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    Re: Linux and the but and if question

    I record music. Strange as it sounds, Linux still works well for me. That's because there's always Audacity. Yes, Audacity does work well on Linux, and it's just what I need. Oh, yeah, and it's FREE.
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    Re: Simpler Installs in Ubuntu?

    Here's my advice:

    Personally, alpha testing Lucid since A1, I have to say it looks like Karmic, but fixes most of the flaws. PulseAudio is by far the most harrowing audio utility out there, I...
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    Poll: Re: Challange: Speed up Ubuntu 8/9.xx booting

    Currently running Lucid Lynx, I have noticed less than a 10 second boot time.
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    Re: Robots

    Of course, we could always have dummies connected to a "control center" wirelessly, and sort of "remote controlled" by one person. Technically, this will be enough to allow cheap machine-run labor.
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    Re: Simpler Installs in Ubuntu?

    There is the Ubuntu Software Center, which is a more detailed Synaptic that's easier to interpret. It currently replaces the "Applications > Add/Remove" window in Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala, and is...
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    Re: Robots

    Considering a current CPU is clocked at 3 GHz and hard drive currently holding 2 TB of data, it would take a lot to reach the status of the human brain at 1,000,000.....,000 (10 billion zeros) GHz...
  7. I am having trouble using the "cat" command recursively

    How is it possible to concatenate files recursively into a disk image? I know the cat command won't do it. Is there another thing that will? I want to know.
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    Re: Linux made me smile today...

    As far as I'm concerned, I have some hardware (iPods, anyone?) that doesn't work that well with Linux. However, I still am able to record music on Linux (with Audacity).
  9. Re: Man faces 20 yers in prison for selling hacked cabled modems...

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=8750563&postcount=9
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    Re: thoughts on google and open source.

    Well, here's the list of open source projects Google has in place:

    http://code.google.com/hosting/projects.html

    In this list, you'll find two operating systems, a browser, and Google Data, not...
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    Re: Is Google's Chrome OS Good for Linux?

    Chrome OS may, by itself, not be that feature-rich. However, what if somebody edited the "build_chrome.sh" script to take advantage of JHBuild instead of Make to build code, not to mention building...
  12. Re: Man faces 20 yers in prison for selling hacked cabled modems...

    Agreed. Copyright is only for the purpose of hacking law in order to get rich. It does nothing more than promote people's selfish deeds legally. Unless you are murdering or assaulting someone, there...
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    Re: iPad - Megathread incoming

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1394530
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    Re: GNU Hurd, when will it come out?

    GNU Hurd is even older than Linux, for one. Two, it already came out - in the 1980's! Three, it does not have good hardware support - at all!

    GNU Hurd != new kernel. GNU Hurd == OLDER than Linux.
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    Poll: Re: Ext4: How do you feel?

    Considering I have downloaded a CD image of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Alpha 2 on a Karmic installation with Ext4 and the .ISO image didn't get corrupted, I haven't gotten any large file corruption on Ext4, 3,...
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    Encrypt Ubuntu System Drive

    How is it possible to encrypt the Ubuntu system drive? Can you do it with GNUPG or something?
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    Re: Anyone have xbox 360?

    I have an XBox, but I don't have XBox Live. I only play among my family and friends.

    Also: I got the XBox before I knew how revolting Microsoft really is. However, there's no such thing as an open...
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    Re: MS Engineer asks user to use ubuntuforums

    Edited, and censored. Sorry for posting a rant.
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    Re: FOSS blogs: Existing?

    Excellent one.
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    Poll: Re: Ext4: How do you feel?

    There is one key difference between Ext3 and Ext4: 64-bit. That's why I prefer Ext4, because it is 64-bit optimized. Not to mention it has support for up to an exabyte of hard drive space (in the...
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    [QUOTE="The_User_Above_You"]

    Be sure to be civil, but you can post anything you want as long as you quote the user above you.
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    Re: netbook remix vs standard ubuntu?

    Actually, GNOME is already installed. You just need to switch to a "classic desktop".
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    [ubuntu] Re: Gnome Shell... fixed my video tearing???

    It's probably Clutter, the toolkit that GNOME Shell is based on, that is helping. GTK+ does a pretty bad job at video playback.
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    Poll: Ext4: How do you feel?

    How do you like Ext4 currently? Of course, it's the default in Ubuntu 9.10 and 10.04 LTS Alpha. Do you guys think it's a very good file system, and how much of a performance increase are you guys...
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    Re: Is Google's Chrome OS Good for Linux?

    http://www.pcworld.com/businesscenter/article/182289/the_future_of_linux_is_google.html
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