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    [all variants] Re: Yellow scanner output

    Damn, thats pretty yellow...

    Few questions....

    What software did you use to scan?
    Tried any other software?
    Sure no one changed the bulb to yellow? :D
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    [ubuntu] Re: SATA HDD with old BIOS

    Never heard of such a thing. From my knowledge your bios needs to support SATA before anything can recognize it.

    SATA to USB maybe?

    but no, i doubt it would work at all. A USB dongle thing...
  3. Re: Ubuntu should stop experiementing and focus on stability

    The only way to do that is to keep moving forwards. If you stand still and get stability you fall behind on hardware updates. Thous making it impossible for newer people to try out the OS because of...
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    Re: ubuntu 8 client of windows 2003

    Yes, you can use samba client to connect to the windows 2003 servers. but since your setup is virtual i'm not aware if thats the best method in what you want to achieve.

    Just search the forums or...
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    [kde] Re: setting pictures as wallpapers on KDE 4.0.4

    Right click the desktop.
    Select Configure Desktop.
    Click browse (It's a little icon at the right side of Picture: )
    Browse and select picture.
    Click Apply :)
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    [all variants] Re: Can I set screen icon area ?

    ah, looks just like AWN apart from the separator. I guess they all do the same task though (making it easier to run programs) never tried others really.

    And you are welcome fballem. I doubt you...
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    [all variants] Re: Can I set screen icon area ?

    I don't think you can. Never seen anyone do it before. Usually i drag my icons in certain places and they stay there until i move them again.

    fballem, His was probably done the same way I did...
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    [gnome] Re: Blinking Icon for Network Status ?

    I only know in gnome. You can right click on the top of the bar next to Applications, Places and System. Make sure it's the blank part and click on Add to panel. Select network monitor

    It should...
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