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    Re: Word association

    apartment
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    Re: Word association

    opcode
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    [xubuntu] Re: Zoom Communications Services

    snap uses an "environment"? i thought it was just a different way to organize where files were installed. is it a container?
  4. [xubuntu] Re: connecting for one to one or many communication

    if tinc can do shared key then i can see how that would work as long a both ends know the IP address of the other end. but if they don't, that's where my idea comes in.
  5. [xubuntu] Re: connecting for one to one or many communication

    i'm looking at cases where the firewall is controlled by someone else and there is hypothetically some way of limited reach to the internet.

    i'm aiming to connect two (or more) people together who...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Zoom Communications Services

    very few things break in future Linux or other distros. a program i wrote in a very old Slackware and last compiled in a more recent Slackware works fine in Xubuntu 18.04. it won't compile due to...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Zoom Communications Services

    can i get source in snap?
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    [xubuntu] Re: Zoom Communications Services

    i'm just thinking that their binary .deb could be put in a private repository so it can be upgraded by them when needed.

    also, since it is binary and proprietary, i'm thinking out how to run it in...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Zoom Communications Services

    is this something PPA would be good for?
  10. [xubuntu] connecting for one to one or many communication

    we need (or do we already have?) a standard open (libre) protocol for distant people who do not (immediately) know each other's IP address (and may be behind restrictive firewalls or routers) to...
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    [xubuntu] Zoom Communications Services

    has anyone here tried Zoom on Ubuntu, yet? does it work for you? which browser(s) or client(s) work?
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    [SOLVED] Re: enabling my camera driver

    it turns out that pressing Fn+F10 enables and disables the camera. so i must have disabled it this way years ago. the answer was a reply on the Linux Questions forum. apparently the state of the...
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    Re: Word association

    icosahedron
  14. [xubuntu] Re: what program does Ctrl+Alt+Shift+R run in Gnome be default?

    no problem. what's really frustrating are people that think they have known the topic for years and carry on a multi-post "conversation" insisting i can block the FTP and HTTP kernel drivers.
  15. [xubuntu] Re: what program does Ctrl+Alt+Shift+R run in Gnome be default?

    i think that what i need is a recorder that interfaces with the X server itself. i know some programs, such as one of the VNC tools, have a way to view the whole screen but i don't know how fast...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Firefox and TLS 1.0/1.1

    it starts up quite fast for me. i just started the icon for the Python Forum and Firefox window was there in about 1/4 second and the web site in about one second after that.
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    [xubuntu] Re: Firefox and TLS 1.0/1.1

    i only run software i can get buildable source code for.
  18. [xubuntu] Re: what program does Ctrl+Alt+Shift+R run in Gnome be default?

    reading the docs for SSR give me worry that it might not work for me. there is a library to install for running 32-bit applications on 64-bit systems. that suggests to me that it works by...
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    what program does Ctrl+Alt+Shift+R run in Gnome by default?

    Google tells me to press that key combination to start/stop recording my screen. it doesn't do anything. this could be because i'm...
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    Re: Word association

    done
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    Re: Sites that don't support Ubuntu browsers

    lazy??? are you saying that doing things right is harder to do? i suppose that is true if making things easier is by using software to do it for you and the developers of that software just don't...
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    Re: Sites that don't support Ubuntu browsers

    it could be because they fear we can record videos while playing them. is this something Ubuntu has over the other distros?
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    Re: Sites that don't support Ubuntu browsers

    but they're not keeping us away, just encouraging us to become hackers (BTDT).
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    [xubuntu] Firefox and TLS 1.0/1.1

    Firefox is changing to require at least TLS 1.2. this change was put in place with a button to enable TLS 1.0/1.1 if desired. they backed out this change for the current time due to the corona...
  25. Re: why i am looking for android ARM emulator

    what do i need to run the latest version of Android virtually on my x86-64 based laptop?
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