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    Poll: Re: Which brace style do you prefer?

    The type that itches the least.

    "See y'all at the debates, bitches." -- Paris Hilton
  2. [ubuntu] Re: New Kernel added in Menu.ls - Help Needed!

    Er, you DO notice, right, that -14 replaced -15, and NOT the other wat around (at least per yours screens). I'd be darned slow removing the last kernel added to GRUB!

    Did you do an upgrade which...
  3. Thread: Similarities

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    [ubuntu] Re: Similarities

    I believe OS X *IS* Linux(/Unix), or something very close, is it not? I believe it's basically Linux (OK, Unix) of some sort, using the famed, doomed 'Mach' micro-kernel Jobs brought home from his...
  4. Poll: Re: How many Computers do you have and what OS is on each one ?

    Actually, Arch has a good reputation working with Apple gear. YMMV; I have no personal experience, but so I've heard.
  5. Poll: Re: How many Computers do you have and what OS is on each one ?

    AMD64 3500+: Dual-Boot Ubuntu and Arch.

    POS AMD/350: Evil Win98SE2.1a printer/scanner server which collects evil electronic items produced by evil electronics companies who never made drivers...
  6. Re: 10 reasons why you use Ubuntu instead of Vista?

    Only need one: DRM.
  7. Re: HOWTO: Tweak your ext3 filesystem for a performance boost

    Suggestion: LEAVE WELL ENOUGH ALONE, LOL!

    If you check, you'll see the UUID ("9eb9...") is the same UUID as your /dev/sda1 (barring any possible recent disk maintenance). See /dev/sda1 commented...
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    Poll: Re: Call for banning MONO

    Not sure a lawyer would call IP violations against one of the largest and wealthiest (and lawyer-laden) firms in existence, "minor details"...the Devil really IS in those details.

    Not that I'm...
  9. Re: HOWTO:Nvidia AGP FastWrites and Side Band Addressing

    Hi! Hoping this thread is still open.

    I run Arch Linux. This distro doesn't have an /etc/modprobe.d directory, much less anything in it. Were would I place the options that ubuntu users place in...
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