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    Re: Request for Alternative main-menu

    Excellent work, lzfy.
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    Re: Making Windows More Secure?

    A hardware firewall.
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    Re: It's officialy LIN-UCKS now.

    I didn't realise there was still any uncertainty about how to pronounce Linux.
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    Re: Wow... I think it's finally happened.

    No, they don't (using the first method). After you've set the target to your partition, all programs, games etc. will use that folder and use the settings/profiles/save games within it.
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    Re: Wow... I think it's finally happened.

    Just partition the drive by whatever method you prefer (I'm pretty sure you can do it during XP setup) then just go to the properties for My Documents and select the "Target Folder Location" to...
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    Re: Wow... I think it's finally happened.

    It basically does actually.
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    Poll: Re: Should Linspire Offer CNR for Ubuntu Users?

    I didn't actually call anyone anything, my exact words were "If you fail to see Linus as an authority figure on Linux (the kernel) then you're an idiot." which was intended convey to absurdity/idiocy...
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    Poll: Re: Should Linspire Offer CNR for Ubuntu Users?

    Then what you're referring to is GNU, not Linux. If you fail to see Linus as an authority figure on Linux (the kernel) then you're an idiot. If you're talking about Linux as an OS then fair enough,...
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    Poll: Re: Should Linspire Offer CNR for Ubuntu Users?

    A 65% share, which means he pretty much does own it. That's almost double the share Rupert Murdoch has in News Corporation, for example. It was obvious from the start that Shuttleworth had a...
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    Poll: Re: Should Linspire Offer CNR for Ubuntu Users?

    Well not really, because Linspire charge for CNR for a number of reasons, not simply because of codec licensing. Also, just because you live outside the US doesn't mean you can aquire any codec you...
  11. Thread: H264 Codec

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    Re: H264 Codec

    You mean x264.
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    Poll: Re: Does Stallman and the FSF damage Opensource?

    Eric Raymond is a worthless idiot.
  13. Thread: theora or xvid

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    Re: theora or xvid

    Ah right, well just to clear everything up what I meant was the best quality you could get (in my opinion) is x264, Vorbis and Matroska, best quality whilst allowing playback on...
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    Poll: Re: Should Linspire Offer CNR for Ubuntu Users?

    Double post.
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    Poll: Re: Should Linspire Offer CNR for Ubuntu Users?

    I'm not sure why you're using quotation marks around "commercial interests" as though it's a dirty phrase. You'd have be very niave to believe that Mark Shuttleworth has no commercial interests with...
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    Poll: Re: Should Linspire Offer CNR for Ubuntu Users?

    I would prefer this solution, if it's feasible. Although I still don't believe it justifies the barring of CNR as an option.
  17. Thread: theora or xvid

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    Re: theora or xvid

    mkvtoolnix.



    Also, because I missed this when it was first posted:


    Where did I say that? Matroska is entirely free to my knowledge.
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    Poll: Re: Should Linspire Offer CNR for Ubuntu Users?

    http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=789238&postcount=420
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    Poll: Re: Should Linspire Offer CNR for Ubuntu Users?

    You have an extremely narrow view of what Linux is and who Linux users are. The notion that all Linux users should automatically despise proprietary products, and that open-source is the only...
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    Poll: Re: Should Linspire Offer CNR for Ubuntu Users?

    What's so bad about allowing users greater choice?
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    Poll: Re: Kevin's CNR Poll

    Ha ha! That totally goes against what FOSS is about. I'm almost shocked that someone would say that on a Linux forum. Nevertheless I don't think anyone really has any right to demand developers...
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    Poll: Re: Ubuntu+CNR

    What utter wannabe-elitist garbage.
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    Poll: Re: Kevin's CNR Poll

    As everyone has already commented, it seems like a good way to solve the proprietary codecs issue. I doubt I'd ever use CNR myself though.
  24. Poll: Re: Should Ubuntu/Canonical sponsor Theora development?

    I'm more hopeful of Snow, Tarkin and Dirac than Theora. A high quality and completely free video codec would definitely be a good thing to have though, although I'm not sure what Ubuntu's place...
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    Re: Which audio format is best?

    That really is an incredibly low bitrate.
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