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  1. Re: Howto: Install and use projectM music visualizer with pulseaudio support on Hard

    Oh, I'm sorry. Thanks a lot for posting that, but I need a 32-bit version. THanks again.

    EDIT: I did some searching, and finally got it to compile (rev. 1199).
  2. Re: Howto: Install and use projectM music visualizer with pulseaudio support on Hard

    Can someone please post a newer .deb? I installed the one posted previously, and it works, however, Synaptic keeps trying to upgrade my libs to 1.2.0-1 rather than 1.2, which breaks the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Looking for a music player

    Wow, thanks for the replies everyone! They're very appreciated.

    A quick breakdown concerning some of the suggestions:

    I've tried Songbird in the past and uninstalled it because I didn't like...
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    [ubuntu] Looking for a music player

    Hey everyone. If this isn't the best place for this thread, please move it for me. Thanks.

    I've been using Ubuntu on-and-off since Hoary (dual-booting with Windows), and in that time, I have yet...
  5. Re: Howto: Simple upgrade to Hardy's developing kernel - 2.6.24

    Thanks! This fixed a problem I was having with my MTP media player.
  6. Re: Howto: Open Sound System in ubuntu feisty

    When I do this all of my system sounds refuse to play. Is there a way to fix that?
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    Poll: Re: Master Kernel Thread

    Well, for starters, I've made custom modifications to my current kernel that haven't been made to the feisty kernels. Also, I'm having other problems that (for some unknown reason) prevent me from...
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    Poll: Re: Master Kernel Thread

    Before upgrading to Feisty I had my own custom kernel (built in Edgy) that suits my needs quite well. I want to import this config into a new build of kernel version 2.6.21.1, but I'm afraid of...
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    Re: HOWTO: Separate Xgl/Compiz Session

    First off, great tutorial!

    When I first followed the instructions, everything worked fine. I originally tried to add the commands "cgwd" and "compiz --replace gconf" to my Session > Startup...
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    Re: Thinking of going back to Windows

    yes, I totally agree with both of those points.

    As for the "locked into hardware" remark. This is a good point because of drivers. I mean, it'll just "work" without too much hassle. But, for an...
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    Re: Thinking of going back to Windows

    Well, I guess sorry for the OSX remark. I wasn't insulting the security. For the sudo usage, that pretty good. I was talking more over-all. I've used OSX enough to get a feel for it, and I just...
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    Re: Thinking of going back to Windows

    Wow, you must really suck with computers. I'm new to Linux, and I can get Ubuntu to do everything I need (I'm an engineer doing simulations and calculations, so no, not just browsing the net). The...
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    Re: Linux (Ubuntu) for engineers...

    yeah, that is one thing missing. I haven't been able to find a decent Autodesk Inventor or Solidworks clone yet. Until then, I'll just dual-boot and use the real things in Windows.
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    Re: Linux (Ubuntu) for engineers...

    My university uses a program called Mentor Graphics in our Unix labs. Does anyone have any experience running this in Ubuntu? It's circuit design/simulation software. I've tried out a few, and the...
  15. Re: cad software similar to autodesk inventor?

    I'm gonna bump this because I'm curious too.

    Also, Autodesk Inventor is not a normal CAD program like the ones that are being suggested (tried out qcad, pretty nice). Inventor is all 3D and...
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