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    Re: No bootable disk

    What method did you use to burn the Ubuntu ISO onto the USB drive?

    Did you use DD or UNetbootin? If you used DD, I would try the process again after formatting the USB and deleting all of its...
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    Re: low spec games

    I just picked up Ultimate General: Gettysburg on the Humble Bundle. It's pay what you want and provides you with a Steam Key if you pay over $1.

    Your 8400GS you should be to run low-spec 3D as...
  3. Thread: Raspberry Pi

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    Re: Raspberry Pi

    Some brick and mortar stores sell them as well. I got my Raspberry Pi from Radio Shack. Came with a case, breadboard, and a few other items for around $40 USD.
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    Re: Php study group

    Great idea.

    Would love to join, but my spare time is a little slim.

    Usually when I start learning a new programming language, and become relatively comfortable, I work on creating a...
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    Re: USENET Newsgroups

    Thanks for the info. $4.99 seems fair to me, as the current plan I'm signed up for starts at $9.99/month. I'll have to check Giganews out.



    I've tried Google Groups a few times and it is great...
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    Re: It's good to be back! (usung Ubuntu)

    Welcome back.

    I am sure you won't be disappointed with Ubuntu. My favorite part about the whole distro is the community behind it; I have never met a friendlier community for a Linux distro.

    ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 14.04 as native OS on MacBook pro.

    Yes, it is possible. Though, I always leave a small partition with OSX installed in case of firmware updates from Apple. I have seen videos of people on YouTube booting from externals as you...
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    USENET Newsgroups

    Hi everyone,

    A little late to the party, but I have recently discovered and been enjoying the text-only newsgroups on USENET. I signed up for a free trial with one of the major providers, but the...
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    Re: Ban The User Above You.

    Banned for already being banned. :)
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    Re: Virtual Box won't install

    As mentioned above, run the following command to see if you already have the repository to install VirtualBox:


    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install virtualbox


    Sources can be located at:
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    Re: Why no Ubuntu in the US?

    Once upon a time Dell did offer netbooks in the U.S. that came factory installed with Ubuntu. I have one of the old Dell 10-inch ones. This was several years ago. Recently, the only Dell laptop I...
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    Re: Good Game Creator?

    This site is usually a good place to start:

    http://devmaster.net/devdb/engines

    Last I heard, Unity was not focusing on bringing their editor to Linux. I hope they change their mind. While many...
  13. [ubuntu] Re: Dell Inspiron 7000 Synaptics Clickpad Being Recognized as a Touchpad

    I've been playing with this some more on a live CD of 13.10 and after running:


    xinput list-props "SynPS/2 Synaptics TouchPad" | grep Capabilities


    I get the following output:


    1, 0, 0,...
  14. [ubuntu] Dell Inspiron 7000 Synaptics Clickpad Being Recognized as a Touchpad

    Hi everyone,

    I have a new Dell Inspiron 7000 that I'm looking to run Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit on full time.

    Everything works great except the clickpad (touchpad with no buttons).

    I've tried...
  15. Re: Will dawrf fortress work on Linux Ubuntu?

    Yes!

    It will run. It ran fine the last time I had it installed.

    You can download it here:
    http://www.bay12games.com/dwarves/
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    Re: Minecraft server set up

    It should be fairly simple to set up a vanilla Minecraft server. Make sure you have Java installed and download the JAR from their website. You usally have to play with the ports in your router as...
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    Re: How do I allocate more memory to Java?

    Check out the RSU Client:
    http://services.runescape.com/m=rswiki/en/Linux_Native_Clients

    It works great on 32-bit Ubuntu. There are some errors with 64-bit, though, which can lead to some lag...
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    Re: Player-Based MUD?

    Check out Castle Marrach:
    http://www.skotos.net/games/marrach/

    It is a pay-to-play MUD ($12.95/mo), but it does come with a 30 day free trial. It is RP-Enforced and more of like a MUSH than a...
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    Re: Light, Active FPS Engine

    id Tech 3?

    http://ioquake3.org/ is a place you could look.

    If you wanted, you could also compile the original engine from source from id's website.

    Also, if you want to compile ioquake3,...
  20. Re: How do I install PlaneShift-v0.5.9.1-x64.run?

    Type this in the terminal:


    chmod u+x PlaneShift-v0.5.9.1-x64.run
    ./PlaneShift-v0.5.9.1-x64.run


    You should then be prompted by instructions, within the terminal, that will guide you through...
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    Re: Assaultcube Reloaded Server

    The only documentation I could find was the documentaion for forwarding the ports on their wiki, like you said.

    I would suggest checking out their Official forum; I bet you could find help from...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 12.04 LTS no edit startup

    If you click the 'Dash Home' button on the top of the Unity sidebar (it is the Ubuntu symbol) and then type in 'Startup Applications,' you should be able to configure which programs launch at...
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    Re: 2012: the year of Linux gaming?

    I think the Source Engine will be a strong boost for gaming on Linux. Having Steam/Source Engine will be nice, but it is also important that developers start producing more games to sell on the Linux...
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    Re: Looking for 3D high quality games in Linux

    Bulletstorm is really fun. I kept playing it and playing it until I beat it.
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    Re: Looking for 3D high quality games in Linux

    Metro 2033
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