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    [SOLVED] Re: elementary OS slow hangups

    I think it was the drive. The 500 is running more smoothly, its fast, I don't hear it processing data, and I'm running Ubuntu on it, cause why not?
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    [SOLVED] Re: elementary OS slow hangups

    It does, it says the disk is OK.

    I'm hoping next year to buy a System76 laptop for all my computing needs and keep my Dell as my developer/gaming rig. =)
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    [SOLVED] Re: elementary OS slow hangups

    Thank you, I thought I posted it in the wrong area (its been a long time). I appreciate you moving it. Thank you! =)
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    [SOLVED] elementary OS slow hangups

    Hello All,

    Long time no post. I just have a couple of questions regarding the different environments:

    I installed elementary OS (based on 16.04) onto a 160GB HDD. Its an old HDD one from...
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    Re: Thermal paste required or not?

    From an A+ standpoint, mcduck is absolutely correct.

    The thermal paste helps bridge that heat dispersion to the heat-sink. It does so by removing air gaps that may exist between the heat-sink and...
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    Re: Ubuntu on Windows 10

    I wanted to voice my thoughts on this move... surprisingly, I'm glad Canonical and Microsoft are working together on this. The thing is, the more cross-platform we can integrate environments without...
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    Android Fragmentation and other items.

    Hello Everyone,

    I haven't been on the forums for almost 6 months! It's been a while. I wanted to inquire with fellow users and see how you guys feel about Androids fragmentation?

    How about the...
  8. Re: Small application project for beginners, anyone?

    If you're wanting to gear more towards Ubuntu Touch, you should learn QML, Qt, and/or C++. If you want to dabble around with learning languages and constructing programs, it depends on the language...
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    Re: Nexus 4 better?

    That was my concern is with the BQ it doesn't support the bands required for HSPA+ 4G. However, the Nexus 4 can utilize those bands. Meizu isn't available to be shipped to the US, so I figure my best...
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    Nexus 4 better?

    I'm planning on getting a phone for Ubuntu. Right now I'm using my nexus 7 dual booting. I'm wondering if I should pay the $200+ for the B Aquarius 4.5 or get a used nexus 4 unlocked. I utilize...
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    MVC, MVVM, MVVMC - Questions

    Hello All,

    I do C# development and I have a few questions about how you guys feel you should split Models, View Models, Controllers, and Handlers.

    Currently, I'm working on an application using...
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    Re: BQ goes global with Ubuntu phones

    I'm waiting for them to show here in the US as well. Its a phone I would love to have, but unfortunately, don't want to get the BQ. I'm looking more towards the Meizu, but they're not here yet.
  13. [kubuntu] Re: Please Help I Have tried to fix this myself for months!!

    Why not compile the drivers from here: http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PFid=48&Level=5&Conn=4&ProdID=229&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false&Downloads=true

    Otherwise you...
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    Re: Is this possible?

    Here's the stickler, you can't use arrays, you can only read 1 line from 1 file at a time. Maybe the person is wanting me to utilize an external command. I'm not sure.
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    Is this possible?

    Lets say I have two files - text files with names of fruits and vegetables - like so:

    Apple
    Banana
    Carrot
    Orange
    ...

    so lets say the first file has 100 items, the second file has 50....
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    Re: Interview Tomorrow

    It was an interesting interview to say the least. They had different expectations, but I showed them I understand the concepts. That, I feel, impressed them. Where its for a promotion within the...
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    Interview Tomorrow

    So I have an interview to be an Entry-Level Software Developer Intern. I'm really kind of nervous and don't know what to expect. Has anyone been through this process before?
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    [ubuntu] Unity8 Installation error

    It always gives this error, I tried the proposed packages, but those weren't any help either. When running click it gives that error as well. I'm not sure what else to try - all updates and all...
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    Sticky: Re: Welcome to the Forums - Introduce yourself here

    Welcome everyone who's new. We're glad to have you! Welcome to what i feel is one of the best Linux communities out there =D
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    Re: Anyone going to skip Utopic?

    New features - Kubuntu and Xubuntu don't really list anything new. Well ok... Kubuntu has a plasma 5 image; Xubuntu removed XChat and added inxi. That's it? Ubuntu I knew wasn't going to make...
  21. Re: Upgrade from 12.04LTS to 14.04LTS broke wireless

    1) How many devices connect to your wireless router? Why I ask is because we have: 4 laptops, 3 tablets, 4 phones, 1 tv, 2 consoles, and.... I think that's it. Now I notice sometimes when I'm using a...
  22. Critical Failure - Where I've been...

    Hi everybody! Hi slooksterpsv.

    Anyways jokes aside, none of you have probably noticed I haven't been on the forums lately. GO ME! =D Well, my hard drive ended up suffering from a partition...
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    Re: Where's the Old Crew?

    Not sure who the "Old Crew" is, but I'm still here. I've been gone for a while because of catastrophic partition alignment issues causing me to lose 90%+ of my data. =(
  24. Re: Javascript/Python - Find in string iteration help needed

    You know that's too funny that you mention that, but when I developed the code, I tested it, and certain examples would hit every one of those conditional loops for specific titles. So I just...
  25. Re: Javascript/Python - Find in string iteration help needed

    Again, it's a Javascript implementation I was after.

    And I found a bug in it. In the second if statement, I don't compare the title's themselves and just use the lengths which is troublesome if...
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