch OS for...
  11. Re: Palm Pre. True iPhone competitor, running Linux :-)

    The Palm Pre doesn't feel cheap, it feels on par with it's price, also, it isn't laggy... even more if you're considering its multitasking capabilities.



    Your first affirmation directly...
  12. Re: Palm Pre. True iPhone competitor, running Linux :-)

    Wrong.



    If you want to play games you should by a PSP or a DSi, however, even if the current SDK doesn't support hardware access, that doesn't mean the Pre isn't capable of (there's a PSX...
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    Re: e17 - release schedule (no joking!)

    Hahaha! OMG!

    The first post was great too.

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    I really hope it happens, it would be great for the project, maybe some distros could use it (maybe "Eubuntu" as an official release). Also,...
  14. Re: A better newsgroup reader/ binary downloader

    What about KNode?
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    Re: Kontacts: Calendar Overview

    Thanks :-) and yes, Kontact it's really lightweight and full featured, is a great suite.



    Mmm. I don't use Google Calendars so I dunno. Thunderbird is good too, but I don't like XUL...
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    Re: RIP OpenMoko

    Sad news. But it's their fault. Year after year they didn't make anything usable. However, I really hope illume can be used somewhere else.
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    Poll: Re: Why I think Ubuntu is failing

    It's nice to know you aren't a liar :-P (Still irrelevant tough).



    It isn't my problem actually. And, Blender isn't there by default, is it? Neither it seems like a new user is going to click...
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    Poll: Re: Why I think Ubuntu is failing

    What? That's absolute non-sense. I don't care if you're, in fact, saying the truth or not, but it's irrelevant, since regardless of Microsoft approach, giving basic functionality out of the box is...
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    Poll: Re: Why I think Ubuntu is failing

    Yes it is. At least on every single machine I have ever seen with Windows XP and Vista.



    You did.



    I'm not comparing the relation price-quality, I'm just objectively analyzing the...
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    Poll: Re: Why I think Ubuntu is failing

    Pardon me? They do include a usable video/audio editor. Please specify the "etc".

    The guys here at the forum and the devs would welcome constructive criticism if you made some good points or...
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    Poll: Re: Why I think Ubuntu is failing

    If the rt kernel was part of the "normal" kernel they would have to develop their drivers according to it.
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    Poll: Re: Why I think Ubuntu is failing

    It mostly brakes proprietary drivers (I bet you can guess... yes, the ATI Driver!), it also affects the NVidia driver, but there are workarounds for this one.
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    Poll: Re: Why I think Ubuntu is failing

    Fine, perhaps I phrased the wrong way. Jack without a -rt kernel runs, but it's sucks and it's pretty much useless. I don't know what your friend did, maybe Arch includes -rt by default, since it...
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    Kontacts: Calendar Overview

    An article covering the KOrganizer KPart of Kontact (KDE 4.3 svn), full of screenshots, with some critics to the interface, and some cheers too:

    Kontact: Calendar Overview

    Hope you like it.
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    Poll: Re: Why I think Ubuntu is failing

    Not an argument.



    It gives problems with certain drivers. I'm aware of. The point, is that, in fact, the -rt shouldn't even exist, it should be part of the main tree, because it isn't, is why...
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