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  1. Re: [HOWTO] Encrypt whole Feisty installation without reinstalling

    BTW, there is another tutorial here: TrueCrypt Tutorial: Truly Portable Data Encryption -- it is a continuation of the tutorial for DM_Crypt explaining the steps to achieve home drive encryption with...
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    Re: Championship manager 2006?

    You also got BygFoot -- you may be not even aware of this fact :)

    Here is a review of BygFoot -- the free football manager for Linux, if you are interested in free alternative to Championship...
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    Re: Best free game for Ubuntu

    I agree, it is a decent game. Here is a review of BygFoot -- the free football manager for Linux, if any of you are interested.

    It may be not as sophisticated and flashy as commercial managers but...
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    Re: Any decent Football (soccer) games available?

    Here is a review of BygFoot -- the free football manager for Linux. It may be not as sophisticated and flashy as commercial managers but it's surely playable and worth trying.
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    Re: How to run Football Manager 2007?

    I know it's not what you were asking but: have you tried BygFoot -- the free football manager for Linux?
    It may be not as sophisticated and flashy but it's surely playable.
  6. Re: HOW TO resize and watermark lots of graphics files at once using Linux

    Here is a new howto about Imagemagick where more such tricks are presented: Enchanting Pictures with ImageMagick
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    Re: http://polishlinux.org/

    It's actually both :) It's kind of playing with words. The creators and editors (including myself) are mostly Polish (although we have an English corrector too) but the main meaning of "polish" in...
  8. Re: [HOWTO] Encrypt whole Feisty installation without reinstalling

    There is no problem with making /tmp a separate partition and encrypting it as well using the same tutorial. Or even encrypting most of your hard drive (or all of it), but I think it isn't very...
  9. Re: [HOWTO] Encrypt whole Feisty installation without reinstalling

    Here is another howto that has proven to work fine in many cases:

    http://polishlinux.org/howtos/encrypted-home-partition-in-linux/

    (encrypted home partition + auto-mounting it when logging in)
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    Re: Howto install Crystal Window Manager

    Not sure it that's solvable. I use ROX as a desktop and file manager in Crystal and it works just as good (and way faster than Nautilus). ROX has an option to take over the mouse clicks or leave the...
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    Re: Howto install Crystal Window Manager

    Not quite. The default looks is a bit different, that's right. But the only thing to do to make it look like on the screenshot is to change the used Recipe from the menu and restart Crystal (that...
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    Poll: Re: What is your Favorite Music Player?

    If you really want a Foobar clone for Linux, you should take a look at Mesk Audio Player. Here is a review of Mesk 0.2.1 with lots of screenshots.
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    Re: statically link libsdl?

    Nope, but I have a similar problem.
    Qemu and Warty. It compiles somehow, but without the kqemu module and w/o network support, which makes in rather useless.

    Anybody successful in compiling...
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    Re: What's your Favorite IDE?

    You shouldn't detest the fact that it is written in Java, but rather detest the fact that it is badly written.
    Try IntelliJ Idea, a commercial IDE, also written in Java. Takes 50-100MB of memory for...
  15. Thread: JAVA n00b

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    Re: JAVA n00b

    And if you get into even bigger ones, maven will be even better :)

    And about the IDE/not IDE question - I would strongly recommend Eclipse from the beginning. It just makes your life much much...
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