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    Re: My 6 years with Ubuntu

    Commodore's were great PCs! Though I mainly used mine for Skate or Die, Frogger, Pitfall ( ... I think? The one where you have to swing on vines over alligators, jump over boulders, etc, lol. Then...
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    Re: My 6 years with Ubuntu

    Aha, thanks! Yeah, I have no formal knowledge of how all this stuff works. Don't remember when I really started showing interest in computers but my uncle gave me a Commodore 128 when I was 8 or 10...
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    Re: My 6 years with Ubuntu

    Thanks for the replies!

    I figured it'd get mostly ignored due to its length, and that it's a pretty typical experience for a lot of people here. But it can be interesting sometimes to look back...
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    My 6 years with Ubuntu

    So my journey began around 2001, when Win98SE was about to crash itself on my computer. Again. I looked around a bit and came across Red Hat 7. After a little reading, I decided to give it a go...
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    Re: What is so difficult about a weather app?

    Another vote here for ForecastFox. I started using it just because it was the only one I found that gave a radar without having to goto a website, but like you said, if you've got a browser open all...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Nvidia Driver 319.60 working in ubunt 13.10?

    I do not, sorry =o(

    Might want to try asking in the Gaming and Leisure section or in the Steam forums with some more details if you can't figure it out.
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    [lubuntu] Re: Nvidia Driver 319.60 working in ubunt 13.10?

    https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-x-swat/+archive/x-updates

    319.60 is available by using nvidia-319-updates from the X-swat raring repo. They're not packaged for Saucy yet, but I've had them...
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    Re: Installing Teamviewer on Ubuntu 13.10

    I ran into this as well. The details are a bit over my head, but 13.10 has multiarch support and no longer includes the 32-bit libraries in the repos. Try using the 32-bit/Multiarch version of...
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    Re: How to install VLC on Ubuntu?

    Does the feed still work with 2.0.6?

    Videolan maintains a PPA (software source) for Ubuntu 12.04+, their daily stable build is currently 2.1.0. You can add it to your sources and update VLC with...
  10. [SOLVED] Re: How to use openssh to content MyPlex from my computer to my tv

    Plex streams content via DLNA's UPnP protocol. ssh is Secure SHell, typically used to connect to another machine to perform terminal commands, such as administering a headless server. For Plex, ssh...
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    Re: Dash and HUD regressions?

    I've been wondering about the HUD bit as well, since I decided to check out Saucy last week. My primary (only, really) use for it was accessing items on the tray. I'm really hoping it wasn't a...
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    Re: Best download manager for ubuntu

    Resume on Firefox doesn't always act right with a slow/unstable connection, so unfortunately, yes =o(

    For anything that will take a couple hours (700MB or more) but doesn't have a torrent, I use...
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    Re: Rochard- (game)-installation questions

    Not really sure here ... is the Rochard file set as executable? As in, not does it have an application/x-executable file type, but does it have execute permissions? It seems like it's trying to...
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    Re: Rochard- (game)-installation questions

    Just extract the folder in the archive to your home directory, and double-click the 'Rochard.app' file (may have to set it as executable, I don't remember). I got it from a Humble Bundle as well,...
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    Poll: Re: What keyboard do you use for programming?

    Just the stock keyboard that came with my Dell. For a cheap, rubber-dome keyboard it's actually pretty decent, but after 5 years of heavy use it's lost some action and response.
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  16. Re: internet radio with or without scrobbling - what to listen to?

    I've become quite fond of Pithos lately.
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    Re: We need a Project to rival Creative Suite

    Just to add to the list:

    darktable - Lightroom
  18. Re: Now that the Unity hate has cooled down, how do you feel about the WM?

    I suppose I'm one of the few that's liked Unity from the beginning, even in Natty. The one thing I didn't like about it when it was first introduced was the global menu ... but since they added the...
  19. Thread: Mineral Oil PC

    by GWBouge
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    Re: Mineral Oil PC

    I've been eyeing this one for a while now: http://www.pugetsystems.com/submerged.php

    You could certainly do it yourself for less than the $600 they're asking for their DIY kit, but there's some...
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    Re: Winter boredom brings on a project

    One thing I'm surprised I don't see on the list is a new exhaust system to help that supercharger breathe. It's not exactly a necessity, stock may suffice, but I'd imagine another 5-10% power gain...
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    [ubuntu] Re: creating a short-cut to run an app

    You can create an alias in your ~/.bashrc or ~/.bash_aliases file. Just open it up in gedit or whatever you prefer, scroll down a bit and you should see some aliases already set up. Just add one in...
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    [SOLVED] Re: What? where did this file go?

    If you're moving to a directory that already exists, you don't need to specify a filename, but you can if you want. If the destination you specify doesn't exist, mv assumes you want to rename the...
  23. Thread: Moving Stuff?

    by GWBouge
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    [ubuntu] Re: Moving Stuff?

    Firefox and FileZilla save their stuff in hidden directories in your home folder. So, check out ~/.mozilla and ~/.filezilla

    I'm not sure about Chrome or Opera, but if you don't see something like...
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    Re: Whats your first linux distro?

    Red Hat 7, briefly. Very briefly. I think my Win98SE dumped and I was looking for something different, but it was only a couple hours before I wanted to get back to games.

    In '07 I was looking...
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    Re: Wallpaper Sites

    I play in Blender a bit, so sometimes I'll have one of my own works on the desktop, but usually it's something from here: http://www.digitalblasphemy.com/
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