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    Re: Long connection time for Mumble

    Well, problem gone after upgrading to 13.10.
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    Re: Long connection time for Mumble

    This doesn't work for me, I always had host defined, tried both hostname and IP.

    This works without any problem in Windows (unortunatelly), connects directly with UDP. In Kubuntu, it takes about a...
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    Long connection time for Mumble

    I have a minor annoyance with Mumble and the connection. Mumble tries to use UDP connection, but it fails the first time. If I get connected the first time, I got into TCP mode first, and then after...
  4. [other] Configuring G-buttons on ex. Gigabyte Osmium Aivia keyboard

    As I have the same problem as this guy: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=151852 I will add more info and hopefully someone know what do to.

    What I mainly need is -something- that can use...
  5. Re: Counter Strike Source loads but no menu appears!?

    I have the same thing happening on CS1.6, it worked fine until 21st august or something. Maybe an update killed something, I'm really not sure. But I am looking around for an answer.. none yet.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Keyboard not working in login screen

    I have the same problem here with a laptop, sometimes it work, sometimes not, and only a reboot (restarting X doesn't work) does solve the problem. The laptop uses kubuntu. I wonder if it could be...
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    Re: HOWTO: Install (G)FCEUX 2.0 NES emulator

    And how did you solve it?
  8. Re: HOWTO: Tweak your ext3 filesystem for a performance boost

    Convert your drive to ext3.
  9. Re: HOWTO: Tweak your ext3 filesystem for a performance boost

    Ohh, this worked nice. And I'm was following the HowTo.

    Here is my setup, since I run more than 1 partitition.

    For the root-partitition options in fstab, it's enough with this line:
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