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    [SOLVED] Re: Cannot suspend or hibernate Asus N61J Laptop

    This worked like a charm under *buntu 10.x and 11.x, but no longer seems to work on 12.x. It even worked on my Arch Linux install. It's really very annoying, as I'm going to have to spend a great...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Default font settings?

    Well, the problem seems to have worked itself out. Not sure how it happened, and not sure how it got fixed either. Took 3 reboots, and finally everything looked OK. Not the droids I was looking...
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    [kubuntu] Default font settings?

    I somehow made my fonts look wretched - not even sure how. I've since enabled antialiasing and it made things look... better. Still not back to what it was though.

    Can anyone tell me what the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Cannot suspend or hibernate Asus N61J Laptop

    /bump

    Just added this script to my system and it works perfectly! Thanks so much.

    Asus K52
    Kubuntu 10.10
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    [other] Re: In 2010 is 64 bit the way to go?

    Thank you. It does seem like I'll be able to do what I want then.

    I've been looking for an excuse to get back into the *NIX world. It's been about 10 years since I've done much. Went from...
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    [other] In 2010 is 64 bit the way to go?

    Most of my Googling of 64 bit vs 32 bit Ubuntu hasn't turned up much that isn't 2+ years old. Is this an indicator that 64 bit is the preferable OS to install now? Are the kinks worked out?
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