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    Re: Open wifi free-for-all?

    I am not sure I can agree that we should use other peoples' bandwidth out of their ignorance from a moral standpoint, but I do not have sympathy for people that do have their bandwidth used by...
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    Poll: Re: I'm wondering about MS Win 7

    As long as they all run Windows 7. If they don't, you'll need to mess around a bit.
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    Re: 10.10.10 Waiting for Release Thread

    zsync FTW :)
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    Re: 10.10.10 Waiting for Release Thread

    Naturally because either:

    1) Not enough people are uploading. Not many people will have the whole ISO yet, so there are probably few seeds. Those that are seeding are probably maxing out their...
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    Re: Ubuntu vs Windows 7

    AV is a flawed design from the outset. Using it as your only protection against attack, rather than designing and configuring a system to be hard to penetrate, is asking for trouble. Antivirus...
  6. Re: One (big) reason Ubuntu's release cycle is flawed

    I believe Linux Mint uses a hybrid philosophy, only tained by the fact that the applications are updated only when they are for the corresponding Ubuntu release. Mint's own update manager avoids...
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    Poll: Re: future of ubuntu

    You expect that someone will fork Ubuntu over a hidden menu entry? What will it be, Software Sources Linux? The option has not been removed, it has been hidden. In approximately 8 seconds and 4 or 5...
  8. Re: Will we see LibreOffice in Ubuntu in the future?

    That would mean Oracle would have two commercial products using the same code base. It's more likely that OOo would go the way of OpenSolaris and leave Oracle to develop Oracle Open Office (formerly...
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    Re: Linux Mint "Debian" Edition

    Well at least you're now qualifying which extremely broad group of users you're expecting the OS to be "friendly" to. Personally I believe that the whole idea of "user-friendliness" is a massively...
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    Re: Linux Mint "Debian" Edition

    I should have mentioned that my .fonts.conf is tweaked for use with ttf-mscorefonts-installer, not the default fonts. As much as I'd prefer not using those fonts, most sites use them and most look...
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    Re: Linux Mint "Debian" Edition

    Debian doesn't have autohinting enabled by default (I think Ubuntu does), among other things, so the fonts won't look the same. I've spent a few hours playing with my ~/.fonts.conf and I'm pretty...
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    Re: Australian Internet Filtering Position

    Funny how just a week or two ago they made a Declaration of Open Government: http://agimo.govspace.gov.au/2010/07/16/declaration-of-open-government/



    Why wouldn't the average Australian want...
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    Re: HTML 3D example

    That's what they're doing. Each image is labelled Seq_v04_640x378_XX.jpg
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    [SOLVED] Re: what are those juck characters?

    Translating the hex dump to ascii would not give you the source code. The hex is a base-16 representation of the binary, and converting it to ascii (although not standard 7-bit ascii) may give you...
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    Re: "Window Indicators" - Mark Shuttleworth

    I don't understand how you can be on a "less is more" kick while simply adding more.
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